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Abstract

Analogue data for subsurface modelling of deep-water clastic reservoirs are often not collected or transferred in a suitable format. Though published data and many ongoing research projects provide information which could be used in subsurface prediction, different companies with similar prospects are producing diametrically opposed reservoir models from the same information. The principal reasons for this appear to be: (i) scale and type of data collected from the analogue, and how this is transferred to the reservoir modelling system (data format); (ii) reliance on end-member geologic models to reconstruct the subsurface (model forcing); and (iii) the analogue specialist's preoccupation with the 'uniqueness' of their analogue system (lack of generic focus).

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1998-10-03
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