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Abstract

Silo field, Wyoming, was the original site of research by the Reservoir Characterization Project<br>(RCP) at Colorado School of Mines into the application of multicomponent 3-D seismic surveys to<br>characterize the fractured chalk reservoir. These surveys, the first of their kind, resulted in the<br>accurate prediction of the dominant open fracture direction and the location of enhanced fracture<br>permeability zones in the reservoir. Results of the multicomponent 3-D seismic program at Silo field<br>led to horizontal drilling in the field which has confirmed the seismic characterization (Figure 1).

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