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Abstract

Reservoir monitoring and surveillance are very important in reservoir management. Deep-reading electric and electromagnetic measurements that now receive most attention use a cross-borehole configuration and induction coil transmitters and receivers located in a borehole. The objective is to find out the conductivity of layers between boreholes and measure conductivity changes caused by oil-water replacement during production. Obviously, the presence of a steel casing makes the measurements less sensitive because of a sizable attenuation of the signal in a metal pipe.

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1995-05-29
2021-06-21
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