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Abstract

The Luna - Hera Lacinia - 3D survey (Offhore Calabria, Southern Italy) covers an area of about 180 square Kms and represents an excellent example of the integration of deep, shallow marine and land 3D acquisition techniques . The survey has been acquired as a "full 3D" on an area characterised by a complex marine and land morfology with serious land operating constraints and complex subsurface structures at a commercially acceptable cost. The target of the survey was to define the structural setting of the miocene reservoirs of Luna and Hera Lacinia gas-fields in order to optimize their development stage. Considering the difficulties, the survey initially required an adequate planning of the various stages of operation and following this a numerical simulation to evaluate its effectiveness .

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1992-06-01
2020-06-05
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