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Abstract

The paper shows results of joint interpretation of electromagnetic (TEM) and seismic (CDP) surveys in the study of the Kovykta gas condensate field. The most prospective reservoir at the investigated area is parfenovsky horizon. TEM curves inversion was performed while the depth of the reservoir and its thickness constrained from results of drilling and seismic survey. Defined geoelectric characteristics of horizon reflect the change of reservoir rock properties and type of fluid. Integration of geoelectric and dynamic parameters of the reservoir horizon can significantly improve the accuracy and reliability of prediction of hydrocarbons

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2012-08-13
2021-12-09
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