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Abstract

Summary

The PRM operation at Snorre, by autumn 2015, had acquired four seismic surveys. It will be demonstrated, though examples, that through PRM it is possible to monitor production effects, with only some months interval between surveys, and that it is further possible to differentiate between a water and gas during a WAG cycle. Additionally it will be shown that the fast turnaround of data allows for speedy feedback on newly completed well operations. The requirements for frequent acquisition and faster turnaround have been achieved by PRM.

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2016-05-31
2020-04-02
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