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Abstract

Summary

A geological well testing model containing fractures and matrix was built to match an observed complex well test response in a reservoir that was known to be fractured. The resulting match of a well intersecting minor fractures near a major fracture was considered a good match in consideration of alternative geological scenarios. This match leads to a better understanding of the key reservoir features to reliably support development decisions

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2018-02-05
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