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Summary

In this paper, methods for the complex interpretation of seismic data on the basis of attribute and seismic facies analyzes are considered that have shown their effectiveness in predicting the localization of zones with improved reservoir properties in fractured Paleozoic sediments

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2018-04-09
2020-09-27
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