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Abstract

Summary

The Nam Con Son (NCS) basin is the second ranked in term of HC reserve in Vietnam after the Cuu Long basin. To find out more clastic reservoir zone, in particular the thin gas sands, is a need as the oil production from the main contributor of fractured granite basement is more and more reduced. In this study, integration of stochastic inversion and rock physic cross-plotting results could enable to highlight a thin gas sand in seismic section in Upper Miocene, which might be easily missing in a normal seismic interpretation. It is recommended such an integrated method can be tested and applied more in exploration practice in the NCS basin, Vietnam.

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2018-12-03
2020-04-05
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