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  • ...eing blown out of the hole by the shot and endangering personnel by making contact with high-voltage power lines. <b>2</b>. A device to catch a Dinoseis gas g
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  • {{#category_index:H|hydrocarbon/water contact}} ...W) or gas-water (G/W) contact. The local pressure gradient changes at this contact because the fluid density changes.
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  • ....ac.uk/home.html British Geological Survey], one needs logon ID and should contact BGS directly.
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  • contact at that time between these two seminal figures in
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  • ...nd restriction of source areas. In a few areas, uplifted fault blocks make contact with sandstone along the Amarillo Uplift, which may have obstructed updip h
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  • ...nes. The Kockatea Shale also acts as a lateral seal where this layer is in contact with the reservoir. As stated before, the low permeability characteristic o
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  • ...tion measurements in mated rock fractures: Shear mechanics due to asperity contact area changes with normal stress", [[Seth Saltiel]], [[Paul Selvadurai]], [[
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  • ...ef.org/iPage?doi=10.1190%2F1.1825941 ''Jotun 4D: Characterization of fluid contact movement from time-lapse seismic and production logging tool data,''] [[Wen
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  • Many young professionals who have come into contact
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  • His correct understanding of industry problems and close contact with newly formed Russian oil companies, his high sense of responsibility,
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  • ...y, Bardeen and Brattain, the Nobel-laureate inventors of the initial point-contact transistor, with the single-crystal germanium material used in their experi ...when the need for someone to run that lab arose, McDermott suggested they contact that fellow, Jonsson, who had been so helpful.
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  • experienced the decisive contact with geophysics. After setting up
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  • ...ve, the eminent Caltech seismologist [[wp:Beno_Gutenberg|Beno Gutenberg]]. Contact with Gutenberg inspired Moe to go into seismology as applied to the then yo
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  • contact for NASA’s Apollo Program on the British side. I
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  • companies then discouraged contact between these groups.
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  • ...es - many of which are now becoming realities, including extreme reservoir contact wells, gigacell simulation, autonomous fields, Smart Water, and reservoir n
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  • come in contact with Kay unanimously come away with the
    8 KB (1,252 words) - 16:02, 18 April 2017
  • ...SEI in 1984 and starting up Geophysical Pursuit Inc. (GPI), I had minimal contact with Dick other than SEG or AAPG conventions and the like, but I always enj
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  • little professional contact when we were both with CRC.
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  • know about the person depicted, please contact us. You may edit the page yourself if you are an SEG member.
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  • ...c method. Using the converted S-waves, we are able to detect the oil-water contact, and the top or base of the reservoir unit that we sometimes could not deli
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  • ==Contact==
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  • # Mapping oil-water contact. ...'P''-wave velocity curve. While the position and geometry of the oil-water contact are important in terms of the production history of the field, this is not
    12 KB (1,895 words) - 09:44, 7 October 2014
  • ...lly taken, where the effective moduli is determined by considering how the contact forces on grains change the overall moduli. Such methods are used for high
    39 KB (5,997 words) - 14:03, 11 September 2020
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  • ...wax found in the heads of sperm whales which crystallizes when it comes in contact with air. Like sperm oil, it burns clear, bright, and with no odor, but be ...y substance sometimes found in the whales’ intestines. It hardened upon contact with the air and, in the realm of ocean products, its value was only exceed
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  • ...eing blown out of the hole by the shot and endangering personnel by making contact with high-voltage power lines. <b>2</b>. A device to catch a Dinoseis gas g
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  • ...ons, multiples etc or non-sedimentary reflections like fault planes, fluid contact etc. These non-geological elements need to be recognised before any seismic ...ic: It is important for gross lithologies, porosity distribution and fluid contact.
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  • {{#category_index:H|hydrocarbon/water contact}} ...W) or gas-water (G/W) contact. The local pressure gradient changes at this contact because the fluid density changes.
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  • *Interpreted [[Dictionary:horizon|horizons]] such as oil-water [[Dictionary:contact|contacts]] for 2001, 2003, and 2004 and [[Dictionary:fault|faults]].
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  • == Contact ==
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  • ...t a hydrocarbon contact seismic response where it is apparently flat. Such contact may be between gas and oil, oil and water, or gas and water. The hydrocarbo
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  • ...'''Flat spots''']], which represent reflections from the hydrocarbon-water contact, are also a DHI closely related to bright spots. <ref name=":1">Guo, Q., Is
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  • ...at dims with offset. There is a negative [[reflection coefficient]] at the contact between an organic-poor shale above an organic-rich source rock which dims
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  • ...reflector produce a flat spot that is not associated with a current fluid contact. ...al reflection that cuts across other events, which we interpret as a fluid-contact flat spot, produces a simple positive reflection; we often examine it to le
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  • ...-side shifted successively as would be the case for a horizontal gas-water contact. This illustrates a bright-spot–flat-spot situation. Take the reflection
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  • === Solution gas-oil ratio (GOR) === ...lorization at lower pressures. Gas condensate reservoirs exhibit producing gas-oil ratios from 2500 to 50,000 SCF/STB (400 to 10 STB/MMSCF). Gas cycling proje
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  • ...the mechanical energy into heat. Waves can also be attenuated by coming in contact with fracture or bedding planes and are internally reflected <ref name="Cra
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  • ...ring. Typical wells are stimulated by 30-60 clusters to maximize reservoir contact. The implication of small well spacing is apparent in the production data:
    19 KB (2,815 words) - 00:38, 26 November 2019
  • ...led in Upper Neocomian reservoir, associated with migration through direct contact or unconformities and/or with normal faults. C: oil pooled in Albian carbon
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  • ...ter circuits. 3 Damping resistors can be mounted inside block on removable contact strip if desired. 4 Standard Models for 25 trace accommodation but other de
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  • ...y and Geophysics. Our main objective is to be a channel of information and contact for the students at college level and the industry experts. UPES SEG STUDEN
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  • ...n/pdescovi/ Patricia Descovi] (PhD Student at Reservoir Characterization), Contact: [mailto:[email protected] [email protected]] ...n.com/in/isadantas/ Isabela Albuquerque] (Master Student in Petrophysics), Contact: [mailto:[email protected] [email protected]]
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  • ...tallic materials, such as tanks, pipelines, and other objects that come in contact with soil. <ref name=":1" />
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  • ...formations of intervals between unconformities and a normal stratigraphic contact or formation boundary, may be mapped in this manner.
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  • ...Poolowanna Trough and the Cooper region. <ref name=":1">corporateName=MER; contact=8226 3821; address=Level 4, 11 W. S. (2015, December 1). ''Metadata.custom'
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  • ..._fig3.png|thumb|{{figure number|3.}} The Widess diagram for the gas-liquid contact in a reservoir. After Anstey (1980)<ref name=ch09r2>Anstey, N. A., 1980, Se
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  • ...}}_{2}={2.1\;}{\rm km/s}</math>. The reflection coefficient of the gas-oil contact then would be
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  • ..._fig3.png|thumb|{{figure number|3.}} The Widess diagram for the gas-liquid contact in a reservoir. After Anstey (1980)<ref name=ch09r2>Anstey, N. A., 1980, Se
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  • ..._fig3.png|thumb|{{figure number|3.}} The Widess diagram for the gas-liquid contact in a reservoir. After Anstey (1980)<ref name=ch09r2>Anstey, N. A., 1980, Se
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  • ...}}_{2}={2.1\;}{\rm km/s}</math>. The reflection coefficient of the gas-oil contact then would be
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  • ...}}_{2}={2.1\;}{\rm km/s}</math>. The reflection coefficient of the gas-oil contact then would be
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  • ...Using an oil-based mud would be most ideal as salt would not dissolve with contact. However, oil-based muds are typically not allowed in offshore drilling are
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