Characterizing Marcellus Fracturing Using P-wave Azimuthal Velocity Attributes
This presentation from the 2014 SEG Conference and Exhibition, discusses in both theory and application the use of P-wave azimuthal velocity attributes for unconventional reservoir characterization workflows. It uses an Eastern United States case history from the Marcellus basin to illustrate the relationship potential between geoscience attributes like anisotropy and engineering information such as production data.
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