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Well log analysis to assist the interpretation of 3-D seismic data at Milne Point, north slope of Alaska
Original publisher: Reston, Va. : U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, 2005. OCLC Number: (OCoLC)247969112 Subject: Geophysical well logging -- Alaska. Excerpt: ... 0 Well Log Analysis to Assist the Interpretation of 3-D Seismic Data at Milne Point, North Slope of Alaska responses are of good quality. Figure 10 indicates that cleaner...
Original publisher: Reston, Va. : U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, 2005. OCLC Number: (OCoLC)247969112 Subject: Geophysical well logging -- Alaska. Excerpt: ... 0 Well Log Analysis to Assist the Interpretation of 3-D Seismic Data at Milne Point, North Slope of Alaska responses are of good quality. Figure 10 indicates that cleaner sediments are associated with low P-wave velocity and high density porosity. On the other hand, shaly sands are associ-ated with higher P-wave velocity and lower density porosity. By averaging the log values with porosities between 0.29 and 0.31 and between 0.39 and 0.41, typical reservoir properties for gas-hydrate-bearing sediments are derived and shown in figure 11A. In the modeling, it is assumed that gas hydrate concentrates more in the cleaner sand with the porosity of 0.4 and that the encasing shaly sands with porosity of 0.3 contain no gas hydrate or very low gas-hydrate saturations. Well logs in gas-hydrate-bearing sediments at the Northwest Eileen State 2 well support this model assumption. A Figure 0. P-wave velocity, density porosity, and clay volume con-tent at the CO MPU D-1 well within gas-hydrate stability zone. Mo ~ eling Telocity B In order to predict the velocity of gas-hydrate-bearing sediments for a given gas-hydrate saturation, the properties of sediments that do not contain gas hydrate are required, and Figure µ. A, Gas-hydrate and gas saturations estimated from the resistivity log at the CO MPU D-1 well. ', Predicted P-and S-wave the pertinent parameters for the BGTL should be derived from velocities under the assumption of gas hydrate in the pore space the elastic properties of sediments without gas hydrate. Figure ( solid line ) and under the assumption of free gas ( dotted line ). 11B shows the measured P-wave velocity, shown in figure 10, with respect to porosity and shows two modeled P-wave velocities calculated from the BGTL with m = 1 and p = 8 megapascals ( MPa ). As shown in figure...
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