McKay Oil Sands 2D Seismic

Published March 2012 in Recorder
Laurie Weston Bellman
Amanda Knowles
Rozalia Pak
Saturday, March 3, 2012
This paper describes the results of the customized workflow that examines if facies variations and fluid types can be distinguished using seismic data. It also examines if inversion can help resolve variations in seismic response at different wells as well as the possibility of distinguishing the nature of the rocks that directly overlie the Devonian carbonates at the base of the reservoir zone.

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