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The possibilities of well logging data methods for studying fracturing

E.P. Simonenko, S.S. Dolgirev, YU.V. Kirichenko

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DOI https://doi.org/10.18599/grs.2018.3.267-273

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This article covers the main methods of geophysical well studies aimed at studying fractured zones. Examples of the results of a quantitative evaluation of fracture parameters and examples of their use when working with seismic data and constructing hydrodynamic models are given. The emphasis is made on the need for a cross-cutting technology to study the type of pore space from seismic data, geological and technological studies, core, geophysical studies of wells, field geophysical studies, hydrodynamic studies.

 

ractures, reservoir, well logging, field geophysical studies, permeability, watering

 

 

 

Elena P. Simonenko
Pomor-GERS LLC
Radishchev ave., 40, Tver, 170100, Russian Federation
 
Sergey S. Dolgirev
Pomor-GERS LLC
Radishchev ave., 40, Tver, 170100, Russian Federation
 
Julia V. Kirichenko
Pomor-GERS LLC
Radishchev ave., 40, Tver, 170100, Russian Federation
 

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Simonenko E.P., Dolgirev S.S., Kirichenko YU.V. (2018). The possibilities of well logging data methods for studying fracturing. Georesursy = Georesources, 20(3), Part 2, pp. 267-273. DOI: https://doi.org/10.18599/grs.2018.3.267-273