Application of fine interpretation technique of 3D seismic structure in Shen 150 block

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Three-dimensional seismic structure, microstructure, horizon calibration


The basic task of the development of seismic fine tectonic interpretation is the interaction analysis of threedimensional seismic data interpretation and real drill results, timely guide the well position adjustment and improve the success rate of drilling the reservoir. Aiming at the requirements of the development of the seismic geology task in the north Shen 150 area of the Rongshengbao sag, the technical combination suitable for the characteristics of this area has been worked out, and good geological effect has been achieved. First, the seismic data were evaluated. Second, the fine calibration was carried out. Third, the microstructure was studied. Finally, the concrete application of Shen 150 was studied. The results of 3D seismic fine structure interpretation is more truly reflect the shen 150 block of the underground structure in the study area of fault and the shape of the distribution situation, in order to improve the high steep complicated structure area drilling success ratio provides the reliable data.


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He, C., Song, K., Dong, C., & Wang, J. (2021). Application of fine interpretation technique of 3D seismic structure in Shen 150 block. Journal of Mines, Metals and Fuels, 66(2), 75–78.
Received 2021-07-23
Accepted 2021-07-23
Published 2021-07-23



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