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The parameter values for each layer are inverted to optimise in depth away from direct well control.
Based on a large quantity of laboratory ultrasonic measurement data of sedimentary rocks and using Monte Carlo simulation and Backus averaging, the layering effects on seismic anisotropy are analyzed. The layering effects are studied for different types of rocks under different saturation conditions. If the sedimentary strata consist of only isotropic sedimentary layers and are brine saturated, the δ value for the effective transversely isotropic (TI) medium is usually negative. However, the δ value will increase for gas bearing strata. Based on simulation results,
Presentation Date: Wednesday, October 19, 2016
Start Time: 8:50:00 AM
Location: Lobby D/C
Presentation Type: POSTER