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Apr.  2014
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Huanqing Chen, Yongle Hu, Jiuqiang Jin, Qiquan Ran, Lin Yan. Fine Stratigraphic Division of Volcanic Reservoir by Uniting of Well Data and Seismic Data. Journal of Earth Science, 2014, 25(2): 337-347. doi: 10.1007/s12583-014-0424-8
Citation: Huanqing Chen, Yongle Hu, Jiuqiang Jin, Qiquan Ran, Lin Yan. Fine Stratigraphic Division of Volcanic Reservoir by Uniting of Well Data and Seismic Data. Journal of Earth Science, 2014, 25(2): 337-347. doi: 10.1007/s12583-014-0424-8

Fine Stratigraphic Division of Volcanic Reservoir by Uniting of Well Data and Seismic Data

doi: 10.1007/s12583-014-0424-8
  • Received Date: 2016-03-25
  • Rev Recd Date: 2016-03-25
  • Publish Date: 2016-03-25
  • Taking member one of Yingcheng Formation of Cretaceous in Xudong area, Xushen Gas Field of Songliao Basin for an example and aimed at the diachronous problem generally existed in volcanic reservoir division, firstly advanced the method of two steps and two unites in the researches of volcanic reservoir finely division that guided by the method that sources controlled and founded the stratigraphic trellis. In this process, volcanic edifices and bodies were identified and traced. The results indicated that aimed strata in study areas could be carved up to six layers of YC1I1, YC1I2, YC1I-II, YC1II1, YC1II2 and YC1III from the top to the bottom. Analyzing causes and firmly united of well data and seismic data could achieve fine stratigraphic division of volcanic reservoir. Surfaces of layers and volcanic bodies were basically unanimous in side direction. Stratum inclination gradually reduced with the distances increased from craters. The results of volcanic reservoir division had preferable consistency with lithologies and volcanic lithofacies and dynamic development data. The researches offered a useful method to stratigraphic division of volcanic reservoir and it had very important significance to effective development of volcanic reservoir in practice.
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Fine Stratigraphic Division of Volcanic Reservoir by Uniting of Well Data and Seismic Data

doi: 10.1007/s12583-014-0424-8

Abstract: Taking member one of Yingcheng Formation of Cretaceous in Xudong area, Xushen Gas Field of Songliao Basin for an example and aimed at the diachronous problem generally existed in volcanic reservoir division, firstly advanced the method of two steps and two unites in the researches of volcanic reservoir finely division that guided by the method that sources controlled and founded the stratigraphic trellis. In this process, volcanic edifices and bodies were identified and traced. The results indicated that aimed strata in study areas could be carved up to six layers of YC1I1, YC1I2, YC1I-II, YC1II1, YC1II2 and YC1III from the top to the bottom. Analyzing causes and firmly united of well data and seismic data could achieve fine stratigraphic division of volcanic reservoir. Surfaces of layers and volcanic bodies were basically unanimous in side direction. Stratum inclination gradually reduced with the distances increased from craters. The results of volcanic reservoir division had preferable consistency with lithologies and volcanic lithofacies and dynamic development data. The researches offered a useful method to stratigraphic division of volcanic reservoir and it had very important significance to effective development of volcanic reservoir in practice.

Huanqing Chen, Yongle Hu, Jiuqiang Jin, Qiquan Ran, Lin Yan. Fine Stratigraphic Division of Volcanic Reservoir by Uniting of Well Data and Seismic Data. Journal of Earth Science, 2014, 25(2): 337-347. doi: 10.1007/s12583-014-0424-8
Citation: Huanqing Chen, Yongle Hu, Jiuqiang Jin, Qiquan Ran, Lin Yan. Fine Stratigraphic Division of Volcanic Reservoir by Uniting of Well Data and Seismic Data. Journal of Earth Science, 2014, 25(2): 337-347. doi: 10.1007/s12583-014-0424-8

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