Seismic Inversion Applications and Laboratory Measurements to Identify High TOC Shale
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The main focus is to study the seismic response and elastic properties of organic-rich shale in-situ conditions. The first main finding is that the results of seismic invasion application and multi-attributes analysis by using the rock physic relationships helps to determine the shale gas sweet spot in Perth Basin. The second main finding is that TOC content of natural shale and synthetic shale samples has significant influence on their elastic properties and bulk density.
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