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    The Sedimentary Structure and Petroleum Geologic Significance of the Ring Belt of the Closed Lake Basin: An Integrated Interpretation of Well and Seismic Data of the Kong2 Member in Cangdong Sag, Central Bohai Bay Basin, China.Xianzheng Zhao, Lihong Zhou, Xiugang Pu, Wenzhong Han, Zhannan Shi, Wei Zhang, Chen Shiyue & Gangchen Lu - 2018 - Interpretation: SEG 6 (2):T283-T298.
    Cangdong is a typical oil-rich sag in the Bohai Bay Basin, China. After more than 50 years of exploration and development, the Kong2 Member still has considerable residual oil and gas resource potential. To pursue replacement areas of oil and gas exploration and development, the basic geology of the entire Kong2 Member in Cangdong Sag as a unit has been reexamined, and the findings have been used to guide the secondary exploration deployment. In this study, the characteristics of sedimentary reservoirs, (...)
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    The Sedimentary Structure and Petroleum Geologic Significance of the Ring Belt of the Closed Lake Basin: An Integrated Interpretation of Well and Seismic Data of the Kong2 Member in Cangdong Sag, Central Bohai Bay Basin, China.Xianzheng Zhao, Lihong Zhou, Xiugang Pu, Wenzhong Han, Zhannan Shi, Wei Zhang, Shiyue Chen & Gangchen Lu - 2018 - Interpretation 6 (2):T283-T298.
    Cangdong is a typical oil-rich sag in the Bohai Bay Basin, China. After more than 50 years of exploration and development, the Kong2 Member still has considerable residual oil and gas resource potential. To pursue replacement areas of oil and gas exploration and development, the basic geology of the entire Kong2 Member in Cangdong Sag as a unit has been reexamined, and the findings have been used to guide the secondary exploration deployment. In this study, the characteristics of sedimentary reservoirs, (...)
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    Improve Impedance Inversion by Adopting Seismic Sedimentary-Guided a Priori Model.Xianzheng Zhao, Fengming Jin, Lihui Liu, Yang Xiao & Li Wang - 2016 - Interpretation: SEG 4 (3):T313-T322.
    We have developed an innovative procedure for model-based seismic inversion in areas with sparse or clustered and biased well control, where lithofacies and geobodies cannot be adequately sampled in wells and correctly represented in a priori acoustic impedance models constructed with conventional kriging methods. We have applied seismic sedimentology for facies mapping before the model building process. Lithology-calibrated seismic stratal slices contain rich information for analyzing sedimentary geomorphology and dispersal patterns of depositional systems, providing independent geologic knowledge to constrain a (...)
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