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Journal Articles The Geological Society, London, Special Publications Year : 2012

Relevance of the stochastic stratigraphic well correlation approach for the study of complex carbonate settings: application to the Malampaya buildup (Offshore Palawan, Philippines)

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The stochastic stratigraphic well correlation method considers the stratigraphic correlation of well data as a set of possible models to sample and manage uncertainty in subsurface studies. This method addresses the incompleteness of typical subsurface data such as limited seismic resolution, seismic blindness due to the lack of impedance contrast between distinct stratigraphic formations, borehole preferential location. The stochastic stratigraphic well correlation method is applied to the Malampaya buildup (a well documented offshore gas field located NorthWest of the Palawan Island, Philippines), aged upper Eocene to lower Miocene, and developed on the crest of a tilt-block. Among the available data, ten wells, seven of which are cored, have been drilled and a high resolution 3D seismic survey was acquired by Shell Philippines in 2002.
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hal-04014780 , version 1 (04-03-2023)

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Florent Lallier, Guillaume Caumon, Jean Borgomano, Sophie Viseur, Francois Fournier, et al.. Relevance of the stochastic stratigraphic well correlation approach for the study of complex carbonate settings: application to the Malampaya buildup (Offshore Palawan, Philippines). The Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 2012, 370 (1), pp.265 - 275. ⟨10.1144/sp370.12⟩. ⟨hal-04014780⟩
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