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Study of a regional three-dimensional seismic data set by Cumella and Ostby (2003) indicated the potential existence of wrench faults in the southern Piceance Basin, Colorado. Although the faults could be inferred to cut through the productive interval, no direct observation was possible until the Reservoir Characterization Project (RCP) conducted a multicomponent seismic study at Rulison Field. This study confirms the existence of faults and coduments their importance in creating fracture zones critical to higher expected ultimate recovery (EUR) well production within the field. Three-dimensional seismic data were acquired at Rulison Field by RCP to investigate whether zones of...

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