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An integrated workflow has been developed that successfully characterized a new gas reservoir in the southern Gulf of Mexico, which is utilized to improve reserves estimation, reservoir development, and management planning. The reservoir intervals were contained within a faulted rollover anticline. Based upon development of a sequence stratigraphic framework, the reservoirs were identified as retrogradational shoreface parasequences sitting atop third-order sequence boundaries. AVO and spectral analysis of the seismic volume provided support for this interpretation. A new play concept was developed which incorporated sequence stratigraphy and analysis of 3D seismic attributes for more regional mapping in the area. Recommendations for well stimulation also were made based upon stratigraphic aspects of the rocks.

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