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Oil seeps, shallow gas, and surface features such as seabed pockmarks and mud volcanoes are historically believed to be signs of deeper hydrocarbon accumulations. In the search for connections between shallow features and deeper hydrocarbon accumulations, gas chimneys and faults have been studied as possible routes for vertical migration of gas and fluids from source rocks and hydrocarbon-charged traps. Understanding these fluid migration pathways can help evaluate whether a trap is charged or has leaked. A method based on seismic attributes and use of neural networks has been developed to detect and display gas chimneys. This method makes it...

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