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Predicting the lateral continuity, vertical connectivity, and compartmentalization of deep-water reservoirs is critical to both their understanding and producibility. The Aspen Field, located in Green Canyon block 243 at a water-depth of 2,723 feet (Fig. 1), consists of a series of upper Miocene (Rob E) stacked hydrocarbon-bearing sands that are currently under production. Conventional core from the L Sand (main producing interval) displays two primary depositional facies: (1) thickly bedded to massive, weakly consolidated, fine-grained sands that represent amalgamated sheets deposited along the axis of flow and (2) finer grained, medium bedded, layered sheet sands deposited...

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