Part 1 of this article (TLE, March 2001) described a method for extracting rock property contrasts from seismic data. This has opened many doors previously thought to have been closed to the explorationist. This paper will address issues such as determining hydrocarbon saturation, production effects, nonbright pay, and S-wave seismic from P-wave acquisition and processing. These are pertinent problems in today's industry, and many require great expense to solve.

Fizz gas, residual hydrocarbons, and low gas saturation are terms associated with less than economic amounts of gas in a reservoir. This problem, usually related...

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