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SEG Technical Program Expanded Abstracts 2001
The possible use of attenuation measurements for time-lapse seismic monitoring of an EOR steam flood project in Saskatchewan, Canada is investigated. A VSP survey was used to calculate Q. These values were input to a synthetic seismogram attenuation modeling program that showed there should be an observable increase in attenuation after steam injection. Two seismic lines shot at the same location nine years apart were analyzed to see if attenuation anomalies were apparent. The results indicatedoi:10.1190/1.1816411 fatcat:oof6zc3bunbftabi535b3g4bmy