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SEG Technical Program Expanded Abstracts 2012
Permanent reservoir monitoring (PRM) using seabed arrays of seismic sensors is becoming a well recognised tool for optimizing production and increasing reserves at lower cost and risk through improved reservoir management. An approach based on fully fibre-optic sensors offers significant benefits in terms of long term reliability and reduced through-life costs. A successful PRM system will also require high stability of the output seismic data in terms of sensitivity, noise and other keydoi:10.1190/segam2012-1236.1 fatcat:wemwuywzwfhazdryzj3bp4pjr4