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SEG Technical Program Expanded Abstracts 2013
Fractured reservoirs account for a majority of the oil production worldwide and often have low recovery rate. Fracture characterization is important in building reservoir flow models for enhanced oil recovery. Information about fracture orientation, fracture spacing, and fracture compliances is essential. When a fracture network consisting of multiple sets of fractures with variable fracture spacing/orientation is present, we have to determine the spatial information about them as this maydoi:10.1190/segam2013-0708.1 fatcat:fx4zvyq4xfccpkezkyb23j4jry