Direct Data Transform for Em Sounding Interpretation

O.I. Calderon Hernandez, E.C. Slob, Laura Valentina Socco

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Over the last years, new techniques are being researched in order directly estimate relevant geological properties of the rocks present in the subsurface without using an inversion process, this can be achieved by obtaining relationships between the data obtained by geophysical surveys and the data obtained in one place by well logging, core analysis or other techniques in which the actual physical properties of the rocks are measured. Using the apparent resistivity measurements from an MT survey and the resistivity measured from an exploratory well, we want to assess if it is possible to obtain a polynomial function that can be used to correct the misfit between the depth-apparent resistivity model obtained by MT surveys and the depth-resistivity model obtained by means of exploratory wells, and we want to assess if the polynomial expression obtained can be used to retrieve an accurate electrical model in nearby areas from the exploratory well in which only apparent resistivity measurements have been acquired.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication83rd EAGE Conference and Exhibition 2022
EditorsSimon Flowers
ISBN (Print)978-171385931-4
Publication statusPublished - 2022

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