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Xu, T.J., Shen, Z.M. and Wen, X.K. (2010) Research and Application of Multi-Wavelet Decomposition and Reconstruction Technology. Journal of Chengdu University of Technology (Science & Technology Edition), 37, 660-665. (In Chinese)

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  • TITLE: Prediction of Tight Sand Reservoir with Multi-Wavelet Decomposition and Reconstructing Method

    AUTHORS: Lifang Cheng, Yanchun Wang, Zhiguo Li, Fuxiu Gong

    KEYWORDS: Morlet Wavelet, Matching Pursuit, Decomposition and Reconstruction, Tight Sandstone, Reservoir Prediction

    JOURNAL NAME: International Journal of Geosciences, Vol.7 No.4, April 25, 2016

    ABSTRACT: Special reservoir or fluid has an abnormal response to some certain frequencies, so that seismic decomposition and reconstruction are used to highlight the seismic reflection at certain frequencies useful to identify special geological bodies. Because seismic wavelets are time-varying and spatial-variable in the propagation, synthetic traces based on single wavelet make some weak but useful information lost, and make artifacts form. However, Morlet wavelet aggregation with mathematical analytical expression is able to fully and correctly reflect the variations of wavelet in the propagation of underground medium. The matching pursuit algorithm on the basis of Morlet wavelet improves the calculating efficiency in decomposition and reconstruction greatly. This method is applied to the actual study area to do conjoint analysis of single well and well-tie multi-wavelet decomposition. It is found that frequencies sensitive to interest reservoirs range from 8 to 34 Hz. Reconstructing the wavelets at those special frequencies and analyzing the reconstructed seismic data, it is pointed out that interest reservoirs have abnormal characteristics with respectively strong RMS amplitude in the reconstructed data. Crossplot of gamma value at wells and reconstructed RMS amplitude suggests that anomalies caused by interest reservoirs are well separated from the background anomalies when the reconstructed RMS amplitude is greater than 3650. Quantitative prediction results of interest reservoirs distribution in the study area reveal that interest reservoirs of western and northern study area are distributed annularly and bandedly, while most contiguous sandstone in eastern regions appears sporadically.