Characterization of Fractured Reservoirs Using a Combination of Downhole Pressure and Self-Potential Transient Data

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Yuji Nishi; Tsuneo Ishido;

In order to appraise the utility of self-potential (SP) measurements to characterize fractured reservoirs, we carried out continuous SP monitoring using multi Ag-AgCl electrodes installed within two open holes at the Kamaishi Mine, Japan. The observed ratio of SP change... View more
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