Controlled Source Electromagnetic ( CSEM ) technique for detection and delineation of hydrocarbon reservoirs : an evaluation


The marine Controlled Source Electromagnetic technique was developed almost three decades ago to study the conductivity structure beneath the seafloor. An exhaustive and still valid treatment of the CSEM techniques can be found in Chave et al. (1991). One advantage of sub-sea measurements is that the highly conductive sea (approximately 3.2 S/m) acts as a… (More)

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