Hydrocarbon Seepage: From Source to Surface

Edited by Fred Aminzadeh, Timothy B. Berge, and David L. Connolly

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With the increased resolution power of many geophysical methods, we are seeing direct evidence of seeps on a wide variety of data, including conventional seismic. New methods and technology have also evolved to better measure and detect seeps and their artifacts and reservoir charge and to map migration and remigration routes. In addition, detection of seepage is important for minimizing the risks associated with shallow gas drilling hazards, ensuring platform stability, and preventing well blow-outs.

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Published jointly by the American Association of Petroleum Geologists and the Society of Exploration Geophysicists.

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