What do you need for a routine fault seal analysis ?
These are used for construction of fault plane profiles to establish juxtaposition relationships across the fault.
These are used both for determining the thickness of sands and shales juxtaposed by the fault as well as for determining sand/shale content for quantitative fault seal analysis. Logs commonly used are SP, GR, Neutron Density, and Neutron Porosity. The number of wells used depends upon the stratigraphic variability as well as the simple availability of stratigraphic control. For most prospect assessments we run several max, min and most likely cases and may use Monte Carlo analysis for both structural and stratigraphic uncertainty.
Pressure data include LOT's, RFT's, and FIT's.