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How to find bypassed oil? Is there a rule of thumb? 
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Post How to find bypassed oil? Is there a rule of thumb?
This is my first time using petrel. I would like to know ways on how to look for bypassed oil. Is there a rule of thumb and suggest new perforation areas. Thank you


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