Prospect evaluation generally starts with the search for traps. Once a potential trap has been identified reservoir and charge are further assessed, whilst in many cases the seal is only given relatively cursory attention. For trapped hydrocarbons all four main play elements (trap, reservoir, seal and charge) are equally important; after all, if any of these elements are missing no hydrocarbons can be trapped. Nevertheless, and without underplaying the importance of the other play elements, in the large majority of cases the Gross Rock Volume (GRV) uncertainty is the dominant factor for the uncertainty range of oil or gas volumes that may be discovered in a successful exploration well.
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