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Highly Detailed Reservoir Characterization of Tight Thin Sandstone through Geostatistical Inversion in a Gas Field China

EAGE workshop/forum/local conference | Fangyan Huang, ShiPeng Liu, J.X. Bi, H.L. Liu, J. Chen © 2015 EAGE

A gas field, China, the target reservoirs are mainly delta front depositions, which are tight, thin, and below the tuning thickness. In order to charaterize the thin effective reservoir and porosity distribution in this field, a geostatistical inversion and co-simulation were performed. Using geostatistical ...

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Rock Physics Modeling in Oil and Gas Field Development: A Methodology for Reservoir Characterization in Low Salinity Pay

EAGE workshop/forum/local conference | Rajat Rathore, Chee Hau Hoo © 2015 EAGE

In this paper, we described some of the key challenges faced and their solutions during the reservoir characterization study. Shear log prediction can be done quickly by methods, such as multi linear regression and also by building a robust petro-elastic model, if pore geometry ...

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Evaluation of Rock Properties from Logs Affected by Deep Invasion - A Case Study

Workshop/forum/seminar (other) | Jahan Zeb, Reece Murrell © 2015

Seismic Reservoir Characterization is a well-known technique to obtain a better understanding of hydrocarbon-bearing reservoirs by careful analysis and integration of petrophysical and seismic data. The petrophysical properties are normally obtained through the evaluation of well logs and core data. A rock physics model ...

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Industry Article

An integrated approach to unconventional resource play reservoir characterization, Thistleton-1 case study, NW England

First Break | Scott Brindle, David O'connor, Richard Windmill, Peter Wellsbury, Guy Oliver, Graham Spence, Chi Vinh Ly © 2015 EAGE

In this paper, we present a UK case study and draw on lessons learnt from the American market by using mineralogical and textural data obtained by AM and measured TOC to constrain and improve the accuracy of petrophysical modelling. We characterize a UK unconventional ...

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High-fidelity Adaptive Curvelet Domain Primary-Multiple Separation

First Break | Xiang Wu, Barry Hung © 2015 EAGE

In this paper, we propose an adaptive implementation scheme for first separating multiples from primary events by a given multiple model in seismic data and subsequently removing the multiples from noisy seismic data using the curvelet transform. Due to the sparseness of seismic data ...

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