Reservoir Characterization

Seismic Reservoir Characterization: An Earth Modelling Perspective  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by DZ123 at April 11, 2016
Seismic Reservoir Characterization: An Earth Modelling Perspective

Philippe Doyen, An Earth Modelling Perspective, "Seismic Reservoir Characterization: An Earth Modelling Perspective"
English | 2007 | ISBN: 9073781779 | PDF | pages: 256 | 13,4 mb
Inverse Theory for Petroleum Reservoir Characterization and History Matching [Repost]

Inverse Theory for Petroleum Reservoir Characterization and History Matching by Dean S. Oliver
English | June 2, 2008 | ISBN: 052188151X | 394 Pages | PDF | 6.97 MB

This book is a guide to the use of inverse theory for estimation and conditional simulation of flow and transport parameters in porous media.
"Carbonate Reservoir Characterization: An Integrated Approach" by F. Jerry Lucia (Repost)

"Carbonate Reservoir Characterization: An Integrated Approach" by F. Jerry Lucia
Sрringеr | 2007 | ISBN: 3540727426 354072740X 9783540727422 9783540727408 9783540637820 | 342 pages | PDF | 13 MB

The book focuses on a rock based approach for the integration of geological, petrophysical, and geostatistical methods to construct a reservoir model suitable to input into flow simulation programs.
Inverse Theory for Petroleum Reservoir Characterization and History Matching (repost)

Inverse Theory for Petroleum Reservoir Characterization and History Matching
Cambridge University Press | 2008-06-02 | ISBN: 052188151X | 392 pages | PDF | 6,54 MB
"A Reservoir Characterization of Arab-D Super-K as A Discrete Fracture Network Flow System..." by Joe Voelker

"A Reservoir Characterization of Arab-D Super-K as A Discrete Fracture Network Flow System, Ghawar Field, Saudi Arabia" by Joe Voelker
StUni Press | 2005 | ISBN: n/a | 541 pages | PDF | 19 MB

This issue provides a new model of Arab-D super-k, comprised primarily of interwell discrete fracture networks. The model is used to predict production performance in an 11-well study area in the Hawiyah sector of the Field.
"Multiresolution Reparameterization and Partitioning of Model Space for Reservoir Characterization" by Isha Sahni

"Multiresolution Reparameterization and Partitioning of Model Space for Reservoir Characterization" by Isha Sahni
Stanford University | 2006 | ISBN: n/a | 226 pages | PDF | 5 Mb

This work develops a generalized wavelet-based methodology for stochastic data integration in complex reservoirs models. This is an extension of earlier work for simpler reservoir descriptions.
Inverse Theory for Petroleum Reservoir Characterization and History Matching

Dean S. Oliver, Albert C. Reynolds, Ning Liu “Inverse Theory for Petroleum Reservoir Characterization and History Matching"
Cambridge University Press | 2008-06-02 | ISBN: 052188151X | 392 pages | PDF | 6,54 MB

Carbonate Reservoir Characterization: An Integrated Approach  

Posted by innofidelity at Dec. 30, 2007
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F. Jerry Lucia, "Carbonate Reservoir Characterization: An Integrated Approach"
Publisher: Springer | Number Of Pages: 336 | 10.78 MB | PDF | 2007-11-14 | ISBN 354072740X

One principal need in petroleum recovery from carbonate reservoirs is the description of the three-dimensional distribution of petrophysical properties in order to improve performance predictions by means of fluid-flow computer simulations. The book focuses on a rock based approach for the integration of geological, petrophysical, and geostatistical methods to construct a reservoir model suitable to input into flow simulation programs. This second edition includes a new chapter on model construction and new examples of limestone, dolostone, and touching-vug reservoir models as well as improved chapters on basic petrophysical properties, rock-fabric/petrophysical relationships, calibration of wireline logs, and sequence stratigraphy.
Fracture and In-Situ Stress Characterization of Hydrocarbon Reservoirs

Fracture and In-Situ Stress Characterization of Hydrocarbon Reservoirs (Geological Society Special Publication) by Geological Society Publishing
Publisher: Geological Society of London | Number Of Pages: 216 | Publication Date: 2003-01 | ISBN-10: 1862391300 | PDF | 24 Mb

This publication introduces the newly developed, integrated discipline of fracture and in-situ stress characterization of hydrocarbon reservoirs, through 16 well-illustrated case studies. These cover a wide range of tools, from borehole scale (logs and core) to reservoir scale (e.g. 3-D and 4-D seismic). It also covers surface studies (outcrop and remote sensing). In addition, it addresses the impact of fractures and in-situ stresses on fluid flows and their simulation. The subject that this volume deals with is gaining increasing interest with the advancement of technologies and shifting boundaries of marginal fields into more challenging ground. Fractures and their response to current-day in-situ stresses have become a crucial part of reservoir characterization in deep tight reservoirs. In addition, maturing reservoirs, which were considered as 'conventional' at discovery, are displaying symptoms characteristic of fractures and/or geomechanical contribution. This has lead to the need to delineate the fractures and the stresses in these reservoirs and revise reservoir management accordingly. This volume will be of interest to a broad range of readers from both academic and industrial institutes, who are researching and dealing with hydrocarbon reservoir characterization, simulation and management.
"Basic Applied Reservoir Simulation" by Turgay Ertekin, Jamal H. Abou-Kassem, Gregory R. King (Repost)

"Basic Applied Reservoir Simulation" by Turgay Ertekin, Jamal H. Abou-Kassem, Gregory R. King
SPE Textbook Series
Henry L. Doherty Memorial Fund of AIME, Society of Petroleum Engineers | 2001 | ISBN: 1555630898 | 422 pages | PDF | 22 MB

This study has an opportunity to better understand not only the intricacies offluid-flow dynamics in increasingly complex reservoirs, but also the characteristics of fluid-flow dynamics in wellbores, flow patterns developing within the immediate vicinity of perforations, the interaction of vertical, slanted, horizontal, and multilateral wells and the reservoir, and the complexities of reservoir characterization. These areas represent only a small portion of a list that includes some challenging issues playing critical roles in the optimum development of hydrocarbon reservoirs, and in the optimized implementation of capital-intensive projects that can be investigated with numerical simulation.