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Geological modelling of hydrocarbon reservoirs and outcrop analogues

Geological modelling of hydrocarbon reservoirs and outcrop analogues

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Published by Blackwell Scientific Publications in Oxford, Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hydrocarbon reservoirs.,
  • Geological modeling.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Stephen S. Flint and Ian D. Bryant.
    SeriesSpecial publication number 15 of the International Association of Sedimentologists, Special publication ... International Association of Sedimentologists ;, no. 15.
    ContributionsFlint, Stephen S., Bryant, Ian D., International Association of Sedimentologists.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTN870.5 .G3868 1993
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 269 p., [26] p. of plates :
    Number of Pages269
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1719545M
    LC Control Number92022659

    Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): ste (external link)Author: S. S. Flint and I. D. Bryant. Seismic modeling studies based on field analogues represent an important tool to close the scale gap between observations from outcrops and seismic data and to support seismic interpretation. Virtual outcrop models are generated based on photogrammetric imaging, and seismic properties are constrained from borehole data.

    Petroleum geology is the study of origin, occurrence, movement, accumulation, and exploration of hydrocarbon fuels. It refers to the specific set of geological disciplines that are applied to the search for hydrocarbons (oil exploration). The 3D geological model is still regarded as one of the newest and most innovative tools for reservoir management purposes. The computer modelling of structures, rock properties and fluid flow in hydrocarbon reservoirs has evolved from a specialist activity to part of the standard desktop toolkit.

    This volume reviews and reappraises the value and impact of outcrop-based fieldwork in hydrocarbon exploration, appraisal, development and production. There has been a resurgence in the use and need for outcrop-based research as analogues and benchmarks for subsurface overburden and reservoir studies, and digital technologies combined with.   The decrease in discoveries of new hydrocarbon reservoirs has twofold implications: i) the need to improve our knowledge of classic reservoirs, such as traps within extensional syn-sedimentary structures, and ii) enhanced efforts aimed at better understanding complex type of reservoirs. In particular, in the last few years, fault related dolomitized bodies, often associated to Author: M Martinelli, M Franceschi, M Massironi, A Bistacchi, R Di Cuia, A Rizzi.


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About this book. The Geological Modelling of Hydrocarbon Reservoirs and Outcrop Analogues is a collection of 15 selected papers taken from the Symposium of the same name which formed part of the IAS Congress of held in Nottingham, UK. Recent technological advances and the ever increasing demand for maximising recovery from existing oil and gas fields has led to an upsurge of interest, at.

The Geological Modelling of Hydrocarbon Reservoirs and Outcrop Analogues is a collection of 15 selected papers taken from the Symposium of the same name which formed part of the IAS Congress of held in Nottingham, UK. Recent technological advances and the ever increasing demand for maximising recovery from existing oil and gas fields has led to an upsurge of interest, at both academic and industrial levels, in reservoir characterization and quantitative modelling of physical rock 4/4(1).

The Geological Modelling of Hydrocarbon Reservoirs and Outcrop Analogues book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for : The Mayaro Formation, which is exposed in SE Trinidad, is the key outcrop analogue for prolific hydrocarbon reservoirs in the Columbus Basin, offshore east Trinidad, because it was deposited in the same basin setting by the same depositional system (the palaeo-Orinoco) as the offshore reservoirs.

Abstract. The 3D geological model is still regarded as one of the newest and most innovative tools for reservoir management purposes. The computer modelling of. Bryant, I.D., and S.S. Flint,Quantitative Clastic Reservoir Geological Modelling: Problems and Perspectives, to be published in IAS Special publicat Quantitative Description and Modelling of Clastic Hydrocarbon Reservoirs and Outcrop Analogues, Flint and Bryant eds.

Google ScholarCited by: In the hydrocarbon industry stochastic approaches are the main method by which reservoirs are modelled. These stochastic modelling approaches require geostatistical information on the geometry and distribution of the geological elements of the reservoir.

As the reservoir itself cannot be viewed directly (only indirectly via seismic and/or well log data) this leads to a great deal of Author: David Hodgetts, Brian Burnham, William Head, Atunima Jonathan, Franklin Rarity, Thomas Seers, Guy Sp.

geological elements of the reservoir. As the reservoir itself cannot be viewed directly (only indirectly via seismic and/or well log data) this leads to a great deal of uncertainty in the geostatistics used, therefore outcrop analogues are characterised to help obtain the geostatistical information required to model the reservoir.

Special Publication This volume reviews and reappraises the value and impact of outcrop-based fieldwork in hydrocarbon exploration, appraisal, development and production.

There has been a resurgence in the use and need for outcrop-based research as analogues and benchmarks for subsurface overburden and reservoir studies, and digital technologies combined with traditional. Outcrop Studies of Shale Smears on Fault Surface.

In book: The Geological Modelling of Hydrocarbon Reservoirs and Outcrop Analogues, pp. The Sherwood Sandstone Formation (SSF) is an important economically in the UK as both aquifers and hydrocarbon bearing reservoirs. In this study digital outcrop modelling approaches integrated with traditional fieldwork aims to shed new light on this important geological group.

Outcrop analogues for hydrocarbon reservoirs in the Columbus Basin, offshore east Trinidad Article in Geological Society London Special Publications (1) February with 56 Reads. title = "The geological modelling of hydrocarbon reservoirs and outcrop analogues", abstract = "This book focuses on the fast developing area of quantitative computer-based modelling of oil and gas reservoirs and the input data for these procedures.

Fractured reservoirs contain a significant proportion of the global hydrocarbon reserves; however, they commonly exhibit unpredictable and extreme production behaviour. To develop such reservoirs it is necessary to obtain the best understanding possible of the fracture network and its impact on the fluid flow within the reservoir, using the full range of geoscience and engineering datasets.

Summary This chapter contains sections titled: Introduction Tectonic Setting and General Geology Outcrop Characterization Core Descriptions Microstructure Steam Injection Data Discussion Conclusions Outcrop‐Aided Characterization of a Faulted Hydrocarbon Reservoir: Arroyo Grande Oil Field, California, USA - Antonellini - - Geophysical Cited by: The channel is part of a turbidite succession which filled an elongated foreland basin in Eocene time.

The outcrop indicates a minimum original channel width of m and a minimum depth of approximately 35 m. The channel-fill has been subdivided into five lithofacies.

Search text. Search type Research Explorer Website Staff directory. Alternatively, use our A–Z indexCited by: "The Geological Modelling of Hydrocarbon Reservoirs" is a collection of 15 selected papers taken from the Symposium of the same name which formed part of the IAS Congress of.

Characterising dune heterogeneity and defining a framework for petrophysical property distribution enables representative geological models of hydrocarbon reservoirs to be created. Dynamic simulation of these static models is an essential element when planning production strategies and ensuring sustained economic recovery by: 5.

The Geological modelling of hydrocarbon reservoirs and outcrop analogues Author: Stephen S Flint ; Ian D Bryant ; International Association of Sedimentologists. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for The Geological Modelling of Hydrocarbon Reservoirs and Outcrop Analogues (International Association Of Sedimentologists) at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.4/5.Lithofacies are firstly used to describe heterogeneity distribution.

Petrophysical characteristics derived from reservoir analogues are then applied to these lithofacies. The model is flow simulated and two distinct well patterns are tested to evaluate the impact of the different heterogeneity levels encountered in the by: Get this from a library!

The Geological Modelling of Hydrocarbon Reservoirs and Outcrop Analogues. [Ian D Bryant; Stephen S Flint] -- Contains 15 papers from the IAS Congress. Synthesizing industrial and academic research and integrating sedimentology, petroleum geology, geostatistics and geomathematics, this presents.