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Features of Fractured Carbonate Reservoirs Modeling on the Early Stages of the Field StudyNormal access

Authors: V. Gabrielyants, I. Vishnevskaya, Y. Pormeyster and M. Aimagambetov
Event name: Geomodel 2018
Session: Петрофизика. Достижения и тенденции
Publication date: 10 September 2018
DOI: 10.3997/2214-4609.201802396
Organisations: EAGE
Language: Russian
Info: Extended abstract, PDF ( 789.2Kb )
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Summary:
Reliable 3D modeling is recommended at all E&D stages in order to predict static and dynamic properties of reservoirs for full commitment. During early exploration fracture density modeling is complicated, which is critical for determination of reservoir properties and dynamic coherence. These parameters have severe effect on selection of options for future development. Also, fracture density has underexplored distribution uncertainty and often has insufficient data. Herein we will review various approaches to fracture modeling in Petrel, features of FMI (Azimuth Electric Micro Imager). Also results of DFN (Discrete Fracture Model) will be discussed based on well data, FMI, and PLT survey results.


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