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E-267 - Petrophysical Properties: Core, Log & Test Data Integration for Reservoir Modeling

  • Experienced petrophysicists, reservoir engineers, geologists, geophysicists
  • To deepen understanding of methods used to measure reservoir petrophysical properties from cores, logs and well tests data and, ultimately, correlate and integrate results for reservoir characterization and modeling
Learning Objectives
  • To deduce reservoir properties from log interpretation and compare results to core measurements
  • To define rock-types, determine electrofacies and derive K-Phi relationship
  • To integrate cores, logs and well tests data for reservoir modeling
Ways and means
  • Real case study with cores, logs and well tests data

Reservoir properties from conventional and special core analysis
  • Porosity, permeability, saturation, grain density
  • Wettability, relative permeability and capillary pressures
  • Electrical properties (m and n exponents)
Reservoir properties from log evaluation
  • Determination of reservoir properties from log interpretation: lithology, porosity and water saturation (case study)
  • Core - Log correlation and comparison of petrophysical results to core data
  • Permeability estimation from logs and core data
  • Reservoir simulation results (cut-offs, Net to Gross ratio, average values, h.Phi.So)
  • Rock typies and facies identification from core description and logs
Well testing
  • Well test analysis and integration with petrophysics
Data integration for reservoir modeling
  • Introduction to reservoir modeling
  • Reservoir petrophysical and geological synthesis
  • Upscaling
  • Uncertainties management