By Enwenode Onajite
Practical suggestions to built-in Oil and fuel Reservoir research: Geophysical and Geological Perspectives is a well-timed resource of knowledge addressing the starting to be integration of geophysical, geological, reservoir engineering, construction, and petrophysical info in predicting and identifying reservoir houses. those contain reservoir quantity and sand improvement clear of the good bore, characterizations of undrilled clients, and optimization making plans for box improvement. As such, geoscientists needs to now study the expertise, strategies, and demanding situations concerned inside their particular services so as to whole daily activities.
A large selection of real-life difficulties and demanding questions encountered by means of geoscientists within the exploration and improvement of oil and fuel fields, the e-book treats matters starting from Basin research, to determining and mapping buildings, stratigraphy, the distribution of fracture, and the id of pore fluids. the well-to-seismic tie, time-to-depth conversion, AVO research, seismic inversion, rock physics, and pore strain analysis/prediction, the textual content examines demanding situations encountered in those technical parts, and likewise comprises recommendations and strategies used to beat these demanding situations.
- Presents a radical figuring out of the contributions and concerns confronted via a few of the disciplines that give a contribution in the direction of characterizing a large spectrum of reservoirs (Conventional, Shale Oil and gasoline, in addition to Carbonate reservoirs)
- Provides a far wanted and built-in procedure among disciplines together with geology, geophysics, petrophysics, reservoir and drilling engineering
- Includes case experiences on diverse reservoir settings from around the globe together with Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin, Gulf of Guinea, Gulf of Mexico, Milne element box in Alaska, North-Sea, San Jorge Basin, and Bossier and Haynesville Shales, and others to aid illustrate key points