Integrated petrophysical modeling to identify productive zones in BV8 target of the Samotlorskoye field

Authors: A.S. Glebov, P.S. Utkin, A.V. Khabarov (TNNC LLC, RF, Tyumen)

Key words: productivity, water cut, lithotype, crossplot, porosity, permeability, oil saturation, modeling.

Reservoirs of BV8 group, Samotlorskoye field, have been under development since 1969. The current water cut: 96%. Well-defined knowledge of volume and location of remaining reserves is required for further successful and economic development of targets alike. The key tool for that is geologic and dynamic simulation modeling. An effective model cannot be generated without a comprehensive petrophysical framework that includes lithologic-mineralogical analysis, optimal porosity estimation with account for log data quality, permeability analysis by lithotypes with honoring actual well performance, initial oil-saturation determination by capillary model and current oil-saturation determination by log data.

References

1. Khabarov A.V., Volokitin Ya.E., Karotazhnik, 2009, V. 189, pp. 83-128.

2. Khabarov A.V., Volokitin Ya.E., Karotazhnik, 2009, V. 189, pp. 167-211.

3. Volokitin Ya.E., Khabarov A.V., Karotazhnik, 2009, V. 189, pp. 143-166.

Key words: productivity, water cut, lithotype, crossplot, porosity, permeability, oil saturation, modeling.

Reservoirs of BV8 group, Samotlorskoye field, have been under development since 1969. The current water cut: 96%. Well-defined knowledge of volume and location of remaining reserves is required for further successful and economic development of targets alike. The key tool for that is geologic and dynamic simulation modeling. An effective model cannot be generated without a comprehensive petrophysical framework that includes lithologic-mineralogical analysis, optimal porosity estimation with account for log data quality, permeability analysis by lithotypes with honoring actual well performance, initial oil-saturation determination by capillary model and current oil-saturation determination by log data.

References

1. Khabarov A.V., Volokitin Ya.E., Karotazhnik, 2009, V. 189, pp. 83-128.

2. Khabarov A.V., Volokitin Ya.E., Karotazhnik, 2009, V. 189, pp. 167-211.

3. Volokitin Ya.E., Khabarov A.V., Karotazhnik, 2009, V. 189, pp. 143-166.


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