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Advances In Reservoir Geology

Product Code: SP069
Series: GSL Special Publications
Author/Editor: Edited by M. Ashton
Publication Date: 16 February 1993
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Owing to the maturity of exploration in the North Sea Basin, reservoir geology will increasingly focus on the exploitation of smaller and technically more demanding hydrocarbon accumulations and the need to maximise reserves from the established producing fields. More refined geological reservoir interpretation and modelling are therefore required. The book details new methods, and the improved use of existing methods in such areas as sequence stratigraphy, petrography, sedimentology, inorganic chemistry, production logging, quatitative image analysis of pore structure, the dipmeter tool and permeability imaging; and the integration of data from a variety of these sources, including outcrop-derived data.

Type: Book
Ten Digit ISBN: 0-903317-84-2
Thirteen Digit ISBN: 978-0-903317-84-9
Publisher: GSL
Binding: Hardback
Pages: 240
Weight: 0.67 kg

Contents

1. Sequence architecture, facies development and carbonate-cemeted horizons in the Troll Field reservoir, offshore Norway. 2. Reservoir heterogeneity in the Vanguard Field, UKCS. 3. Quantitative analysis of pore structure and its effect on reservoir behaviour: Upper Jurassic Ribble Member Sandstones, Fulmare Field, UK North Sea. 4. Sedimentological and reservoir characteristics of a fluvial-dominated delta-front sequence: Ferron Sandstone Member (Turonian,) east central Utah, USA. 5. Effect of heterogeneities in braided stream channel sandbody on simulation of oil recovery: a case study from the Lower Jurassic Statfjord Formation, Snorre Field, North Sea. 6. Geometry and facies of large-scale flow-units in fluvial dominated fan-delta-front sequences. 7. A discussion on the use of analogues for reservoir geology. 8. Analogue dipmeter logs through prograding sandbody. 9. Permability images: a new technique for enhanced reservoir characterization.

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