Time-lapse seismic in reservoir management

First Annual Distinguished Instructor Short Course
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Hydrocarbon reservoirs -- Congresses., Seismic networks -- Congresses., Geophysics -- Congre
Statementpresented by Ian Jack ; Sponsored by the Society of Exploration Geophysicists.
GenreCongresses.
ContributionsJack, Ian., Society of Exploration Geophysicists.
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LC ClassificationsTN870.57 .D57 1998
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
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In addition, 4D seismic is used to update seismic interpretation, provide a better understanding of internal architecture of the reservoirs units, and, thereby, yield a morerobust reservoir model.

The 4D seismic in this field is a key tool for field-development optimization and reservoir management.

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Abstract. “This book, prepared for use with the first SEG / EAGE Distinguished Instructor Short Course, discusses Â"time-lapse seismicÂ" and enables geoscienti. Time-Lapse Seismic in Reservoir Management by Ian Jack.

This course is intended to appeal to a wide audience (most attendees are geophysicists, but a significant number are geologists, reservoir engineers and petrophysicists).

How 4D seismic data can be used to impact reservoir management. How 4D seismic data have been applied in a number of case studies.

Recent advances in time-lapse geophysical technology. Who should attend. 4D seismic interpretation is inherently integrative, drawing upon geophysical, geological, and reservoir engineering data and concepts.

Time Lapse Approach to Monitoring Oil, Gas, and CO2 Storage by Seismic Methods delivers a new technology to geoscientists, well logging experts, and reservoir engineers, giving them a new basis on which to influence decisions on oil and gas reservoir management. Time-lapse (4D) seismic provides a vital tool for reservoir monitoring and Time-lapse seismic in reservoir management book serves as a multi-disciplinary platform for efficient reservoir development.

Reservoir management requires an all-round identification, quantification and management of reservoir uncertainties, which stem from limited and sparse reservoir data and the use of models. Practical Applications of Time-lapse Seismic Data (SEG Distinguished Instructor Series No.

16) shows how 4D seismic data are used for reservoir surveillance, how they provide valuable insight on dynamic reservoir properties such as fluid saturation, pressure, and temperature, and how they add value to reservoir management.

Time-lapse (4D) seismic analyses can be used to better understand subsurface fluid flow behaviour, improve hydrocarbon reservoir performance, and assist in reservoir management decisions.

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petrophysical properties of the reservoir rock. Thus reservoir monitoring by repeated seismic or time lapse surveys can help in reducing the uncertainties attached to reservoir models. Reservoir models, optimally constrained to seismic response as well as flow response can provide a better description of the reservoir and thus more reliable.

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Fanchi, in Integrated Reservoir Asset Management, Time-Lapse (4-D) Seismology. Time-lapse seismology is the comparison of 3-D seismic surveys at two or more points in time.

Time-lapse seismic reservoir monitoring, which is often called 4-D seismic, allows us to image fluid movement between wells in many systems. Applying time-lapse seismic methods to reservoir management and field development planning at South Arne, Danish North Sea Article (PDF Available) January with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Time-Lapse Seismic Exploration 64 Seismic Attributes 65 Reservoir Characterization 68 Reservoir Management 69 Seismic Trace Analysis 69 Case Study: Reservoir Properties Defined by Seismic Attributes 90 Notes Chapter 4 Reservoir Characterization and Simulation Exploration and Production Value Propositions Exploratory Data Analysis Oil sands reservoir monitoring using time-lapse 3D seismic in canda.

International petroleum technology conference, Volume Nakayama, T. A., Monitoring an oil-sands reservoir in northwest Alberta using time-lapse 3D seismic and 3D P-SV converted wave datta.

The Leading Edge, pp. Nur, A. M., Time Lapse Approach to Monitoring Oil, Gas, and CO2 Storage by Seismic Methods delivers a new technology to geoscientists, well logging experts, and reservoir engineers, giving them a new basis on which to influence decisions on oil and gas reservoir management.

Named ACROSS (Accurately Controlled and Routinely Operated Signal System), this new evaluation method is presented to. It provides participants with the skills to use 4D seismic data in new well planning, reservoir management and well management.

The course covers 4D acquisition, processing and interpretation with an emphasis on the practical application to real field development problems and the value generated from analysis of time-lapse to understand the.

Seismic Amplitude is an invaluable day-to-day tool for graduate students and industry professionals in geology, geophysics, petrophysics, reservoir engineering, and all subsurface disciplines making regular use of seismic by:   For dynamic reservoir characterization, hydromechanical reservoir models are built using field observations and used to simulate the stress and strain changes over time, where time-lapse seismic observations as well as reservoir engineering data are applied to calibrate and update the hydromechanical by: 3.

Time-lapse seismic data, for example, help to determine reservoir changes that occur over time and can be used as a new dimension in history matching since they contain information about fluid movement and pressure changes between and beyond the well. Integrated Services Management; Schlumberger Production Management; Sensa Fiber-Optic Monitoring; Seismic Reservoir Characterization (30) Seismic Source & Receiver Corrections (1) Seismic Survey Design (12) Seismic Time-Lapse Interpretation (7).

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1 Statistical Integration of Time-lapse Seismic and Electromagnetic Data for Reservoir Monitoring and Management Jaehoon Lee1, Tapan Mukerji1 and Michael Tompkins2 1Department of Energy Resources Engineering, Stanford University 2PolytopX Abstract Joint integration of seismic and electromagnetic (EM) data can improve the quality of.

Online Learning of 4D Seismic Data for Real Time Reservoir Management by Dr. Mariette Awad. Today, 4D or time-lapse seismic programs are an essential part of the global reservoir management strategy for many companies.

Developments in 4D seismic technology Two principal factors influence whether we can successfully detect the 4D signal in the reservoir and the. The Edinburgh Time Lapse Project (ETLP) is an industrially-sponsored, university-based research consortium specialising in the development and application of analysis tools for engineering-consistent quantitative interpretation of 4D seismic data.

Due to its location in a Petroleum Engineering Institute, the consortium has a strong emphasis on. The way that time-lapse seismic studies are analyzed has an important effect on the results. In general, time-lapse seismic studies can be integrated both qualitatively and quantitatively with reservoir engineering studies.

In qualitative analysis the normal approach is to visually interpret the time-lapse seismic results to track the anomalies. The deformation of the reservoir layers is coupled to the adjacent rocks and leads to changes in the stress and strain fields that extend a great distance away from the reservoir.

Time-lapse seismic measurements through these rocks show large variations that are useful for monitoring the distribution of deformation within the reservoir. Book Editor(s): Keith R. Holdaway. Search for more papers by this author Time‐Lapse Seismic Exploration.

Seismic Attributes. Reservoir Characterization. Reservoir Management. Seismic Trace Analysis. Case Study: Reservoir Properties Defined by Seismic Attributes. Harness Oil. Seismic. Seismic Reservoir Characterization; Geophysical Processing & Imaging; Survey Design & Modeling; Seismic for Unconventional Resources; Borehole Seismic; Seismic Drilling Support; Multiclient Data Library; Geophysics Software ; Drilling Services.

Wellhead Systems; Engineering & Real-Time Analysis; Drilling Services & Systems; LWD & MWD. Rock physics provides a link between seismic and reservoir properties.

It helps to understand the effects of fluid substitution and reservoir parameters on seismic signatures. Rock physics models are now an integral part of feasibility study of time lapse (4D) seismic surveys and their interpretation.

There exist different approaches for the construction of rock physics models within the Cited by: 2. This study integrates time lapse seismic methods with reservoir simulation to image a steam front and by-passed oil at the Pikes Peak heavy oil field in Saskatchewan, Canada.

Two seismic 2D surveys, acquired in andrespectively, had been reprocessed to preserve amplitudes. Cyclical steam. Time-lapse reservoir geology CREWES Research Report — Volume 13 () 4-D seismic and time-lapse reservoir geology Rudi Meyer ABSTRACT In recent years, 4-D seismic has developed into a sophisticated technique of reservoir monitoring and management relying on .The vast bulk of seismic data currently acquired is 3-D, owing to the tremendous advantages in terms of interpretability discussed in chapter 1.

Today it is unusual for the major oil companies to drill exploration wells prior to a 3-D survey being shot, processed and : M.

Bacon, R. Simm, T. Redshaw.Joint integration of time-lapse seismic, time-lapse electromagnetic, and production data can provide a powerful means of characterizing and monitoring reservoirs. Those data contain complementary information about the changes in the reservoir during operation, and, thus, their proper integration can lead to more reliable forecasts and optimal.