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Reservoir quality prediction in sandstones and carbonates

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Published by American Association of Petroleum Geologists in Tulsa, Okla .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Petroleum -- Migration.,
  • Carbonate reservoirs.,
  • Sandstone.,
  • Petroleum reserves -- Forecasting.,
  • Petroleum -- Prospecting.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by J. A. Kupecz, J.G. Gluyas and S. Bloch.
    SeriesAAPG memoir ;, 69
    ContributionsKupecz, Julie A., Gluyas, J. G., Bloch, S.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTN870.52 .R47 1997
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxiv, 311 p. :
    Number of Pages311
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL700108M
    ISBN 100891813497
    LC Control Number97048365

    This study investigates the diagenesis and reservoir quality of Upper Jurassic Sandstones from the Central Graben. Petrophysical and petrographical studies have been done on cored interval from well 2/ Precipitation of quartz cement is the main porosity destroying process in deeply buried quartz rich sandstone reservoirs of the North Sea. The Rock Physics Handbook addresses the relationships between geophysical observations and the underlying physical properties of rocks. It distills a vast quantity of background theory and laboratory results into a series of concise chapters that provide practical Cited by:   Reservoir heterogeneity refers to vertical and lateral variations in porosity, permeability, and/or capillarity (Alpay, ; Evans, ; Moraes and Surdam, ). Reservoir heterogeneity in sandstone bodies occurs at various extents and scales, ranging from micrometers to hundreds of meters, and is commonly attributed to variations in.


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The accurate prediction of reservoir quality is, and will continue to be, a key challenge for hydrocarbon exploration and development. Prediction is a logical and critically important extension of the description and interpretation of geological processes.

Reservoir Quality Prediction in Sandstones and Carbonates (AAPG Memoir, 69) [Julie A. Kupecz, Julie A. Kupecz, J. Gluyas, S. Bloch] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Reservoir Quality Prediction in Sandstones and Carbonates (AAPG Memoir, 69)Cited by: The economic success of any prospect ultimately depends on reservoir system performance.

The reservoir system controls two critical economic elements of a prospect: (1) the rate and (2) the amount of hydrocarbons recovered. In geologic terms, pore type and pore-fluid interaction are the most important elements determining reservoir system interrelationship of reservoir porosity.

Reservoir quality in both sandstones and carbonates is studied using a wide range of techniques: log analysis and petrophysical core analysis, core description, routine petrographic tools and. Reservoir quality prediction in sandstones and carbonates: an overview / Julie A. Kupecz, Jon G. Gluyas, and Salman Bloch --Porosity prediction in frontier basins: a systematic approach to estimating subsurface reservoir quality from outcrop samples / R.C.

Tobin --Prediction of porosity in compacted sands / Jon G. Gluyas and Christopher A. The importance of reservoir quality in pay evaluation has been illustrated by Rose (), who analyzed an unnamed company's exploration results over a 1-year period.

Of 87 wildcat wells drilled, 27 were discoveries (31 % success rate); incorrect predictions of the presence of adequate reservoir rocks were made in 40% of the dry holes. Reservoir quality prediction in sandstones and carbonates Julie A. Kupecz This comprehensive volume addresses the challenges of accurate prediction and ongoing refinement of reservoir quality throughout a reservoir's life-cycle.

Buy Reservoir Quality Prediction in Sandstones and Carbonates by Julie A Kupecz (Editor), S Bloch (Editor), S Block (Editor) online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 1 editions - starting at $ Shop now. Reservoir Quality of Clastic and Carbonate Rocks: Analysis, Modelling and Prediction May #ReservoirQuality14 Page 4 Shirley Dutton (The University of Texas at Austin) Origin and Properties of High-Reservoir-Quality Tertiary and Cretaceous Sandstones within Constant.

This comprehensive volume addresses the challenges of accurate prediction and ongoing refinement of reservoir quality throughout a reservoirs life-cycle.

Worldwide case studies present the predictive aspects of both siliciclastic and carbonate reservoir characteristics. With a focus on diagenetic effects, the book emphasizes the newest approaches to reservoir quality prediction using various.

Prediction of deep reservoir quality using early diagenetic processes in the Jurassic Norphlet Formation, Gulf of Mex- ic o: AAPG Bulletin, v. 94, p.

–doi The Reservoir Quality Quantitative Prediction (RQQP) of a sandstone reservoir is a fundamental activity aimed at the delivery of maps that may be used for the evaluation at level of play/leads/prospects and, more in general, for the ranking of the different zones of an explorative area/concession.

This provides a significant contribution to the Author: A. Consonni, A. Ortenzi, C. Geloni. Overview Reservoir Quality Prediction in Sandstones and Carbonates: An Overview vii Julie A. Kupecz, Jon G. Gluyas, and Salman Block 1 Porosity Prediction in Frontier Basins: A Systematic Approach to Estimating Subsurface Reservoir Quality From Outcrop Samples 1 R.C.

Tobin 2 Prediction of Porosity in Compacted Sands Carbonate diagenesis and reservoir quality, Dolomite texture vs. petrophysics, dolomitization models, limestone vs. dolostone reservoir quality Porosity in carbonate rocks, classification schemes, petrophysics by carbonate rock-types, porosity preservation, visual estimation of.

Reservoir Quality Prediction In Sandstones And Carbonates Pdf download free. 9/3/ Early Silurian Graptolitic Shales source rocks and the major complexes of reservoirs, associated with Middle Cambrian sandstones, Ordovician and Silurian reefogenic and carbonate build- ups.

The major reservoirs of the Baltic Basin are: The Middle Cambrian. Reservoir quality is studied using a wide range of similar techniques in both sandstones and carbonates.

Sandstone and carbonate reservoir quality both benefit from the study of modern analogues and experiments, but modelling approaches are currently quite different for these two types of reservoirs.

AAPG Memoir Reservoir Quality Prediction in Sandstones and Carbonates, Edited by J. Kupecz, J. Gluyas, and S. Bloch Pages VII-XXIV. Reservoir Quality Prediction in Sandstones and Carbonates: An Overview.

Julie A. Kupecz, Jon Gluyas, Salman Bloch. Reservoir quality prediction of deep-water Oligocene sandstones from the west Niger Delta by integrated petrological, petrophysical and basin modelling.

In Armitage PJ, Butcher AR, Churchill JM, Csoma AE, Hollis C, Lander RH, Omma JE, Worden RH, editors, Reservoir Quality of Clastic and Carbonate Rocks: Analysis, Modelling and by: 3.

Reservoir quality in both sandstones and carbonates is studied using a wide range of techniques: log analysis and petrophysical core analysis, core description, routine petrographic tools and, ideally, less routine techniques such as stable isotope analysis, fluid.

AAPG Memoir Reservoir Quality Prediction in Sandstones and Carbonates, Edited by J. Kupecz, J. Gluyas, and S. Bloch Pages Porosity Variation in Carbonates as a Function of Depth: Mississippian Madison Group, Williston Basin. Alton Brown.

ABSTRACT. Log-determined porosities of argillaceous limestone, limestone, dolomitic limestone, and dolomite of the Mississippian Madison.

Variation in reservoir quality between different diagenetic facies types identified in the studied sandstones is shown in Fig. The different diagenetic types have different reservoir qualities, and these types are mapped onto a generalizable model of reservoir quality with respect to variation in porosity and depth in Fig.

The evolution. Special Publication Reservoir quality is studied using a wide range of similar techniques in both sandstones and carbonates. Sandstone and carbonate reservoir quality both benefit from the study of modern analogues and experiments, but modelling approaches are currently quite different for these two types of reservoirs.

There are many common controls on sandstone and carbonate reservoir. The Reservoir Quality Prediction (RQP) of a sandstone reservoir is a fundamental activity aimed at the delivery of maps that may be used for the evaluation at the level of play/leads/prospects and, more in general, for the ranking of the different zones of an exploration.

Reservoir quality analysis is aimed at characterizing and locating favorable pore systems in the subsurface. Over the past two decades, and especially in the major deep-water plays, typical siliciclastic exploration targets have evolved from quartzose sandstones found in shallow, cool burial environments to sandstones that contain abundant chemically unstable grains and occur in deeper, hotter.

This article discusses methods for predicting the quality of sandstone reservoir systems. Sandstones vs. Carbonates. Sandstones and carbonates are the dominant reservoir rocks. Although quite similar, they are different.

Table 1 (after Choquette and Pray, ) compares variables affecting reservoir system quality for sandstones vs. carbonates. Evans J, Cade C, Bryant S () A geological approach to permeability prediction in clastic reservoirs. In: Kupecz JA, Gluyas J, Bloch S (eds). Reservoir Quality Prediction in Sandstones and Carbonates.

AAPG Memoir – Google ScholarCited by: 2. AAPG Bulletin,v. 86, no. 9 (September), pp. – Note on the importance of hydrocarbon fill for reservoir quality prediction in sandstonesFile Size: KB. In summary, the occurrences of high-quality reservoir sandstones that deviate from normal porosity-depth trends are attributed to the enhancement by dissolution of framework grains.

To conclude, the distribution of high-quality reservoirs of Xu-2 tight gas sandstones can be predicted by linking diagenesis to depositional facies to some by: Diagenesis and reservoir quality of the Upper Mississippian Aux Vases Sandstone, Illinois Basin / Janet K.

Pitman, Mitchell Henry, diagenetic processes affected the reservoir quality of sandstones, (3) construct regional reservoir-quality trends by mapping poros­ Diagenesis and Reservoir Quality of the Upper Mississippian Aux Vases Cited by: 2. Abstract: New Tools and Approaches in Reservoir Quality Prediction Reservoir quality is the main attribute that controls well productivity and field-wide performance.

Yet, even though oil companies have invested significantly in techniques to understand and predict reservoir quality, it still remains a significant challenge and source of.

In the context of the reservoir quality prediction within sequence stratigraphic framework, the late LST and early TST are suitable for deposition of chlorite precursor clays, which by progressive burial during diagenesis could be transformed to chlorite, and thus results in preserving original porosity and permeability in deep burial.

Reservoir Quality Prediction in Sandstones and Carbonates: An Overview Julie A. Kupecz, Jon G. Gluyas, and Salman Block Porosity Prediction in Frontier Basins: A Systematic Approach to Estimating Subsurface Reservoir Quality From Outcrop Samples R.C. Tobin vii 1 2 Prediction of Porosity in Compacted Sands Jon G.

Gluyas and Christopher A. Cade 3. Organisms play an important role and have direct role in determining the reservoir quality. Processes like compaction, lithification and other diagenetic events result in large variations in the reservoir quality of carbonates. Sedimentology Carbonate sediments are particularly sensitive to environmental changes.

Abstract. This paper investigated the porosity controlling factors for tight sandstone reservoir in the Daniudi gas field, Ordos Basin based on an integrated petrographic, petrophysical and geostatistical analyses, and proposed a comprehensive prediction model for reservoir by: 4.

This course is designed to emphasize the following topics: (1) Historical perspective on previous and current empirical, and geochemical methods of reservoir quality prediction; (2) Overview of diagenetic processes which significantly impact reservoir quality and those factors which act as major controls on those processes; (3) Proper design of a comprehensive or limited-focus predictive.

@article{osti_, title = {Secondary reservoir porosity in the course of sandstone diagenesis}, author = {Schmidt, V and McDonald, D A}, abstractNote = {Secondary porosity plays an important role in the diagenesis of sandstones.

The volume of secondary porosity equals or exceeds that of primary porosity in the sandstones of many sedimentary basins worldwide and a significant percentage of. Reservoir quality is one of the important factors to control hydrocarbon accumulation and recovery efficiency [1,2,3,4,5,6].

Investigation of the controls on reservoir quality are of great importance for prediction of reservoir heterogeneity and management of oil and gas recovery. a.m. - a.m. Chair (s): G. De Prisco, J. Moldowan. Pore Pressure Regional Model and Related Sweet Spots Prediction for an Unconventional Play Through a Basin Modelling Approach.

De Prisco, O. Lauvrak, M. Berger. Origin of Quartz Cementation and Implications for the Upper Paleozoic Tight Sandstone Reservoirs, Northern Ordos Basin. The clay minerals e.g. kaolinite, smectite, illite, chlorite, etc. are ubiquitous in the targeting rocks of oil and gas exploration. During the early age (s) of worldwide oil exploration, clay minerals were studied to predict the quality of organic rick source rock and generation mechanism when scientists tried to investigate the origin of oil and gas (Grim,Brooks, ).Cited by: The reservoir sandstones of the Deimena Formation in the South Kandava structure had an average porosity of 21%, identical to the porosity of rocks in the E6 structure, but twice higher average permeability, and mD, respectively.

The estimated good reservoir quality of these sandstones was assessed as ‘appropriate’ for CGS. @article{osti_, title = {Diagenetic heterogeneity and reservoir quality: Fluvial, deltaic, and turbiditic sandstone reservoirs, Potiguar and Reconcavo rift basins, Brazil}, author = {Moraes, M.A.S.

and Surdam, R.C.}, abstractNote = {Fluvial and lacustrine (deltaic and turbiditic) sandstones are major hydrocarbon reservoirs in the onshore Potiguar and Reconcavo rift basins in.Diagenesis and reservoir quality of Miocene sandstones in the Vienna Basin, Austria Susanne Giera,*, Richard H.

Wordenb, William D. Johnsc, Hans Kurzweila aDepartment of Geodynamics and Sedimentology, University of Vienna, Althanstra A Wien, Austria b Department of Earth and Ocean Sciences, University of Liverpool, 4 Brownlow Street, Liverpool L69 3GP, UK.Carbonate Depositional Patterns and Diagenesis: Implications for Reservoir Quality in the Wolfcamp Formation, Winkler County, Texas A.

Morrell, M. Hemenway, M. Nieto, H. Garza, Y. Faulkner Sedimentary Characteristics of a Mixed Siliciclastic-Carbonate System and their Controlling Factors in a Rifted Lacustrine Basin: A Case Study from the.