View the entire October 2011 issue of SPE Reservoir Evaluation & Engineering.
Seismic Data Integration
131310-PA – Preselection of Reservoir Models From a Geostatistics-Based Petrophysical Seismic Inversion
M. Le Ravalec-Dupin, SPE, G. Enchery, A. Baroni, and S. Da Veiga, IFP Energies Nouvelles
131538-PA – Seismic History Matching of Nelson Using Time-Lapse Seismic Data: An Investigation of 4D Signature Normalization
Alireza Kazemi, Karl D. Stephen, SPE, and Asghar Shams, Heriot-Watt University
Advanced Numerical Techniques
141207-PA – Near-Well-Subdomain Simulations for Accurate Inflow-Performance-Relationship Calculation To Improve Stability of Reservoir/Network Coupling
B. Gűyagűler, SPE, and V.J. Zapata, SPE, Chevron; H. Cao, SPE, Total; H.F. Stamati and J.A. Holmes, SPE, Schlumberger
(JPT, August 2011)
Reportedly, companies are struggling to find petrophysicists for their subsurface teams, especially companies exploiting unconventional resources that require a major petrophysical effort to unlock their reserves potential. How has this state of affairs come about? Read more in the August 2011 issue of JPT, including three paper summaries in formation evaluation.