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Carbonates form a major oil and gas play around the world; however their complex deposition, texture, pore and fracture network contribute to the difficulties of modelling their heterogeneity. The course describes the different types, controlling factors, geometries and facies of Carbonates specifically looking at pinnacle and platform reefs, which are characteristic of Asia and the Middle East. The connection between porosity and permeability are fundamental to the success of understanding a carbonate reservoir. Some of the difficulties of understanding log data is due to microporosity, fractures and karst development inherent in the formation. Some of the key petrophysical measurements will be discussed and how to interpret the borehole images associated with carbonates. As well as looking at different methods of rock typing and best practices to building a static carbonate model.
The Origin of Carbonates
Identifying Different Carbonates from Core and Borehole images
Rock Typing Carbonates from Log Data
Pinnacle Reefs – Examples from reservoirs of SE Asia
Platform Carbonates – Examples from the Middle East
Petrophysicists, Geologists and Reservoir Engineers with some Oil & Gas experience
Carbonate depositional environments
Carbonate facies and facies associations
Rock Typing carbonate Facies
Understanding the impact of fractures on the reservoir
A proficient knowledge in Geology, petrophysics or reservoir engineering, with a basic knowledge of Formation Evaluation preferable
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