Increased Oil-In-Place In Low Resistivity Reservoirs from Multicomponent Induction Log Data


E Kriegshauser, O.N. Fanini, S. Forgang, R.A. Mollison, L. Yu, BakerAtlas, PK Gupta, Roorkee University,
JM V. Koelman, Petroleum Development Oman, J van Popta, Shell EP Technology

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Delineation of productive low-resistivity reservoirs is a challenge frequently encountered in hydrocarbon exploration. Proper identification and characterization of these reservoirs is essential to recover their reserves. An example of such a reservoir is a finely laminated sand/shale sequence of which the sand laminae contain hydrocarbons found, for example, in turbidite environments.