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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: A Methodology To Calibrate Water Saturation Estimated From 4d Seismic Data
Author: Davolio A.
Maschio C.
Schiozer D.J.
Abstract: Time-lapse seismic data can be used to estimate saturation changes within a reservoir, which is valuable information for reservoir management as it plays an important role in updating reservoir simulation models. The process of updating reservoir properties, history matching, can incorporate estimated saturation changes qualitatively or quantitatively. For quantitative approaches, reliable information from 4D seismic data is important. This work proposes a methodology to calibrate the volume of water in the estimated saturation maps, as these maps can be wrongly estimated due to problems with seismic signals (such as noise, errors associated with data processing and resolution issues). The idea is to condition the 4D seismic data to known information provided by engineering, in this case the known amount of injected and produced water in the field. The application of the proposed methodology in an inversion process (previously published) that estimates saturation from 4D seismic data is presented, followed by a discussion concerning the use of such data in a history matching process. The methodology is applied to a synthetic dataset to validate the results, the main of which are: (1) reduction of the effects of noise and errors in the estimated saturation, yielding more reliable data to be used quantitatively or qualitatively and (2) an improvement in the properties update after using this data in a history matching procedure.
Editor: Institute of Physics Publishing
Rights: fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1088/1742-2132/11/5/055001
Address: http://www.scopus.com/inward/record.url?eid=2-s2.0-84907654942&partnerID=40&md5=5e2f3e47c7a8c3a66804207263702c8b
Date Issue: 2014
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