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Useful Production Geology Links 
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Joined: Wed Aug 18, 2010 10:15 pm
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Post Re: Useful Production Geology Links
I don't know if this is the sort of integrated workflow you are talking about, but the ocean store hosts a GEO2Flow plugin: http://www.ocean.slb.com/Pages/Product. ... d=PG2F-B1#

I haven't tested it out as it is not really my cup of tea, but it states the following:

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Geo2Flow uses patented technology for identifying reservoir compartments, for calculating 3D permeabilities consistent with saturation logs, and for ensuring 3D saturations that are physically realistic and match their corresponding logs exactly.


Mon Mar 28, 2011 9:34 pm

Joined: Wed Aug 18, 2010 10:15 pm
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Post Re: Useful Production Geology Links
Oh, and this might do something similar:
http://www.ocean.slb.com/Pages/Product. ... id=PMPO-B1

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The MEPO Link plug-in for Petrel allows engineers to implement ‘closed loop’ geology-to-engineering workflows for uncertainty and optimisation applications, driven by MEPO in conjunction with Petrel and your reservoir simulator.


Mon Mar 28, 2011 9:38 pm

Joined: Fri Feb 18, 2011 3:17 pm
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Post Re: Useful Production Geology Links
Yes, I use Petrel and I'm a reasonably experienced with it.

I work as a production geologist, contracting these days. I'm on contract to a company called DANA which is now part of the Korean National Oil Company, although up until last year I had worked for several years at Shell.

I think the book reflects my experience as a working production geologist and there is a lot of practical advice in it. I've had feedback from friends and colleagues and 'pragmatic' seems to be the verdict. I'm aware that there are a lot of youngsters world-wide starting their career in production geology and the book has to some extent been written for them. It has cook book style to it! (take an oil field, lightly fry it in butter, add some seasoning ....). Nevertheless, I'm told that more experienced geologists also get a lot out of it.


Tue Mar 29, 2011 10:37 am

Joined: Wed Sep 01, 2010 10:06 pm
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Post Re: Useful Production Geology Links
Aha, working for Dana. Are you working on all their fields in the North Sea?

...but, the main reason for my response:
Have you seen the new article in the April AAPG Bulletin on Fault Facies and their effect on fluid flow. When I read it, I immediately thought about our discussion here and remembered you where also interested in addressing Fault Facies classification in your new book.
Just wanted to make sure this didn't slip past you: http://search.datapages.com/data/bullet ... N09132.HTM

I had a quick read, but will need to spend some time on it to grasp exactly what their doing...


Fri Apr 01, 2011 2:10 pm
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