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Multi-Disciplinary Analysis of Tight Gas Sandst...

SKU: GRI-00/0026
Multi-Disciplinary Analysis of Tight Gas Sandstone Reservoirs, Almond Formation, Siberia Ridge Field, Greater Green River Basin

A fully integrated geophysical, geologic, and engineering database was constructed that includes petrographic and core analyses, high quality log suites, 3-D seismic, production, and completion data. Details, including the Siberia Ridge database, engineering spreadsheets, supplementary reports, cross sections, a bibliography, log plots, core data, and well data, are included as appendix files on an enclosed CD-ROM.
Document Type
Report and Computer File
Report Type
Topical report
Report Period
01/97 - 01/00
Corporate Source
Schlumberger Holdith-Reservoir Technologies, Inc., Denver, CO; The Discovery Group, Inc., Denver, CO; BP Amoco, Houston, TX; Rice University, Department of Chemical Engineering, Houston, TX; Schlumberger GeoQuest, Englewood, CO
Sponsor
GRI, Chicago, IL
Pagination
339p
Product Media
CD-ROM
$295.00 / Each
 
Availability: In Stock
Summary:
The research objective of this project was to establish a working reservoir characterization and database for the Almond Formation in the Siberia Ridge Field, Greater Green River Basin (GGRB), Wyoming, resulting in an effective definition of recoverable gas resources and net pay, and a methodology to better explore and exploit tight gas resources. The reservoir characterization was achieved by licensing 3-D seismic data, by drilling and evaluating a test well with an industry partner, and by acquiring pertinent well data. A fully integrated geophysical, geologic, and engineering database was constructed that includes petrographic and core analyses, high quality log suites, 3-D seismic, production, and completion data. Details, including the Siberia Ridge database, engineering spreadsheets, supplementary reports, cross sections, a bibliography, log plots, core data, and well data, are included as appendix files on an enclosed CD-ROM. The enhanced reservoir understanding provided by this multidisciplinary study will impact well economics by decreasing risk and increasing recoverable reserves through improved site selection, pay determination, natural fracture characterization, completion optimization, and recompletion potential.
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