North Sea Oil and Gas Reservoirs - III: Proceedings of the 3rd North Sea Oil and Gas Reservoirs Conference organized and hosted by the Norw by J.O. AasenNorth Sea Oil and Gas Reservoirs - III: Proceedings of the 3rd North Sea Oil and Gas Reservoirs Conference organized and hosted by the Norw by J.O. Aasen

North Sea Oil and Gas Reservoirs - III: Proceedings of the 3rd North Sea Oil and Gas Reservoirs…

byJ.O. AasenEditorE. Berg, A.T. Buller

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The first North Sea Oil and Gas Conference was held in Trondheim in 1985 as a part of the Norwegian Institute of Technology's 75th anniversary celebration. Favourable reactions from the delegates prompted the Organizing Committee to rerun the event in 1989. The response was again very encourag­ ing and led the Committee to conclude that the conference should be held on a regular basis so long as there is a demand for this type of gathering. The third conference in the series was held in 1992. The objectives of the conference series are fourfold: To bring together those who are engaged in various geoscientific and reservoir engineering aspects of North Sea oil and gas reservoirs in one forum; to demonstrate wherever possible the interdependence of the various disciplines and specializations; to promote innovative, synergetic approaches to research and development programmes aimed at North Sea conditions; and to reflect current trends in the reservoir sciences. The conference format has remained unchanged throughout the series. The present conference contained four field reviews by Amoco, Conoco, NAM Velsen, and Statoil, and four keynotes addresses by Professor R. Ewing, Dr. G. Geehan, Dr. D. Johnston, and Dr. F. Santarelli. Twenty-seven research papers were selected from the response to a Call for Papers in accordance with the aims of the conference and their technical contents.
Title:North Sea Oil and Gas Reservoirs - III: Proceedings of the 3rd North Sea Oil and Gas Reservoirs…Format:PaperbackDimensions:388 pages, 29.7 × 21 × 0.01 inPublished:November 8, 2012Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Introduction; J.O. Aasen. 1: The Heidrun Field; P.D. Hemmens, A. Hole, B.E. Reid, P.R.L. Leach, W.R. Landrum. 2: Valhall Field, Norway - the first ten years; N. Ali, T. Alcock. 3: Character and performance of small Rotliegend gas reservoirs, central offshore Netherlands; H.W. Frikken, J.B. Stark. 4: The Veslefrikk Field; P.-Å. Pedersen, R. Hauge, E. Berg. 1. The Logger Field: geology and reservoir characterization; L.S. Goh. 2. Wavelet processing by integration of well and 3D seismic data and its application to reservoir characterization of the Heidrun Field; R.D. Allred, E. Poggiagliolmi. 3. An AVO study on North Sea data; R.M. D'Angelo. 4. The Balder Field: Refined reservoir interpretation with the aid of high resolution seismic data and seismic attribute mapping; M. Rye-Larsen. 5. The use of permanent or semi-permanent sea-bottom acoustic sensors for reservoir seismic and reservoir surveillance; K. Berteussen. 1: Geologic reservoir heterogeneity databases and their application to integrated reservoir description; G.W. Geehan, A.J. Pearce. 6. Determination and interpretation of fault size populations: Procedures and problems; J.J. Walsh, J. Watterson, G. Yielding. 7. A structural simulation tool for faulted sandstone reservoirs: Exploratory study using field data from Utah and the Gullfaks Field; A.G. Koestler, A.G. Milnes, T.S. Olsen, A.T. Buller. 8. Nonparametric geostatistical studies of fault parameters in the Snorre Area, North Sea; R. Sinding-Larsen, R. Wen, G. Caillet. 9. Estimation of the effects of sub-seismic sealingfaults on effective permeabilities in sandstone reservoirs; A.E. Heath, J.J. Walsh, J. Watterson. 10. Impact of fault heterogeneity in fault zones on fluid flow; H. Omre, K. Sølna, N. Dahl, B. Tørudbakken. 11. The influence of natural fractures, faults and earth stresses on reservoir performance -- geomechanical analysis by numerical modelling; K.J. Heffer, N.C. Last, N.C. Koutsabeloulis, H.C.M. Chan, M. Gutierrez, A. Makurat. 12. Moheres -- A collection of stochastic models for describing heterogeneities in clastic reservoirs; K. Tyler, A. Henriquez, A. MacDonald, T. Svanes, L. Holden, A.L. Hektoen. 13. What reservoir characterisation is required for predicting waterflood performance in a high net-to-gross fluvial environment? A.D.W. Jones, G.W. Verly, J.K. Williams. 2: Recent developments in reservoir simulation; R.E. Ewing. 14. Three-dimensional reservoir simulation based on front tracking; F. Bratvedt, K. Bratvedt, C.F. Buchholz, T. Gimse, H. Holden, L. Holden, R. Olufsen, N.H. Risebro. 15. Simulation of flow in heterogenous reservoirs -- the advantages of front tracking techniques; D.T. Rian, Yue-lu You. 16. Rescaling of flow parameters using renormalization; P.R. King. 17. Scaling of the effective permeability in multifractal reservoirs; A. Saucier. 18. Simulation for planning and interpretation of a single well surfactant and tracer test; T. Bu, S.I. Aanonsen. 19. Evaluation of PVT-data from low permeability gas condensate reservoirs; J. Reffstrup, H. Olsen. 20. Gradient-driven migration in porous media: Experiments and simul