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By Geological Society Publishing

ISBN-10: 1862391300

ISBN-13: 9781862391307

This book introduces the newly constructed, built-in self-discipline of fracture and in-situ rigidity characterization of hydrocarbon reservoirs, via sixteen well-illustrated case experiences. those hide quite a lot of instruments, from borehole scale (logs and center) to reservoir scale (e.g. 3-D and 4-D seismic). It additionally covers floor reports (outcrop and distant sensing). additionally, it addresses the impression of fractures and in-situ stresses on fluid flows and their simulation. the topic that this quantity offers with is gaining expanding curiosity with the development of applied sciences and transferring limitations of marginal fields into more difficult floor. Fractures and their reaction to current-day in-situ stresses became an important a part of reservoir characterization in deep tight reservoirs. furthermore, maturing reservoirs, that have been regarded as 'conventional' at discovery, are exhibiting indicators attribute of fractures and/or geomechanical contribution. This has result in the necessity to delineate the fractures and the stresses in those reservoirs and revise reservoir administration as a result. This quantity might be of curiosity to a large variety of readers from either educational and commercial institutes, who're getting to know and working with hydrocarbon reservoir characterization, simulation and administration.

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Science, 238,1105-1111. Data analysis, processing and 3D fracture network simulation at wellbore scale for fractured reservoir description E. ALIVERTI, M. BIRON, A. FRANCESCONI, D. MATTIELLO, S. NARDON & C. nardon@agip. it) Abstract: Three-dimensional fracture networks, combined from seismic scale to wellbore scale, can greatly enhance the knowledge of fracture contribution to hydrocarbon storage and flow inside the reservoir. This paper presents some techniques used at ENI-Agip for fracture network simulation at wellbore scale.

CESARO M. & MALETTI, G. 1999. Wellbore and core image data integration using Z&S software. In: Proceedings of the Recall User Meeting, London, April 1999. DERSHOWITZ, W. S. & HERDA, H. H. 1992. Interpretation of fracture spacing and intensity. In: Tillerson & Wawersik (eds) Rock Mechanics, Balkema, Rotterdam, 757-766. DYKE, C. G, WU, B. & MILTON-TAYLER, D. 1995. Advances in Characterising Natural-Fracture Permeability from Mud-Log Data. Paper SPE 25022,160. GILLESPIE, P. , HOWARD, J. J. WALSH, J.

CESARO M. & MALETTI, G. 1999. Wellbore and core image data integration using Z&S software. In: Proceedings of the Recall User Meeting, London, April 1999. DERSHOWITZ, W. S. & HERDA, H. H. 1992. Interpretation of fracture spacing and intensity. In: Tillerson & Wawersik (eds) Rock Mechanics, Balkema, Rotterdam, 757-766. DYKE, C. G, WU, B. & MILTON-TAYLER, D. 1995. Advances in Characterising Natural-Fracture Permeability from Mud-Log Data. Paper SPE 25022,160. GILLESPIE, P. , HOWARD, J. J. WALSH, J.

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