"Novel Digital Rock Typing and Fluid Flow Properties using Digital Rock Analysis" at the SPE Reservoir Engineering Luncheon

Join us at the upcoming SPE Reservoir Engineering Luncheon on September 21st. We will be discussing a case study where we aid in the prediction of representative rock types by quickly integrating pore morphology data and petrophysical properties derived from Digital Rock Analysis. This improved phased rock typing ultimately leads to a more accurate characterization of both porosity and permeability for dual porosity and highly laminated systems as well as improved upscaling. 

The different rock types also gave distinct capillary and flow properties that could be linked to the rock structure and pore type of the samples. The Lattice Boltzmann based pore-level fluid calculations provided realistic fluid distributions in the 3D rock volume that are consistent with pore-scale physical phenomena. This type of analysis demonstrates the added value of the digital technology in producing reliable SCAL data and its effectiveness in providing advanced interpretations at multiple scales in relatively short timeframes.

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Speaker Avrami Grader

Organizer SPE Reservoir Engineering Group


Tue, Sept. 20, 2016
11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
(GMT-0500) US/Central


Sullivans Steakhouse
4608 Westheimer Rd
Houston, TX 77007
United States