Integrated Analysis Seismic Inversion and Rockphysics for Determining Secondary Porosity Distribution of Carbonate Reservoir at "fR" Field

Mohammad Syamsu Rosid, F. F. Augusta, M. W. Haidar

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Abstract

In general, carbonate secondary pore structure is very complex due to the significant diagenesis process. Therefore, the determination of carbonate secondary pore types is an important factor which is related to study of production. This paper mainly deals not only to figure out the secondary pores types, but also to predict the distribution of the secondary pore types of carbonate reservoir. We apply Differential Effective Medium (DEM) for analyzing pore types of carbonate rocks. The input parameter of DEM inclusion model is fraction of porosity and the output parameters are bulk moduli and shear moduli as a function of porosity, which is used as input parameter for creating Vp and Vs modelling. We also apply seismic post-stack inversion technique that is used to map the pore type distribution from 3D seismic data. Afterward, we create porosity cube which is better to use geostatistical method due to the complexity of carbonate reservoir. Thus, the results of this study might show the secondary porosity distribution of carbonate reservoir at "FR" field. In this case, North - Northwest of study area are dominated by interparticle pores and crack pores. Hence, that area has highest permeability that hydrocarbon can be more accumulated.

Original languageEnglish
Article number012175
JournalJournal of Physics: Conference Series
Volume1013
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 18 May 2018
Event4th International Seminar of Mathematics, Science and Computer Science Education, MSCEIS 2017 - Bandung, Indonesia
Duration: 14 Oct 201714 Oct 2017

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