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Understand fluid and phase behavior

Understanding the reservoir matrix and how fluids move within it are important to long-term strategic production goals. In some cases the presence of fractures may provide the primary pathways for fluids migration.

Carbonate reservoirs

A significant amount of the world’s oil and gas reserves are held in carbonate reservoirs. Reservoirs formed of carbonate rocks have matrix complexities such as fracture corridors and variations in porosity and permeability. Understanding the distribution of these features is important for planning future wells for optimum drainage.

Crosswell imaging

Should several wells be drilled in proximity to one another, detailed images of fluid distribution of the reservoir between these wells can be obtained through crosswell electromagnetic imaging of the interwell space.

Reservoir simulation for planning facilities

Understanding how fluids will flow from each compartment of a reservoir is critical to developing appropriate facilities and infrastructure for long-term deepwater developments.

ECLIPSE reservoir engineering software improves knowledge of fluid and phase behavior and how phases may change under different reservoir conditions, including depth. The result is more confidence in planning-decisions.

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Confirm Water Sweep Dimensions and Extent

Instead of logging just the near-well environment, DeepLook-EM service accurately images fluid flow between boreholes up to 1,000 m [3,280 ft] apart. Read case study

Visualize Fractured Reservoirs

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