Geostatistics for optimizing reservoir characterization
Geostatistics provides the most efficient framework to build accurate and reliable static models of reservoirs.
Geostatistics is valuable at all steps of the geomodeling process:
- Seismic data quality control and enhancement;
- Time-to-depth conversion and optimal mapping of horizons;
- Structural uncertainty quantification;
- Facies distribution in various geological environments;
- Petrophysical properties distribution;
- Uncertainty quantification on Volumetrics.
Geovariances puts its Oil & Gas industry knowledge, continuous innovation and geostatistical expertise at your service to guarantee the quality and reliability of your geological models.
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Using Seismic Attributes to Estimate Net Thickness in Pinch-Out Areas – Marlim Deep Water Turbidite Oilfield, Campos Basin | Presented at 2005 SPE Latin American and Caribbean Petroleum Engineering Conference by R.M. Oliveira, N.M. da S. Ribeiro Júnior, P.R. Schroeder Johann (SPE), L.F.C. Júnior, D.E. Steagall, P.A. Kerber and Marimônica R. J. Carvalho (Petrobras)
Multi-layer Reservoir Modeling | Presented in 2000 by J. Deraisme (Geovariances), O. Allen (Geovariances), D. Renard (Centre de Géostatistiques - ENSMP)
Geostatiscal Analysis of Meandering Processes and Channel Migration: Case Study of Modern Analogues for the Long Nab Member, Scalby Formation, Yorkshire, UK | Example of Flumy use
Use of connection constraints for checking and enhancing geological models
Mapping with Auxiliary Data of Varying Accuracy
Geobodies Stochastic Analysis for Geological Model Parameter Inference
Local Geostatistical Filtering Using Seismic Attributes