|WS14||Friday 03 June 2016|
|Title:||Geophysics and Geomechanics, Jointly Applied to Subsurface Characterization|
|Convenors:||Adam Cherrett (Maersk Oil)
Ole Jørgensen (Maersk Oil)
Pierre Thore (Total E&P)
Paul Hatchell (Shell)
This workshop is aimed at a multidisciplinary geoscience and engineering audience, particularly those working with deforming reservoirs and other geomechanical problems outside the oil industry. Much of the work concerning monitoring of dynamic effects can also be applied to problems such as prediction of pore fluid pressures before drilling.
This workshop will provide an opportunity to share methods and case studies using 4D seismic over deforming reservoirs, but we are also looking forward to submissions on a wide range of monitoring techniques. These can include, but are not limited to, seismic velocities, borehole sonic measurements, micro- and tele-seismic observations, geodesy, satellite altimetry, bathymetry, gravity and other potential field methods. Likewise, submissions are encouraged on solid- or geo-mechanics modelling techniques linking to geophysics and seismic. The mutual dependence between confining stress, subsurface heterogeneity and elastic properties points the way towards tighter integration of the geophysical and geomechanical disciplines. This workshop is aimed at participants from a range of disciplines, particularly those working with deforming reservoirs and reservoir dynamics in general. Many of the methods to be discussed pertaining to dynamic effects have applications to problems such as the prediction of pore fluid pressures prior to drilling and production injection performance.
A wide variety of work fits into the theme of this workshop. We are calling for abstracts concerned with various types of monitoring, including:
• Use of (Static, 3D) Seismic Velocities
• Use of 4D Seismic Data
• Borehole Sonic Measurements
• Microseismic Observations
• Teleseismic Observations
• Geodesy, Satellite Altimetry and Bathymetry
• Gravity and Other Potential Field Methods
Who should attend?
This workshop is aimed at participants from a range of disciplines, particularly those working with deforming reservoirs and reservoir dynamics in general. Many of the methods to be discussed pertaining to dynamic effects have applications to problems such as the prediction of pore fluid pressures prior to drilling and production injection performance.
*If you are interested in attending the workshop, make sure to register as soon as possible via the following webpage.
*A downloadable version can be found here
|09:30||WS14 A01 Simultaneous TV-regularized Time-lapse FWI with Application to Field Data
M. Maharramov (Stanford University), B.L. Biondi* (Stanford University) & M. Meadows (Chevron Energy Technology Company)
|11:15||WS14 B01 Time Shift and Time Strain Estimation Methods
A.J. Cherrett* (Maersk Oil)
|11:40||WS14 B02 R-factor Recovery via Geertsma's Pressure Inversion Assisted by Engineering Concepts
M.Y. Wong* (Heriot-Watt University) & C. MacBeth (Heriot-Watt University)
|13:30||WS14 C01 Overburden 4D Time Shifts Caused by Compacting Sandstone Reservoirs
T. Røste* (Statoil ASA), K. Duffaut (NTNU), M. Landrø (NTNU) & G. Ke (Statoil ASA)
|13:55||WS14 C02 Estimating the Dilation Factor Using Time-lapse Seismic Earth Quake Data
M. Landro* (Norwegian University of Science & Technology), S. Kodaira (JAMSTEC), T. No (JAMSTEC), W. Weibull (UIS) & B. Arntsen (NTNU)
|15:05||WS14 D01 Assessing the Influence of Production Induced Shear Deformation on Time-lapse Seismic Measurements
C.O.H. Hindriks* (Shell Global Solutions International) & S. Hol (Shell Global Solutions International)
|16:20||Wrap up and Closing|