March 11, 2003


Description

To reduce the uncertainty in the estimation of hydrocarbon in place and fluid contact in tight gas reservoirs, it is essential to integrate core data and log analysis. A newly developed saturation-height approach from core data has been successfully applied to calibrate log analysis to better define petrophysical properties such as formation water saturation and free water level in tight gas reservoirs. The application of this approach has played a critical role in exploration and development decision-making processes for tight gas reservoirs. This presentation introduces a new integrated saturation-height approach, the application to tight gas reservoirs, the avoided failure, and the captured opportunity.
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Organizer

Alton Ahrens


Date and Time

Tue, March 11, 2003

11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
(GMT-0500) US/Central

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Location

Greenspoint Club, 16925 Northchase