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Volume 9, Issue 2, April 2020, Page: 61-64
Research Methods of Different Levels of Reservoirs Based on Seismic Data
Wen Yelong, Hainan Brahnch of Ankehongke Ltd, Haikou, China
Received: Nov. 14, 2019;       Accepted: Jan. 7, 2020;       Published: Mar. 6, 2020
DOI: 10.11648/j.earth.20200902.12      View  47      Downloads  35
Abstract
The lack of drilling data is a difficult problem in the study of reservoir configuration under the condition of sparse well pattern. In this paper, the seismic data are fully excavated, and the methods of frequency RGB fusion, small scale river sand attribute fusion and horizontal well data combination are used to study the river level, the level point bar level, and the internal configuration of point bar. The frequency division RGB fusion method has a good effect on the characterization of large-scale channel reservoirs, especially the channel stacking period and channel boundary response. The integrated attributes of river channel and sand body distribution method has a good effect on depicting the small-scale end river channel and abandoned river channel, and on this basis, the research on point bar sand body is consistent with the actual drilling. The high-precision edge detection section and RGB fusion section are superimposed to display the development of lateral volume, and verify with the actual horizontal well. River facies reservoirs of different scales have been verified by drilling with targeted research techniques. The results show that under the condition of sparse well pattern, well-seismic combination is the key to the division of small-scale sedimentary units, multi-attribute fusion under high-resolution seismic data is an important means to identify and depict point bar and abandoned river channels, and the application of horizontal well data is a supplementary means to test results and depict lateral accumulation. The research results have achieved good application results in guiding the actual production of oil field.
Keywords
Reservoir Configuration, Point Bar Sand Body, Abandoned Channel, Seismic Fusion Attribute
To cite this article
Wen Yelong, Research Methods of Different Levels of Reservoirs Based on Seismic Data, Earth Sciences. Vol. 9, No. 2, 2020, pp. 61-64. doi: 10.11648/j.earth.20200902.12
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