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Abstract

This paper presents an innovative integrated workflow applied to the characterization of a fractured chalk reservoir in the Danish North Sea. The methodology uses simultaneous integration of geophysical, geological and engineering data to produce an improved reservoir description. Integrating dynamic flow data with the geophysical and geologic information in 3D, reservoir properties - porosity and effective permeability- are generated using artificial intelligence tools. The strength of this technique lies in the fact that property modeling is not constrained to match upscaled well data and consequently these data serve to validate the outcome.

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2008-01-14
2021-10-16
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