Data acquisition and interpretation challenges on the Johan Sverdrup Field
by Sven Erik Foyn, Lundin
presented on the 5 th of June, 2013
The Deep Directional Electromagnetic LWD tool has been under field test for the last few years in the North Sea and elsewhere. In this presentation we will show introduce the tool, the multilayer inversion processing, and show an array of different field applications of this new service to date.
The real-time inversion is automatic, runs continuously and does not require user inputs such as shoulder resistivity or expected number of layers. The field tests reviewed show that the service brings value in landing, reservoir delineation and geosteering applications.
Sven Erik Foyn, CV
Sven Erik Foyn graduated from NTNU in Trondheim in 1999 with a Masters degree in geology. He started his career as mudlogger and moved on to LWD in Halliburton. In 2005 he moved on to AGR petroleum services as a petrophysicist before joining Lundin Norway in 2010. As a consultant petrophysicist he was involved in exploration and field development work for several clients. Today he is the Lundin petrophysicist on the Johan Sverdrup Field.