Heterogeneous Carbonate Reservoirs: Ensuring Consistency of Subsurface Models by Maximizing the Use of Saturation Height Models and Dynamic Data
by Iulian N Hulea, Shell, SPWLA Distinguished Speaker
was presented on the 4 th of May 2016.
We will review formation evaluation methods focused on reducing the uncertainty of reservoir thickness and volumes of hydrocarbons-in-place. Two case studies will describe the applications of NMR and dielectric dispersion logs to the evaluation of a heavy-oil reservoir under steam injection offshore West Africa, and of a bioclastic carbonate reservoir from a highly deviated drain offshore UK.
Michel Claverie, CV
Michel Claverie is the Petrophysics Technical Director for Schlumberger Wireline. He was a Wireline field engineer in Australia, Indonesia and India; a reservoir engineer and petrophysicist in Kuwait, Damascus, Stavanger, Buenos-Aires, Perth (WA) and Kuala-Lumpur, before moving to Paris in 2007 as the Petrophysics Advisor at Schlumberger Wireline headquarters. Since 2011, he has provided log acquisition and interpretation support to Europe and Africa operations from London, and recently returned to his global role at Wireline headquarters.
Michel holds a MEng. in Petroleum Engineering from Herriot-Watt university, Edinburgh (1986). He is the current SPWLA Regional Director for Europe (2015-17).