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Integrated Reservoir Characterization Study of a Carbonate Ramp Reservoir: Seminole San Andres Unit, Gaines County, Texas

Summary One of the most important aspects in creating geologic and reservoir models is to establish geologic frameworks. The two most important scales for estimating shallow-water carbonate ramp reservoirs are HFC's and rock-fabric units. The most accurate framework for constructing geologic and reservoir models can be obtained by varying petrophysical properties in rock-fabric flow units, according to HFC's definitions. In terms of the ratio of vertical permeability to horizontal permeability, permeability in the vertical direction was investigated. This ratio decreases exponentially as the vertical gridblock size increases to the maximum cycle length of 20 ft and remains at a value of 0. 6 for a gridblock size of more than 20 ft, which is the average thickness of HFC's.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.2118/36515-pa

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