Over the past 20 years there has been a major growth in efforts to quantify the geometry and dimensions of sediment bodies from analogues to provide quantitative input to geological models. The aim of this volume is to examine the current state of the art, from both an industry and an academic perspective. Contributions discuss the challenges of extracting relevant data from different types of sedimentary analogue (outcrop, process models, seismic) and the application and significance of such information for improving predictions from subsurface static and dynamic models. Special attention is given to modelling reservoir properties and gridding issues for predicting subsurface fluid flow. As such, the volume is expected to be of interest to both the geoscience community concerned with the fundamentals of sedimentary architecture as well as geological modellers and engineers interested in how these characteristics are modelled and influence subsurface predictions.Piggott, M. D., Gorman, G. J., Pain, C. C., Allison, P. A., Candy, A. S., Martin, B. T. aamp; Wells, M. R. 2008. ... Eclipse 100 Manual. Sech ... Impact of sequencebased correlation style on reservoir model behaviour, lower Brent Group, North Cormorant Field, UK North Sea ... SPE Reservoir Evaluation and Engineering, 2, 341a350.
|Title||:||Sediment-Body Geometry and Heterogeneity|
|Author||:||A.W. Martinius, J.A. Howell , T. Good|
|Publisher||:||Geological Society of London - 2014-07-28|