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Rock Reservoir Properties from the Comprehensive Interpretation of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance and Mercury Injection Porosimetry Laboratory Results.

Jarzyna JA, Krakowska PI, Puskarczyk E, Semyrka R - Appl Magn Reson (2014)

Bottom Line: Combination of laboratory measurements res ults of various properties, i.e. porosity, density, permeability and mineral composition, was done to get additional factors useful in fluid flow description in the Miocene sandy-shaly formation.Special computer processing of nuclear magnetic resonance outcomes and mercury injection porosimetry results turned out to be useful in the estimation of the relationships facilitating the reservoir characterization and defining new helpful factors.Determination of the relationships between groups of quantities describing pore space of rock formation was presented as the basis for permeability prediction and for relationships extrapolation into interesting areas.

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Affiliation: Faculty of Geology, Geophysics and Environment Protection, AGH University of Science and Technology, al. Mickiewicza 30, 30-059 Krakow, Poland.

ABSTRACT

Combination of laboratory measurements res ults of various properties, i.e. porosity, density, permeability and mineral composition, was done to get additional factors useful in fluid flow description in the Miocene sandy-shaly formation. Special computer processing of nuclear magnetic resonance outcomes and mercury injection porosimetry results turned out to be useful in the estimation of the relationships facilitating the reservoir characterization and defining new helpful factors. Determination of the relationships between groups of quantities describing pore space of rock formation was presented as the basis for permeability prediction and for relationships extrapolation into interesting areas.

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Standard presentation of NMR laboratory experiment results, M-1 well, sample 9831
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Fig10: Standard presentation of NMR laboratory experiment results, M-1 well, sample 9831

Mentions: NMR laboratory experiments provided the basic values, i.e. volume of irreducible water closed in clay minerals (Kp1), volume of capillary water bounded in small diameter pores (Kp2) and volume of free water which can be produced from rock formation (Kp3) (Fig. 10). In the next step Kp1, Kp2 and Kp3 were the start points to calculate the detailed information about porosity (total and effective) and irreducible water saturation [37]. The basis for the division of T2 distribution into three parts (Kp1, Kp2 and Kp3) is the adoption of proper cut-offs. They are determined as a result of combining outcomes of laboratory experiments with samples of variable saturation and NMR results obtained on the same samples. In this research we used typical cut-offs for clastic formations equal to 3 and 33 ms [38].Fig. 10


Rock Reservoir Properties from the Comprehensive Interpretation of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance and Mercury Injection Porosimetry Laboratory Results.

Jarzyna JA, Krakowska PI, Puskarczyk E, Semyrka R - Appl Magn Reson (2014)

Standard presentation of NMR laboratory experiment results, M-1 well, sample 9831
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Related In: Results  -  Collection

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Fig10: Standard presentation of NMR laboratory experiment results, M-1 well, sample 9831
Mentions: NMR laboratory experiments provided the basic values, i.e. volume of irreducible water closed in clay minerals (Kp1), volume of capillary water bounded in small diameter pores (Kp2) and volume of free water which can be produced from rock formation (Kp3) (Fig. 10). In the next step Kp1, Kp2 and Kp3 were the start points to calculate the detailed information about porosity (total and effective) and irreducible water saturation [37]. The basis for the division of T2 distribution into three parts (Kp1, Kp2 and Kp3) is the adoption of proper cut-offs. They are determined as a result of combining outcomes of laboratory experiments with samples of variable saturation and NMR results obtained on the same samples. In this research we used typical cut-offs for clastic formations equal to 3 and 33 ms [38].Fig. 10

Bottom Line: Combination of laboratory measurements res ults of various properties, i.e. porosity, density, permeability and mineral composition, was done to get additional factors useful in fluid flow description in the Miocene sandy-shaly formation.Special computer processing of nuclear magnetic resonance outcomes and mercury injection porosimetry results turned out to be useful in the estimation of the relationships facilitating the reservoir characterization and defining new helpful factors.Determination of the relationships between groups of quantities describing pore space of rock formation was presented as the basis for permeability prediction and for relationships extrapolation into interesting areas.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Faculty of Geology, Geophysics and Environment Protection, AGH University of Science and Technology, al. Mickiewicza 30, 30-059 Krakow, Poland.

ABSTRACT

Combination of laboratory measurements res ults of various properties, i.e. porosity, density, permeability and mineral composition, was done to get additional factors useful in fluid flow description in the Miocene sandy-shaly formation. Special computer processing of nuclear magnetic resonance outcomes and mercury injection porosimetry results turned out to be useful in the estimation of the relationships facilitating the reservoir characterization and defining new helpful factors. Determination of the relationships between groups of quantities describing pore space of rock formation was presented as the basis for permeability prediction and for relationships extrapolation into interesting areas.

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