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SEG postconventional workshop - W14: “Evidence and understanding of frequency and scale dependencies of rock properties: Fabric, textures and rock physics modelling at reservoir scale”

posted Jun 10, 2017, 10:18 AM by IARP Admin   [ updated Jun 10, 2017, 1:33 PM ]










Dear all,


The organizers of W14 workshop will run a Postconventional Workshop at SEG annual meeting on Friday 29 2017  


W14: “Evidence and understanding of frequency and scale dependencies of rock properties: Fabric, textures and rock physics modelling at reservoir scale

 

Syllabus:

The ultimate goal in geophysics is to characterize subsurface rock properties and fluid content at different scales.  The understanding why petrophysical properties of rocks are different at different scales and how to use them correctly in upscaling are crucial for reservoir modelling. In this workshop, we will review the current state of the understanding of the scale and time dependency of multi-physics properties of rocks.  The following themes are expected to be addressed from both theoretical and experimental point of view: variations of rocks lithology, porosity, permeability at micro, core, borehole and reservoir scales; rock mechanical properties variations including a difference between static and dynamic moduli, elastic moduli and attenuation dispersion; upscaling from micro to reservoir scale.

 

 

If you want to contribute to this topic, please send proposed title and a short abstract to PCW organizers: Maxim Lebedev (Curtin University)  M.Lebedev@curtin.edu.au ,  Mark Chapman (University of Edinburgh)  Mark.Chapman@ed.ac.uk , Erik Saenger (Ruhr-Universität Bochum) erik.saenger@rub.de , Vadim Lisitsa (IPGG) lisitsavv@ipgg.sbras.ru , Ran Bachrach (Schlumberger) rbachrach@slb.com

 

Please note that the speaker at this workshop will get 50% discount off the workshops. If registered before July 1st.

This year there is an opportunity to have your workshop abstracts published to SEG Digital library. Of course this is optional.

The list of workshops is available at the SEG annual meeting website:  

https://protect-au.mimecast.com/s/NX12B5hY9Vz2H4?domain=seg.org