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Single Well Study - Well 'B' - Wytch Farm

Single Well Study - Well 'B' - Wytch Farm

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This report aims to evaluate the Sherwood Sandstone as drilled in Well B. It contains a core evaluation; sedimentological and environmental interpretation as well as petrophysical evaluation of logs and statistical analysis of core plug data; porosity and permeability. By these means it is hoped to qualitatively evaluate the expected performance of the well in terms of the pay interval and moveable hydrocarbon. Flow rates are beyond the scope of this report.
This report aims to evaluate the Sherwood Sandstone as drilled in Well B. It contains a core evaluation; sedimentological and environmental interpretation as well as petrophysical evaluation of logs and statistical analysis of core plug data; porosity and permeability. By these means it is hoped to qualitatively evaluate the expected performance of the well in terms of the pay interval and moveable hydrocarbon. Flow rates are beyond the scope of this report.

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Published by: James Bowkett on Mar 30, 2011
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Single Well Study-Well B James Bowkett
Contents
List of Figures..................................................................................................2List of Tables...................................................................................................2List of Equations..............................................................................................2Acknowledgements................................................................................................4Executive Summary...............................................................................................4Introduction...........................................................................................................4Core Description....................................................................................................4Structural/Regional Geology..................................................................................8Petrophysics........................................................................................................10Quality Control..............................................................................................11Petrophysical Summary (Figure 23)............................................................11Core Correlation / Core Shift..........................................................................12Borehole Corrections.....................................................................................12Log Analyses.................................................................................................14Shale Volume................................................................................................15Porosity.........................................................................................................15Permeability/Permeability Prediction from Porosity.......................................17Water Saturation...........................................................................................18Net Pay Analysis............................................................................................19Poro/Perm Excel..........................................................................................21Conclusions..........................................................................................................25References...........................................................................................................25Appendices..........................................................................................................26Appendices1
 
Single Well Study-Well B James Bowkett
List of Figures
Figure 2- River Cross-Sections: (a) meandering; (b) anastomosing; (c) braided.Allen (1964); Smith and Smith (1980; Smith and Cant (1982)...............................5Figure 1 - Triassic Sherwood Sandstone (Meadows & Beach, 1993)......................5Figure 3 - Reservoir Schematic (McKie et al, 1998) Height 150m..........................6Figure 4 - Sedimentological Description and Interpretation...................................7Figure 5 – Depocentres and structural evolution of Southern England; a) Permo- Triassic b) Jurassic-Cretaceous c) Cenozoic (Underhill & Stoneley, 1998).............8Figure 6 – N-S Cross-Sections (Present & Late Cretaceous) through Wytch FarmOilfield illustrating rotated fault blocks. (Underhill & Stoneley, 1998)...................9Figure 7 - Original Data.......................................................................................10Figure 8 - Logged Section 1639-1949 (C Koeninger). Chris’ logs were used asthey coincide with a large change of GR.............................................................12Figure 9 - Which resistivity tool to use?...............................................................13Figure 10- Cross-plot of CPHI vs CKH...................................................................17Figure 11 – Porosity and Permeability Histograms...............................................22Figure 12- Lorenz Plot of Horizontal Permeability................................................23Figure 13 - Lorenz Plot of Vertical Permeability...................................................23Figure 14 – Cloud Variogram & Directional Variogram........................................24Figure 15 - Sedimentary Log (1631-1636m)........................................................26Figure 16 – Sedimentary Log (1636-1641m).......................................................27Figure 17 - Resistivity (Recieved, Corrected, Rt/Rxo & Diameter of Invasion).....28Figure 18 - Shale Volume (Vsh)...........................................................................29Figure 19 - Neutron-Porosity Cross-plot...............................................................30Figure 20 - Neutron-Sonic Cross-plot...................................................................31Figure 21 - Porosity Analysis Curves....................................................................32Figure 22 - Permeability Analysis.........................................................................33Figure 23 - Water Saturation, Hydrocarbon Saturation and MoveableHydrocarbon Saturation.......................................................................................34Figure 24 - Final Composite (with Gross Reservoir & Net Pay)............................35
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