Early Bird Registration Deadline: 29 December 2012

Society of Petroleum Engineers
12–14 February 2013 | The Addres Hotel, Dubai Marina | Dubai, UAE

SPE Applied Technology Workshop Advanced Carbonate Reservoir Characterisation
Who Should Attend
• Production Engineers • Well Stimulation Engineers • Reservoir Engineers • Geologists • Chemists • Geophysicists • Petrophysicists

Committee Members Co-Chairperson Maher Marhoon
Saudi Aramco

Workshop Description
Most of the world’s hydrocarbon reserves exist in carbonate reservoirs. Latest studies show that sixty percent of the world’s oil and forty percent of the world’s gas reserves are held in carbonate reservoirs. In the Middle East, with the world’s largest reserves of hydrocarbons, has more than seventy percent of oil reserves and ninety percent of gas reserves in carbonate reservoirs. Hydrocarbons have been produced from carbonate reservoirs for decades and the potential in those reservoirs is still promising. Understanding carbonate reservoirs is extremely important to utilise them to their full potential. However, full understanding is faced with several challenges. Mineralogy, geomechanics, diagenesis, and heterogeneity are among the aspects that need to be understood to characterise carbonate reservoirs. Pore size distribution and permeability estimations are among the challenges that need to be overcome. Reservoir rock typing, fluid saturation in mixed salinity environment, and wettability are outstanding issues in carbonate characterisation. Dynamic properties of multiphase fluid flow behaviour at nano scale to wellbore scale are emerging areas of new knowledge in carbonate characterisation. Several new developments can help in the characterisation of carbonate reservoirs. Geophysical, geomechanical, and petrophysical developed technologies are vital in improving abilities to characterise carbonate reservoirs. NMR and dielectric have helped in bringing new light to carbonate understanding of pore and fluid systems. Integration of geomechanics into reservoir architecture in relation to flow behaviour is an area that requires deeper analysis and interpretation. Residual oil saturation determination and improving recovery factor are also topics of great interest. This workshop will present the latest theories and technologies in addressing carbonate reservoirs and provide more understanding for geoscientists and engineers to better characterise those reservoirs. There will be extensive discussion and debate over various technology applications aimed at understanding their values in improving carbonate reservoir characterisation.

Co-Chairperson Mohammed Badri
Schlumberger

Adrian Immenhauser
Institute for Geology, Mineralogy and Geophysics

Aiman Bakhorji
Saudi Aramco

Bruno Lalanne
Total

Jonathan Clive Hall
ADCO

Kate Gibbons
Baker Hughes

Khalid Alramadan
KFUPM

Mahmoud Akbar
Schlumberger

Mariam Al Saeed
Kuwait Oil Company

Moustafa Oraby
Halliburton

Patrick Amiell
Total

Robert Kuchinski
Weatherford

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Kuwait Oil Company This session will deal with the most recent advances and successful history cases of formation evaluation workflows as applied to carbonate reservoirs. The remainder of this session will discuss recent advances and best practices available today to determine the residual oil saturation. fracture presence. Mohammed Badri. those who benefit most from these technical workshops. established for each reservoir case and well architecture. SPE will recognise sponsors on the SPE website and in all printed material for the workshop. as well as the problems pertinent to the effects of rock electrical anisotropy on logging apparent resistivity measurements. at cattenborough@spe. KFUPM. leaching. dolomitisation. and Great Barrier Reef. In the petroleum industry. Saudi Aramco Reservoir characterisation is highly dependent on seismic data in addition to other data types such as petrophysical data to define the structural and the stratigraphic frameworks. Improving recovery factor in carbonates requires detailed understanding of flow prediction in carbonates in the presence of multi-phase fluids. or for secondary and tertiary operations stage. all cases where the true water saturation. with the application of all available technologies so that the hydrocarbon reserves and production is sustained for a long time. sponsoring companies also receive logo visibility on promotional workshop items. Please contact SPE to verify the availability of a particular sponsorship. To utilise the strength of the seismic data which is of high lateral resolution. Existing sponsors have the opportunity to renew the same level of sponsorship for annual workshops. and even in a core piece of 4x6 inches. Kuwait Oil Company Carbonate rocks host more than half of the global hydrocarbon reserves. These processes never really stop in the reservoir. and fracture characterisation have been extensively studied. Collection of Badges and Delegate Packs 0815–0830 hours Seating/Safety Briefing by Hotel and Co-Chairpersons/Committee Introduction 0830–1030 hours Keynote Session: Challenges. SAVE USD 700 BY REGISTERING BEFORE 29 DECEMBER 2012 . For More Information For a detailed list of available sponsorships. Better seismic acquisition parameters are necessary for improving the quality of data in the sub-salt formations. Each of these methods has its own benefits and limitations. there are still opportunities for developing new approaches based on cross multi-disciplinary skills. Carbonate reservoirs are highly heterogeneous. The challenges of modern reservoir characterisation. including benefits and pricing. Each carbonate depositional realm has its own depositional and diagenetic history and unique to itself. Prasanta Mishra. event manager. Cocoas Island. Low resistivity values might also be obtained in carbonate formations but for different reasons. isotopic. However. The classic carbonate rocks of Oman mountains are a source of inspiration to carbonate geologists in the region and the extension of depositional sequences from outcrop to sub-crop clears the understanding of the researcher. In many of the rocks the microfossil occurrence is very rare. and fractured reservoir. there are many Sponsorship Categories Sponsorships are offered on a first come basis. chemical tracers. substantiated by stable isotope analysis. It is the key parameter to predict the recoverable oil reserve and to determine the optimal oil-recovery process. Most significant application of the sequence stratigraphic studies in the carbonates would not just confine to the identification of sequences or para sequences but to integrate the findings with the reservoir models to locate the areas of bypassed or leftover oil. permeability. thus making the carbonate rocks heterogeneous and complex. These characteristics are key factors during the primary reservoir recovery stage and during redevelopment. to take into consideration corrections due to evaluate the reservoir. Schlumberger Carbonate reservoirs hold sixty percent of world oil and forty percent of gas reserves. bio stratigraphic. It is known that the prediction of petrophysical properties of carbonates and assessment of multiphase flow properties in carbonates are very challenging due to complexity in the depositional processes and various diagenetic changes altering the primary and even the secondary fabric of the rocks. porosity systems. The presence of these minerals will also make necessary custom made corrections for calculating an appropriate Sw and porosity. 12 February 2013 0745–0815 hours Welcome Coffee. Total. particularly those pertinent to formation evaluation for advanced reservoir static and dynamic modelling are many. and very complex. dolomitised.WORKSHOP Sponsorship Support Sponsorship support helps offset the cost of producing workshops and allows SPE to keep the attendance price within reach of operations-level individuals. coring. heavy minerals. with trible porosity systems (matrix-vugsfracture) and complex wettability characteristics. A wide range of the pore and particle sizes are seen. Accurate estimation of residual oil saturation is highly crucial. • Silver Sponsorship • Bronze Sponsorship • Welcome Reception and Dinner • Luncheons—Per Day • Coffee Breaks—Per Day Sponsorship Benefits In addition to onsite recognition. the society recognises that sponsoring companies offer valuable information to attendees outside the technical sessions. logging. Describing the fine scale sequences of third order or higher is still not a very easy task in carbonates without assimilating all the relevant petrographic. and reservoir engineering studies are techniques available today to determine the remaining oil saturation. 1030–1100 hours Coffee Break/Group Photograph 1100–1230 hours Session 1: Deposition. contact Caroline Attenborough. Effective data integration and upscaling of measurements require the development of new algorithms and paradigm shift in daily practices. and therefore attracted research interest by industry professionals for a long time. and Stratigraphy Session Chairs: Khalid Alramadan. however. and dissolution. Resistivities measured by well logs in clastics will be lowered by the presence of clay minerals. mineralogy. they have to be integrated in the reservoir characterisation workflow quantitatively. This session will aim at reviewing current understanding of carbonate reservoirs and outstanding challenges that need to be addressed by industry professionals. 1530–1700 hours Session 3: Quantative Reservoir Characterisations Session Chairs: Adrian Immenhauser. While SPE prohibits any type of commercialism within the workshop hall itself. Similarly. and porosity estimates are jeopardised if not properly handled with sound techniques and workflows. They are prolific reservoirs in terms of their production and flow properties. Characterisation. and The Way Forward Session Chairs: Maher Marhoon. Mineralogy and Geophysics. Although these reservoirs have been extensively characterised with the latest technologies and measurements. The cores are the best source of information for this sequence analysis. Carbonate reservoirs change due to different processes like cementation. saturation. Reservoir rock typing (RRT). compaction. dolomite. the fracture network models must be calibrated with the dynamic reservoir models for a close look at the gas reserves. Based on the sponsorship selected. It is therefore important to understand the processes that are responsible to bring about the pre and post depositional changes in the rocks. Huge volumes of gas have been discovered in the fractured carbonates in the geological formations older than the Jurassic period contributing to the global reserve in the last decade. Maher Mahoon. pressure transient tests. involving FE special subroutines as applied to issues related to relevant synsedimentary and post-sedimentation diagenetic changes. Different pore geometries and the absence of clays are probably the most important causes that make up for the differences encountered in the interpretation of well logs for formation evaluation of clastics and carbonates. The sequence stratigraphic studies originally developed for the clastic rocks have been extended to the carbonates but it is still very difficult to apply these concepts in altered. Wealth of research has been carried out on the deposition and diagenesis of carbonates. irregular distribution of porosity and permeability. Saudi Aramco. Advanced Carbonate Reservoir Characterisation Gold Sponsor Audio-Visual Equipment Sponsor Tuesday. A number of field studies are being taken up to demonstrate the present day carbonate sedimentation of Bahamas. We have to understand carbonate rocks in detail. estimation of calcite. a wide variation of various rock properties are noticed. 1230–1330 hours Luncheon 1330–1530 hours Session 2: Advanced Formation Evaluation Session Chairs: Bruno Lalanne.org. Sponsors benefit both directly and indirectly by having their names associated with a specific workshop. Mariam Al Saeed. there are still major challenges to be addressed by professionals in the industry. The results of considering the specific carbonatic characteristics will be discussed. New micro imaging tools are required for improving the image quality of bore hole image logs taken in the oil-based muds in the deeper carbonate formations. The technological innovations in the field of digital rock physical studies have to play a great role in characterising the tight and fractured carbonates. Diagenesis. and the absence of key diagnostic taxa of foraminifera and nano fossils makes the task still difficult. Institute for Geology. and well log inputs. anhydrite.

mineralogy. The textures and pore structures of such rocks differ substantially from most carbonates. This session will review current industry work flows that integrate data from seismic through to simulation. This session will focus primarily on approaches and methodologies to use seismic data quantitatively to derive reservoir properties. and pressure. etc. As more measurements are obtained and reservoir models become more complicated. Fluid displacement and sweep efficiency demand simulation modelling and verification. DRP technology is reaching a consolidation phase in its development. Fluid-rock interaction is a research field that is approached both experimentally as well as numerically. especially in carbonates with complex pore morphologies and strong heterogeneity. dealing with multiple scales. This is even more so in heterogeneous carbonate systems. And currently. Larger scale parameters such as reservoir rock types. Can we aim for non-upscaling in the future? Is this worthwhile? What are the barriers and current limitations to achieving this? 1100–1230 hours Session 9: Advances in Reservoir Management and Recovery (Characterisation) Session Chairs: Mariam Al Saeed. 1230–1330 hours Luncheon 1330–1530 hours Session 6: Geochemistry for Carbonates Session Chairs: Giles Sermondadaz. reservoir models are aimed at providing production forecast requiring time-lapse monitoring of residual oil saturation. Mineralogy and Geophysics. and handled efficiently by today’s reservoir simulators. Main fields of discussion include carbonate reservoir diagenesis. rock types. a field of intense research. Carbonateaggressive fluids from organic rocks may create extensive hypogenic karst features in the subsurface. this session will deal with a wide range of topics all related to state-of-the-art geochemical research in carbonate reservoir analysis. and in terms of the confidence growing in the results obtained. the diagenetic reactivity of the carbonates deposited (aragonite versus calcite versus magnesian calcite). This session will explore to what extent this promise has been realised. to a significant extent. the upscaling question). permeability. saturation. Weatherford Most research on the effect of porosity. saturation. capable of replicating (or at least approximating) the physics of flow and recovery from these carbonate systems. First. These complexities and heterogeneities make the studies to understand the effects of porosity. Thursday. This estimation of reservoir properties will help geoscientist characterise the reservoirs in a more robust way and come up with an understanding that is closer to reservoir properties. Kuwait Oil Company. History matching is aimed at converging reservoir models with input measurements. the predictive models used to describe the behaviour of siliciclastic material are generally not applicable to carbonates. pressure. How do we apply these measurements in uncored wells? Should we rely upon collaborative catalogues of analogue rock samples and should we propose these now? Lastly. the depositional architecture and facies of the carbonate body under question (ramp versus rimmed platform). A second topic deals with source rock (mostly organic) geochemistry. the geochemistry of both. our ability to describe and understand the overall behaviour of the reservoir is enhanced by integrating data sets. The reason for all of those initiatives was to use the attributes as an input in the reservoir characterisation workflow. and NMR transport properties. Novel applications are being devised with before and after treatment formation damage studies benefiting particularly from the technique and set to become a standard part of the workflow for such studies. Pore scale parameters such as pore throat size. ADCO. fluid flow. pore type. to the dynamic simulation domain. With respect to petroleum geosciences. Total. Mahmood Akbar. Institute for Geology. significant challenges remain today.Register by 12 January 2013 www. dynamic models are now constructed in millions of cells to capture reservoir variation. The challenges and limitations of the acquisition and interpretation technologies will be reviewed. This may challenge one of the promises of a cheap and quick alternative to SCAL. The presentations should touch upon these and some other challenges currently faced by the industry in realising appropriate translation of these carbonate reservoir parameters from the static to the dynamic model domains (i. Mohammed Badri. the subsequent diagenetic history (burial rate and depth. DRP has been heralded as the quick and cheap replacement to some laboratory SCAL measurements. Consequently. This session will help understand factors (i. and rock-fluid interaction. Complex seismic trace attributes were introduced to the industry in the 1970s with the aim to get more out of the seismic data other than the qualitative interpretation. are still only vaguely handled today. porosity. Furthermore. Carbonate geochemistry and crystallography defines the stability of a specific carbonate phase. etc. while proffering certain food-for-thought questions on areas for possible improvement and additional research. However. 13 February 2013 0830–0900 hours Welcome Coffee 0900–1100 hours Session 4: Rock Physics Session Chair: Aiman Bakhorji.e. Carbonate rock composition derives from a combination of biological and chemical components. facies distribution through to structural framework. it is important to develop robust workflows that respect the uncertainty and scale of the data in order to construct static and dynamic reservoir models.org/events/12ais2 challenges in using seismic data to quantitatively characterise reservoirs. and pressure on the elastic properties a challenge. This adds complexity and heterogeneity to its structure and petrophysical properties. Kate Gibbons. tortuosity. Moustafa Oraby. and the importance of integrating dynamic with static data. 1800–2200 hours Welcome Reception and Dinner Wednesday. horizontal permeability. second. and pore pressure. some novel mathematical approaches developed in the region using textural classification may unlock parameters required to apply effective media models for electrical. 14 February 2013 0830–0900 hours Welcome Coffee 0900–1100 hours Session 8: From Characterisation to Simulation Session Chairs: Adrian Immenhauser. Organic geochemistry sheds light on the source and type of hydrocarbons and the thermal history. seismic data were used to identify bright spots or flat spots only. temperature. Weatherford Upscaling static reservoir models for fluid flow simulation is generally an exercise that requires a very close focus. fracture density. Pore micro-structures cannot be captured in larger volume samples due to resolution issues and this requires those measurements to be made at various scales. Schlumberger Data integration has long been recognised by the industry as key to understanding of reservoir behaviour and planning future operational requirements. where multiple levels of heterogeneity are at play.spe. In summary. source rock (reservoir geochemistry). Parameters of influence exist at multiple levels and scales. Schlumberger Dynamic reservoir models require the input of vertical permeability. acoustic (rock physics applications). dolomitising fluids. understanding of uncertainty. 1530–1700 hours Session 7: Data Integration and Reservoir Characterisation Session Chairs: Aiman Bakhorji. and fluid fractions. 1230–1330 hours 1330–1530 hours Luncheon Social Activity . and interact with each other. Saudi Aramco. Seawater geochemistry (aragonite versus calcite seas) has a direct impact of the main carbonate mineralogy/geochemistry at deposition. Presentations will address the challenges faced in integrating data. Saudi Aramco.). Traditionally. Halliburton This session will focus on applied carbonate geochemistry. Increasingly complex fluid flow models move from 2D to 3D models and acknowledge more realistic rock properties. Diagenetic stability defines the response of a given carbonate reservoir to under or oversaturated fluids and hence the creation and destruction of porosity and permeability. and secondary porosity. third. Robert Kuchinski. there are many initiatives to use seismic data to quantitatively derive some reservoir properties such as porosity. Porosity and permeability in carbonate reservoirs are driven by three main players. the carbonate solid and the pore fluid is in constant interaction. till date. Since that time. both in terms of vendors and technologies available worldwide. Also the study of wormholing and pore morphology changes following CO2 flooding in core monitor wells is illuminating. Some of those challenges are related to the resolution of the seismic data and others are related to the noise level on them. Diagenesis has a clear influence on the mechanic behaviour of carbonate bodies and controls. a general goal of applied geophysicists is to be able to improve the predictive capability of surface seismic observations of the conditions and characteristics of carbonate reservoirs. Whilst careful acquisition and evaluation of data is critical to the characterisation of various aspects of carbonate reservoirs. pore type) that influence elastic properties in carbonate rocks. The complexity of carbonate reservoirs presents distinct challenges—they are highly heterogeneous at a variety of scales from pore geometry. dielectric. Understanding of fluid flow at all scales in carbonate is critical due to their heterogeneity both vertically and horizontally. saturation. hundreds of seismic attributes were emerged using different ways of computing. fracture width.e. Upscaling/downscaling poses challenges and may be costly in the after measurement modelling required. 1100–1230 hours Session 5: Digital Rocks Session Chairs: Jonathan Clive Hall. pose additional challenges to be upscaled properly. and require effective capture in both the static and dynamic domains to ensure simulation models are realistic in their ability to represent current reservoir behaviour and forecast future reservoir performance. Reducing risk and uncertainty in dynamic reservoir models are of paramount importance to ensure accuracy in reservoir management. pore type. and pressure on rock elastic properties has been performed on siliciclastic rocks. However. Attributes have to be fully understood and related to reservoir properties to be able to integrate it with the different types of data. Subsequently. although well recognised. Robert Kuchinski. porosity. in effectively translating carbonate reservoir parameters in the static domain. mineralogy. pore fluid. Capturing these interactions properly and effectively into the dynamic simulation model is key to a robust subsurface definition. there is no clear workflow to integrate seismic data attributes quantitatively in the reservoir characterisation. As such. the fracturing of reservoirs. aperture. Baker Hughes This session will deal with recent advances in the application of digital rock physics (DRP).

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