3D Oil Sands Reservoir Characterization for Exploration, Development and Monitoring

Presented June 2010 at the EAGE Conference and Convention
Laurie Weston Bellman
Thursday, June 3, 2010
This paper describes the process that integrates all available data to produce a detailed volume of deterministically derived reservoir, non-reservoir and fluid properties. The workflow is illustrated using 3d seismic and well data from the Nexen/Opti Long Lake SAGD Phase 2 area near the city of Fort MacMurray, Alberta, Canada.

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