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How Pore-Scale Attributes May Be Used to Derive Robust Drainage and Imbibition Water Saturation Models in Complex Tight-Gas Reservoirs

Evening Lecture

How Pore-Scale Attributes May Be Used to Derive Robust Drainage and Imbibition Water Saturation Models in Complex Tight-Gas Reservoirs

Presenter – German Merletti, BP

The use of fluid pressure measurements and resistivity-derived water saturation models to predict a free water level depth often has limited applications in reservoirs experiencing complex saturation histories. However, the Almond formation at the Wamsutter field presents some characteristics (i.e., unchanged subsurface structure after hydrocarbon charge) that make a saturation-height modelling exercise worthwhile.

German Merletti is Field Study Petrophysicist at BP. His current role with the Unconventional Reservoirs Technology team includes developing and implementing new workflows for characterizing tight-gas reservoirs in North America and the Middle East.

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German Merletti

Tuesday, 6th June
6:30pm, The Geological Society

FREE ENTRY
Wine & Savouries included

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The Geological Society
Burlington House
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London W1J 0BG

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