An Analysis on Isochronal Facies-Controlled Pre-Stack Seismic Inversion Prediction of Tight Sandstone Reservoir- A Case of Fuyu Formation in Zhaoyuan Area in North Songliao Basin, China

Chen, Meiyi (College of Earth Science, Northeast Petroleum University) | Ji, Qingsheng (Exploration and Development Research Institute) | Chen, Shoutian (No.1 Geophysical Exploration Company of Daqing Drilling and Exploration Engineering Corporation) | Qin, Longpu (Exploration Department Daqing Oilfield Company Ltd) | Cong, Peihong (No.1 Geophysical Exploration Company of Daqing Drilling and Exploration Engineering Corporation)

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Based on the seismic prediction difficulties of the tight sandstone reservoir in Fuyu formation in Zhaoyuan area, single-well sequence division and connecting-well sub-layer correlation are carried out according to logging and lithologic data, and short-cycle interface position is calibrated precisely after a mutual calibration of logging and seismic data. Horizon tracing in the whole area is also carried out to build highfrequency isochronous stratigraphic framework. On this basis, the log facies modes and the sedimentary facies of the short-cycles under a high-frequency isochronous stratigraphic framework are analyzed in the target area, sand-body geometric scale parameters and their relations and sand-body development degree are calculated out, and a sand-body geological model is also built out. According to the seismic data and layer-by-layer geological model of sand bodies, a spatial distribution probability model of facies-controlled sand bodies is built out, which is used to constrain the pre-stack seismic data in facies-controlled inversion calculation. Based on the results of facies-controlled inversion, the tight sandstone prediction is carried out. Finally, a method of isochronal facies-controlled pre-stack seismic inversion prediction of tight sandstone reservoir is formed and it realizes the effective prediction of superimposed sand bodies in target area. Compared with actual drilling results, the sandstone of more than 2m has clear depiction and the sandstone of between 1-2m also has response, which indicates that this method is feasible and practicable.