Lithofacies classification based on multiresolution graph-based clustering using image log in South Pars gas field

Moghaddas, Hamidreza (Petroleum University of Technology) | Habibnia, Baharam (Petroleum University of Technology) | Ghasemalaskari, Mohammad Kamal (Petroleum University of Technology) | Moallemi, Seyed Ali (Enhanced Oil Recovery Institute for Oil and Gas Reservoirs, Tehran, Iran)

OnePetro 

One of the most important parameters in understanding static modeling of reservoir are having facies and their distribution in the reservoir zone. Since in the most of reservoirs facies distribution directly related to the permeability and porosity variation, therefore having these parameters can gain an estimate of the distribution of reservoir parameters. To determine lithofacies in wells and in reservoir there are different methods. One of the common method is to use the core drilling based on geological study. Recently with the image logs one can measure fracture distribution and it is a powerful tools for studying lithofacies as well. As a new work done one can determine a method to predict facies types and facies variations using image logs. Formation Micro Imager, FMI, log is the tool for illustrating geological markers through wells. FMI log could provide 80% coverage of well by high-resolution data. In this study, South Pars gas field is studied. First, Fullset logs and cross plot are generated, in order to formation evaluation, then the amounts petrophysical parameters such as saturation and effective porosity are estimated for different zones. Section K1, K2 and K4 are the reservoir areas and hydrocarbon contained zones are determined. After Lithofacies classification based on core – fullset log data and processing of FMI datasets. Finally, Lithofacies based on FMI log data modeled and clustered, this model gives satisfactory results when compared to core-log and core observed reservoir facies.

This paper has been withdrawn from the Technical Program and will not be presented at the 87th SEG Annual Meeting.