Seismic based integrated project for Bazhenov sweet spot prediction – a case study

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A Schlumberger’s approach for Bazhenov sweet-spot forecast will be discussed taking as a case study one of integrated project of processing and interpretation of seismic, well log, core, PLT, tests and production data.

Main stages of the project included production drive study, justification of seismic-based forecast of net thickness and natural fracturing, Well Driven Seismic approach for seismic processing, petrophysical and rock physical formation evaluation, geomechanic, reservoir engineering and seismic inversion. Some results of a-posterior drilling will be discussed in conclusion.

About the Author

Konstantin Kunin – is a Seismic Domain Leader Schlumberger, Russia and Caspian Region. Despite he received M.Sc. degree from Moscow State University in 1996 in oil and gas geology whole his career is related to geophysics and specifically to interpretation and inversion of seismic data. He has a broad experience in Western Siberia gained during his work in Central Geophysical Expedition, PetroAlliance and KMNGG companies. He was a Regional Technical Manager, Russia and CIS in Fugro-Jason. Later after joining Marathon Oil Company (Houston, TX) he participated in integrated projects of assessment of conventional and UC plays around the world. Konstantin’s technical interest focus on Well Driven Processing of seismic data and inversion-based reservoir characterization.

Congress Center of RF CCI. Start at 7 p.m.:

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