- Geological models building following the results of regional and detailed seismic works.
- Monitoring support of production drilling.
- Calculation of oil and gas reserves and resources.
Three-dimensional modeling is a powerful tool for solving geological tasks in the oil and gas industry. This method of reservoir management allows the oil geologist to understand the structure of hydrocarbon deposits and forecast their behavior using various development scenarios. Forecast of the reservoir behavior is also used during planning, operation and diagnostics of the reservoir performance at all stages of the field development.
Three-dimensional digital reservoir models are divided into static and dynamic. In static models, formation properties and parameters do not change in the course of time and this type of models is a geological reservoir model. Dynamic models are filtration formation models showing the extent of headway depending on time and planned activities, such as producing wells commissioning and decommissioning or intensification of commercial minerals extraction.
- Building of a detailed three-dimensional lithological formation model.
- Spatial forecasting of permeability and porosity .
- Reliable calculation of geological reserves.
- Analysis of reliability of results obtained (uncertainty analysis).
- Planning of drilling.
- Building of the reliable filtration geological model.
- Selection of the optimal development scheme.
- Planning of geological and technical activities for development intensification.
- Economic rationale for fields development.