Module 6: Formation Property Modeling & Prediction

Module 6 empowers users to construct 2-D horizon and 3-D stratigraphic grids, allowing for the definition and editing of new well tops directly within the well section window. This module facilitates the upscaling of well logs and geostatistical data analysis, including the estimation of distributions, cross-correlations, and variogram models. It integrates advanced kriging and conditional simulation techniques for interpolating well top properties, and offers uncertainty analysis to evaluate the reliability of interpolated data, enhancing the precision of formation property modeling and prediction.

Key Features

  1. Building 2-D Horizon and 3-D Stratigraphic Grids:
    • Users have the capability to define and edit new well tops directly within a dedicated well section window. This includes functions to flatten well tops and draw correlation lines.
  2. Upscaling Well Logs:
    • Users can define and edit new well tops within a dedicated well section window, facilitating the flattening of well tops and the drawing of correlation lines.
  3. Geostatistical Data Analysis:
    • This feature enables users to estimate the distribution, cross-correlation, and variogram models for each facies or all samples. It also provides a direct link with subsequent kriging and conditional simulation for various well top properties such as porosity and net-to-gross ratio (NTG).
  4. Kriging and Conditional Simulation:
    • Users can interpolate well top properties (elevation or any associated attributes like isopach, porosity, NTG) using variogram algorithms such as minimum curvature, inverse distance, and geostatistical kriging.
  5. Uncertainty Analysis:
    • This function allows for the interpolation of well top properties (elevation or associated attributes like isopach, porosity, NTG) using variogram algorithms like minimum curvature, inverse distance, and geostatistical kriging. It enables users to assess uncertainty in the predicted properties.