2008 Small Producer

Evaluation and Modeling of Stratigraphic Control on the Distribution of Hydrothermal Dolomite Reservoir Away from Major Fault Planes

Subcontractor: Western Michigan University

Principal Investigator: Michael Grammer
Project Number Project Status
08123-12 Completed
RPSEA Project Manager: Martha Cather
Participants
Polaris Energy Company
Period of Performance
Start Date End Date
October 14, 2009 January 31, 2013
Total Project Cost RPSEA Share Cost Share
$1,138,865.00 $381,980.00 $745,496.00
Project Objectives

The primary goals of this study are aimed at improving recovery from the Albion‐Scipio hydrothermal dolomite trend. Specific goals are 1) to determine how reservoir quality units that developed laterally away from the major fault zones are controlled by primary facies and their position within a sequence stratigraphic framework; 2) to correlate laboratory measured sonic velocity data from various reservoir and non‐reservoir facies to sonic logs and 3‐D seismic signatures; and 3) to produce 3‐D stratigraphic and reservoir models using Schlumberger’s 3‐D Petrel modeling software that will be tested with recently drilled wells.

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Reports
File Type Date
Evaluation and Modeling of Stratigraphic Control on the Distribution of Hydrothermal Dolomite Reservoir Away From Major Fault Planes ( 8.1 MB ) Final Report 01/13
Appendices A-C ( 12.2 MB ) Final Report 01/13
Appendix D ( 13.0 MB ) Final Report 01/13
Appendices E-N ( 9.5 MB ) Final Report 01/13