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“Advance Reservoir Characterization and Imaging Specialist”

 

  SHALE GAS RESERVOIR CHARACTERIZATION

 

 

Rock Fluid Imaging Lab provides analysis service for determination of shale gas reservoir properties using technique which unique and differ from conventional reservoir characterization. This technique integrates some strategy, including:

  • Fracture  Prediction
  • Rigidity of Shale  (Rock Mechanics and Mineralogy)
  • Role of Rock Physics In Shale Gas Prediction
  • Geothermal Heat Flow and Gas Maturity
  • Pore Pressure Prediction
  • Spectral Gamma Survey
  • TOC (Total Organic Content) Prediction using Seismic Rock Physics

TARGET:

  • Characterizing the subsurface natural fractures zone of shale gas layer
  • Rock Physics characteristics of shale, especially in generating fractured zone
  • Brittleness
  • Mineral content of shale
  • Rock mechanic test
  • Folding parameter for fracture generation
  • Natural Fracture environment
  • Rock Physics
  • Fracture based on hybrid impedance - flattening coherence-semblance
  • Folding environment
  • TOC information of target area
  • Temperature window, gradient geothermal or geothermal heat flow.

Output Study Of Shale Gas Characterization :

  • Location
  • Subsurface structure using Bourgeur anomaly modeling  
  • Depositional environment
  • Stress regime  
  • TOC (Total organic carbon)  
  • Geothermal Heat Flow
  • Rock Physics characteristics of Shale, especially in creating fractures zone
  • Brittleness
  • Mineral content of shale
  • Rock mechanic test
  • Folding parameter for fracture generation
  • Natural Fracture environment
  • Fracture based on coherence
  • Fracture based on hybrid impedance - flattening coherence-semblance
  • Fracture based on folding environment