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Excess Water Production Diagnosis in Oil Fields Using Ensemble Classifiers

Minou Rabiei, Ritu Gupta, Yaw Peng Cheong, Gerardo Alonso Sanchez Soto
2009 2009 International Conference on Computational Intelligence and Software Engineering  
We considered three different scenarios of pre-water production, post-water production with static reservoir characteristics and postwater without static reservoir characteristics for investigation.  ...  Interpretability of the generated ensemble classifiers were improved by constructing a new dataset smeared from the original dataset, and generating a depictive tree for each ensemble using a combination  ...  For this purpose, several reservoir simulation models are developed, which will be explained in details and investigated in chapter 3.  ... 
doi:10.1109/cise.2009.5362732 fatcat:xgq33sipzbdrtelbwr4hjuuzfm

Laboratory characterisation of shale properties

M. Josh, L. Esteban, C. Delle Piane, J. Sarout, D.N. Dewhurst, M.B. Clennell
2012 Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering  
Here we introduce a workflow for systematic shale characterisation in the laboratory with a number of examples to illustrate and discuss the application to reservoir evaluation in shale gas plays.  ...  consequences for oil/gas recovery strategy, production flow efficiency and drilling design.  ...  Valerya Shulakova is thanked for her help in the 3D rendering of the SEM/FIB data. We would also like to thank Travis Naughton for his assistance with figure preparation.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.petrol.2012.01.023 fatcat:xj72azoievd7phrnjkjzt5k4sm

GEO'98 Abstracts

1998 GeoArabia  
He previously worked for 28 years for Texaco in exploration research and for three years as a development geologist for Chevron.  ...  An ensemble response of all the receiver arrays contributing to a Common Depth Point stacked trace was computed for each experiment.  ...  Although the full range of geological uncertainties was investigated, at the end only the most likely model was provided for the dynamic modeling.  ... 
doi:10.2113/geoarabia030138 fatcat:ahntcmscbngvfatriktkydvtxa

A Survey on Distributed Fibre Optic Sensor Data Modelling Techniques and Machine Learning Algorithms for Multiphase Fluid Flow Estimation

Hasan Asy'ari Arief, Tomasz Wiktorski, Peter James Thomas
2021 Sensors  
One such application is the optimization of hydrocarbon production to maximize short-term income, and prolong the operational lifetime of production wells and the reservoir.  ...  the speed of sound estimation and Joule-Thomson coefficient, as well as their data-driven machine learning counterparts, such as Convolutional Neural Network (CNN), Support Vector Machine (SVM), and Ensemble  ...  production wells and the reservoir.  ... 
doi:10.3390/s21082801 pmid:33921160 pmcid:PMC8071578 fatcat:mywegnfoenbt5b5gy42hsrakji

Assembly of asphaltene molecular aggregates as studied by near-UV/visible spectroscopy

I.N. Evdokimov, N.Yu. Eliseev, B.R. Akhmetov
2003 Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering  
Our experimental data indicate that molecular solutions of asphaltenes are possible only for concentrations below 1 mg/l.  ...  The aim of this paper is to provide new data on the properties of molecular aggregation in toluene solutions of crude oils and of solid asphaltenes.  ...  Syunyaev for the assistance in providing the asphaltene samples and to Dr. D.T. Allahverdieva for the inspiring discussions.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0920-4105(02)00350-9 fatcat:iztocvggxzdj7brn5mgeqxxr2i

Harnessing the power of machine learning for carbon capture, utilisation, and storage (CCUS) – A state-of-the-art review

Yongliang (Harry) Yan, Tohid Borhani, Gokul Subraveti, Nagesh Pai, Vinay Prasad, Arvind Rajendran, Paula Nkulikiyinka, Jude Odianosen Asibor, Zhien Zhang, Ding Shao, Lijuan Wang, Wenbiao Zhang (+7 others)
2021 Energy & Environmental Science  
For each grid at a specific timestep, a PCE model was built to estimate two outcomes: RBF networks in predicting oil recovery factor and oil rate in a foam-CO 2 flooding reservoir.  ...  Chen et al. 230 developed a work to characterise the CO 2 -EOR in residual oil zones (ROZ).  ... 
doi:10.1039/d1ee02395k fatcat:oherbaerwfcarc744bn77pu77y

Subsidence in the Dutch Wadden Sea

Peter.A. Fokker, Freek.J. van Leijen, Bogdan Orlic, Hans van der Marel, Ramon.F. Hanssen
2018 Geologie & Mijnbouw  
The focus will be toward anthropogenic causes of subsidence, and how to understand them; how to measure and monitor and use these measurements for better characterisation and forecasting; with some details  ...  Consequently, NAP benchmarks are not optimal for monitoring physical processes such as land subsidence.  ...  Analytical and semi-analytical methods Modelling of reservoir compaction and subsidence due to fluid extraction in the oil and gas industry is often done using analytical methods.  ... 
doi:10.1017/njg.2018.9 fatcat:zgokeddkh5baxgbhef5vcj5v4y

Fundamental controls on fluid flow in carbonates: current workflows to emerging technologies

Susan M. Agar, Sebastian Geiger
2014 Geological Society Special Publication  
The review provides research and industry contexts for papers in this volume only.  ...  The introduction reviews topics relevant to the fundamental controls on fluid flow in carbonate reservoirs and to the prediction of reservoir performance.  ...  Selected advances Incorporating fine-scale structures in reservoir characterisation.  ... 
doi:10.1144/sp406.18 fatcat:eyuogp7m4bbh7fekjfrnbs4wju

Seismic ray-impedance inversion [chapter]

2016 Seismic Inversion  
This thesis investigates a prestack seismic inversion scheme implemented in the ray parameter domain.  ...  With the estimated wavelets ready, a Cauchy inversion method is used to invert for seismic reflectivity sequences, aiming at recovering seismic reflectivity sequences for blocky impedance inversion.  ...  Stochastic inversion has long been used in reservoir characterisations, particularly in the development stage of an oil field, for the high resolution it can achieve (Haas and Dubrule, 1994; Torres-Verdin  ... 
doi:10.1002/9781119258032.ch10 fatcat:dozbwj4e2re23lzffv3xrjeff4

Petrophysical Properties of the Middle Jurassic Carbonates in the PICOREF Sector (South Champagne, Paris Basin, France)

J. Delmas, E. Brosse, P. Houel
2010 Oil & Gas Science and Technology  
The analysis of the 6800 routine measurements (porosity and permeability) gathered for this study allowed to improve the knowledge of the petrophysical properties.  ...  Special measurements (mercury injection tests) allowed to characterize the porous medium. (1) PIégeage du CO 2 dans des REservoirs géologiques en France.  ...  this case: -reservoir characterisation and modelling is required at a larger scale, up to several tens of km (instead of few km most of the time for hydrocarbon fields); -the available number of wells  ... 
doi:10.2516/ogst/2010002 fatcat:epovtntwpfabboozc4ebcxpddi

Image-D8.02: Application Of Exploration Techniques On Sedimentary Basin Fields

Chrystel Dezayes
2017 Zenodo  
reservoir).  ...  The aim of these approaches is to precise the depth of sediment-basement interface, which is not reach by the older seismic profile acquired by the oil industry (because it was not the target for the petroleum  ...  The reprocessed data will allow for superior interpretation and characterisation of the geothermal reservoir, fault zones and petrophysical properties.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1291115 fatcat:6hnyqdstozccdmbajwpu3buf7a

Process-based Modelling of Syn-depositional Diagenesis [chapter]

Fiona Whitaker, Miles Frazer
2018 Reactive Transport Modeling  
We acknowledge the fruitful discussions and the integrity, persistence and good humor of colleagues who have worked with us in developing model applications to outcrop and reservoir examples.  ...  Acknowledgements We thank Yitian Xiao for editorial support, and for the long--standing collaboration in application of RTM to understanding carbonate diagenesis.  ...  Introduction Carbonate rocks are of global importance both as economically significant reservoirs for oil and gas and as aquifers for water supply.  ... 
doi:10.1002/9781119060031.ch3 fatcat:7rlnva3dfbg6pntwyty7xa6rxu

Seismic penetration problem in the Wadi Field, Sirte Basin, Libya

Uheida, Goulty
2000 First Break  
The rest of the project was an investigation into the reasons for the lack of signal penetration beneath the top Kalash horizon.  ...  Over the past few years, Sirte Oil Company of Libya has acquired several seismic surveys in this area.  ...  Traces in each common midpoint are vertically stacked together via the "CDP/Ensemble Stack" process to yield one output trace per CMP.  ... 
doi:10.1046/j.1365-2397.2000.00050.x fatcat:ahiycutndvdgnjgzvjc62a7wyu

Laboratory Modelling of Volcano Plumbing Systems: A Review [chapter]

Olivier Galland, Eoghan Holohan, Benjamin van Wyk de Vries, Steffi Burchardt
2015 Advances in Volcanology  
Section 1 lists the model materials commonly used for model magmas or model rocks.  ...  We describe these materials' mechanical properties and discuss their suitability for modelling sub-volcanic processes.  ...  These are: (2) A rigorous mechanical characterisation of some of the model magmas and model rocks.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11157_2015_9 fatcat:7hubfcnyv5eepd3g6pxpox73yu

Calcium carbonate polymorph control using droplet-based microfluidics

Alexandra Yashina, Fiona Meldrum, Andrew deMello
2012 Biomicrofluidics  
In contrast, the crystals precipitated in the continuous flow and bulk systems comprised of a mixture of calcite and vaterite and exhibited a broad distribution of sizes for all reaction conditions investigated  ...  CaCO 3 displays a complex polymorphic behaviour which, despite numerous experiments, remains poorly characterised.  ...  Precipitation of CaCO 3 within droplets provides a unique opportunity for investigating mineral precipitation in ultra-small volumes.  ... 
doi:10.1063/1.3683162 pmid:22655005 pmcid:PMC3360709 fatcat:tzejb7sxlrgejfelvc7gnj2zri
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