Modelo de física de rocas para la interpretación de propiedades petrofísicas de un campo en el Golfo de México

Gabriela Carrasquero Boscan, División de Postgrado, Facultad de Ingeniería, Universidad del Zulia, Maracaibo, Apartado postal 0482, Venezuela., Orlando Zambrano Mendoza, Facultad de Ingeniería, Universidad del Zulia, Maracaibo, C.P. 4001, Venezuela.
2020 Revista Técnica de la Facultad de Ingeniería Universidad del Zulia  
Esta publicación científica en formato digital es continuidad de la revista impresa ISSN 0254-0770 / Depósito legal pp 197802ZU38 UNIVERSIDAD DEL ZULIA Una Revista Internacional Arbitrada que está indizada en las publicaciones de referencia y comentarios: Rev. Abstract Currently advances in seismic data interpretation have been observed, given the quantitative tendency to achieve the determination of reservoir properties. Impedance seismic volumes along with petrophysics allow the
more » ... on of petrophysical properties of rocks for building a reservoir model. The objective of this research was to generate a rock physics model to be used as a liaison for the interpretation of petrophysical properties in terms of the elastic response of a field in the Gulf of Mexico. 7 wells were used, whose reserves are located within the Middle Pleistocene. Petrophysical evaluation was performed and a theoretical model of rock physics was developed in order to synthesize the density, compressional and shear sonic logs, being the self-consistent model, which best reproduced the elastic properties of the rocks in this study. Subsequently, through cross-diagram analysis, the relationships between the elastic properties (P and S impedance, Vp/Vs ratio) and rock properties (porosity, clay content, water saturation) were analyzed. The effect of fluid replacement in the elastic properties was modeled. It is conclude that the synthesized curves provide a better understanding of the influence of petrophysical variables on the elastic properties of the rock, the poroelastic model generated allows discrimination of lithologies present.
doi:10.22209/rt.v43n1a05 fatcat:3p2ntalf4reunjkb2gegxxqewu