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Reservoir Characterization
Submission Deadline: Feb. 20, 2020

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Michael Ohakwere-Eze
Department of Physics, Faculty of Sciences, Federal University of Kashere, Gombe, Nigeria
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  • Joseph Ebeniro
    Department of Physics, Faculty of Sciences, University of Portharcourt, Choba, Nigeria
  • Rasaq Bello
    Department of Physics, Faculty of Sciences, Federal University of Kashere, Port Harcourt., Nigeria
  • Magnus Igboekwe
    Department of Physics, Faculty of Sciences, Michael Okpara University, Umudike, Nigeria
  • Godswill Chukwu
    Department of Physics, Faculty of Sciences, Michael Okpara University, Umudike, Nigeria
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Introduction
Reservoir characterization has attracted remarkable research efforts particularly over thepast 20 years. Material improvements and technical innovations have led to the advancesof reservoir characterization technology. These improvements or innovations whichimprove reservoir characterization technology can be summarized into two aspects. One isthat advanced instruments and technologies applied in data gathering, processing andmonitoring have improved quality and reliability of test data. The second is that the development of related technology such as computer science and information science hasrealized comprehensive integration of reservoir characterization with outcrop analogues, seismic, geology and well logs and made the subsurface reservoir model, output of reservoircharacterization study into digital 3D visible model. In this research, we selected and introduced computer processing software according our knowledge degree.
Aims and Scope:
  1. Volumetrics
  2. 3D
  3. Processing
  4. 4D
  5. Quantitative analysis
  6. Seismic data
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