Study on 3D Fine Structural Modeling of Typical Block in Sanan Oilfield, Daqing


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Sanan oilfield has entered late stage of high water cut development. It urgently needs accurate prediction of remaining oil distribution. But previous studies on 3D structure were far could not meet the requirements of fine reservoir description. This paper applied RMS, a piece of excellent geological modeling software establishing the 3D fine structural model of typical block in Sanan oilfield on the bases of 3D fine seismic structural interpretation data. It included the 28 faults’ model, 11 horizons’ model and the structural model. And then measured and analyzed the faults elements data. Based on abundant geologic data, well data and seismic data of the block, this structural model reproduced the fine seismic interpretation results accurately. It was really fine enough to meet the requirements of the fine reservoir description. This research solved the problem that traditional modeling techniques could not handle complex cutting relationship of faults’ model. It laid a solid foundation for reservoir numerical simulation and remaining oil distribution prediction.



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Fangping Zhang




T. Li et al., "Study on 3D Fine Structural Modeling of Typical Block in Sanan Oilfield, Daqing", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vol. 628, pp. 348-353, 2014

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September 2014





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