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Rock Physics Characterization and Monitoring Feasibility Study of a CO2 Storage Reservoir in the Rock Springs Uplift, WyomingNormal access

Authors: D. Grana, E. Campbell-Stone, F. MacLaughlin, K. Ng, V. Alvarado, S. Mallick and J. Kaszuba
Event name: EAGE/SEG Research Workshop 2017
Session: Pre-injection Baseline Monitoring and Characterization
Publication date: 28 August 2017
DOI: 10.3997/2214-4609.201701947
Organisations: EAGE
Language: English
Info: Extended abstract, PDF ( 1.68Mb )
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Summary:
In this work, we present a rock physics modelling workflow for seismic reservoir characterization and monitoring feasibility analysis and its application to a carbon dioxide sequestration study in the Rock Springs Uplift, a potential storage site in Southwestern Wyoming. The study includes the calibration of a facies-dependent rock physics model using well log data and core samples in two potential reservoirs, and the application of the model to a 3D volume of seismic attributes through a Bayesian rock physics inversion method for the pre-injection reservoir characterization. The study also focuses on the derivation of a rock physics model to predict the changes in the seismic response due to saturation and pressure variations during injection for the reservoir monitoring feasibility study based on time-lapse seismic data.


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