Geostatistics - Reservoir models
Geostatistical methods are widely used in reservoir modelling to describe the uncertainty related to geometric structure in the geological patterns.
Contact: Peter Frykman,
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Geostatistic model of porosity in layered chalk
Geostatistic model of fluvial channel system
Almeida, A.S. & Frykman, P. 1994: Geostatistical modeling of chalk reservoir properties in the Dan Field, Danish North Sea. In: Yarus, J.M. & Chambers, R.L. (eds): Stochastic Modeling and Geostatistics; Principles, Methods, and Case Studies. AAPG Computer Applications in Geology, No. 3 3, 273-286. Tulsa: The American Association of Petroleum Geologists.
Vejbæk, O.V. & Kristensen, L. 2000: Downflank hydrocarbon potential identified using seismic inversion and geostatistics: Upper Maastrichtian reservoir unit, Dan Field, Danish Central Graben. Petroleum Geoscience 6(1), 1-13.
Frykman, P. & Deutsch, C.V. 2002: Practical application of the geostatistical scaling laws for data integration. Petrophysics 43(3), 153-171.
The last paper was awarded "Petrophysics Best Paper Award 2002", announced at the 44th Annual Symposium in Galveston, Texas, 2003, The Society of Professional Well Log Analysts (SPWLA).