Interpreting log & core measurements to quantify reservoir parameters in a geological context
Beicip-Franlab’s petrophysical expertise focuses on quantifying reservoir properties in different geological and reservoir contexts. Our teams have gained a large experience working in most of the oil and gas provinces worldwide.
Quantitative log analysis is performed using the most appropriate methodologies and integrating core data, well test results and production data to provide reliable and fit for purpose results.
Rock Typing is a critical step in reservoir characterization and dynamic property prediction. This characterization uses input from sedimentary and diagenetic core facies as well as conventional and special core analyses.
The petrophysical team, with the help of sedimentologists and reservoir engineers, defines rock-types using a methodology to extrapolate these rock-types to the uncored intervals.
Beicip-Franlab petrophysicists are often involved in seismic acoustic and elastic inversion studies. Petrophysical input maximizes the quality of the results in reservoir property prediction.
Building 3D static and dynamic models in an integrated manner is a part of Beicip-Franlab’s expertise and applies results from sedimentological, fracture and petrophysical studies in structural and dynamic frameworks, an activity in which the petrophysical team participates fully.