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Module 5

Property Modeling

Petrel Workflow Tools

Introduction

Intro to Petrel

Interface

Studio

Surfaces and

Data edit

Stratigraphic

Modeling

3D Grid Construction: Structural Modeling

Pillar Gridding

Fault Modeling

Make Horizons

Zones & Layering

3D Grid
3D Grid
Property Modeling
Construction
Construction
Make contacts &
Volume Calculation
Structural
Structural Gridding
Framework
Facies &
Well Log
Petrophysical
Upscale
Modeling
Workflow Editor

Property Modeling Overview

Property modeling is the process of filling the cells of the grid with

discrete (facies) or continuous (petrophysics) properties.

Property modeling is split into three processes.

Geometrical Modeling

Facies Modeling

Petrophysical Modeling

Geometrical Modeling

A process in which properties are generated using predefined system variables.

For most properties, no interpolation of input data is required and properties are

built based on the cell geometry. For some properties, input data are required,

e.g., Seismic resampling and Geobody modeling.

Facies Modeling

This is a means of distributing discrete data (e.g., facies) throughout the 3D

model. The modeling inputs include the upscaled facies well logs and modeling parameters.

Facies Modeling process dialog
Upscaled well logs

Petrophysical Modeling

Petrophysical modeling is the interpolation or simulation of continuous data (e.g., porosity or permeability) throughout the model grid. Input includes well data,

facies realization, variograms, a secondary variable, and/or trend data and various

user settings are available.

Variogram

Trend

Upscaled well logs

Facies realizations

QC Output using Property Grid Filter Options

Three types of property filters

I-J-K filter

Filters a row of cells in the I-J direction and K direction (1). With this filter, there also is a Property Player (2), useful for QC of the grid.

Index filter

Skips a user-defined amount of cells in I-J-K direction. Useful for viewing a fence diagram (3).

Value filter

Applies cut off between selected values of the property (4).

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