DLP Webinar with Peter Haffinger
Quantitative Prediction of Injected CO2 at Sleipner Using Wave-Equation Based AVO
|Tuesday 29 January 2018 - 15.00 (CET)|
|1 hour lecture + 30 minutes Q&A|
|Free for EAGE members|
|Computer with Internet connection and audio/video capabilities|
EAGE webinars are live presentations with lecturers selected from the best presentations at EAGE Conferences. After the lecture, participants can interact with the instructor and ask questions. Joining a webinar is simple: all you need is a computer with Internet connection and audio/video capabilities (no software installation required). This service is complimentary for EAGE members and places are limited.
Another aspect that will be treated is the use of compressibility and shear compliance (inverses of bulk modulus and shear modulus) as parameters for reservoir characterisation. While acoustic impedance, shear impedance and/or vp/vs are mostly used in this context, WEB-AVO solves for compressibility and shear compliance since the wave-equation is formulated in these terms. What sounds like a necessity turns into added value since these parameters are highly sensitive to porosity and pore fill (compressibility) but also to lithology (shear compliance).
The presented technology will be demonstrated on a seismic field dataset from the Sleipner Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) project. WEB-AVO was used to quantitatively estimate the amount of injected CO2 in 2008 and the results are in good accordance with the reported figures from the operating company.
- Geoscientists in the field of CO2 capture, storage and sequestration
- Geoscientists with an interest in alternative parameters for reservoir characterisation
- Professionals/students interested in new technologies
About the Lecturer
In order to ensure an interaction of good quality and a sufficient time for questions and answers, spaces for this webinar are limited. Registrations will be closed after the maximum amount of participants is reached. Admitted applicants will receive a confirmation of their registration and the link for connecting to the webinar. If you are admitted, you can expect to receive a confirmation one week prior to the webinar. The link will be sent to you about 1 hour prior to the start of the webinar and you will be able to join the connection 30 minutes before the scheduled start time.
If you are not admitted to this session, please consult our Calendar of Events to learn about future webinars. EAGE webinars are also organized on demand for groups of at least 10 member: click here to learn more about requesting a webinar.
Register for free is you are a EAGE member.
If you are not a member, click here to join EAGE now!