Carbonate Reservoirs

"Geology of Carbonate Reservoirs: The Identification, Description and Characterization..." by Wayne M. Ahr (Repost)

"Geology of Carbonate Reservoirs: The Identification, Description and Characterization of Hydrocarbon Reservoirs in Carbonate Rocks" by Wayne M. Ahr
Wiley-Interscience | 2008 | ISBN: 0470164913 9780470164914 | 295 pages | PDF | 6 MB

This book's goal is to help scientists explore and develop the vast resources in carbonate reservoirs more efficiently and economically. Though the book is written for petroleum geologists, geophysicists, and engineers and students in those fields, this is also a good reference for hydrogeologists and environmental geologists because reservoirs and aquifers differ only in the fluids they contain.
"Handbook of Log Evaluation Techniques For Carbonate Reservoirs" by George B. Asquith (Repost)

"Handbook of Log Evaluation Techniques For Carbonate Reservoirs" by George B. Asquith
The American Association of Petroleum Geologists. Methods in Exploration Series, No.5
AAPG | 1985/2010 | ISBN: 0891816550 9780891816553 | 53 pages | PDF | 61 MB

This volume was designed to help the explorationist avoid costly mistakes and to suggest techniques which can be used to evaluate potential carbonate reservoirs.

Seismic Imaging of Carbonate Reservoirs and Systems  

Posted by ChrisRedfield at Aug. 31, 2013
Seismic Imaging of Carbonate Reservoirs and Systems

Gregor P. Eberli, ‎Jose Luis Masaferro, ‎J. Frederick Sarg - Seismic Imaging of Carbonate Reservoirs and Systems
Published: 2004-08-01 | ISBN: 0891813624 | PDF | 376 pages | 162 MB
Handbook of Log Evaluation Techniques for Carbonate Reservoirs

Handbook of Log Evaluation Techniques for Carbonate Reservoirs
Publisher: Amer Assn of Petroleum Geologists | ISBN: 0891816550 | edition 1985 | PDF | 53 pages | 54,2 mb

Handbook of Log Evaluation Techniques for Carbonate Reservoirs - Methods in Exploration Series

Fractured Vuggy Carbonate Reservoir Simulation  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Underaglassmoon at July 31, 2016
Fractured Vuggy Carbonate Reservoir Simulation

Fractured Vuggy Carbonate Reservoir Simulation
Springer | Mineralogy | August 29, 2016 | ISBN-10: 3662528401 | 250 pages | pdf | 11.1 mb

Authors: Yao, Jun, Huang, Zhao-Qin
Supplies the fractured vuggy reservoir numerical simulation based on discrete fracture/fracture-vug models
Includes over 5 numerical methods, such as Galerkin finite method, Multiscale finite method, mixed finite element method, finite volume method, and mimetic finite difference method
Covers several new models including discrete fracture models, discrete fracture-vug models and equivalent models for fractured vuggy carbonate reservoirs

Carbonate Reservoir Characterization: An Integrated Approach  

Posted by innofidelity at Dec. 30, 2007
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F. Jerry Lucia, "Carbonate Reservoir Characterization: An Integrated Approach"
Publisher: Springer | Number Of Pages: 336 | 10.78 MB | PDF | 2007-11-14 | ISBN 354072740X

One principal need in petroleum recovery from carbonate reservoirs is the description of the three-dimensional distribution of petrophysical properties in order to improve performance predictions by means of fluid-flow computer simulations. The book focuses on a rock based approach for the integration of geological, petrophysical, and geostatistical methods to construct a reservoir model suitable to input into flow simulation programs. This second edition includes a new chapter on model construction and new examples of limestone, dolostone, and touching-vug reservoir models as well as improved chapters on basic petrophysical properties, rock-fabric/petrophysical relationships, calibration of wireline logs, and sequence stratigraphy.
Color Illustrated Guide to Carbonate Rock Constituents, Textures, Cements

Color Illustrated Guide to Carbonate Rock Constituents, Textures, Cements (Memoir) by Peter A. Scholle
English | 31 Dec. 1978 | ISBN: 0891813039 | 248 Pages | PDF | 204 MB

The purpose of this book is to make available to geologists who may not be specialists in carbonate petrography a volume which illustrates the major grains, textures, cements, and porosity types found in carbonate rocks. Successful hydrocarbon exploration in carbonate rocks is a difficult and complex problem. Carbonate rocks not only have complicated and varied depositional patterns, but also are subject to extensive post-depositional alteration which may radically alter original porosity and permeability relationships.
Carbonate Cementation in Sandstones: Distribution Patterns and Geochemical Evolution by Sadoon Morad

Carbonate Cementation in Sandstones: Distribution Patterns and Geochemical Evolution (Special Publication 26 of the IAS) (International Association Of Sedimentologists Series) by Sadoon Morad
English | Aug 6, 1998 | ISBN: 0632047771 | 514 Pages | PDF | 49 MB

Carbonate cements are very common and abundant in clastic sequences. They profoundly influence the quality of hydrocarbon reservoirs and supply important information on palaeoenvironments and the chemical composition and flow patterns of fluids in sedimentary basins. Despite this importance, their distribution patterns in time and space and their geochemical evolution are not yet deeply explored and elucidated.
Microfacies of Carbonate Rocks: Analysis, Interpretation and Application (repost)

Microfacies of Carbonate Rocks: Analysis, Interpretation and Application By Erik Flügel
English | 2004 | 976 Pages | ISBN: 354022016X | PDF | 99 MB

The book provides a synthesis of the methods used in microfacies analysis, the potential of microfacies in evaluating depositional environments and diagenetic history, and the application of microfacies data in the study of carbonate hydrocarbon reservoirs and the provenance of archaeological materials.
Microfacies of Carbonate Rocks: Analysis, Interpretation and Application (repost)

Microfacies of Carbonate Rocks: Analysis, Interpretation and Application By Erik Flügel
English | 2009 | 984 Pages | ISBN: 364203795X | PDF | 133 MB

This unparelleled reference synthesizes the methods used in microfacies analysis and details the potential of microfacies in evaluating depositional environments and diagenetic history, and, in particular, the application of microfacies data in the study of carbonate hydrocarbon reservoirs and the provenance of archaeological materials.