80th EAGE Conference & Exhibition 2018
Opportunities presented by the energy transition
Imaging the Microstructure of Reservoir Rocks in 3D and 4D
Friday 15 June 2018
|Title:||Imaging the Microstructure of Reservoir Rocks in 3D and 4D|
|Convenors:||H. Osholm Sørensen (University of Copenhagen)
D. Müter (University of Copenhagen)
During the last decade digital rock physics has become a more and more important direction for characterising reservoir rocks. Modern imaging tools provide insight into the pore structure at the micrometre and nanometre scale, which allows for derivation of petrophysical parameters and mechanical properties of rock material and their evolution with time. Even though much has been done to develop advanced imaging methods at ultra-high resolution (e.g. ptychographic X-ray nanotomography) and subsequent modelling (e.g. computational fluid dynamic simulations) we still lack evidence that these methods can be upscaled and replace conventional core analysis techniques.
We have put a program together that shows state-or-the-art work in pore scale processes, two phase fluid as well as reactive transport, studied by fast in situ imaging techniques. There will also be presentations of efforts to determine the petrophysical properties of rocks based ultra-high resolution imaging supported by computation fluid dynamics simulations. We hope the that the presentations will spawn discussions about how to move even further and how we make our results representative of real macroscale rock properties that can be used as predictive tools.
Predicting properties of fine grained reservoir rocks by ultra-high resolution X-ray imaging
Time-resolved three-dimensional imaging of multiphase flow in permeable media
|10:20||Multiphase flow near charged walls
J. Mathiesen (University of Copenhagen)
H. Menke (Imperial College London)
|12:00||Flow and Reactive Transport at the Microscopic Scale; Derivation of Porous Media Transport Properties
A. Raoof (Utrecht University)
|13:30||Poster session & Discussions|
Please note that this programme is subject to change.