Third EAGE Workshop on Naturally Fractured Reservoirs
Aims & Objectives
This workshop will focus on the static and dynamic calibration of fractured reservoir models to reduce model uncertainty at any stage of field life. The aim of this workshop is to introduce a variety of case studies from geophysics, geology and reservoir engineering to discuss what needs to be done to increase our ability to build well-calibrated and hence reliable, static and dynamic models for naturally fractured reservoirs. These examples are intended to support the existing and emerging calibration techniques presented, review appropriate data sets, outline lessons learnt and define best practices for model calibration. The workshop will therefore provide an overview of the current state-of-the-art and indicate areas for future improvement. In this context, the workshop will also try to translate academic research in the relevant fields to industry applications and ensure that information and insights from independent studies can be placed into a relevant framework or global context.