The SPWLA Permian Basin Chapter
Luncheon and Learn
Tuesday, October 26th
11:50 AM - 1:00 PM CDT
"INVESTIGATING AND INNOVATING DELAWARE BASIN BONE SPRING AND WOLFCAMP OBSERVATIONS THROUGH CORE BASED QUANTIFICATION; CASE STUDY IN THE INTEGRATED WORK FLOW INCLUDING CLOSED RETORT COMPARISONS "
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The Delaware basin of the greater Permian basin system has been the focus of continual increased attention in the exploration, appraisal and development phases of unconventional oil and gas potential over the past decade. While the industry continues to drill horizontal wells for the exploitation of producible hydrocarbon, subsurface disciplines continue to investigate the rock and fluid properties of the stratigraphy through the application of various technological tools. In this study we focus on five wells spatially covering Loving, Ward and Reeves county in West Texas where whole core samples were acquired and investigated to compare and contrast variation in the Bone Spring and Wolfcamp formations across varying geological context. Samples taken from the whole conventional core were investigated in the laboratory setting and a series of measurements acquired on each sample that shed light on trends and changes in the rock property volumes as we compare across the same stratigraphic interval but varying the lithology, maturity, fluid-filled storage and porosity and permeability correlations. Utilization of nuclear magnetic resonance as well as acquired geochemical data allow an innovative approach and application of a correction factor to be applied to the saturation quantification. Integration of geological context with measured laboratory data constraint and petrophysical wireline-based interpretation link predictive trends from the defined rock and fluid property distributions and may aide in prediction of hydrocarbon versus water production expectations.
Stephanie Perry is originally from upstate New York. She completed a dual BSc in Geology and Psychology in 2004 at Union College, Schenectady, New York; an MSc in Earth Sciences at SUNY Albany, New York, in 2006; and PhD in Geology at Syracuse University in 2014. Stephanie has worked in the oil and gas industry for >11 years in exploration, development and production. She has worked onshore and offshore opportunities spanning roles from a geologist to a geophysicist to specialization in petrophysics. She formerly worked with operators including ExxonMobil and Anadarko Petroleum Corporation. She currently works for GeoMark Research Inc. as the chief petrophysical advisor.
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Permian Basin Chapter of the SPWLA
Next Meeting: January 25, 2022
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