Prediction Technology for Top Gas Reservoir of Oil and Gas Reservoir of Three-Dimensional Seismic Pre-Stack Parameters: Application in Jinzhou South Oil and Gas Field in Bohai Sea

MING Jun, WANG Jianli, ZHANG Linlin

Abstract


It is the key of using the oil layer efficiently to avoid the top gas reservoir of the oil and gas reservoir in the development of the offshore oilfield. The oil reservoir in the second member of the Shahejie Formation of the Jinzhou South Oilfield in the Bohai Sea is a complex oil and gas reservoir of top gas, narrow oil ring and edge water. The oil and gas reservoir is longitudinally divided into multiple sets of fluid systems, and the gas-oil interfaces of different fault blocks are not consistent with large differences. The positions of the gas-oil interfaces and oil-water interfaces need to be determined precisely in the development and design of the horizontal wells on the drilling platforms, so as to prevent the premature gas channeling and water invasion of the production wells. Thus the identification of the top gas reservoir is particularly important. In this paper, we used seismic attribute analysis, pre-stack elastic parameter coordinate rotation method fluid detection and other technologies to identify the top gas reservoir of the oil and gas reservoir in the second member of the Shahejie Formation of the Jinzhou South Oilfield in the Bohai Sea, and obtained good application effects.
Key words: Oil and gas reservoir; Top gas reservoir; Three-dimensional seismic high resolution amplitude preservation processing; Seismic attributes; Pre-stack elastic parameter coordinate rotation method; Fluid detection


Keywords


Oil and gas reservoir; Top gas reservoir; Three-dimensional seismic high resolution amplitude preservation processing; Seismic attributes; Pre-stack elastic parameter coordinate rotation method; Fluid detection

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/5309

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