Participants sought for core image database

Trobec Geology Group is kicking off a project to build a core image database of tight gas reservoirs.

Calgary-based Trobec Geology Group is seeking participants to build a core plug rock properties database for tight gas reservoirs in Alberta and northeast British Columbia. The database will hold information on permeability, porosity, wireline log data and other attributes. Lithology, facies, and image-derived rock properties will also be captured.

Ground truth

The tight gas core plug database will link core plug permeability to a ‘rich set of ground truth rock properties’. Neural-net wireline log classification functions and rock property prediction equations are also being planned.

Geostatistical analysis

Trobec’s geostatistical software includes tools for supervised classification, multivariate regression, and gauss-newton

finite central difference data fitting. More from

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