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ОбложкаHeavy oils: reservoir characterization and production monitoring / ed. by S.Chopra et al. - Tulsa: Society of Exploration Geophysicists, 2010. - xix, 317 p.: ill., maps. - (SEG Geophysical Developments Series; N 13). - Incl. bibl. ref. - Ind.: p.315-317. - ISBN 978-1-56080-222-8
 

Оглавление / Contents
 
About the Editors .............................................. xv
Preface ...................................................... xvii
Acknowledgments ................................................ xx

Chapter 1  Heavy-oil Reservoirs  Their Characterization and
           Production ........................................... 1
           Satinder Chopra, Larry Lines, Douglas R. Schmitt,
           and Mike Batzle

SECTION 1  ROCK PHYSICS ASPECTS ................................ 71

Chapter 2  Seismic Properties of Heavy Oils — Measured Data .... 73
           De-hua Han, Jiajin Liu, and Michael Batzle

Chapter 3  Modeling Studies of Heavy Oil — In Between Solid
           and Fluid Properties ................................ 81
           Agnibha Das and Mike Batzle

Chapter 4  Correlating the Chemical and Physical Properties
           of a Set of Heavy Oils from around the World ........ 89
           Amy Hinkle, Eun-Jae Shin, Matthew W. Liberatore,
           Andrew M. Herring, and Mike Batzle

Chapter 5  Measuring and Monitoring Heavy-oil Reservoir
           Properties .......................................... 99
           Kevin Wolf, Tiziana Vanorio, and Gary Mavko

Chapter 6  Seismic Rock Physics of Steam Injection in
           Bituminous-oil Reservoirs .......................... 107
           Evan Bianco, Sam Kaplan, and Douglas Schmitt

Chapter 7  Prediction of Pore Fluid Viscosity Effects on
           P-wave Attenuation in Reservoir Sandstones ......... 113
           Angus Best, Clive McCann, and Jeremy Sothcott

Chapter 8  Elastic Property Changes in a Bitumen Reservoir
           during Steam Injection ............................. 121
           Ayato Kato, Shigenobu Onozuka, and Tom Nakayama

SECTION 2  GEOLOGIC/GEOPHYSICAL CHARACTERIZATION .............. 129

Chapter 9  The Devonian Petroleum System of the Western
           Canada Sedimentary Basin - with Implications for
           Heavy-oil Reservoir Geology ........................ 131
           Hans G. Machel

Chapter 10 Review of Geology of a Giant Carbonate Bitumen
           Reservoir, Grosmont Formation, Saleski, Alberta .... 155
           Kent R. Barrett and J.C. Hopkins

Chapter 11 Deterministic Mapping of Reservoir Heterogeneity
           in Athabasca Oil Sands Using Surface Seismic
           Data ............................................... 165
           Yong Xu and Satinder Chopra

Chapter 12 Imaging Oil-sands Reservoir Heterogeneities Using
           Wide-angle Prestack Seismic Inversion .............. 173
           Baishali Roy, Phil Anno, and Michael Gurch

Chapter 13 Characterization of Heavy-oil Reservoir Using
           Vp/Vs Ratio and Neural Networks Analysis ........... 183
           Carmen C. Dumitrescu and Larry Lines

Chapter 14 Multicomponent Processing of Seismic Data at the
           Jackfish Heavy-oil Project, Alberta ................ 191
           Karen J. Pengelly, Larry R. Lines, and Don
           C. Lawton

SECTION 3  RESERVOIR MONITORING ............................... 201

Chapter 15 Geostatistical Reservoir Modeling Focusing on
           the Effect of Mudstone Clasts on Permeability for
           the Steam-assisted Gravity Drainage Process in
           the Athabasca Oil Sands ............................ 203
           Koji Kashihara, Akihisa Takahashi, Takashi Tsuji,
           Takahiro Torigoe, Koji Hosokoshi, and Kenji Endo

Chapter 16 Monitoring an Oil-sands Reservoir in Northwest
           Alberta Using Time-lapse 3D Seismic and 3D P-SV
           Converted-wave Data ................................ 215
           Tom Nakayama, Akihisa Takahashi, Leigh Skinner,
           and Ayato Kato

Chapter 17 Oil-sands Reservoir Characterization for
           Optimization of Field Development .................. 227
           Akihisa Takahashi

SECTION 4  PRODUCTION ......................................... 235

Chapter 18 The Effects of Cold Production on Seismic
           Response ........................................... 237
           Fereidoon Vasheghani, Joan Embleton, and Larry
           Lines

Chapter 19 Effects of Heavy-oil Cold Production on Vp/Vs
           Ratio .............................................. 243
           Duojun (Albert) Zhang, Larry Lines, and Joan
           Embleton

Chapter 20 Collaborative Methods in Enhanced Cold Heavy-oil
           Production ......................................... 251
           Larry Lines, Hossein Agharbarati, P.F. Daley,
           Joan Embleton, Mathew Fay, Tony Settari,
           Fereidoon Vasheghani, Tingge Wang, Albert Zhang,
           Xun Qi, and Douglas Schmitt

Chapter 21 Crosswell Seismic Imaging — A Critical Tool for
           Thermal Projects ................................... 259
           Mark McCullum

Chapter 22 The Impact of Oil Viscosity Heterogeneity on
           Production from Heavy Oil and Bitumen Reservoirs
           Geotailoring Recovery Processes to
           Compositionally Graded Reservoirs .................. 265
           Ian D. Gates, Jennifer J. Adams, and Steve
           R. Larter

Chapter 23 Using Time-lapse Seismic to Monitor the
           Toe-to-Heel-Air-Injection (THAITM) Heavy-oil
           Production Process ................................. 275
           Rob Kendall

SECTION 5  GEOMECHANICAL ASPECTS .............................. 285

Chapter 24 Geomechanics Effects in Thermal Processes for
           Heavy-oil Exploitation ............................. 287
           Maurice B. Dusseault and Patrick M. Collins

Chapter 25 Passive Seismic and Surface Monitoring of
           Geomechanical Deformation Associated with Steam
           Injection .......................................... 293
           Shawn C. Maxwell, Jing Du, and Julie Shemeta

Chapter 26 Using Multitransient Electromagnetic Surveys to
           Characterize Oil Sands and Monitor Steam-assisted
           Gravity Drainage ................................... 301
           Folke Engelmark

SECTION 6  ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECTS .............................. 309

Chapter 27 Tar Sands  Key Geologic Risks and Opportunities .... 311
           Jack R. Century
Acknowledgments ............................................... 313

Index ......................................................... 315


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