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The key to understanding the performance and potential of a field is grasping the geologic framework and petroleum system.  Mr. Olszewski can map your fields using all available data and gain the geologic understanding necessary to efficiently develop them. Greg will integrate your 3D/2D seismic data with well control and whatever other geologic data is available. Working closely with reservoir engineers, reservoir compartmentalization will be recognized and mapped. Behind pipe, field extension, and deeper potential reservoirs will be identified. Mr. Olszewski will help you locate opportunities and maximize the potential of your field. His experience includes:

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Behind Pipe Potential

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Bubble Maps

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Cross Sections

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Field Extension

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Infill Drilling

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Isohydrocarbon maps

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Reservoir Compartmentalization

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Reserve Estimation

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Seismic Attributes

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Structural Mapping

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Stratigraphic Mapping

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Waterflood Programs

 

Bubble Maps 

Constructing bubble maps is an excellent method to display the area of withdrawal of hydrocarbons and the area invaded by injected fluids. These maps can be useful in designing an infill drilling or waterflood program. Although, they should not be used alone but in concert with other data. Mr. Olszewski has constructed bubble maps for many reservoirs in numerous fields.

 

Cross Sections

Constructing stratigraphic and structural cross sections is a classic technique in depicting the geologic conditions of an area under study. Cross sections can add insight to trapping mechanisms and reservoir compartmentalization. Mr. Olszewski has constructed a substantial number of cross sections from areas with simple to extremely complex geologic conditions.

 

Isohydrocarbon Maps

Isohydrocarbon maps display the original concentration of hydrocarbons in a field. The data used in these maps is based upon petrophysical analysis and reservoir thickness. These maps can be used as a tool in reserve estimation. Additionally, they may be used to assist in choosing development locations and waterflood design. Mr. Olszewski has constructed isohydrocarbon maps and utilized them to maximize the results of field development.

 

Isopach Maps

Constructing Isopach maps is another classic method of depicting a geologic setting. This type of map is useful in reservoir analysis and reserve estimation. Moreover, along with other maps and data, isopach maps can be used to refine depositional environments. The knowledge of depositional environments can be used to predict reservoir trends and quality. Mr. Olszewski has constructed countless isopach maps in fields, worldwide. 

 

 

 

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