Eni is working with reservoir and geology at an international level, and has a wide range of activities. In Eni Norge, reservoir and geology activities is closely linked to our own exploration activities on the Norwegian shelf.
The Reservoir Department RES is an important technological device to help optimize production and recovery of oil and gas. Reservoir management is an important part of a field development.
The Department is split into three functional sub areas:
- Geoscience (Geology, Geophysics and Petrophysics)
- Reservoir Technology
- Petroleum Technology
The main objectives within Reservoir Geoscience (G&G) are to characterize reservoirs in terms of distribution and properties of reservoir rock and to calculate hydrocarbons in-place.
The team performs detailed seismic interpretations, geological interpretations of well logs and cores, petrophysical analysis and based on this builds quantitative geological models.
In order to perform rigorous analyses, characterisation and mapping, thorough data acquisition programs have to be planned and implemented as part of the forthcoming drilling program.
Some research projects sponsored by Eni Norge:
|MPM - In situ verification II of High Performance Flowmeter
|Use of the Ensemble Kalman Filter for Reservoir Characterisation - updating and history maching of reservoir simulation models
|ROSE Rock Seismic Consortium
|Added Value from Intelligent Well and Fields System Technology
|RESMAN Well Tracers Systems - well inflow monitoring and interpretation