Reservoir Characterization and Management in Western Anatolia Turkey



Reservoir characterization of the Hamitabat Gas Field,Thrace-Turkey.
Şen, Yıldız; Karahanoğlu, Nurkan; Department of Geological Engineering (1993)
Reservoir analysis by well log data
Kök, Mustafa Verşan; Ersoy, Gizem (Informa UK Limited, 2005-04-01)
The aim of this research is to describe and characterize the reservoir sections by well log data. Well logs are used to examine the porosity, water saturation and true resistivity properties of the reservoir. Throughout the project, the data is processed using geostatistical tests that are frequency, histograms, auto-correlation, cross-correlations, linear and multiple regression analysis to find the relations between the variables. Statistical analyses are performed using SPSS software. From the output of ...
Reservoir simulation modeling of a natural gas field for reservoir evaluation.
Yılmaz, Sedef; Parlaktuna, Mahmut; Department of Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering (2002)
Reservoir description and evaluation of beloka formation in southeast part of Silivanka field
Göktuğ, Ertan; Okandan, Ender; Department of Petroleum Engineering (1991)
Reservoir heterogeneity, sedimentology, and diagenesis of ordovician bedinan formation, southern diyarbakir basin, se turkey: paleogeographic implications
Yıldız, Gökay.; Yılmaz, İsmail Ömer; Department of Geological Engineering (2019)
Recent high-quality oil discoveries in SE Turkey, specifically Diyarbakır Basin from the Ordovician aged Bedinan Formation sandstone reservoir levels have introduced many questions. The fact that variable hydrocarbon production rates in the studied wells oblige us to delineate internal framework of the sandstone levels and to find the answer for the reason of the reservoir heterogeneity which will be a proxy to find convenient well stimulation methods in order to increase hydrocarbon recovery. In this study...
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