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1. (WO2018013004) METHOD FOR PREDICTING EFFECTIVE COLLECTOR CAPACITY

Pub. No.:    WO/2018/013004    International Application No.:    PCT/RU2017/000428
Publication Date: Fri Jan 19 00:59:59 CET 2018 International Filing Date: Sat Jun 17 01:59:59 CEST 2017
IPC: G01V 3/08
G01V 3/38
Applicants: OBSHCHESTVO S OGRANICHENNOI OTVETSTVENNOSTIU "SIBIRSKAIA GEOFIZICHESKAIA KOMPANIIA"
ОБЩЕСТВО С ОГРАНИЧЕННОЙ ОТВЕТСТВЕННОСТЬЮ "СИБИРСКАЯ ГЕОФИЗИЧЕСКАЯ КОМПАНИЯ"
Inventors: GARINA, Svetlana Iurevna
ГАРИНА, Светлана Юрьевна
IVANOV, Sergei Aleksandrovich
ИВАНОВ, Сергей Александрович
VLADIMIROV, Viktor Valerevich
ВЛАДИМИРОВ, Виктор Валерьевич
KUDRIAVTSEVA, Elena Olegovna
КУДРЯВЦЕВА, Елена Олеговна
PUTIKOV, Oleg Fedorovich
ПУТИКОВ, Олег Фёдорович
Title: METHOD FOR PREDICTING EFFECTIVE COLLECTOR CAPACITY
Abstract:
The invention relates to the field of electrical prospecting research. The invention is used in marine electrical prospecting, having highlighted areas within the bounds of deposits, characterized by a sufficiently dense network of measurement-installation profiles, and involves the use of a differential-normalized method of electrical prospecting (DNME). The DNME method allows for selecting a standard material satisfying the criteria of experimental work, and is applied in the entirety of oil and gas prospecting operations. The invention also allows for using the results of single-factor dispersion analysis when determining a connection between a coefficient of polarizability and an effective collector capacity. The aim of the invention consists in improving a method for predicting hydrocarbon deposits on the basis of the technique of the differential-normalized method of electrical prospecting (DNME). The implementation of the proposed invention yields results allowing for performing quantitative prediction with regard to an effective hydrocarbon capacity of saturated collectors, on the basis of received polarization parameters. The proposed method also allows for determining the nature of collector saturation.