Structural Interpretation of 3D Seismic Data in Agbami Field
Keywords:Reservoir simulation, recoverability, seismic continuity
Communication in Physical Sciences, 2021, 7(4): 520 – 530
Authors: Juliet. E. Emudianughe. Kelvin. E. Uwuigbe and Sunday Utah*
Received: 25 October 2021/Accepted 21 December 2021
The complexity of a subsurface structural configuration has a significant role in hydrocarbon migration and trapping mechanisms. This study was designed to
ascertain the structural profile of part of the Agbami field as a core index of hydrocarbon play using well log and seismic volume data. From the well-seismic correlation, formation Sand A, with good producibility, recoverability indices which corresponded to a seismic continuity was mapped alongside its associated
faults. The observed surface showed subsurface features including the structural geometry of the study area. Discontinuities trend W-E direction, with the majority dipping eastward. Two major faults were identified and corresponded to the growth fault of the study area, which forms a two-way closure as a
hydrocarbon prospect in the study area. This study has created a workflow for pre-reservoir simulation studies for the Agbami field
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