On evaluation of absolute, effective and relative permeability of terrigenous reservoirs

Authors: R.Sh. Dinmukhamedov (Tatneft OAO), K.M. Musin, A. Asklou, D.S. Danilov (TatNIPIneft)
Correct evaluation of reservoir permeability is critical today. This is attributed to several reasons, including increased number of complex reservoirs and decline of oil and gas production levels. Correct evaluation of oil, gas, and water effective and relative permeability, apart from absolute permeability, which nowadays is most commonly used to study oil and gas reservoirs, will allow to identify reservoirs in the well cross-section, estimate inflow behavior, and predict production rates more effectively.
Correct evaluation of reservoir permeability is critical today. This is attributed to several reasons, including increased number of complex reservoirs and decline of oil and gas production levels. Correct evaluation of oil, gas, and water effective and relative permeability, apart from absolute permeability, which nowadays is most commonly used to study oil and gas reservoirs, will allow to identify reservoirs in the well cross-section, estimate inflow behavior, and predict production rates more effectively.


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