Uncertainty in Reservoir Evaluation - URE
Lithology and fluid prediction - LFP
To provide creative mathematically based solutions to recognized challenges in reservoir evaluation.
Identify, develop and evaluate mathematically and physically based models for assessment of uncertainties in reservoir evaluation, and distribute information and provide training about these models through education, publishing and seminars.
The activity in the programme is inspired by the problem complexes:
· near-well initial reservoir characterization integrating all available information
· dynamic reservoir characterization based on repeated seismic monitoring and production history
· detecting rare spatial events such as faults, thin shales and other flow barriers from multiple data sources
Professor Henning Omre , Department of Mathematical Sciences, NTNU - Head of URE
Professor Helge Holden , Department of Mathematical Sciences, NTNU
Professor Bjørn Ursin , Department of Petroleum Engineering & Applied Geophysics, NTNU
Ass.Professor Jo Eidsvik , Department of Mathematical Sciences, NTNU
The current project lasts until 2013.
Status report: The current status of the URE-initiative : Status report .
Presentations URE meeting February 2012.
URE-seminar topics: A list of seminar topics covered by URE people: seminars