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A common problem in naturally fractured reservoirs (NFRs) is a lack of data caused by few wells; or at least, few wells with core or borehole images. Secondary data (such as seismic) can be used to improve predictions of fracture intensity in between the wells. Common geostatistical techniques...
Re-Sampling the Ensemble Kalman Filter for Improved History Matching and Characterizations of Non-Gaussian and Non-Linear Reservoir ModelsDownload
Reservoir simulation models play an important role in the production forecasting and field development planning. To enhance their predictive capabilities and capture the uncertainties in model parameters, stochastic reservoir models should be calibrated to both geologic and flow observations. The...
Evaluating the resource contained in a precious metals deposit is a challenging task because they are often characterized by heavily-skewed grade distributions and outlier values. Traditional geostatistical modelling methods are difficult to apply in the presence of outlier values because they...