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The need for a new Schiehallion full field reservoir simulation model was driven by the requirement to re-evaluate the reserves in the field: the existing model indicated that the modelled volumes were potentially too conservative. This, coupled with a 50% increase in the wells database through ongoing development drilling, was the main reason for building the new model. An integrated multidisciplinary team consisting of BP and Shell staff was set up to build a new full-field reservoir simulation model for reserves re-evaluation. The paper outlines the workflow employed in building the new model, FFM2003, and describes elements of this workflow in more detail, concentrating on lessons learned during the process.

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