INTEGRATED DESCRIPTION OF A COMPLEX LOW NET/GROSS SANDSTONE RESERVOIR: UPPER SUBZONES OF THE ENDICOTT FIELD, NORTH SLOPE OF ALASKA
Published:December 01, 1997
TONY REYNOLDS, ANNE SHAW, ED WARREN, 1997. "INTEGRATED DESCRIPTION OF A COMPLEX LOW NET/GROSS SANDSTONE RESERVOIR: UPPER SUBZONES OF THE ENDICOTT FIELD, NORTH SLOPE OF ALASKA", Shallow Marine and Nonmarine Reservoirs: Sequence Stratigraphy, Reservoir Architecture and Production Characteristics, Keith W. Shanley, Bob F. Perkins
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The reservoir description for the upper subzones of Endicott field has been radically revised by the integration of fluid and geological data. Dynamic fluid data - tracer and production data - were combined with static pressure data and sequence stratigraphy to build a flow-unit description of the reservoir. Detailed interpretation of core produced a revised sedimentological model of the reservoir in which sand is focused in incised valleys. The combined results have been used to identify unswept oil and locate a series of successful infill wells.