EAGE E-Lecture: Watching Gas Move: Seismic 4D Reservoir Monitoring of… by André Gerhardt
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Eni Seismic Reservoir Characterisation Team – Massimo Fervari

The Italian EAGE-SEG Sectioninterviewed Massimo Fervari about the current applications and future perspectives onSeismic Inversion techniques, a technical topic with enormous implicationson the E&P activities of Energy Companies.Seismic Inversion has several applications and Massimo’s brain is certainly among the most passionate ones to pick.

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Assegnazione Sponsorhip Studentesca per 82a EAGE Conference & Exhibition

La Sezione Italiana EAGE-SEG ha offerto anche quest’anno la registrazione gratuita ed un rimborso spese forfettario pari a 300 euro a studenti di Università Italiane, per poter partecipare alla EAGE Conference & Exhibition, che si svolgerà a Amsterdam dall’ 8 all’ 11 dicembre 2020.

Dopo l’esame delle domande ricevute, è stata selezionata la studentessa Alessandra Lanzoni, dell’ Università di Trieste.

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EAGE E-Lecture: Watching Gas Move: Seismic 4D Reservoir Monitoring of the Pluto Gas Field, North West Shelf of Australia (by André Gerhardt)

This E-Lecture: “Watching Gas Move: Seismic 4D Reservoir Monitoring of the Pluto Gas Field, North West Shelf of Australia”, whilst Seismic 4D monitoring is a mature and established technology commonly used in the reservoir management of oil fields, not much has been published on its use for monitoring gas fields. In this presentation I describe in detail the various steps undertaken in the feasibility studies that underpinned the 4D seismic monitoring of the Pluto Gas Field in the North West Shelf of Australia. I also present some of the results of the first monitor survey which show remarkable similarity with the expectations from the feasibility studies. We postulate that the production-related (pressure and saturation) effects are much easier to predict and quantify when sufficient aquifer support is present.