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18 Advancements in Fundamental Petrophysics

Monday, 3 October
370 D-F
Technical Session
Experimental and pore-scale petrophysics provide fundamental insights of rock surfaces, pore structures, rock-fluids interactions, and their effects on field-scale properties. This session discusses advancements in fundamental petrophysics and its effects on reservoir properties.
Session Chairperson(s)
Miral Tawfik - Chevron Technology Centre
Shouxiang Ma - Saudi Aramco PE&D
Zhipeng Liu - GHD Future Energy
  • 1400-1425 210178
    2D Surface Roughness Quantification For Enhanced Petrophysical Applications
    G. Singer, Halliburton; S.M. Ma, Saudi Aramco PE&D; S. Chen, M. Eid, Halliburton
  • 1425-1450 210264
    Experimental Measurements And Molecular Simulation Of Carbon Dioxide Adsorption On Carbon Surface
    I. Gomaa, J.O. Guerrero, Z. Heidari, D. Espinoza, The University of Texas At Austin
  • 1450-1515 210315
    The Effect Of Salt Concentration On Dielectric Permittivity And Interfacial Polarization In Carbonate Rocks With Complex Pore Structure
    Z. Azizoglu, Z. Heidari, The University of Texas At Austin
  • 1545-1610 210169
    NMR T2 Response In Rough Pore Systems: Modeling And Analysis
    Y. Li, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology; M.M. Alsinan, Saudi Aramco PE&D; X. He, E. Ugolkov, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology; H.T. Kwak, Saudi Aramco PE&D; H. Hoteit, King Abdullah University of Science & Tech
  • 1610-1635 210006
    Correlated Inversion Of Complex Dielectric Dispersion And NMR Measurements In Conventional Carbonates
    J.J. Funk, Core Imaging Consultants LLC; M.T. Myers, L.A. Hathon, University of Houston
  • 1635-1700 210164
    Diffusional And Electrical Tortuosity In Unconventional Shale Reservoirs
    J. Odiachi, F. Cruz, A. Tinni, University of Oklahoma