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Logs, Core and Reservoir Model Elements


Consider the Scale!

Once the reservoir modeller has developed a conceptual model, they need to decide whether the log and core data is at a suitable scale to provide representative values of porosity and permeability.

AGR's Petrophysicist Jenny shows two model elements at outcrop and integrates these with measurements' scales. Jenny suggests a workflow to follow when dealing with non-representative measurements.

Watch the vlog here: https://www.agr.com/snackbox/blog/logs-core-and-reservoir-model-elements

Jenny is part of AGR's Reservoir Management team and often participates also as tutor in our TRACS Training courses. 

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