Program and presentations

 

Processes

 

9.00

Welcome and introduction

 

9.10  

Diagenetic reaction during deep burial in sedimentary basins. Consequences for differential stresses, fluid flow and rock properties   

Knut Bjørlykke, University of Oslo                 

9.40

High resolution 3D numerical models

Dani Schmidt, PGP, U. Of Oslo     

10.10

Effects of fluid-pressure changes in reservoirs on fracture-propagation, apertures and fault reactivation    

  

Agust Gudmundsson, Royal Holloway                        

10.40 

Break

 

11.00

Reservoir compartmentalisation in HPHT reservoirs: beyond fault seal analysis  

 

Quentin Fisher, U. Of Leeds              

11.30

Geomechanical modelling of fault reactivation related to pore pressure changes 

Elin Skurtveit, NGI                            

12.00

Lunch

 

 


Case studies and their implications       

     

 

13.00

Mechanisms for top seal leakage - evidence from shear waves

Mike Kendall, Bristol U.                   

13.30                       

From extension to inversion – The Gudrun HP/HT field development  

Silvan Hoth, Statoil   

14.00

Break

 

14.20

Distribution of high pressure regimes in the Norwegian Continental shelf and consequences for hydrocarbon accumulations

Fridtjof Riis, NPD                               

 

 

 

14.50

Skagerrak porosity trends and implications for fluid pressure evolution in the Basin 

Neil Grant, COP                                 

15.20 

Discussion and wrap up

 

16.00

Reception, food and drink

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Photo: Øyvind Hagen - Statoil