|The Paradigm® SKUA® Reservoir Properties application contains a flexible and dynamic workflow for populating reservoir grids. It offers an extensive suite of geostatistical algorithms for spatial interpolation (mapping), as well as stochastic simulation for modeling geological facies (or any discrete variables) and petrophysical properties, such as porosity and permeability (or any continuous variables).|
The Facies Modeling workflow includes a flexible object-based stochastic simulation algorithm, and an efficient multiple-point simulation algorithm (MPS) Impala (developed in collaboration with Ephesia Consult) for geologically realistic facies models.
A post-processing workflow provides tools for summarizing and analyzing simulation results, together with decision-making support tools such as volumetric map computation and connectivity analysis.
A water saturation workflow lets the user define reservoir compartments, either manually or by looking at the juxtaposition or pressure differences across faults. In each compartment, saturation functions can be defined as a function of rock material and height above contacts.