Research & Development in Material Science

A Weight Coefficients Method for Geostatistical Three- Dimensional Modeling

  • Open or Close Zhang Jinliang*

    Department of Resource Science and Technology, Beijing Normal University, China

    *Corresponding author: Zhang Jinliang, Department of Resource Science and Technology, Beijing Normal University, China, Tel: +86-139-1138-7308; Email: 08014@bnu.edu.cn

Submission: December 12, 2017; Published: December 18, 2017

ISSN : 2576-8840
Volume2 Issue4


In the study of Sulige gas field in Ordos Basin, we propose a new method that employs weight coefficients to balance the sandstone and mudstone data from irregular well patterns during stochastic modeling. The Sulige gas field is located northwest of the Yishan Slope in Ordos Basin, and its main gas-bearing formations are the Shanxi Formation and the Lower Shihezi Formation of Permian age. It is a tight gas field characterized by low porosity, permeability, and pressure, and high heterogeneity. The study area lies in the center of Sulige gas field, and exhibits a gentle and west-inclining monoclinal structure.

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