2 edition of Time-lapse crosswell seismic monitoring of the Athabasca Tar Sands. found in the catalog.
Time-lapse crosswell seismic monitoring of the Athabasca Tar Sands.
Written in English
Thesis (Ph.D.), Dept. of Physics, University of Toronto
|Contributions||West, G. F. (supervisor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||209|
Geostatistical Reservoir Modeling Focusing on the Effect of Mudstone Clasts on Permeability for the Steam-Assisted Gravity Drainage Process in the Athabasca Oil Sands: Monitoring an Oil-Sands Reservoir in Northeast Alberta Using Time-Lapse 3D Seismic . Environmental monitoring--Alberta--Athabasca Tar Sands. Resource Dates. Date Created Date Added T Date Modified.
High levels of toxic pollutants in Alberta's Athabasca River system are linked to oilsands mining, researchers have found, contrary to the findings of a joint government-industry monitoring . Geology of the Athabasca basin Alberta's fossil fuel resources are the result of natural processes and events that have occurred over millions of years. This section explores the: Geological History of the province; and; Geological Features of the Athabasca oil sands deposit.
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Time-Lapse Crosswell Tomography in the Athabasca Tar Sands Anna Droujinina, Heriot-Watt University/British Geological Survey, Colin MacBeth* and Patrick Corbett, Heriot-Watt University.
Summary Two crosswell seismic surveys were acquired in the Athabasca Tar Sands at Steepbank oil-sand reservoir before and after the start of the steam injection.
Time-Lapse Crosswell Tomography In the Athabasca Tar Sands - OnePetro Two crosswell seismic surveys were acquired in the Athabasca Tar Sands at Steepbank oil-sand reservoir before and after the start of the steam injection. The objectives of the survey were to monitor the shape and the movement of the steam zone and idAuthor: Anna Droujinina, Colin MacBeth, Patrick Corbett.
These time-lapse borehole seismic surveys, crosswell and vertical seismic profile (VSP), were acquired to monitor the CO2 distribution using two boreholes (the new injection well and a pre. Time-lapse seismic in reservoir management is an important technology to help understand petroleum reservoirs and thus to produce more oil and gas from -D reservoir monitoring, an important part of the above, involves the study of two or more 3-D seismic surveys over the same reservoir in the hope of observing changes with time caused by petroleum production.
Oil sands reservoir monitoring using time-lapse 3D seismic in canda. International petroleum technology conference, Volume Nakayama, T. A., Monitoring an oil-sands reservoir in northwest Alberta using time-lapse 3D seismic and 3D P-SV converted wave datta.
The Leading Edge, pp. Nur, A. M., The Athabasca oil sands are the largest segment of the economy in Alberta, making up just over 30 percent of the gross domestic product.
In the – fiscal year, the Alberta government reported that “synthetic crude oil and bitumen royalty [from oil companies] accounted for about $ billion or almost 55 per cent of Alberta’s $ Author: Holli Riebeek. The Athabasca Oil Sands have undergone rapid and extensive strip mine development.
This activity is expected to resume as the cost of petroleum continues to rise. 16 spring, summer, and fall LANDSAT color composite transparencies at the 1/1 million scale were evaluated for use in environmental by: 2.
The Athabasca Tar Sands (also known as Oil Sands) are a very large source of heavy, viscous oil, known as bitumen, located in Alberta, Canada. The bitumen is mixed in sand or clay. Bitumen is chemically similar to asphalt. The oil extracted from the bitumen‐sand mixture is knownFile Size: 1MB.
Oil Sands and Geophysics. Douglas Schmitt. N., Matthews, L., and Hirsche, K.,Techniques applied to obtain very high resolution 3D seismic imaging at an Athabasca tar sands thermal pilot: The and Schmitt, D.
R.,A Case Study: QC Analysis of Time-lapse Seismic Monitoring in a Heavy Oil Reservoir, pp. 4 – CDROM, Can Author: Douglas Schmitt. Most of the bitumen in the Athabasca deposit is hosted within fluvial, estuarine, and marginal marine deposits of the Lower Cretaceous Wabiskaw-McMurray succession.
The present study is an integration of recent outcrop and subsurface studies, mainly focused in the Fort McMurray area of northeastern Alberta. The basis of the regional geologic framework includes outcrop sections (78), Cited by: Reflection Seismology for Potash and O Techniques Applied to Obtain Very High-Resolution 3-D Seismic Imaging at an Athabasca Tar Sands Thermal Pilot: ABSTRACT The goal of time-lapse.
In SeptemberI flew over and took footage of the Tar Sands of Northern Alberta. This was the beginning of my 1,mile walk along the.
The Athabasca oil sands, also known as the Athabasca tar sands, are large deposits of bitumen or extremely heavy crude oil, located in northeastern Alberta, Canada – roughly centred on the boomtown of Fort oil sands, hosted primarily in the McMurray Formation, consist of a mixture of crude bitumen (a semi-solid rock-like form of crude oil), silica sand, clay minerals, and nates: 57°01′N °39′W / °N.
Geomorphologic characteristics of the strata observed in seismic time slices reveal that a fluvial depositional setting was prevalent. Ichnologic and palynologic data, as well as sedimentary structures suggestive of tidal processes, indicate a marine influence in the upper reaches of a fluvial system characterized by channels that were to Cited by: These factors all increase the likelihood of seeing a time-lapse seismic signature (Lumley et al., ).
What has proven more challenging than the time-lapse reservoir monitoring is reservoir characterization aimed at distinguishing good quality sands from shales that can limit : Kelsey Schiltz, David Gray. Tar sands: Key geologic risks and opportunities. Monitoring an oil-sands reservoir in northwest Alberta using time-lapse 3D seismic and 3D P-SV converted-wave data.
Deterministic mapping of reservoir heterogeneity in Athabasca oil sands using surface seismic data. Although the concept of time-lapse seismic reservoir monitoring is relatively new, a few notable pilot projects have been attempted at EOR steam sites. Pullin et al.
collected two 3-D seismic surveys before and after a steam pilot at an Athabasca tar sands reservoir site. By comparing time delay and amplitude attenuation maps between the two. REALITY CHECK: WATER AND THE TAR SANDS Reality Check TAILINGS AND HEALTH RISKS The tar sands create million litres of toxic waste — every day.
These toxic lakes contain hazardous chemicals like arsenic, lead and mercury that can cause health problems, such as cancer and brain damage.
While many of the human health impacts are just beginningFile Size: 3MB. The Joint Canada | Alberta Implementation Plan for Oil Sands Monitoring Third Annual Report: (PDF; kB) Joint Canada-Alberta Implementation Plan for Oil Sands Monitoring (PDF; MB; HTML) Water Quality Monitoring (Phase 1) Lower Athabasca Water Quality Monitoring Plan Phase 1.
Detecting and imaging time-lapse conductivity changes using electromagnetic methods: Creator: Devriese, Sarah G. Publisher: University of British Columbia: Date Issued: Description: Steam-assisted gravity drainage (SAGD) is an in situ recovery process used to extract bitumen from the Athabasca oil sands in Northern Alberta, : Sarah G.
Devriese. Time-lapse Seismic Modeling in Leming Lake, Alberta John J. Zhang, Laurence R. Bentley, Tony Settari and Ed Krebes, University of Calgary Introduction Heavy oil has been produced since from the Clearwater formation in Leming Lake area.
Imperial Oil has shot time-lapse 3D.Bituminous sands are those impregnated with oil too heavy and viscous to be extracted by conventional drilling techniques. Bitumen is the name of the oil which comes from the sands. Bituminous sands are popularly misnamed as “tar sands” and so the US Geological Survey has proposed a definition for tar sands.
(,). Oil sands are the most important of the oil and gas resources in Canada. So the distribution and evaluation of oil sands form a critical basis for risk investment in Canada.
Distribution of oil sands resources is severely controlled by the reservoir heterogeneity. Deterministic modeling is commonly used to solve the heterogeneity problems in the reservoir, but rarely used to evaluate Cited by: 2.