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Review of deterministic geostatistical mapping methods in Croatian hydrocarbon reservoirs and advantages of such approach

Ena Husanović ; Marka Marojice street 23, 20000 Dubrovnik, Croatia
Tomislav Malvić ; University of Zagreb, Faculty of Mining, Geology and Petroleum Engineering, Pierottijeva 6, Zagreb, Croatia

Puni tekst: hrvatski pdf 94 Kb

str. 64-68

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In the last decade, many geostatistic mapping methods have been done in the Croatian part of the Pannonian Basin System. Great number of those maps has shown clastic reservoirs of Miocene age, mostly containing sandstones. All of those mappings have been based on data collected from Sava and Drava depression. In some earlier studies, as well as here, it has been shown that geostatistic maps are more appropriate for display of the distribution of reservoir variables. Because of different calculation theory and results interpretation in general, for stochastical geostatistical methods, the advantages of deterministical geostatistical methods for mapping porosity and reservoir thickness are displayed (techniques of Ordinary Kriging and Cokriging).

Ključne riječi

determinism, geostatistics, Miocene, clastites, Sava Depression, Drava Depression

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