OmniView Three-Phase Fluid Saturation Analysis Service

Provides salinity-independent three-phase formation fluid saturation analysis through casing

The Baker Hughes OmniView™ three-phase fluid saturation analysis service provides a quantitative three-phase formation fluid saturation analysis with wireline logging through casing, delivering valuable insight for formation fluid saturation monitoring. Using a triangulation technique, the OmniView service analyzes gas vs. liquid and oil vs. water saturation measurements to calculate quantitative three-phase saturation, yielding a transparent and reliable saturation analysis. The OmniView processes pulsed-neutron-induced, high-resolution gamma-ray data from the Baker Hughes Reservoir Performance Monitor™ (RPM™) service.

Quantitative saturation
The OmniView service combines measurements from the Baker Hughes GasView™ gas saturation service, which provides salinity-independent quantitative gas vs. liquid saturation measurements, and the carbon/oxygen (C/O) mode of the RPM service, which provides salinity-independent oil vs. water saturation measurements. Historically, three-phase saturation measurement through casing has not been possible in the industry, due to the inability to measure salinity-independent quantitative gas saturation.

Together, the GasView service and the C/O mode of the RPM service are analyzed independently using Monte Carlo N-Particle (MCNP) modeling, which generates forward looking models, and includes varying combinations of mineralogy, formation fluid density, borehole holdup, completion configurations, and formation gas pressure and density.

By using the triangulation technique of the OmniView service, oil-, water, - and gas-saturated zones are modeled based on input parameters for MCNP modeling. These triangulated models are then used to analyze data recorded from the GasView service and C/O measurements to deliver a salinity-independent quantitative three-phase formation fluid solution through casing.


Our GasView™ service offers accurate analysis of gas saturation behind casing.

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