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Ceres2d: a Numerical Prototype for Hc Potential Evaluation in Complex Area

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H. Devoitine
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I. Faille
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Abstract-Ceres2D: A Numerical Prototype for HC Potential Evaluation in Complex Area-This paper deals with the Ceres prototype which is a basin model able to account for porous medium compaction, heat transfer, and hydrocarbon generation and migration. Furthermore, Ceres was designed to handle changing geometry through time as results of sedimentation, erosion, salt or mud creeping and block displacement along fault. The classical flow chart to perform a case study is composed of three main steps. The first step is the building of the present day section. This is generally done with data coming from the seismic interpretation, well data, field data and core data. The second step is the restoration of the section. Thus from the section at present day, the section is restored back in the past for each of the defined layer, and until the substratum is reached. The last step is the forward simulation. And, in order to solve the coupled equations that are generally used in basin models, we had to develop original numerical methods based on domain decomposition techniques. The Ceres prototype has now been used to study petroleum systems. It has been used to perform sensitivity studies on fault permeability in the Bolivian foothills and the Congo offshore. In the Gulf of Mexico, it allowed to study the impact of the salt tectonics on the hydrocarbon migration. More recently, the Ceres prototype has been tested, within the frame of the SubTrap consortium, in thrust areas such as the Canadian foothills and the Eastern Venezuelan foothills. For these last case studies, it has been beneficial that structural geologists were involved at all stages of the process.
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hal-02043982 , version 1 (21-02-2019)

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F. Schneider, H. Devoitine, I. Faille, E. Flauraud, F. Willien. Ceres2d: a Numerical Prototype for Hc Potential Evaluation in Complex Area. Oil & Gas Science and Technology - Revue d'IFP Energies nouvelles, 2002, 57 (6), pp.607-619. ⟨10.2516/ogst:2002041⟩. ⟨hal-02043982⟩

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