Thomas Teillet

Thomas Teillet
King Abdullah University of Science and Technology | KAUST · Division of Physical Sciences and Engineering (PSE)

Doctor of Philosophy

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Detection of pore types and diagenetic features from seismic data is a major challenge for the evaluation of carbonate reservoirs in the subsurface. Based on a detailed petrographical and petrophysical analysis of carbonate rock using optical and scanning electron microscopy, mercury-injection measurements, digital image analysis, and well logs, we...
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The comments raised by Paumard et al. (2020) led us to identify some pitfalls and limitations regarding the use of seismic geomorphology and seismic stratigraphy for paleoenvironmental reconstructions of carbonate systems and to add some clarifications on the Teillet et al. (2020a) depositional model. The comparison of the paleoenvironmental predic...
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The Miocene Yadana carbonate platform is a major offshore gas reservoir located in the Andaman Sea (offshore Myanmar). The integration of petrographic analysis of carbonate rocks, stable isotope measurements and seismic interpretation provided new insights into the diagenetic history of the Upper Burman Limestone reservoir. The high (28%) average p...
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The geological origin of seismic reflections, within a carbonate gas reservoir, has been determined on the basis of an integrative analysis of cores, well-logs, pre-production and 4D time-lapse-seismic data. The gas reservoir is subdivided into meter to decameter-thick diagenetic units which are characterized by distinct acoustic properties. Low im...
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Pores smaller than 10 microns in diameter (microporosity) can make up more than 90% of the total porosity in giant Arabian carbonate reservoirs. While a lot of research has been done to understand the distribution of microporosity, the diagenetic processes initiating its development are still debated. Since microporosity occurs in highly diagenetic...
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The Yadana carbonate buildup is a mature gas field, located in the Andaman Sea, offshore Myanmar and producing since 1998. The reservoir is an isolated carbonate platform, Oligocene to Miocene in age, sealed below 1200 m of siliciclastic sediments. Predicting hydrocarbon resources and water flows during the production has become a major challenge f...
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The development history of an oligo-mesophotic, early Miocene, isolated carbonate system (>160 m in thickness), forming the uppermost part of the Oligo-Miocene Yadana buildup (northern Andaman Sea), has been evidenced from the integration of sedimentological core studies from 4 wells (cumulated core length: 343 m), well correlations, seismic interp...
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The equivalent pore aspect ratio provides a tool to detect pore types by combining compressional and shear wave velocities, porosity, bulk density, and mineralogical composition of carbonate rocks. The integration of laboratory measurements, well logs, and petrographic analysis of carbonate rocks from various depositional and diagenetic settings (L...
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Seismic reservoir characterization within the pre-salt carbonate context faces two challenges. One is that the data quality, resolution and amplitudes reliability might not be good enough to let classical approach working. Second is that although Ip-Porosity or Ip/Is- Ip laws are often used to interpret the seismic as a porosity or a geological fac...

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Linking depositional/diagenetic architecture with seismic reflection patterns and seismic attributes of carbonate systems.