Three-Dimensional Estimation and Modeling of Sediment Thickness on Basement to Explore Hydrocarbon Reserves Using Geophysical Data, Case Study: South of Netherlands
Gravity survey has a lot of applications in identifying geological structures which can form and store  hydrocarbons. Also, this method helps the salt dome and dome-shaped uplift masses to be identified. In this paper, the nonlinear inverse modeling approach of gravity data is used to determine the geometry of the basement. In the process of modeling gravity data, a grid is generally approximated by a series of coordinating prisms, and then their thickness is calculated. In order to demonstrate the efficiency of the method, understanding how the method works and its details, the modeling noiseless and noisy gravity data was first performed. At the end, modeling real gravity measurements was performed using data from the South of Netherlands. Finally, the obtained results are in good agreement with the results obtained in the Mirzai thesis. Moreover, all the programs used in this article are provided by the authors in the MATLAB software environment.
Article Type:
Research/Original Article
Petroleum Research, Volume:29 Issue:105, 2019
125 - 135  
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