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Received: 05 Sep 2017 , Published: 10 October 2017
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This study represents the petrophysical evaluation of Bentiu Formation-Muglad basin,
Diffra west oil field block (4) using well logs, A successful petrophysical interpretation for any
hydrocarbon system still motivates the researchers, to conduct more studies to discover a new
productive zones as well as to sustain their continuity productivity.
In this study petrophysical evaluation had been done for five wells using Interactive Petrophysics
software to detect the petroleum parameters and reservoir characteristics in the study area,
Focusing on Bentiu formation Evaluation which is the main reservoir at this part of Muglad
basin manually compared with interpretation for all logs have been done to confirm the software
Many reservoirs in addition of many determination, water cut had had been determined, which
were considered to be negatively affection on the future production rates. The solution of this
reduction impact was already proposed.
Comprehensive results were achieved after calculating the amount and distribution of shale
throw all the layers of Bentiu Formation using single curve method determination, the average
porosity of Bentiu Formation about 15%, and average water saturation had also been determined
by 62% these values were considered to be very compatible with the characteristics of the
reservoirs but some different cases had been noted, such as high water cut in Diffra1 about
(93%) and in Diffra5 about (94%)
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