|The SKUA® Fluid Saturation workflow provides a guided process for building 3D models of initial reservoir saturation, taking into account reservoir heterogeneities and compartmentalization.|
|Many advanced methods are provided to define transition zones, including height functions, J-Function, Capillary Pressure functions, Leverett and Thomeer equations. Multiple methods can be combined for a single model by defining a different method for each compartment and/or lithology. User-defined equations can be combined with the available methods.
The same functions applied to the reservoir model can be applied to wells, to create saturation curves at well resolution that can be compared to the available saturation logs or core data.