Petrophysical analysis is key to the success of any oil exploration and exploitation work and this task requires evaluation of the reservoir parameters in order to enhance accurate estimation of the volume of oil in place. This research work involves the use of suite of well logs from 4-wells to carry out the petrophysical analysis of ‘Bright’ Field Niger Delta. The approach used includes lithology identification, reservoir delineation and estimation of reservoir parameters. Two sand bodies were mapped across the entire field showing their geometry and lateral continuity, gamma ray and resistivity logs were used to delineate the reservoirs prior to correlation and relevant equations were used to estimate the reservoir parameters. The result of the petrophysical analysis showed variations in the reservoir parameters within the two correlated sand bodies with high hydrocabon saturation in sand 1 well 1 while the remaining wells within the correlated wells are water bearing. The porosity values range from 0.19 to 0.32, volume of shale from 0.15 to 0.40, water saturation from 0.20 to 0.92 for the sand bodies.
Keywords : Lithology. Porosity, Permeability, Reservoir