Immersive technologies such as virtual reality has shown great potential in to enhance many important workflows the oil and gas industry. Immersive technologies have many natural advantages. These include enhanced spatial perception of 3D data, spatial user interfaces and interactions, the ability to provide collaboration space and incorporate analysis techniques. To take advantage of these technologies in the reservoir engineering domain, a visual analytics framework is established to demonstrate how these technologies may be used effectively. This framework allows a user to progress from geological modeling to reservoir simulation in an interactive and highly effective application. First, geological uncertainty analysis is conducted to screen representative realizations as candidates for simulation. Visualization and analysis of these representative realizations may then be performed in virtual reality using reservoir connectivity analysis of a tight oil reservoir. This application supports natural interactions, improved working space, and effective perception of underground connectivity. For this reason, it is more convenient and natural to work between a reservoir scale model and a set of candidate local realizations. This platform provides a basis for future data analysis methods and ways of interacting and visualizing data that support this analysis.