13 August, 2020 Tulsa Oklahoma United States Virtual

Deepwater Processes and Deposits

11-13 August 2020
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Who Should Attend
Geoscientists, Geophysicists, Engineers, and Managers working on deep-water sediments, whether in exploration, appraisal, development or production.
Objectives

The course is aimed at geologists, geophysicists, engineers, and managers working in areas dominated by deep water depositional processes and deposits. Through a combination of lectures and case studies, the participants are exposed to many aspects of these systems with emphasis on predicting, mapping and quantifying deep water reservoirs.

Course Content

Course will be held via Zoom: 11–13 August 2020, 8:00 am–12:00 pm (CDT)

The lecture content provides a summary of the fundamentals of deep marine systems. The principal goal of the course is to provide subsurface interpreters with a methodology and hands on experience in seismic, logs, and core interpretation of deep-water deposits. 

The course is intended to generate instructive discussion among experienced professionals, moderated and guided by the tutor. Exercises will be assigned each day to reinforce the lectures and class participants will have until the following morning to complete exercises. Results will be reviewed by participants and instructor prior to the next morning’s lecture. Instructor will be available informally to answer questions throughout the day. Final course day exercises will be reviewed in a one-hour block of time on following the last day of lecture.

Course Outline:
TUESDAY 8/11 - Depositional Processes and Deposits

Intro and structure of the course

Lectures:

  • Background in deep-water sedimentation processes and deposits
  • Flow behavior – subcritical to supercritical; homopycnal to hyperpycnal
  • Building regional seismic and log-based source to sink frameworks
  • BREAK

 

EXERCISE Introduction:

  • Mozambique: 2-D seismic line study of source-to-sink clastic depositional system. Analysis using reflection termination and facies techniques. Trajectory analysis, sequence and facies definition.
  • Seismic analysis methods in deepwater basin exploration and development

 

WEDNESDAY 8/12 – Canyons, Valleys, Channels, and Levees

EXERCISE 1 Review
Lectures:

  • Canyons and Valleys. Direct fed versus cross-shelf canyon fed systems.
  • BREAK
  • Discussion of the Guyana Margin, Gulf of Mexico Cretaceous and Tertiary. Super-critical to sub-critical flow processes and looking for reservoir in complex seafloor topographies.

 

EXERCISE Introduction:

  • Correlating canyon and valley strata using logs and seismic, Pennsylvanian, Arkoma Basin, and GOM
  • Lobes and sheets

 

THURSDAY 8/13 – Leveed Channels, Mass Failures, and Sediment waves

EXERCISE 2 Review
Lectures:

  • Leveed Channels and Lateral Lobes (crevasse splays)

 

Exercises Introduction:

  • Gabon, West Africa: Seismic geomorphologic sketch mapping of slope leveed channel systems with salt tectonic influence (Review ZOOM on Friday 10:00 a.m.–10:30 a.m.)
  • BREAK
  • Mass failure deposits in seismic, logs, and outcrop. Seals and reservoirs in these enigmatic deposits.

     

    Exercise Introduction: Interpreting mass failure deposits (review ZOOM on Friday at 10:30 a.m.–11:00 a.m.)

    • Continuous Bottom Currents and Sediment Wavefields
    • Wrap up

     

    FRIDAY 8/14 – EXERCISE 3 and EXERCISE 4 Reviews
    $595
    $595
    Expires on
    13 August, 2020
    Professional Fee
    $395
    $395
    Expires on
    13 August, 2020
    Displaced Professionals Fee
    $295
    $295
    Expires on
    13 August, 2020
    Student Fee
    30
    Limit
    • Cancellations received on or before 28 July 2020 will be refunded less a $50 processing fee.
    • Refunds will not be issued after 28 July 2020 or for "no shows."
    • You may substitute one participant for another.
    • Cancellations or substitution requests should be emailed to Customer Service at .
    Includes:
    • Zoom Link (a link will be sent at least 24 hours prior to the course)
    • Digital Course Materials (Participants can print out provided images and interpret in hardcopy, but hardcopy will not be provided)
    • No pre-requisites are required
    Technical Requirements:
    • Personal computer
    • High-Speed Internet Connection
    • Search Engine (Google preferred)
    • Online workshop format demands a high degree of commitment and involvement by participants
    • Computing skills in either PowerPoint, ArcGIS or Adobe Illustrator to interpret over digital images provided
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