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AAPG Event Austin Texas United States 22 July, 2017 Member, Geophysics, Seismic 22 July, 2017 22 July, 2017 8:00 AM 5:00 PM 02 May, 2017
 
Austin, Texas, United States
22 July 2017

A short course designed to introduce E&P staff to the key concepts, principles and applications of quantitative seismic interpretation tools (Amplitude analysis, AVO, Attributes, Inversion, Depth imaging ) that can add value in projects for exploration, field appraisal or reservoir management.

AAPG Event Austin Texas United States 23 July, 2017 Member, Geochemistry and Basin Modeling, Oil and Gas Analysis, Shale Gas 22 July, 2017 22 July, 2017 8:00 AM 5:00 PM 02 May, 2017
 
Austin, Texas, United States
23 July 2017

This class is designed to give attendees a better understanding of unconventional “shale” hydrocarbon reservoirs, based on the geology, detailed mineralogy, organic-richness, and hydrocarbon content and demonstrate (with examples) various ways for collaboration between petrophysicists and other disciplines to achieve efficient unconventional asset development through better understanding of lateral landing selection and proper completion optimization designs.

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AAPG Event Jakarta Jakarta Indonesia 04 September, 2017 Member, Sedimentology and Stratigraphy, Clastics 04 September, 2017 07 September, 2017 8:00 AM 5:00 PM 20 April, 2017
 
Jakarta, Jakarta, Indonesia
4-7 September 2017

Our ability to predict reservoir presence or map net reservoir in clastic depositional systems is dependent on our understanding of the depositional geometries of the various depositional systems and the variation of patterns within those systems. The processes associated with sediment delivery and sediment dispersal is the fundamental control on the architectural geometry of a depositional system. The processes associated with the interplay between sediment input and accommodation space are the fundamental controls on the lateral and vertical stacking patterns within that geometry.

The geometry of the depositional system is similar regardless of the depositional location or scale. As such, the patterns within the geometries are also similar, and, therefore, predictable. This is a powerful concept that the interpreter can use in predicting depositional geometries and patterns. Whether the reservoir being studied was deposited on land or on a submarine fan, or whether it is 100’s of kilometers in scale or a kilometer, the geometry of the deposit is similar. Therefore, interpreters need only become familiar with the basic geometries of clastic depositional systems and the patterns that occur within those geometries.

Modern and outcrop analogs will be used, along with subsurface examples to provide the interpreter with a sound understanding of the reservoir distribution and quality, both laterally and vertically of the clastic depositional systems most commonly encountered as oil and gas reservoirs. The course is exercise-oriented and taught in PowerPoint format. A course manual is provided. The exercises in this course are designed to give you a strong working knowledge of the many depositional settings you are likely to encounter in your career. They are aimed at helping you to learn how to recognize them from well logs, and how to map them.

Schedule
Day 1: Interpreting Clastic Reservoir Systems
  • 10 Habits of Highly Successful Oil Finders
  • Well Log Correlation
  • Integrating Paleo, core and cuttings
  • Cross Sections
  • Sand Percent, Isopach, and Isochore Maps
  • Stratigraphic Principles, stacking patterns, and Walther’s Law
  • Sequence Stratigraphy
Day 2: Architectural Geometries of Clastic Reservoir Systems
  • Depositional Geometries; delivery versus dispersal systems
  • Sediment Input vs. Accommodation Space
  • Alluvial Fans
  • Braided Rivers
  • Meandering Rivers
  • Anastomosing Rivers
Day 3: Architectural Geometries of Clastic Reservoir Systems
  • Entrenched Rivers
  • Sabkha and Aeolian Deposits
  • Alluvial Fans
  • Deltas
  • Submarine Canyons and Fans
Day 4: Core Workshop
  • Core Workshop (using actual-size core posters)
  • Braided River
  • Meandering River
  • Anastomosing River
  • Tidal Delta
  • Lacustrine Delta
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Georgetown, Barima-Waini, Guyana
9-10 November 2017

This course emphasizes key changes in reservoir models that have a major impact in exploration and production of these reservoirs. The course will include lectures, exercises, and observations from cores, well logs and seismic profiles. Participants will learn how to interpret and map environments of deposition (EoD’s) in deep water systems and understand how the different EoD’s and sub-EoD’s behave as reservoirs.

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