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This short-course covers a systematic step-by-step methodology for approaching carbonate reservoirs. It was initially developed for the engineering department at the Colorado School of Mines and has now become an annual tradition due to its popularity. You will get to see fantastic examples that have real-world sub-surface applications using data that is not available in the public domain.

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Have you registered yet for this Asia Pacific Short Course on Naturally Fractured Characterization for Basement and Carbonate Reservoir Exploration & Development? Spaces are limited.

Hydrocarbons have been discovered in basement reservoirs with good production around the world over the past decades. The potential of fractured basement reservoirs is still significant, but often overlooked by explorers. This short course will address the major needs in fracture evaluation of basement reservoirs in the different phases of a field’s life. Exercises will broaden participants interpenetration skills and promote better characterization of fractures and faults.

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Adrienne Pereira Programs Manager, AAPG Asia Pacific Region