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Global Stratigraphic Plays - Deep-Water Reservoirs: Characterization and Risk Assessment

Tuesday, 7 September Friday, 10 September 2021, 8:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.  |  Virtual Short Course via Zoom (Singapore, Singapore time)

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Who Should Attend

Geologists, Geophysicists and Petroleum Engineers working on deep water reservoirs

Objectives

This course examines the evolution of concepts in deep water models, providing the participants with the knowledge and tools to describe and predict deep water reservoirs from exploration through production scales. At the exploration scale, emphasis is placed on understanding the different deep-water settings and their influence on trap styles, reservoir fairways, and chance of success for both plays and prospects.

Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:

  • Interpret environments of deposition (EoD’s) and related reservoir architecture, lithofacies associations and diversity
  • Describe trap configurations and risk assessment for DW stratigraphic traps
  • Explain Reservoir presence risking and N:G prediction
  • Review deep water lithofacies and nomenclature, common lithofacies associations and interpret lithofacies in cores
  • Evaluate reservoir geometry and connectivity in different EoD’s, integrating with production data
Course Content

This 16-hour, 4-day online course examines the evolution of concepts in deep water models, providing the participants with the knowledge and tools to describe and predict deep water reservoirs from exploration through production scales. At the exploration scale, emphasis is placed on understanding the different deep-water settings and their influence on trap styles, reservoir fairways, and chance of success for both plays and prospects.

Through real-world examples, participants will create and apply deep water depositional environment interpretations to reservoir performance predictions.

Key topics to be addressed are:

  • Sequence stratigraphy – exploring for deep water reservoirs
  • Deep water reservoir characterization and impact on production
  • Assessment of deep-water system variations: sand-rich, sand-poor, channelized
  • Non-turbidite deposits and their implications to reservoir performance
  • Reservoir mapping for development
  • Pre-drill reservoir prediction and risking
  • Understanding and using relevant engineering data to optimize deep water reservoir performance

The course features 60% Lectures and 40% Workshop exercises.

$600
Expires on
25 June, 3020
Non-Member Fee
$560
Expires on
25 June, 3020
Member Fee
$150
Expires on
25 June, 3020
Student Fee (Limit 5)
25 People
Limit
 

Fees are in USD

Cancellation/Refund Policy

Cancellations received on or before 30 August 2021 will be refunded less a $50 processing fee. Refunds will not be issued after 30 August 2021, or for "no shows." Replacements will be accepted and must abide by Member or Non-Member fee.

Fee Includes:

Course notes will be provided in PDF format a week earlier. Participants may choose to utilize coloured pencils should they print their own notes; otherwise arrange to interpret the exercises digitally.

Technical Requirements
  • Broadband Connection
  • Up-to-date computer
  • Up-to-date Browser
Vitor Abreu
Adrienne Pereira Programs Manager, AAPG Asia Pacific Region
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