AAPG Fundamentals Education Conference | Clay Minerals (Classification, Structure, Chemistry, Properties, Diagenesis) in Reservoir Evaluation | 9-13 NOVEMBER 2015 | Houston, TX, USA

How Important are Clay Minerals in Reservoir Evaluation?

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American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG)

The objective of the AAPG course on "Clay Minerals (Classification, Structure, Chemistry, Properties, Diagenesis) in Reservoir Evaluation " is to instill enough fundamental and applied information about clay minerals that a person will know what questions are relevant when formulating a work flow for a project, when evaluating real data, or when trying to figure out what might have "gone wrong" during a project. Practical experience in working with clay mineralogy is not required for this course, being held on November 12, as part of AAPG’s Fundamentals Education Conference , November 9-13, in Houston. After a brief review of the classification of sedimentary rocks (SedRx) and minerals found in those sedimentary rocks, the emphasis will shift to clay minerals: what are they, how do they form, how are they recognized, and what is their influence on reservoirs and reservoir evaluation. This course will be taught by Eric Eslinger , Consultant and Professor at The College of Saint Rose in Albany, NY.

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