New E-symposium 29 OCT 2015 | 2:00 PM CST

Geomodeling for Development and Production Geology

Published
American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG)

Anyone involved in the process of using Geomodels in field development planning and execution or in optimizing producing fields will find this e-symposium useful.

Field examples are utilized and theory is kept to a minimum. Process charts and checklists shared in the course of the e-symposium will be an ‘after course’ resource and reference especially for model framing, uncertainty handling and designing “fit for purpose model” workflows. This e-symposium is designed to provide participants with information not normally provided in routine geological model training courses.

Topics:
  • Understand the role of geomodeling at different stages in field life.
  • How to build a 3D geomodel.
  • Applied geomodeling for development planning.
  • Plus 5 Additional Topics

The presenter of this e-symposia is Mr. Terngu Utim is the Principal Consultant at XPSG LLC, a full service geoscience and field development consulting company based in Houston. He has taught over 18 runs of geomodeling courses and built 3D models for reservoirs in every stage of field life for Sandstone and Carbonate environments. He holds a B.S in Geology from the University of Jos and an M.S in Petroleum Geoscience from Royal Holloway College – University of London. He is a member of SPE, AAPG and HGS.

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