AAPG Short Course - Petrophysical Analysis and Integrated Approaches to the Study of Carbonate Reservoirs

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29 April - 1 May 2014 | Austin, Texas, United States

AAPG Short Course - Petrophysical Analysis and Integrated Approaches to the Study of Carbonate Reservoirs

 

Who Should Attend

This course is for geologists, geophysicists, engineers and multi-disciplinary team members needing to learn more about exploration in carbonate reservoirs. The course is designed to be cross disciplinary, and of interest to anyone involved in reservoir description. For geologists/ geophysicists the interest will be the contribution petrophysics has to understand the variability of carbonate facies in a reservoir context. For engineers, the course will give insight as to the geological and petrophysical attributes controlling reservoir variability.

Objectives

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:

  •     determine lithology
  •     compare moldic porosity with intercrystalline/interparticle porosity
  •     determine the influence of gas on porosity log responses
  •     determine rock typing with correlations to facies descriptions
  •     define mobile from capillary bound water, changing rock quality by level, and changing porosity permeability relations
  •     make use of a method to quantify adsorbed and free hydrocarbons in shale reservoirs,
  •     use rock physics modeling to differentiate brittle from ductile sequences
  •     evaluate the role of structural reactivation and apply to refining location and properties of carbonate reservoirs
  •     apply process-based analogs and interpretations to improve geomodels
  •     use petrofacies approach to better define key properties of complex carbonate reservoirs (e.g., water saturations, volumetrics, ROIP, establishing permeability correlations and predicting fluid flow)
  •     use an integrated approach for more accurate and valid geomodels

 

Who Should Attend
This course is for geologists, geophysicists, engineers and multi-disciplinary team members needing to learn more about exploration in carbonate reservoirs. The course is designed to be cross disciplinary, and of interest to anyone involved in reservoir description. For geologists/ geophysicists the interest will be the contribution petrophysics has to understand the variability of carbonate facies in a reservoir context. For engineers, the course will give insight as to the geological and petrophysical attributes controlling reservoir variability.

 
Objectives

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:

  • determine lithology
  • compare moldic porosity with intercrystalline/interparticle porosity
  • determine the influence of gas on porosity log responses
  • determine rock typing with correlations to facies descriptions
  • define mobile from capillary bound water, changing rock quality by level, and changing porosity permeability relations
  • make use of a method to quantify adsorbed and free hydrocarbons in shale reservoirs,
  • use rock physics modeling to differentiate brittle from ductile sequences
  • evaluate the role of structural reactivation and apply to refining location and properties of carbonate reservoirs
  • apply process-based analogs and interpretations to improve geomodels
  • use petrofacies approach to better define key properties of complex carbonate reservoirs (e.g., water saturations, volumetrics, ROIP, establishing permeability correlations and predicting fluid flow)
  • use an integrated approach for more accurate and valid geomodels

- See more at: http://www.aapg.org/career/training/in-person/short-courses/details/arti...

 

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April 29th, 2014 8:00 AM   through   May 1st, 2014 5:00 PM
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