Reservoir mapping at production scale has to be performed with a better understanding of clastic depositional systems, with full integration of core, core-plugs, well logs, seismic and production and engineering data. Reservoir architecture of most common deposition-systems morphotypes vary enough that will have a strong impact in development and production strategies, as well as in mapping techniques for not only the field scale but also to increase chances of finding near-field opportunities.
In this 5-days workshop, we will focus on common reservoir facies in transitional-marine to deep water systems, from fluvio-, wave- and tidal-dominated deltas, incised valleys, deep water channel system and distributary channel lobe systems (deep water fans). Discussions will include dimensional data of sand bodies in the different environments and recognition criteria in cores, well logs and seismic. The class will present optimized workflows for reservoir mapping, including the definition of the deliverables that need to be achieved in different business stages, focusing on when, why and how to develop them.
Course Code: W103
Duration: 5 days
CEU: 4.0 Continuing Education Units
PDH: 40 Professional Development Hours
Certificate: Certificate Issued Upon Completion
Graduate students and geoscientists working in geologic interpretation.
Interested in this course? Use the form below to inquire about your company’s next ACT-Geo workshop. We provide services worldwide and any course can be provided onsite at your location or at our Houston office.
Limit 25 persons max per workshop.