Seismic Stratigraphy enables the petroleum geoscientist to understand the geological record through the interpretation of seismic lines (2-D and 3-D), cores, and well logs. The objective of seismic stratigraphic analysis is to identify and map play elements. This course provides the methods and approaches to recognize, interpret, and map the key play elements of the petroleum system (reservoir, seal, and source rock).
This workshop demonstrates the methodology to predict the presence, distribution, and quality of play elements and to perform pre-drill estimates for Exploration, Appraisal and Development wells. During the Exploration stage, the workflow focuses on identifying play elements on seismic lines integrated with well information. Emphasis is placed on play element distribution and trapping styles from shelf to deep water settings.
Primary goals include describing reservoir connectivity and continuity and identifying flow baffles and barriers.
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.
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Limit 25 persons max per workshop.