The course aims to provide the principle knowledge of Geology to non-geologists and/or new geoscientists in the Petroleum Geology and Production Geology discipline. It will provide a clearer petroleum geological view necessary for their assignments.
– Petroleum System – Basin/Structural Geology – Depositional System of Sandstone – Carbonate Reservoir Geology – Correlation & Stratigraphy – Geological Survey – Seismic Technology – Mapping Techniques – Rock Mechanics
This course is designed for the newly recruited geologists and some experienced staff in E & P discipline such as finance, logistic, personnel, etc.
The course aims to provide in-depth geological knowledge in order to contribute high-level job assignments such as reservoir, modeling, well planning, and field development planning.
– Review of Petroleum Geology – Petroleum Geochemistry/Source Rock Evaluation – Modeling of Thermal History and Petroleum Generation and Expulsion – Production Seismic – Basin Analysis – Reservoir Geology & Reservoir modeling – Volumetric Reserve Estimation – Field Appraisal – Integrated Geology Workshop
This course is designed for geologists, geophysicists, petroleum engineers and other technical staff who have some years’ work experience in the Petroleum field.
The course aims to provide knowledge for planning and designing 3D seismic data acquisition and processing as well as interpretation. The ability to combine geological and seismic interpretation skills will enable the participants to more effectively define reservoir volumetrics as well as reservoir architecture.
– Planning of 3D seismic survey and design – Data acquisition, theory and operations – Topographical surveying – Processing strategy – DMO and migration – Deconvolution, statics and multiples – Inversion techniques – Depth imaging, velocity model building – Interpretation on workstation – Seismic uncertainty – Attribute generation and interpretation – Well target design
Geologists and geophysicists with some years of experience in this business
The course aims to provide familiarity with formation evaluation tools and theories, constraints and limitations of the tools to be able to evaluate conventional open-hole log in order to plan stimulation, perforation, exploration planning or other activities.
– Introduction to log interpretation – Reservoir Rock – Reservoir Fluid – Logging tools and its measurement – Gamma Ray, SP, Neutron, Density, Sonic, Magnetic resonance, Induction – Electrical Resistivity logs – Basic principle of Lithology, Porosity, Permeability and Shale content determination – Rt, Rxo, Rw and Saturations computation – Cross Plot – Dual Water model – Basic Quick Look interpretation – Basic Production logging
Newly recruited technical staff, geologists, geophysicists and engineers
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