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The course examines various clastic depositional systems, reviews inputs required for static reservoir models and how these can be acquired from core, well data and outcrop. Emphasis is placed on careful analysis of the depositional system and its heterogeneity to highlight the key differences between depositional elements, their reservoir architecture, scales of correlatability and connectivity. The course helps address what subsurface data are fit for the modelling purpose, and how to select and use appropriate analogues.
This is a three-day classroom/core store course consisting practical core examination and analysis supported by lectures and outcrop montages.
The course is designed for geoscientists and engineers involved directly or indirectly in the development of clastic static reservoir models. Whilst an appreciation of reservoir modelling and clastic depositional systems is an advantage it is not a pre-requisite. Note that the course discusses modelling strategies and techniques and will not involve sitting in front of a workstation or the use of any particular modelling software.
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The cost of this training course is USD 2354 per delegate.
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