Atlanta, USA, // London (UK) // Dubai
Duration: 2 Weeks or 1 Week
$ 4,900 for 1 Week
$ 8,000 for 2 weeks
March 11, 2019
April 15, 2019
May 13, 2019
June 10, 2019
July 15, 2019
August 12, 2019
September 9, 2019
October 14, 2019
November 11, 2019
December 2, 2019
DESIGNED FOR :
Engineers, Geologists and others involved in reservoir modeling
DURING THIS COURSE, DELEGATES WILL LEARN HOW TO:
Build a geo-cellular model using geostatistical tools and upscale it to capture essential heterogeneities
Develop the work flow in the reservoir integration process
Evaluate and quantify uncertainties in various sources of data
Utilize seismic data in different phases of reservoir description and integrate them using geostatistics
Utilize different modelling tools and latest software
As the oil companies define business units and asset teams, it is becoming increasingly important that all the team members understand the workflow in developing integrated reservoir description for that asset.
A proper development of reservoir description is helpful in managing daily operations of the asset, as well as long term planning. Integration involves using all the available
information about the reservoir to develop better understanding of the reservoir. This process is inherently interdisciplinary and requires understanding of all the disciplines. Although
soft skills are important in working in an interdisciplinary team, this course concentrates on the hard skills required to develop a realistic reservoir description.
Starting with collecting information and assessing the need for additional data, the course will cover all the topics from structural and geological modeling, estimation of reservoir petrophysical properties using geostatistical tools, up-scaling to simulator model and finally, proper history matching and future predictions in the presence of uncertainties. This course is important to reservoir modelers involved in any phase of the description work.
This is intended to expose various geoscientists and engineers to the entire process of integrated reservoir description and the geostatistical tools that can be used to achieve the goals.
The course will develop improved appreciation of the other disciplines’ needs as well as the necessity of the feed back during the integration process.