Sandstone Reservoirs

Audience

Geologists, geophysicists, petrophysicists, reservoir and production engineers, exploration & production managers, all team members involved in reservoir characterization, technicians working with clastic reservoirs.

Content

  • Genetic stratigraphic analysis
  • Depositional architecture
  • Basins and units
  • Quantitative facies mapping
  • Wireline logs and conventional cores
  • Seismic and sequence stratigraphy
  • Recognition of depositional systems
  • Process-response facies models
  • Integrated genetic stratigraphy
  • Analysis of clastic depositional systems: Alluvial fan; Fluvial; Aeolian; Lacustrine; Deltaic; Shoreline; Shelf; Slope and basin
  • Incised sequences
  • Shelf margins and linked downslope systems
  • Characteristic log patterns
  • Flow units
  • Prediction of reservoir size, shape, trend, quality
  • How to select optimum well locations
  • Lateral continuity and quality of seals
  • Diagenesis
  • Sedimentary controls on porosity, permeability, saturation
  • Reservoir exploration and production case histories

Learing Objectives:

  • Interpret clastic depositional environments using data from cores, cuttings and wireline logs
  • Prepare quantitative facies maps
  • Apply sequence stratigraphic concepts to clastic reservoirs
  • Predict reservoir size, shape, trend and quality 
  • Genetic stratigraphic analysis
  • Depositional architecture
  • Basins and units
  • Quantitative facies mapping
  • Wireline logs and conventional cores
  • Seismic and sequence stratigraphy
  • Recognition of depositional systems
  • Process-response facies models
  • Integrated genetic stratigraphy
  • Analysis of clastic depositional systems
  • Alluvial fan
  • Fluvial
  • Aeolian
  • Lacustrine
  • Deltaic
  • Shoreline
  • Shelf
  • Slope and basin
  • Incised sequences
  • Shelf margins and linked downslope systems
  • Characteristic log patterns
  • Flow units
  • Prediction of reservoir size, shape, trend, quality
  • How to select optimum well locations
  • Lateral continuity and quality of seals
  • Diagenesis
  • Sedimentary controls on porosity, permeability, saturation
  • Reservoir exploration and production case histories

Duration

5-day

Number of Participants

Max 20

Prerequisites

None

Software Used

None

Course Format

Classroom exercises and presentations

Audience

Geologists, geophysicists, petrophysicists, reservoir and production engineers, exploration & production managers, all team members involved in reservoir characterization, technicians working with clastic reservoirs.

Content

- Genetic stratigraphic analysis
- Depositional architecture
- Basins and units
- Quantitative facies mapping
- Wireline logs and conventional cores
- Seismic and sequence stratigraphy
- Recognition of depositional systems
- Process-response facies models
- Integrated genetic stratigraphy
- Analysis of clastic depositional systems: Alluvial fan; Fluvial; Aeolian; Lacustrine; Deltaic; Shoreline; Shelf; - Slope and basin
- Incised sequences
- Shelf margins and linked downslope systems
- Characteristic log patterns
- Flow units
- Prediction of reservoir size, shape, trend, quality
- How to select optimum well locations
- Lateral continuity and quality of seals
- Diagenesis
- Sedimentary controls on porosity, permeability, saturation
- Reservoir exploration and production case histories

Learning Objectives

- Interpret clastic depositional environments using data from cores, cuttings and wireline logs
- Prepare quantitative facies maps
- Apply sequence stratigraphic concepts to clastic reservoirs
- Predict reservoir size, shape, trend and quality

Duration

5-day

Number of Participants

Max 20

Prerequisites

None

Software Used

None

Course Format

Classroom exercises and presentations

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