Entry level E&P professional staff and technical support staff who do not have formal training in geology, geophysics or engineering.
- History of the oil industry, current issues- Geological concepts, global distribution of hydrocarbons, nature and geometry of hydrocarbon reservoirs, geological requirements for hydrocarbon accumulation, origin of hydrocarbons, rock types and origins- Field appraisal and static models of reservoirs- Assessing amounts of hydrocarbons-in-place and uncertainties- Methods and tools used for hydrocarbon exploration, including drilling, geological mapping, satellite imagery and remote sensing, gravity-magnetic surveys, seismic reflection geophysics acquisition, processing and interpretation, seismic mapping, play fairway mapping, prospect evaluation and risking- Dynamic models and subsurface development options, surface engineering and field operations- Project economics- Environmental issues
Classroom exercises and presentations
CGG GeoTraining offers the most comprehensive industry training based on years of practical experience acquired by our personnel.
Our proprietary courses are fully customizable and can be offered at a time and location convenient to you.
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