Shale Gas and Shale Oil Exploration

Audience

Geologists, explorationists and reservoir engineers who want to improve their knowledge of shale gas and shale oil exploration.

Content

  • What is shale gas and shale oil?
  • Shale gas generation process and environment, Shale gas and oil systems and classifications, Source rock characterization, application of geochemistry in shale gas assessment
  • Evaluation of reservoir potential
  • How to classify evaluation of shale oil and shale gas resources and reserves based on the SPE-PRM
  • Classification of how to determine petrophysical parameters including: porosity, water saturation, FVF, brittleness, kerogen volume fraction, bulk volume hydrocarbon and sweet spot
  • Estimated Ultimate Recovery (EUR)
  • Reserves, Contingent Resources and Prospective Resources evaluation
  • Classification based on SPE- PRMS, P/C/U, Categorization based on SPE-PRMS
  • Global scenario of shale gas and oil exploration and real case studies

SHALE GAS EXPLORATION:

3 DAYS - What is Shale Gas? Shale Gas generation process and environment. Shale Gas systems and classifications. Source rock characterization. Application of geochemistry in Shale Gas assessment. Evaluation of reservoir potential. Gas in Place (GIP) estimation. Global scenario of Shale Gas exploration.

Duration

5-day

Number of Participants

Max 20

Prerequisites

None

Software Used

None

Course Format

Classroom exercises and presentations

Audience

Geologists, explorationists and reservoir engineers who want to improve their knowledgeof shale gas and shale oil exploration.

Content

- What is shale gas and shale oil?
- Shale gas generation process and environment, Shale gas and oil systems and classifications, Source rock characterization, application of geochemistry in shale gas assessment
- Evaluation of reservoir potential
- How to classify evaluation of shale oil and shale gas resources and reserves based on the SPE-PRM
- Classification of how to determine petrophysical parameters including: porosity, water saturation, FVF, brittleness, kerogen volume fraction, bulk volume hydrocarbon and sweet spot
- Estimated Ultimate Recovery (EUR)
- Reserves, Contingent Resources and Prospective Resources evaluation
- Classification based on SPE- PRMS, P/C/U, Categorization based on SPE-PRMS
- Global scenario of shale gas and oil exploration and real case studies

Learning Objectives

Duration

5-day

Number of Participants

Max 20

Prerequisites

None

Software Used

None

Course Format

Classroom exercises and presentations

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