This course focuses on the deposition of clastic reservoir sequences, the use of sequence stratigraphy, and integrated stratigraphic analysis to further constrain geological models. Depositional environments and characteristics of unconventional reservoirs will also be discussed.
Who Should Attend?
This programme will benefit exploration and development geologists, geophysicists, and other upstream subsurface professionals who are interested in understanding clastic reservoir depositional systems.
At the end of the programme participants will have a greater understanding of and have developed the following key attributes:
- Understand the clastic reservoir systems tracts, low stand delta, valley/canyon fill, basin floor fans, high stand and transgressive stands.
- Analyze core and sidewall core, sedimentary logs, and integration of log data
- Set the models and principles of seismic and sequence stratigraphy
- Integrate the stratigraphic information, biostratigraphical, radiometric dating, chemostratigraphical
- Describe petrophysical characteristics of sandstone reservoirs
- Use sequence stratigraphy in lacustrine environments
- Recognize different types of sedimentary basins
Key Course Highlights
- Sedimentary Logs
- Sequence stratigraphy