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E-127 - Stratigraphic Modeling: Basin Architecture & Sediment Distribution

5 days GEO/DIONISOS
Level
Proficiency
Audience
  • Junior exploration geoscientists, multidisciplinary-team managers.
Purpose
  • This course provides an in-depth and practical understanding of stratigraphic modeling following a comprehensive workflow.
Learning Objectives
  • Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:
  • grasp methodology of sequence stratigraphy and concepts of stratigraphic evolution,
  • model stratigraphic evolution of a basin using the software program Dionisos™,
  • predict reservoir distribution and geometry, and assess efficiently the stratigraphic architecture of a sedimentary basin.
Prerequisite
  • No prerequisites for this course.
Ways and means
  • Hands-on training sessions on workstation.
  • Use of the software program DIONISOSFLOW™ (maximum 2 participants per workstation).
  • Exercises and reports to launch questions and discussions at the end of the course.

Sequence stratigraphy analysis 1 day
  • Depositional system concepts - Walther's law.
  • Well log data.
  • Seismic data.
  • Sequence stratigraphy analysis workflow.
Stratigraphic parameters 1 day
  • Presentation of allogenic parameters through the use of DionisosFlow™ software.
  • Sensitivity analysis exercises with DionisosFlow™.
Accommodation & shoreline shifts 1 day
  • Accommodation concept.
  • Shoreline trajectories.
  • Subsidence - Sediment supply.
  • Demo and exercises with DionisosFlow™.
Seismic & wells analysis 1 day
  • Stratigraphic surfaces.
  • Systems tracts.
  • Demo and exercises with DionisosFlow™.
Modeling loop 1 day
  • Links between stratigraphic modeling and basin modeling.
  • Questions and discussion.
  • Exercises with DionisosFlow™.