Tight Reservoir PetrophysicsRCM/TIGHTPETRO

Who should attend?

  • This course provides knowledge and understanding of the petrophysical aspects of tight reservoirs.

Level : Proficiency

Course Content

  • PETROPHYSICS IN TIGHT RESERVOIRS

      • Basic of tight reservoir.
      • Tight reservoirs in the world.
      • Overview of petrophysical properties in tight reservoir.
      • Log and core data.
      • Petrophysical model in tight reservoirs.
      • Petrophysical properties in static and dynamic models.
  • MINERALOGY & LITHOLOGY

      • Mineralogy of tight reservoirs.
      • Mineralogy from logging measurements and core data.
      • Lithology corrections.
      • Shale volume in tight reservoirs.
      • Examples from several tight plays in the word.
      • Lithofacies determination from log data and mineralogy.
  • PETROPHYSICAL PROPERTIES CALCULATION IN TIGHT RESERVOIRS

      • Porosity calculation in tight reservoirs.
      • Total Organic Content (TOC) in tight reservoirs.
      • Water saturation evaluation.
      • Hydrocarbons in place.
      • Sweet spots determination.
      • Permeability and relative permeability.
      • Capillary pressure.
  • TIGHT RESERVOIR PETROPHYSICS WORKSHOP

      • Examples from several tight plays in the word.
      • Hands-on application: 3 different datasets of tight reservoirs (Oil & Gas).

Learning Objectives

  • Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:
  • characterize tight reservoir lithology and mineralogy, porosity, water saturation, permeability, capillary and relative permeability, quantify the Total Organic Content (TOC) and calculate Hydrocarbons In Place (HIP),
  • understand and use the log core data in tight reservoirs,
  • understand and characterize tight reservoir mineralogy and lithology,
  • apply the principles of tight reservoir petrophysics,
  • understand the use of petrophysical properties tight reservoir in the characterization and modeling workflow.

Ways & Means

  • Interactive courses and exercises.
  • Videos and examples with the most known unconventional reservoirs in the world.
  • Hands-on practice using a real case studies data set (Oil & Gas).