Introduction to Reservoir Characterization - Remote training
Who should attend?
This course provides participants with an understanding of all types of data needed to build a reservoir model (seismic, geological, petrophysical and dynamic) and a clear understanding of the techniques related to reservoir modeling.
Geologists, geophysicists, petrophysicists, reservoir engineers or petroleum engineers involved in integrated reservoir studies.
No pre-requisistes are necessary to follow this course.
INTRODUCTION TO RESERVOIR CHARACTERIZATION
Reservoir characterization and modeling objectives.
Characterization and modeling workflows.
Data types, representativeness and related uncertainty.
Challenges of data integration.
Seismic interpretation method and pitfalls. Hands-on: case study.
Well log analysis. Hands-on: quick-look analysis.
Static and dynamic information integration.
FACIES ANALYSIS - ROCK-TYPING
Litho-facies analysis (core description and upscaling methods).
Introduction to rock-typing: principle of electro-facies and petro-facies analyses.
Statistical analysis of sedimentological data (VPC analysis).
PETROPHYSICS & ROCK PROPERTIES - RESERVOIR HETEROGENEITIES
Petrophysics: principles, reservoir parameters.
Heterogeneities: identification and inventory.
Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:
recognize the techniques and challenges related to reservoir modeling (focus on reservoir properties),
build required competencies for reservoir geoscientists to analyze a specific dataset and construct a reliable static model.
Ways & Means
Interactive presentations, practical exercises and hands-on activities.
To French entities : IFP Training is referenced to DataDock ; you may contact your OPCO about potential funding.
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