We are currently offering two classes:
1) Petrophysical multimineral analysis
This course explains the basic concepts, assumptions, calibration, and implementation steps
needed to obtain reliable results when performing petrophysical multimineral analysis. This
training uncovers the mysteries of the multimineral solution. It is centered on explaining the
basic concepts, understanding the mathematical uncertainties, and exploring the
implementation of the technique to ensure not only a good mathematical solution but also a
reasonable, useful geological one. This is not a software training class; it is a conceptual class.
Although we utilize the iMineralysis® software to explore concepts, attendees will not emerge
from the class as users of any specific software. Exercises are based on iMineralysis® which
will be licensed to participants at no cost for the duration of the class.
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Knowledge of basic logs and petrophysical concepts is highly recommended.
Next series of classes through SPWLA:
Morning Sessions 9am - 1pm: February 24th (Wednesday) and February 25th (Thursday)
Spanish Sessions 9am - 1pm: March 24th (Wednesday) and March 25th (Thursday)
Evening Sessions 7pm - 11pm: April 28th (Wednesday) and April 29th (Thursday)
(all times are US CST)
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SeisPetro: Dec 3-4, 2020 (completed)
2) Construction of fractured reservoir models for flow simulation incorporating geology, geophysics and geomechanics
Reinaldo Michelena (geophysics)
Chris Zahm (geology)
James Gilman (reservoir engineering)
This course examines datasets from both conventional and unconventional systems and present workflows to construct naturally-fractured reservoir models. Particular attention will be given to the use and calibration of a variety of 3D seismic attributes which are critical to our characterization efforts. The combination of 3D seismic data with sound stratigraphic and structural frameworks provides a more robust fractured reservoir model. Models and concepts are examined in the context of how they impact fluid flow, reservoir simulation results, field production, and forecast.
This 2-day course will present the workflows that have been developed along with spreadsheet-based exercises to solidify concepts. The workshop provides in-depth presentations and discussions of the models presented. Click here for more details about the 2-days course. A 1-day version of the course is also offered. For more details click here.
Read the article in the American Oil and Gas Reporter related to this class.
This class is designed to provide concepts and workflows for geoscientists and reservoir engineers that are constructing reservoir models of naturally fractured conventional and unconventional reservoirs. The breadth of subject matter is wide but is designed to be applicable to all disciplines regardless of years of experience. This class is ideally suited for integrated teams working on naturally fractured reservoir characterization models.