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The Outdoor Classroom Seminar: Integrated Reservoir Appraisal and Reservoir Modeling

The Outdoor Classroom Seminar: Integrated Reservoir Appraisal and Reservoir Modeling

February 23, 2018

What you will learn: Through this immersive field-based seminar, students will improve their understanding of modeling and their abilities to model geological features affecting reservoir performance through the collection, observation, interpretation, and modeling of geologic, petrophysical, and engineering data. Seminar instructors will present methods for collecting, analyzing, and interpretating data to most efficiently appraise reservoir size and characteristics. Over the course of the seminar, students will visit outcrops that reveal the complex but interpretable geologic features that influence reservoir development. These outcrop observations, along with wireline log data, petrophysical data collected from nearby boreholes, will be incorporated into the geocellular models that must be developed and simulated during the 5-day course.

Who Should Attend: This course is designed for petroleum engineers, geologists, geophysicists, petrophysicists, and supervisory personnel responsible for executing field-development programs focused on primary, secondary, or tertiary-recovery projects in conventional terrigineous-clastic reservoirs. The geologic and engineering concepts and practices introduced in the seminar are applicable to reservoirs spanning all depositional settings.

See Brochure Link for more details! Integrated Reservoir Appraisal and Development Seminar Final

Costs: TBD per person and includes:

  • 5 day seminar
  • Field guide and exercise materials
  • Transportation during seminar
  • Lunch, snacks, and drinks during the seminar

           Additional costs (responsibility of attendees)

  • Transportation to and from Salt Lake City, Utah on May 6, returning May 12.
  • Meals other than lunch during the five-day course
  • Hotel costs
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