Petrel Workflow Editor and Uncertainty Analysis
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The course is two-fold as it aims at giving the students insight into the Workflow editor and the Uncertainty / Optimization process.
The first day will focus on how to create your own workflows for batch processing and operations, in addition to setting up, editing and repeating processes with new data for a complete reservoir modeling workflow. To take full advantage of the uncertainty handling in Petrel, you need to have an understanding of the Workflow editor, which is the building block of the Uncertainty and optimization process.
Day two will focus on understanding sensitivities and uncertainties of a Base case volumetric reservoir model. Structural uncertainties related to surfaces and velocities will be explored, as well as stochastic parameters related to Fluid contacts, facies and petrophysical uncertainties.
It is recommended to have completed the Petrel Fundamentals course and the Petrel Geology course before attending this course. It is also an advantage to have some Petrel working experience.
- Workflow Editor interface and logic
- Running predefined workflows
- Creating user defined workflows
- Updating 3D models with new input data
- Get familiar with the Uncertainty and optimization process
- Sensitivity and uncertainty analysis setup
- Structural uncertainty
- Fluid contact uncertainty
- Property uncertainty
Development and exploration geologists, geophysicists, petroleum engineers, managers, and technical personnel with good experience in Petrel.
Petrel Fundamentals or equivalent experience in Petrel. General good knowledge in the geology, geophysics domain.