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This course focuses on a basic 2D geological workflow that teaches how to perform volume calculations with no seismic derived geomodel. The course aims to teach students common basic geological operations in Petrel. This includes working with well data, surfaces and simple volume calculation.
For versions older than Petrel 2014:
You will be guided through a basic 3D modeling workflow in Petrel. You will build a basic fault model, perform gridding and vertical layering and populate the model with simple properties. You will conclude the workflow with a volume calculation from the model you created.
- Petrel user interface
- Find your data
- Data display in the Well Section window
- Log Editing
- Well correlation
- Isochore and Isopach Processing
- 2D Gridding and Quality Improvement
- Surface Editing and Operations
- Log Property Mapping
- Map-based Volume Calculations
Dr. Alan Brown is an AAPG-certified petroleum geologist with 36 years' experience in the industry and has expertise in the integration and interpretation of multidiscipline geological-geophysical petrophysical surface and subsurface information.
He uses his broad industry experience in oil and gas prospecting, managing production unit geological evaluation and optimizing reservoir performance to deliver practical training for the practicing geoscientist or petroleum engineer.
Geoscientists, Geologists, Geophysicists and Engineers working on Static and Dynamic Modeling
Petrel Fundamentals course or similar Petrel experience.
General knowledge of petroleum geology and geophysics as well as elemental software skills are recommended.