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Application of AI and machine learning (ML) is become a new addition to the traditional reservoir characterization, petrophysics and monitoring practice. Developed physics based data models are the key for applying ML techniques to solve complex problems. In other words, the machine should learn the right physical concepts using the available data to produce correct insights that we are looking for.
In addition quality data collection, physics-inspired predictive capability, and interpretability of the data-driven models should be considered.
Participants learn the elements of building machine learning-based models form initial data processing to predictive model development. Development of online and automated learning models will be discussed and demonstrated. Several case studies will be presented in the class and participants will practice developing a data-driven model during the class.
Development of the right ML-based model is started with applying intelligent data workflows to clean, quality control against the physics and generate the spatiotemporal database for the training, validation, prediction and optimization processes.
The quality of static data will be assessed. Any inconsistency and anomaly in dynamic data (pressure, rate etc) should be addressed before employing any data mining and machine learning algorithms.
Applied Additional Hands On Workshop (for example permeability prediction)Day 5
Participants Present their Workshop Results (
Any subsurface professional.
The participant will learn five building blocks of a physics-inspired machine learning model for petrophysics, reservoir surveillance and field management.
These elements are Intelligent Data Maid (TM) workflow, Intelligent Data Miner (TM) workflow, Intelligent Data Model (TM) workflow, Intelligent Interpretable Data Model (TM) and Intelligent Data Model Optimization (TM)
Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to
Participants should have a basic understanding of statistics.
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