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The context of this course will take the student through the primary techniques of construction of 2D (two dimensional) maps and sections of the subsurface, including integration well data and key surfaces defining the framework of geologic units in the subsurface as the foundation of subsurface evaluation. These initial 2D techniques allow the interpreter to display the 3D (three dimensional) relationships of geologic surfaces and any associated faults which are the key to defining the spatial and volumetric aspects of the associated subsurface resource. The geologic surface and fault relationships analyzed in this course will also be linked to the overall aspects of depositional settings and structural styles that are present within global development of geologic terrains.
As part an integrated cross-discipline subsurface evaluation team geologists, geophysicists, petroleum engineers and drillers will utilize the techniques presented in this course to interpret subsurface data and provide geological models that form the basis for development planning and resource optimization.
This course is primarily in two sections. The first section is over 3 days of analysis of traditional 2D mapping techniques. The second section extends the traditional 2D hand drawn techniques into a 2 day presentation of computer mapping processes.
A fundamental understanding of geologic concepts
Petrel software application will be utilized in the course. While it is strongly suggested that you have taken the Introduction to Petrel Class, it is not a requirement. Exercises using specific Petrel modules will be constructed so even the new Petrel user can work through the material
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