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This course examines the processes leading to the formation and accumulation of carbonate rocks and how sequence stratigraphy provides a predictive method to understand the formation of carbonate reservoirs.
Facies and facies models are described, including their variation in different tectonic settings. The principles and the practical application of sequence stratigraphy are studied, together with discussion on how this improves our understanding of carbonate reservoirs.
Diagenetic changes that carbonate rocks undergo are also analysed, and, where possible, set within a sequence stratigraphic framework.
Target audience: all geologists, geophysicists and petroleum engineers involved in exploration and development for carbonate reservoirs.
Participants should have basic knowledge and the vocabulary of sedimentology. Normally this means studying this within a degree in Geology. However, participants with other backgrounds, but practical working knowledge of carbonate rocks (limestones and dolomites), and reservoirs should also participate, and gain much from this course.
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