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    Deep Marine Reservoir Characterisation | RILS format (Remote Instructor-Led Series)

    This is a Remote Instructor Led Series (RILS) training. The remote classroom delivery is a modality that takes advantage of the instructor led training content, while allowing the same content to be delivered remotely.

    All training sessions will be delivered online with no face-to-face classroom attendance. This class will be delivered in 4 to 5 hours daily sessions, including breaks, over 5 days.

    Deep marine sediments are important hydrocarbon reservoirs around the world. This course will help the participant to understand deep sea fan development, by having a better knowledge of underwater sedimentary processes. The course will discuss the initiation of flows and their short and long distant transport processes and depositional mechanisms. As well as the facies and facies characteristics and associated bed thickness and geometries that result. Outcrop analogues, modern day examples and subsurface reservoirs case studies will be outlined to illustrate the diversity of deep marine sediments. This course is designed for online learning, with interactive teaching and some participants engagement.

    The objective of this course is to give a comprehensive understanding of deep marine processes and fan development, drawing on numerous case studies and analogues from modern day, outcrop and the subsurface.



    Day 1 - Processes of Deposition

    Initiation and Proximal Process

    Long Distance Transport Processes

    Depositional Mechanisms

    Alternative Processes

    Modern Day Case Study: Laurentian Fan. Hueneme Fan, Mississippi Fan




    Day 2 - Facies and Facies Characteristics

    Facies and Facies Associations

    Bed Thickness & Texture

    MegaBeds

    Geometry and Sequences


    Day 3 - Out crop Analogues

    Annot Formation, SE France

    Nummidain Flysch, Sicily

    Simi Hills, Los Angeles, California

    Ainsa System, Spain


    Day 4 - Reservoir Characterisation

    Borehole Image Analysis

    Thin Bed Analysis

    Subsurface Facies Analysis

    Static & Dynamic Modelling


    Day 5 - Subsurface Case Studies

    Offshore & Onshore Egypt

    Offshore Borneo,

    Taranaki Basin, New Zealand

    Karoo Sandstones, South Africa


    Oil and Gas Geoscientists who wish to learn more about Deep Marine Reservoirs

    Day 1 – Processes of Deposition

    Initiation and Proximal Process

    Long Distance Transport Processes

    Depositional Mechanisms

    Alternative Processes

    Modern Day Case Study: Laurentian Fan. Hueneme Fan, Mississippi Fan

     

    Day 2 – Facies and Facies Characteristics

    Facies and Facies Associations

    Bed Thickness & Texture

    MegaBeds

    Geometry and Sequences

     

    Day 3 – Out crop Analogues

    Annot Formation, SE France

    Nummidain Flysch, Sicily

    Simi Hills, Los Angeles, California

    Ainsa System, Spain

     

    Day 4 - Reservoir Characterisation

    Borehole Image Analysis

    Thin Bed Analysis

    Subsurface Facies Analysis

    Static & Dynamic Modelling

     

    Day 5 Subsurface Case Studies

    Offshore & Onshore Egypt

    Offshore Borneo,

    Taranaki Basin, New Zealand

    Karoo Sandstones, South Africa

     

     

     


    Basic understanding of Geology 

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