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The objective of this course is to introduce concepts and methods in trap and seal analysis particularly as related to fault characterization including fault mapping and fault seal as applies to cross-fault flow resistance to geoscientists (geologists and geophysicists) and petroleum engineers so that they can apply these principals in their exploration and development projects. The lecture course introduces fundamentals and advanced concepts for faulting and flow for the prediction of fault behavior in subsurface traps. The concepts discussed in the lecture course are applied in simple exercises and related to the capabilities in the Petrel structural and fault analysis module to reinforce the technology.
The three days will be separated into a 2 day course on basic workflows with paper exercises to reinforce the concepts and a 1-day course using a data set of a case study to be analyzed on the workstation using the Structural and Fault Analysis Module in Petrel.
Exercise: Trap geometry and controls on hydrocarbon contacts.
Exercise: Creating fault throw and separation maps.
Exercise: Estimating hydrocarbon gradients, capillary pressure and threshold pressure for reservoir and fault rock.Day 2
Exercise: Generating juxtaposition Allan diagrams.
Exercise: Hydrocarbon column height exercise.
Exercise: Estimating the clay smear factor and shale gouge ratio along faults.
The course is relevant to geologists, geophysicists and petroleum engineers.
Introduction to fault mapping and trap and seal characterization.
Fault geometry mapping.
Fault Rock Properties
Faults in simulation
Although no prerequisites are required for this course, the concepts are more suited to geoscientists with experience in mapping and evaluating exploration and development projects. The software course material does require a good working knowledge of Petrel
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