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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.
The Petrel Fundamentals course introduces new users to Petrel functionality with emphasis on visualization, data organization and collaboration. The course covers basic usage of the application, providing an understanding of how to get started with Petrel. You will learn about Petrel project set-up, data import, visualization, creating simple surfaces and grids and performing basic quality checks. You will also be introduced to the Studio Database and simple tools for retrieving data.
The Petrel Geology course focuses on a basic 2D geological workflow that teaches how to perform volume calculations with no seismic derived geomodel. The course aims to teach students common basic geological operations in Petrel. This includes working with well data, surfaces and simple map-based volume calculation.
The course will be delivered over a total of 26 Hours; i.e. in five (5) sessions lasting five (5) to 5.5 hours each.
In this session, participants will be introduced to the Petrel user interface and important project parameters. In addition to understanding the data structure, they will practice how to import and manage data in different formats, how to retrieve data from repository projects and from the Studio database and how to share data. They will also learn data visualization and quality control (QC) techniques.
This final session will focus on map-based volume calculations, Simple gridding and Plotting. First, leveraging the surfaces, isochores and property maps created inthe previous sessions, the participants will perform map-based volume calculations, which can be used during prospect assessment. Then, after covering the basic concepts of 3D structural modeling in Petrel and the Simple grid functionality, the participants will also practice how to configure geometrical modeling methods to create geometrical properties and how to display, filter and QC them. Finally, the participants will learn about the best practices for Plotting in Petrel, including how to optimally use the Map window, how to create montage plots and how to print scaled plots.
General knowledge of petroleum geology and geophysics or reservoir engineering as well as elemental software skills is recommended.
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