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    Petroleum Geology | RILS

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

    Alltraining sessions will be delivered online with no face-to-face classroomattendance. This class will be deliver in 4 hours daily teaching sessions over 10 days

    The principal objective of this course is to summarize the fundamentals of Geology that need to be understood and integrated with Engineering data to effectively and optimally manage petroleum reservoirs.

    The goal is for participants to understand the variety of geologic data that are integrated together to carefully describe the three-dimensional geometry of a reservoir. Participants will gain an appreciation for the tools and techniques available to for reservoir characterization and how the resulting data are integrated together.



    • Course objectives ; The role of petroleumgeology; World oil reserves production and consumption; Petroleum prices; Afield life cycle. 

    • Earth structure; Plate Tectonics; Volcano& earthquakes distributions; Fundamental rock types; Geological time scaleand rock age dating; Stratigraphic time breaks & discontinuities;Geological Principles.


    • Structural geology; Principle compressivestresses and their relations to rock deformation; Scales of deformation;Faulting styles; Fractures and detection methods. 

    • Geological mapping and contouringconcepts; Depth terminology; Isopachs and Isochores; Interpretation of grossand net reservoir and net pay thicknesses; Cross-section construction;Topographic outcrop patterns; Subsurface mapping using strike lines.


    Siliciclastic depositional systems;Sandstone classification and textural characteristics; Aeolian, alluvial fan;fluvial, deltaic, shallow marine and deep marine gravity flow deposits.Synsedimentary deformation; Miocene turbiditic Marnosa-arenacea case study ofN.Apennines; Log responses to depositional sequences.


    • Carbonate depositional systems; Moderncarbonate environments; Classification of carbonate rocks; Carbonate &clastic systems- contrasted; Carbonate ramps and platf orms; Carbonategrainstone settings; Peritidal carbonates and supratidal sabkhas; Microbialcarbonates; Carbonate reefs; Re-sedimented carbonates.  

    • Bioturbation: surface traces, burrowingand boring by animals; Rhizoliths and palaeosols


    Correlation: structural vs. stratigraphiccross-sections; Heterogeneity; Lithostratigraphic vs. chronostratigraphiccorrelation; Seismic/Sequence stratigraphic concepts; Biostratigraphy.


    • Diagenesis and authigenic minerals;Investigation techniques; Leaching and karstification, cementation andRotliegendes Fm. clay cement model; replacement and neomorphism; dolomitizationmodels; compaction and pressure solution. 

    • Pore systems and flow units; Porosity andpermeability controls; Pore types in siliclastics and carbonates; Permeabilitymodelling; Flow zone indicators.


    • Petroleum source rocks; unconventional gas accumulations; Types of source rock organic matter; Source rock maturity indication and modelling; Pyrolysis; Hydrocarbon fingerprinting.• Petroleum system processes and play fairways; Hydrocarbon migration; Hydrocarbon trapping mechanisms; Exploration risk analysis; Resource categorization; Hydrocarbons-in-place calculations; Monte Carlo simulation.

    3D geocellular modelling. Building thestructural-stratigraphic framework; Facies, porosity, permeability andsaturation modelling; Seismic constraint; Deterministic and stochastictechniques; Fracture modelling; Flow unit definition; Quantification ofuncertainty in volumetrics


    Seismic methods and petroleum geology;Basic principles of the reflection seismic method; Data acquisition; Dataprocessing; Seismic multiples and seismic migration; 2D, 3D and boreholeseismic ; Interpreting seismic results using seismic attributes; Directhydrocarbon indicators; Time-lapse 3D seismic surveys; Interpretation pitfalls.


    Openhole wireline logging. History; Basic tool types and their responses; Basicinterpretation of lithology, porosity and water saturation, including claycorrections.

    Geoscientists and Petroleum Engineers who require a fundamental understanding of the role and relation of Geology to their job.

    • General Geology

    • Structural Features

    • Geological Mapping and Cross-sections

    • Depositional Systems – Clastics and Carbonates

    • Bioturbation and Diagenesis

    • Correlation and Stratigraphy

    • Pore Systems and Flow Units

    • Petroleum Systems

    • Geological Modeling

    • Seismic and Wireline methods


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