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The 5 day course combines field and classroom training sessions that integrate model building in Petrel with classic field observations. The field trip portion of the course will consist of short excursions to view the oilfield facilities, surface geology, and outcrops in the area as well as time spent viewing core. It is intended to give the geoscience professional tangible examples of the conceptual models they create. The classroom portion of the course will be a 2 day hands-on Petrel Fracture Modeling course delivered in a classroom facility in Casper. Each student will build a model and explore fracture modeling concepts.
The Petrel Fracturing Modeling Course will be taught in Casper, Wyoming utilizing subsurface data associated with the Teapot Dome thrusted and fractured anticlinal structure. The former RMOTC site is a 10,000- acre U.S. Department of Energy facility located within the previously-designated Naval Petroleum Reserve No. 3 (NPR-3), also known as Teapot Dome Oil Field, about 35 miles north of Casper, Wyoming. This is the actual location where the data used in the Petrel Fracture Modeling course was collected. The fieldtrip sites will allow surface investigation of the same fractured geologic section used in the subsurface Petrel modeling exercises.
Geoscientists, Engineers and Petrel Modelers
A working knowledge of Petrel is recommended, but not required.
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