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Reservoir geophysics is the study of the internal configuration and properties of a previously identified reservoir. A major difference between reservoir and exploration geophysics is the existence of well control on or near the reservoir geophysics target. This potentially allows for a more detailed analysis of the properties of the target reservoir than possible from either seismic or wireline data alone. It also requires that the geoscientist interested in applying reservoir geophysics to a prospect has knowledge of both seismic and rock physics theory.
The purpose of the course is to introduce geoscientists to the basics of rock physics and seismic acquisition as they are applied to reservoir geophysics. The course will cover the various seismic attributes, including amplitude variation with offset (AVO) attributes, that are used in reservoir geophysics and look at their application to time-lapse seismic. The course will also look at the application of seismic inversion in reservoir geophysics
Participants should acquire knowledge of the basic principles underlying modern reservoir geophysics and have knowledge of the latest terminology and technology in the field. They will acquire hands on experience in the use of rock physics and creating synthetic seismic data to examine the effects of changing reservoir geometry and fluid content. They will also acquire practical experience using various attributes in quantitative interpretation on real well and seismic data.
Introduction & Rock Physics Basis
Application of Seismic in Development and Production Fields
Application of Seismic Attributes in Development and Production Fields
Application of AVO & Geostatistical Modeling in Development and Production Fields
Application of Post Stack AI Inversion in Development and Production Fields
Geoscientists (in particular, practicing Geophysicists) who need practical knowledge of the application of geophysical techniques at reservoir level.
Familiarity with PETREL - minimum Petrel fundamentals.
Reasonable knowledge of Geophysics
Basic understanding of Geology
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