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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. This class will be delivered in 4 hour sessions over 5 days.
Rock physics is a key component in oil and gas exploration, development, and production. It combines concepts and principles from geology, geophysics, petrophysics, applied mathematics, and other disciplines. Rock physics provides the empirical relationships, understanding, and theory to connect petrophysical, geomechanical, and seismic data to the intrinsic properties of rocks, such as mineralogy, porosity, pore shapes, pore fluids, pore pressures, stresses, and overall architectures like laminations and fractures. Rock physics is needed to optimize all imaging and reservoir characterization solutions based on geophysical
data and the data used to build mechanical earth models for solving geomechanical problems.
Attendees of this course will obtain an understanding of the sensitivity of elastic waves in the earth to mineralogy, porosity, pore shapes, pore fluids, pore pressures, stresses, and the anisotropy of the rock fabric resulting from the depositional and stress history of the rock. They will also learn how to use this understanding in the quantitative interpretation of seismic data and in the
construction of mechanical earth models. A variety of applications and real data examples will be presented
Introduction to rock physics
Mixture models in rock physics
Fluid substitution modeling
Rock Physics models for clastics
Rock Physics models for carbonates
Introduction to Geomechanics
Seismic applications of rock physics
Seismic applications of geomechanics
Fractured reservoir characterization
Unconventional shale reservoirs
Geoscientists, petrophysicists, and engineers wishing to understand rock physics and learn how to work together in integrated
teams to build geomechanical models.
A basic knowledge of Geology, Geophysics, and Petrophysics.
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