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This course covers fundamentals of Rock Physics and Statistical Rock Physics, ranging from basic laboratory and theoretical results to practical “recipes” that can be immediately applied in the field. We will present qualitative and quantitative tools for understanding and predicting the effects of lithology, pore fluid types and saturation, stress and pore pressure, and temperature on seismic velocity. We will present case studies and strategies for quantitative seismic interpretation and, suggestions for more effectively employing seismic-to-rock properties transforms in reservoir characterization, with emphasis on seismic interpretation for lithology and subsurface fluid detection.
Intro and overview
Basic Geophysical Concepts
Seismic Velocities and factors that effect velocities
Effective medium theories
Gassmann fluid substitution
Uses, abuses, and piffallsDay 2
Shaly sands and their seismic signatures
Linking Rock Physics with Geologic processes
Vp/Vs relations and the rock physics of AVO
AVO analysis case studyDay 3
Fluid flow and partial saturation
Uncertainties and Probabilities
Statical Rock Physics for reservoir characterization
Rock Physics Templates
Near and far offset Impedance inversion case study
Rock physics and time-lapse seismic monitoring
Wrap up review
The course is recommended for all geophysicists, reservoir geologists, seismic interpreters, and engineers concerned with reservoir characterization, reservoir delineation, hydrocarbon detection, reservoir development and recovery monitoring.
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