Geophysics for Geologists and Petroleum Engineers
This three-day course is designed for geologists and petroleum engineers and will provide an excellent overview of the limits and benefits of modern seismic techniques, including the relationship between well logs and seismic traces. The session will emphasize a number of examples drawn from the North American petroleum sector. The definition and utilization of seismic resolution and its role in establishing estimates of reserves in thin pay zones will be discussed in detail.
A complete set of course materials and lunches are included.
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- Course Objectives and Historical Background
- Seismic Fundamentals
- The Seismic Signal and its Significance
- Seismic Simulation of Geology and Reservoir
- Seismic Traces and the Relationship with Well Logs
- Resolution: the Estimation of Pay Thickness
- Acquisition (Shooting) Seismic: 2D , 3D and 4D
- Seismic Data Processing: Objectives and Methods
- Interpretation Techniques
- The Pre/ Post Stack Domains
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