Applied Sequence Stratigraphy

CODE: OG05 DURATION: 1 Week/2 Weeks

CERTIFICATIONS: CPD

  • ✓ Modern facilities
  • ✓ Course materials and certificate
  • ✓ Accredited international trainers

Course Overview

The objective of this course is to help you find more oil and gas using well-logs, core and seismic data. This is a prerequisite course for others listed here. Topics include the recognition of key sequence stratigraphic surfaces and systems tracts in seismic, well-logs, core and outcrop. Exercises during the course will teach participants how to chronocorrelate wells using wireline logs and core.

Course Delivery

This course is available in the following formats:

Blended Live

Classroom

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Course Outcomes

Delegates will gain knowledge and skills to:


At the end of the course participants will have a greater understanding of and have developed the following key attributes:


• Identification if key sequence stratigraphic surfaces in core, logs and seismic


• Delineating systems tracts


• Controls of relative sea-level stand on the distribution of deepwater sands


• Differences between sequence stratigraphy in clastics vs carbonates


• Source, reservoir and seal prediction


• Better correlation techniques using well logs


Key Course Highlights

At the end of this course you'll understand:


  • ✓ Performing sequence analysis on core in shallow marine siliciclastics

  • ✓ Identification of key-sequence stratigraphic surfaces in sub-surface data from deepwater exploration basins

  • ✓ Exercise on identification of lithofacies and stacking pattern in a carbonate-ramp parasequences

  • ✓ Sequence stratigraphy of deepwater petroleum systems: effects of relative sea-level fall on sediment gravity flows

  • ✓ Carbonate sequence stratigraphy and its control on reservoir distribution and quality, recognition of key surfaces

  • ✓ Introduction to sequence biostratigraphy: index fossils including planktonic and benthic foraminifera, calcareous nannoplankton, dinoflagellates, spores and pollen


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Who Should Attend

Geologists, Geophysicists, Petrophysicists, and Engineers who wish to develop a better understanding of the factors that control distribution, reservoir connectivity and compartmentalization of hydrocarbon reservoirs


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Upcoming Course Dates



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Delivery Format: Classroom

Date: 07/12/21

Location: Houston

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$5875


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Delivery Format: Classroom

Date: 26/07/21

Location: London

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$4975


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Delivery Format: Classroom

Date: 08/09/21

Location: Miami

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$5875


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Delivery Format: Classroom

Date: 20/09/21

Location: Dubai

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$4975


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Applied Sequence Stratigraphy


  • ✓ Modern facilities
  • ✓ Course materials and certificate
  • ✓ Accredited international trainers
  • ✓ Training materials and workbook
  • ✓ Access to online resources