A two to three-day theory-based course on methods and techniques for evaluating sealing faults. The emphasis is placed on the application of an objective methodology to the analysis of sub-surface data (seismic interpretation and wells). The course is suitable for geologists, geophysicists and reservoir engineers.
All sessions comprise a mixture of lectures and practical sessions.
The course is designed to give geologists and reservoir engineers a thorough overview of new structural techniques for detailed analysis of fault seal.
Causes and evaluation of subsurface pressures; seal classification - capillary seals and permeability.
Fault juxtaposition seal
Fault-displacement patterns, analysis of seismic interpretations and map data, triangle diagrams.
Clay smear, cataclastic features, cementation/diagenesis, prediction of fault-seal capacity (gouge ratio and smear factor)..
Faults, fluid flow and diagenesis
Fluid flow along faults, slip tendency.
Fault seals in production
Application to reservoir models, estimation of transmissibility multipliers.
When, Where and How Much?
When and Where?
Course dates: 15 - 16th May, 2017.
Location: Badley Geoscience offices in the UK
The cost of this course is £1250 + VAT (20%) per person.
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