Sandstones deposited in deep marine environments form important hydrocarbon reservoirs in many basins around the world. Interbedded mudstones can be important as source rocks, as well as acting as barriers, baffles and seals. Deepwater reservoirs are currently the principal target for oil and gas exploration, with over 1600 existing turbidite fields and plays. Driven by technological advances and much improved scientific understanding, the pace of exploration and discovery in this realm is fast accelerating. Keeping pace with these developments and with the new knowledge base is essential for all those involved in deepwater systems. What began as the turbidite reservoir has matured into the more varies deepwater play of the 21st century that no company can afford to ignore.
Who should attend the training
Geologists, geophysicists, and petroleum engineers involved in exploration and development of deepwater plays and project managers of deepwater plays and reservoir production.
The training time: (5 days)
Basic petroleum geology, basic stratigraphy, and basic sedimentology.
• Deepwater overview and building blocks
• Downslope, along-slope, and open-ocean systems
• Architectural elements: Nature and recognition
• Channel style and geometry
• Lobes, mounds, and sheets
• Satellite geomorphology : the correlation between topography and lithology
• Folds and fold belts
• Faults and fault systems
• Water courses and faults
• Deepwater massive sands
• Thin-bedded turbidites
• Deepwater drilling, seismic sequence stratigraphy, and deepwater plays review
• Subsurface models
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