Why Choose this Training Course?
Participants on this 5-day intensive PetroKnowledge Fluvial Sedimentation training course range from petrophysicists, geologists, geophysicists or engineers who use core, borehole images, log data, core data and production data to produce or understand facies produced in a fluvial sedimentary environment. The goal of this training course is to learn to develop a G&G workflow which utilizes a variety of geological data essential to produce an accurate fluvial reservoir model.
By choosing this PetroKnowledge training course, the participants will be able to utilize all forms of data that can be used to build a fluvial geological model. Ranging from mud logs, rock cuttings, thin-sections, core, borehole images, log data, seismic and geological analogues. The participant will build and interpret facies logs, to create detailed facies maps deposited within a fluvial environment. Participants will be able, despite their different working sectors, to deal with fluvial sedimentary models, interpret facies logs and understands varying sand body architecture and geometries. As well as learning about the different tools needed to acquire the most accurate data to derive accurate facies models.
This PetroKnowledge training course will highlight:
- Understanding the fundamental different sedimentary plays within the fluvial environment
- Learn the different sedimentary flow processes that deposit within a fluvial system
- Analysis of mud logs, rock cuttings, core and thin sections to build robust facies types and facies associations
- Interpret the key features of borehole images, and interpret the dip data to determine palaeoflow direction and sand dispersal
- Understanding and utilizing geological analogues to provide the input parameters to build a fluvial reservoir model