Geologists, geophysicists, petroleum engineers, and students.
This course provides an introduction to the concepts and methods of geological reservoir characterization and modeling through lectures, exercises, and case studies. A variety of topics are discussed that include sedimentary and reservoir-rock properties, heterogeneity and flow units, and static and dynamic reservoir modeling concepts and methods. Exercises and case studies will be presented to strengthen participant understanding of concepts and methods.
Introduction to reservoir characterization
Sedimentary and reservoir-rock properties
Reservoir heterogeneity and flow units
Unconventional shales / source rocks and their analysis
Conventional clastic and carbonate deposits / reservoirs
Reservoir modeling concepts and methods (static reservoir modeling):
What geoscientists should know about reservoir fluid-flow simulation (dynamic reservoir modeling):
Students: $390.00 (Sold Out - Students spots have been filled)
Limit: 25 people
Includes: Course notes (USB drive), continental breakfast and refreshments
Participants should bring laptop computers with Excel and Adobe Reader. A USB drive with lecture and exercise materials will be provided for viewing, analysis, and interpretation during the course.
Please visit Where to Stay to book your accommodations for ACE.
There are a limited number of discounted registrations available for students on a first-come, first-served basis. If a discounted space is still available, it will show up during the online registration process. If discounted spots are no longer available, you may register at the full fee; if we are able to add additional discounted spots we will refund the difference at that time.
Subscribe now to receive valuable updates, important dates and deadlines from ACE