ACE FT 6 | Integrated Deepwater Outcrop Characterization: From Channels to Sheets-San Diego, California
Society for Sedimentary Geology (SEPM)
Thursday, 11 June – Saturday, 13 June 2020, 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. | San Diego, California
Who Should Attend
Geologist and engineers interested in developing a deeper understanding of deepwater reservoirs.
- Application of sequence stratigraphic concepts to improve prediction of spatial and temporal variations in sand body architecture.
- Application key multi-disciplinary techniques and workflows necessary for successful characterization of deepwater sand bodies.
- Understand the potential sub-seismic controls on sand body heterogeneity.
This field trip will focus on the deepwater channel and sheet dominated outcrops exposed along the southern California coastline. These exceptional deepwater outcrops provide a superb opportunity to study the architecture and facies associations of deepwater systems and has applications to both conventional reservoir types (e.g. Wilcox, Miocene GoM, and offshore West Africa).
- $1,350 Professionals
- $675 Students (limited number)
- 25 People
- Educational Credits
- 1.7 CEU
- 17 PDH
- Local Transportation
- Participants are responsible for travel to and from San Diego, California
- Day 1: Ardath and Scripps Formations at La Jolla, California San Diego, California; Temporal and Spatial Variations in sand body architecture
- Day 2: Capistrano Formation at San Clemente, California; Architectural characterization of deepwater Channels
- Day 3: Pt Loma Formation at Pt Loma, California; Architectural characterization of deepwater Sheets