A Live Webinar featuring, Christopher L. Liner, PhD, Former SEG President and Storm Endowed Chair of Petroleum Geology University of Arkansas
Duration/Format: 2 half-day interactive webinar sessions, April 25 & 26, 2017, 8:30 am to 11:30 am Central Time (Houston, USA)
This course is an overview of carbonates from geology to seismic interpretation, with particular emphasis on karst topography and seismic expression thereof.
Carbonate reservoirs represent the majority of worldwide petroleum reserves, including emerging unconventional reservoirs. Unlike clastics, carbonate mineralogy is relatively simple,
while complexity arises from depositional environment lateral variability, pore structure, digenesis and dissolution. These factors influence bulk rock properties and, in turn, seismic response.
The course offers a broad overview of carbonate geology and properties that are mappable on a seismic scale as potential hydrocarbon reservoirs. To illustrate key concepts, field sites and case histories are presented from global locations.
Session 1: Geology
Session 2: Rock Physics
Session 3: Wireline
Session 4: Seismic 101
Session 5: Horizons
Session 6: Attributes
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