Practical Techniques of Geological Modelling: A Geostatistical Approach: Atyrau
Practical Techniques of Geological Modelling: A Geostatistical Approach: Atyrau

Practical Techniques of Geological Modelling: A Geostatistical Approach: At...

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The course starts with the presentation and discussion of the main steps of 3D static modelling workflow. 3D geometrical modelling is developed with emphasis on grid types and, eventually, log data integration is approached. Practical applications and the core functionality of basic geostatistical techniques (kriging, variogram, simulations) is introduced. The course is focused on the use of the most suitable geostatistical approaches in various depositional environments (Fluvial, Delta and Deep marine) regarding both facies and petrophysical modeling. The course closes with some insights of hydrocarbon volume calculation, risk analysis and grid optimization for dynamic simulation purposes.

The course is designed for

  • Geologists/Geophysicists
  • Reservoir Engineers

Learning objectives

  • To help geologists, geophysicists and reservoir engineers to gain a thorough understanding of the concepts and practical applications of structural geology for petroleum exploration
  • To prepare participants to recognize rocks structures from outcrops and from subsurface data-sets and interpret them into a geologically coherent picture
  • To train participants to be able to integrate different data-set at different scales
  • To prepare participants to analyze structural data-sets in order to extract information about tectonic history and kinematics
  • To train participants to extract data and information from geological maps

Course outline

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Static modelling workflow

Introduction to static modelling
Data gathering and QC
Geological Layering and compartment identification
Petrophysical characterization
3D geometrical modelling
Facies and petrophysical properties distribution
Volume calculation and risk analysis

3D geometrical modelling

Structural modelling and grid types
Geological zonation
Layering and well log scale-up

Geostatistical tools

Simulations (TGS, SGS, SIS, MPS, Object modelling)

Geostatistical modelling: Reservoir architecture

Introduction to depositional modelling
Construction of Trends
Geostatistical modelling in Fluvial environment
Geostatistical modelling in Deltaic environment
Geostatistical modelling in Deep Marine environment

Geostatistical modelling: Petrophysical distribution

Introduction to petrophysical modelling
Various approaches for Porosity, Permeability and Water saturation distribution

Volume Calculation and uncertainty evaluation

Volume calculation and Risk analysis
Upgridding, Upscaling and QC

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