Introduction to Petroleum Geology

A Technical Introduction to Geology for Non-Geologists

26-27 Jun 2014 at St Georges Terrace, Perth, Australia

Energy and Power

Introduction to Petroleum Geology 26-27 Jun 2014 St Georges Terrace, Perth, Australia
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Acquire an understanding of the geological principles employed to find, develop & produce oil & gas reservoirs. Learn about the data required to build a model of the subsurface, & the different methods used to display information & analyse risk. Key Learning Outcomes Understand the elements of a petroleum system: Source, seal, reservoir, trap Appreciate the key elements of petroleum geology and their control on well and reservoir productivity Build your awareness of types and value of geological information and data acquisition techniques onshore and offshore Understand geological risks and uncertainties and how they affect technical and commercial decision making processes Discover the geological documentation required for exploration, appraisal and development well planning projects Examine the impact of petroleum geological parameters on valuation of oil and gas asset About the Course The course demonstrates the critical importance and relevance of petroleum geology, and how the appropriate use of geological information can lead to better management decisions, thus improve project values Participants will acquire an understanding of the geological principles employed to find, develop and produce oil and gas reservoirs, the type of data required to build a model of the subsurface, and the different methods used to display information. Using a set of hands on projects, the course will demonstrate how appropriate use of geological information can lead to better management decisions and thus improve the value of oil and gas projects. The main elements to be discussed are the elements of a petroleum system: Source, seal, reservoir, trap, the elements of petroleum geology and their control on productivity, the acquisition of geological data, geological risks and uncertainties, along with geological input to exploration, appraisal and development well planning.

Speakers: Keith Davison, Mark Graham

Price: $ 2744.50 AUD

Start Time: 9:00 am - End Time: 5:00 pm

When
From: June 26, 2014 09:00
To: June 27, 2014 17:00
Where

St Georges Terrace, St Georges Terrace, Perth, Australia

Category

Energy and Power

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edinfo@iir.com.au

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