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Education Days Moscow 2012

19–23 November 2012


For the fourth time in a row EAGE will organize its education event in Moscow with a selection of short courses. At this stage we are asking you and your colleagues for input on the course programme.

Please mark the courses of your interest with anXand send this form back to edumoscow@eage.org before Thursday, 15 September 2011.

The titles are clickable and lead to the full abstracts posted on our website. Feel free to add your comments to the Comments field per course. We will be happy to consider including new courses to the list.

More information about our education programmes is available on our websites www.learninggeoscience.org and www.eage.ru/education.

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3D Reservoir Modelling of Naturally Fractured Reservoirs

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Tim Wynn

1 Day

Geology, Geophysics, Petrophysics, Reservoir & Production Engineering

Reservoir modelling for field development planning is a well-accepted process but its application to fractured reservoirs requires specific considerations which are less commonly known. This course describes a practical methodology for building 3D static (‘geocellular’) reservoir models for naturally fractured reservoirs using standard modelling software, covering such considerations.

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3D Tomography by Active and Passive Seismic Data

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Aldo Vesnaver

1 Day

Geophysics

Building a 3D Earth model in depth is needed not only for accurate seismic imaging, but also for linking well data (as logs and cores) and reservoir simulations. Tomography can build a 3D macro-model for P and S velocities that integrates surface and well data, as well as active and passive seismic. This short course will introduce the basic concepts of traveltime inversion keeping all the math at a very basic level.

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4D Seismic for Reservoir Management

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Ian Jack

2 Days

Geophysics

After a short perspective on the development of 4D seismic from the 1980’s to its routine use in mature areas, the course covers the basics of rock and fluid physics. It moves on to describe current best practice and the technical and operational requirements for successful implementation of time-lapse technology whether for hydrocarbon extraction or for CO2 injection.

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A Comprehensive Overview of Seismic Data Processing Steps

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Piet Gerritsma

1 Day

Geophysics

Seismic data processing can be characterized by a sequence of steps where for each of these steps there are a number of different approaches. This course gives a comprehensive overview of the steps that are common in seismic data processing and discusses for each step a variety of alternative implementations together with their inherent assumptions and strengths and weaknesses.

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A Lab Course in Seismic Reflection Processing

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Roger Young




Geophysics

To come to an understanding, through a hands-on processing experience, of the consequences of model simplifications and mathematical assumptions imposed on the real earth during the processing of seismic data. The cost of the course will include a copy of the EAGE book, A Lab Manual of Seismic Processing, and an attached CD-ROM, which includes all short course notes.

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A Practical Approach to Airborne Exploration Geophysics

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Markku Peltoniemi

1 Day

Geophysics

Significant progress in the technology, methods and applications of airborne geophysics has taken place during the 60 years that the capability has been available, and important advances are still to be expected. Understanding the links between the geophysical parameters measured with airborne surveys, petrophysical properties.

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A Short Course in Modern Seismic Inversion Techniques

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Nick Pillar

1 Day

Geophysics

With the change in the SEC rules in 2010 regarding the booking of Proven Undeveloped Reserves (PUD) geophysical techniques that can be proven to be reliable and repeatable will have a large potential impact on the valuation of oil companies in the future. One of the more reliable techniques is seismic inversion.

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An Introduction to Velocity Model Building

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Ian Jones

1 Day

Geophysics

The day will initially cover the motivations for building detailed velocity models, and briefly discuss the inherent limitations on our ability to build a detailed model, then move on to review the history and evolution of model building techniques. Current-day practice will be covered, exemplified via several case-studies, and will end with a synopsis of the less well known and emerging techniques.

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Applications of Seismic Anisotropy in The Oil and Gas Industry (OTE 3)

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Vladimir Grechka

1 Day

Geophysics

Elastic anisotropy can strongly influence seismic data. This course discusses modelling, inversion, and processing of seismic reflection and VSP data in the presence of anisotropy. The most critical step in extending the existing processing techniques to anisotropic media is to identify and estimate the medium parameters responsible for measured seismic signatures.

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Assuring Flow from Pore to Process

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Abul Jamaluddin

1 Day

Petroleum Engineering

Impediment to flow caused by either fluid phase behaviour coupled with the dynamics of flow and/or production-chemistry-related issues in the near-wellbore, wellbores and flow lines has long been identified in onshore and offshore shallow-water environments. These events became more severe in deepwater environment as the intervention is very challenging from both technical and cost considerations.

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Attracting, Developing and Retaining Top Technical People

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Peter Lloyd

1 Day

Training & Development

Our industry is greying. The mentors in many of the major companies are gone, the in-house training programs in many major companies are gone, and the research centres in many major companies are gone. Comparing the E&P landscape just 10 years ago, many of the major companies themselves are gone, and have been replaced with very different looking organizations.

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Beyond Conventional Seismic Imaging (OTE 1)

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Evgeny Landa

1 Day

Geophysics

While depth imaging plays an increasing role in seismic exploration, imaging in time domain still remains an important processing tool. Time imaging provides sufficient information for a variety of subsurface models of moderate complexity. Moreover, for more complex models that request the use of prestack depth migration, time imaging usually constitutes a key first step.

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 13 

Borehole Stability and Earth Stresses

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Maurice Dusseault

2 Days

Geology, Petrophysics

Can we use a mud weight greater than the fracture pressure? Can we drill through depleted zones without extra casing strings? What stresses exist around salt diapers? Can we solve swelling shale and fractured shale drilling problems? Why does salt creep? A clear and logical approach to such issues is provided through rock mechanics and geoscience principles.

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Conduits and Seals in Hydrocarbon Reservoirs: a Geo-Mechanical Approach

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Dirk Nieuwland

3 Days

Geology

Flow of oil and gas through porous reservoir rock is controlled by the permeability of the reservoir. In the simplest case this is a single permeability system that is completely controlled by the rock properties of the reservoir. The presence of faults and/or fractures complicates the flow by creating a dual porosity/permeability system when open fractures are present.

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Dealing with Geohazards in new Frontiers – Prevention the better Cure

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Robert Gruenwald

1 Day

Geology, Geophysics

Transmit understanding of principles of pore pressure evaluation and prediction and its relevance in safe and effective well bore operations in on- and offshore environments. Hands on calculations on different type of offset well information as well as the integration of seismic methods, explaining the relationship between effective stress and velocities.

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Deepwater Reservoirs: Exploration and Production Concepts

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Dorrik Stow

2 Days

Geology, Geophysics, Petroleum Engineering

Sandstones deposited in deep marine environments form important hydrocarbon reservoirs in many basins around the world. Interbedded mudstones can be important as source rocks, as well as acting as barriers, baffles and seals. Deepwater reservoirs are currently the principal target for oil and gas exploration, with over 1600 existing turbidite fields and plays.

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Exploration and Development Geochemistry

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