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




НазваниеFor 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
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Kenneth Peters

2 Days

Geology, Geochemistry

This applications-oriented 2-day course shows how geochemistry can reduce the risk associated with petroleum exploration and development. The course provides interpretive guidelines to evaluate prospective source rocks and define petroleum systems. Examples of the application of geochemistry to production problems are given.

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Explorational Rock Physics and Seismic Reservoir Prediction

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Per Avseth, Tor Arne Johansen

2 Days

Geophysics

The field of rock physics represents the link between qualitative geologic parameters and quantitative geophysical measurements. Increasingly over the last decade, rock physics stands out as a key technology in petroleum geophysics, as it has become an integral part of quantitative seismic interpretation.

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Full-Wavefield Tomography / Full-Waveform Inversion: a Game Changing Technology

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Mike Warner

1 Day

Geophysics

Full-wavefield tomography, or full-wavefield inversion (FWI) as it is otherwise known, is a technique for seismic depth imaging, for velocity-model building, and for obtaining models of physical properties in the sub-surface at high spatial resolution.

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Fundamentals of 3D Seismic Survey Design

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Gijs Vermeer

5 Days

Geophysics

3D seismic surveys have become a standard ingredient for successful exploration and exploitation of hydrocarbons. Usually, the acquisition of these surveys is the most expensive step towards a clear picture of the subsurface targets. Therefore, an optimal choice of the survey parameters is essential.

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Fundamentals of Seismic Acquisition and Processing

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Jeff Johnson

2 Days

Geophysics

The overall objective is to introduce E&P professionals to basic concepts and principles of seismic data acquisition and processing that affect interpretation. Learning objectives are at basic awareness and knowledge levels. Emphasis is on practical understanding of seismic acquisition, processing, imaging, and data requirements for extraction of geological and petrophysical information.

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Geological Evolution of Middle East since Triassic

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Eric Barrier

1 Day

Geology

This course describes the tectonic and geodynamic evolution of the whole Middle East in relationship with the closure of the Tethyan oceanic domain. The course is divided into four parts dealing with: (1) the general kinematic evolution and palinspastic reconstructions, (2) the tectonic evolution of the Eurasian margin before Arabia-Eurasia collision (i.e. from Late Triassic to Maastrichtian), (3) the pre-collision tectonic evolution of Arabian plate, and (4) the evolution of the Cenozoic Arabia-Eurasia collision.

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Geological History of CO2: Carbon Cycle and Natural Sequestration of CO2

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Alain-Yves Huc

1 Day

Geochemistry

With respect to the current genuine public concern regarding the anthropogenic increase of greenhouse gases, a great deal of research and technology development focuses on the capture and underground storage of industrial quantities of CO2 concentrated in emissions from combustion sources, such as power plants and other industrial activities.

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Geology for Non-Geologists

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George Bertram

2 Days

Geology

The course comprises a series of talks on the fundamentals of geology interspersed with short practical exercises and discussions. The objective of the course is to introduce attendees to the science of geology with particular emphasis on its application to exploration for hydrocarbons.

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Geophysics Under Stress: Geomechanical Applications of Seismic and Borehole Acoustic Waves (SEG/EAGE DISC 2010)

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Colin Sayers

1 Day

Geophysics

The state of stress within the earth has a profound effect on the propagation of seismic and borehole acoustic waves, and this leads to many important applications of elastic waves for solving problems in petroleum geomechanics. The purpose of this course is to provide an overview of the sensitivity of elastic waves in the earth to the in-situ stress.

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Geostatistics for Seismic Data Integration in Earth Models

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Olivier Dubrule

1 Day

Cross Discipline

In recent years, the use of geostatistics has spread from the world of reservoir characterisation to that of velocity analysis, time-to-depth conversion, seismic inversion, uncertainty quantification, and more generally to that of seismic data integration in earth models. Nevertheless, many geoscientists still regard geostatistics as little more than a statistical black-box.

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High Resolution Methods

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Hansruedi Maurer

2 Days

Geophysics

This course covers state-of-the-art technology and future trends for exploring the upper 100 to 200 m of the solid Earth. This depth range is critical for many aspects of mankind’s need. Moreover, advanced knowledge of the shallow subsurface is required for imaging deeper structures. A key element of shallow subsurface characterization includes the combined analysis and interpretation of different types of data.

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Hydrocarbon Recovery

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Theo Kortekaas

2 Days

Reservoir & Production Engineering

With the currently available computing power it is now possible to model both highly complex geological environments and highly complex hydrocarbon recovery mechanisms. In view of the enormous amount of data in reservoir simulation models there is an increasing tendency to have an unlimited belief in model predictions and omit the necessary quality checks on fundamentals.

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Integrated Seismic Acquisition and Processing

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Jack Bouska

1 day

Geophysics

This course covers modern techniques in 3D seismic acquisition, from the perspective of seismic as an integrated system comprising: acquisition design, field operations, data processing, imaging, and interpretation. This one day course will review the basics of 3D survey design, with emphasis on how practical aspects of interpretation, data processing, imaging and/or field operations can either constrain.

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Linking Geomechanics and Seismics: Stress-Effects on Time-Lapse Multicomponent Seismic Data

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Jorg Herwanger

1 day

Geophysics, Reservoir & Production Engineering, Petroleum Engineering

Time-lapse seismic data are traditionally interpreted in terms of fluid saturation and pressure changes. Recent field examples have shown that seismic time-lapse changes also occur above and below the reservoir. These are time-lapse effects that cannot be explained using pressure or saturation changes in the reservoir.

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Microseismicity – A Tool of Reservoir Characterization (OTE 2)

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Serge Shapiro

1 Day

Geology, Geophysics, Petrophysics, Petroleum Engineering

Borehole fluid injections are typical for stimulation and development of hydrocarbon or geothermal reservoirs. The fact that fluid injection causes seismicity has been well-established for several decades. Current on going research is aimed at quantifying and control of this process. Understanding and monitoring of fluid-induced seismicity can help us to characterize reservoirs and estimates results of their stimulations.

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Migration, DMO and Velocity Model Building

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Piet Gerritsma

1 Day

Geophysics

The process of migration, whereby a proper image in time or depth of the subsurface is obtained, is directly related with the velocity model that both serves as input for the migration process as well as is the result of such a migration. Therefore migration and velocity model building are intimately related processes.

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Modern Seismic Imaging Technology

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Etienne Robein

1 day

Geophysics

Seismic imaging techniques evolved regularly over the years since their first usage in E&P business in the early 50’s, in conjunction with improvements in seismic acquisition methods. However, a definite improvement in quality, accuracy and reliability of the seismic image was achieved recently with the generalisation of “Pre-Stack Migrations” of compression and converted waves.
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