About this Micro Virtual Instructor Led Training (VILT)
The restricted mineralogy of Carbonate Reservoirs and their susceptibility to post-depositional changes greatly influences their petrophysical behaviour and effects on fluid movement.
This Micro VILT will examine depositional textures and mineralogy and post-depositional changes, particularly pore fabrics and their effects on fluid movement.
Wettability in carbonate reservoir can be variable and may change during production. Combined with highly differing pore networks, wettability may strongly influence capillary activity, charge and resultant saturation as well as subsequent drainage.
Micro VILT Group Pricing:
SGD$1,200 per person / USD$ 889 per person
(Minimum 5 persons per group session)
For more details on pricing for larger groups or customisation of course outline, call us at +65 6741 9927 or email email@example.com
Delivery of this Micro VILT:
The Micro VILT will be delivered through Zoom, MS Teams or equivalent video conference platforms in combination with other online interactive training tools.
Micro VILT Duration:
The Micro VILT will be delivered online in 1 session comprising 4 hours, with 2 breaks.
Micro VILT Course Materials:
All participants will receive softcopy course materials (PDF format).
Breakdown of Modules:
Module 1: Carbonate Sediments: depositional textures and mineralogy
- Carbonate diagenesis: Post-depositional changes, porosity development and connectivity considerations
- Exercise on pore identification and measured core data
Module 2: Wettability in carbonate reservoirs
- What is it and why are large numbers of carbonate reservoirs oil wet?
- Effects on reservoir behaviour
- Capillary pressure and Fluid saturations
- Exercise: Matching pore types to capillary pressures
Module 3: Capillary pressure and fluid saturations (continued)
- Rock typing and modelling
- Exercise on rock typing and petrophysical modelling
Your expert course leader is the Geosciences Technical Director for PetroEdge. She was previously, the manager of Robertson Petroleum Training Centre and a Senior Project Scientist at CGG.
She has over 25 years of experience in teaching geology and leading field trips. Prior to her 8 years at Robertson CGG, she was in academia as a lecturer for 6 years and a Research Fellow for 3 years. She has conducted fieldwork and led field trips in the US and many areas in the UK. In addition, she has led university regional geology day schools and has comprehensive experience in course and study programme writing.
She has extensive experience in delivering courses and in Seismic Interpretation and Mapping, Clastic and Carbonate Reservoir Geology, Deepwater Turbidites, Sandstone Reservoirs, Wireline Log Interpretation, Integrated Sequence Stratigraphy, Basin Analysis and Exploration & Appraisal workshops globally.
In delivering the Exploration Team Management Workshop, she has project managed and taught key principles and modules on project planning, data collection/collation, geophysical assessment, stratigraphy and facies mapping, source rock facies and hydrocarbon generation, play fairway mapping, risking and prospect evaluation.
Her knowledge and enthusiasm for instructing is reflected in consistently being rated as excellent by trainees, and clients specifically requesting her participation in courses.