CodeDateVenueEarly Bird FeeFee
PE142126 - 29 Oct 2020Virtual Instructor Led Training (VILT) SGD 2999 SGD 3199 Remind me of Course Dates
PE142126 - 29 Oct 2020Virtual Instructor Led Training (VILT) RM 8997 RM 9597 Remind me of Course Dates

Code

PE1421

Date

26 - 29 Oct 2020

Venue

Virtual Instructor Led Training (VILT)

Early Bird Fee

SGD 2,999

Fee

SGD 3,199

Code

PE1421

Date

26 - 29 Oct 2020

Venue

Virtual Instructor Led Training (VILT)

Early Bird Fee

RM 8,997

Fee

RM 9,597

About this Virtual Instructor Led Training (VILT) 

This Virtual Instructor Led Training (VILT) aims is to provide practical applications of seismic stratigraphy for evaluating carbonate reservoirs with examples from the middle east. The main points of focus are:

  1. Understanding the crucial principles of sequence stratigraphy
  2. Recognising the main features on seismic that subdivide the rock packages into depositional sequences and systems tract
  3. Creating and understanding spatial-temporal plots (Wheeler diagrams)
  4. Carbonate sequence/seismic-stratigraphy: main differences with clastics
  5. Understand how sequence stratigraphy can be used to determine reservoir heterogeneity and distribution in carbonates reservoirs
  6. Sequence stratigraphic framework of carbonate reservoirs in the Arabian Gulf

At the end of this Virtual Instructor Led Training (VILT), participants will be able to:

  1. Understand the crucial principles of sequence stratigraphy
  2. Recognise the main features on seismic that subdivide the rock packages into depositional sequences and systems tract
  3. Create and understand spatial-temporal plots (Wheeler diagrams)
  4. Explore carbonate sequence/seismic-stratigraphy: main differences with clastics
  5. Understand how sequence stratigraphy can be used to determine reservoir heterogeneity and distribution in carbonates reservoirs
  6. Understand sequence stratigraphic framework of carbonate reservoirs in the Arabian Gulf

This Virtual Instructor Led Training (VILT) will benefit Exploration and development geologists, geophysicists and petrophysicists, involved with prospect evaluation or reservoir modelling and a general understanding of carbonate reservoir and related depositional models.

Feed Forward Session:

As a basis for evaluating the business impact, a feed-forward session will be incorporated at the end of the Virtual Instructor Led Training (VILT). This involves highlighting specific action points of what participants are going to do differently in their day-to-day work, based on the learnings from the Virtual Instructor Led Training (VILT).

Trainer 1

Trainer in Petroleum Geology since 2008, after 20 years of international career in E&P. She worked in Royal Dutch Shell and Petroleum Development Oman in numerous roles. In Oman, she applied her expertise over the whole spectrum, from the original concept stage all the way through to development and Enhanced Oil Recovery.

Her specialisations are on carbonates and seismic/sequence stratigraphy of Middle-Eastern plays and reservoirs, i.e. Mesozoic (Shu’aiba, Natih), Proterozoic (i.e. Ara stringers and Nafun) and Permian-Jurassic carbonates.

She is an experienced and enthusiastic trainer, eager to pass on her knowledge and help teams and individual professionals forward. She knows how to bring learning points across and make people remember them. She is good at integrating different disciplines and making complicated matters easy to understand and applicable for the job.

Trainer 2

Previously, he was a Senior Exploration Consultant of Shell International, where he was Subject Matter Expert for carbonates. He has more than 32 years of experience in research exploration and development of carbonate reservoirs. Throughout his career, he was involved in the organisation and delivery of courses on carbonate plays and reservoirs both within the industry and the academic world. He is currently Visiting Lecturer for the Carbonate Exploration Masterclass at Heriot Watt University Edinburgh for the NERC Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in Oil & Gas programme and working on a DPhil. on the Late Cretaceous depositional systems in Eastern Arabia at Oxford University.

He has in-depth knowledge of the Petroleum Geology of the Arabian Plate and seismic stratigraphy with work experience on all carbonate reservoirs in the Mesozoic and Neoproterozoic with extensive publication record. His drive is to pass on this knowledge to the next generation of geologists and he has already acquired many years of training and coaching experience, both in the industry and as lecturer at Sultan Qaboos University.