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From Rocks to Models: Applied Reservoir Characterization and Modeling

Matthew Pranter, Ph.D.
Descripción del instructor

Is the Lew and Myra Ward Endowed Chair in Reservoir Characterization and Professor of Geology and Geophysics in the ConocoPhillips School of Geology and Geophysics at the University of Oklahoma. He has over 24 years of experience in reservoir characterization and modeling, and sedimentary and petroleum geology. He earned his B.S. degree in geology from the Oklahoma State University, B.S. degree (honors) in geological engineering from Colorado School of Mines, M.S. degree in geology from Baylor University, and Ph.D. in geology from the Colorado School of Mines. Prior to joining OU, he worked at Conoco and ExxonMobil Upstream Research Company and was a professor for 12 years in the Department of Geological Sciences at the University of Colorado at Boulder. Dr. Pranter conducts research in reservoir characterization and modeling and investigates the controls that stratigraphy and sedimentology play in regard to reservoir architecture, lithological- and petrophysical-property heterogeneity, and reservoir performance. He is a member of AAPG, SEPM, SEG, GSA, EAGE, OCGS, and RMAG. He has been a session co-chair, short-course instructor, and field-trip leader at AAPG/SEPM Annual Conventions. He serves as Associate Editor of the AAPG Bulletin and has previously served on the AAPG Reservoir Development, Future of Earth Scientists, Distinguished Lecturer, and Grants-in-Aid committees.

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ABOUT COURSE

 

This course provides an introduction to the concepts and methods of petroleum reservoir characterization and modeling using geological, geophysical, and engineering data.  Topics addressed include sedimentary and reservoir rock properties, spatial variability and flow units, well logs and pay determination, source rocks and unconventional shales, basic concepts of sequence stratigraphy, siliciclastic and carbonate deposits and reservoirs, and reservoir modeling concepts and methods. Exercises and case studies using data from well logs, cores, seismic, and outcrops will be presented to strengthen participant understanding of concepts and methods.

 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

This course is designed for geologists, geophysicists, and engineers with a limited background in reservoir characterization and modeling and who desire an introductory to intermediate presentation of these concepts and methods.  Experienced geoscientists and engineers who wish to refresh their knowledge of reservoir characterization and modeling will also find the course useful.

 

 

COURSE CONTENT

 

  • INTRODUCTION TO RESERVOIR CHARACTERIZATION

 

  • SEDIMENTARY AND RESERVOIR ROCK PROPERTIES

 

  • WELL LOGS AND RESERVOIR-PAY DETERMINATION

 

  • SOURCE ROCKS AND UNCONVENTIONAL SHALES

 

  • BASIC SEQUENCE-STRATIGRAPHIC CONCEPTS

 

  • SILICICLASTIC AND CARBONATE DEPOSITS AND RESERVOIRS

 

  • RESERVOIR MODELING CONCEPTS AND METHODS 

  - Stratigraphic / structural framework; Upscaling well data

  - Spatial analysis and variography

  - Deterministic and stochastic modeling methods

  - Inputs and geological constraints for stochastic simulation

  - Modeling rock types / “facies” and petrophysical properties

  - Case studies 


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