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Webinar on demand: Seismic, Well Logs and Core in Reservoir Correlation

This webinar discusses the nature of geological data in subsurface evaluation, resolution and dimensionality.

Petroleum Geology
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USD 90.00
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Session Code : PEWEB026B
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About this course

Why should we think in terms of depositional systems tracts when we must construct a well correlation? This Webinar will demonstrate a pragmatic use of log, core and seismic analysis in terms of establishing a reservoir correlation, based on a variety of examples and real case histories. The case histories will focus on- and demonstrate what we can learn from analysing log, core and seismic datasets and arrive at an argued well correlation of our objective reservoir sequence. 

What Will You Learn

    • Understand how to use depositional systems tracts analysis in well correlation.
    • Usage of tools and data other than well logs, to support a well correlation.
    • Awareness of pit falls in well correlation.
    • An appreciation of the value of fit for purpose examples and case histories

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