Integrating Core, Well-Log, and Outcrop Data Into Predictive High-Resolution Sequence Stratigraphic Models

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Integrating Core, Well-Log, and Outcrop Data Into Predictive High-Resolution Sequence Stratigraphic Models

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١٥ يناير ٢٠٢٠ ٨:٠٠ ص – ٤:٠٠ م
Stratoil Energy Services, 55 Street 18, Maadi as Sarayat Al Gharbeyah, Maadi, Cairo Governorate, Egypt

About the Event

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Sequence stratigraphy, based on sedimentary response to changes in relative sea level gives the explorationist and the development geoscientist a powerful new predictive tool for regional basin analysis, shelf to basin correlation, and reservoir heterogeneity. Perhaps most importantly, sequence stratigraphy gives the geoscientist a superior framework for the integration of geologic, geophysical, and engineering data and expertise. The particular strength of this seminar is the application of these basic principles to actual subsurface data sets gathered into a series of well-founded exercises. 

Content 

· Seismic geometries

· Unconformities

· Relative sea level

· Eustasy

· Parasequences and their stacking patterns

· Parasequences as a correlation tool

· Relationship of stratigraphic patterns to changes in subsidence rates as driven by regional and earth scale tectonic processes

· Cycle hierarchy

· World-wide cycle chart and its application

· The sequence stratigraphic model

· LST sequence boundaries, incised valleys, slope fans, basin floor fans, and prograding complexes

· TST incised valley fill, source rock and reservoir seal

· HST alluvial, deltaic, shoreline complexes and shelf sands

· Sequence stratigraphy in a mixed clastic/carbonate province

· Exploration and production scaled case histories and strategies.

Instructor: Prof. Ahmed El-Barkooky

Emeritus Professor of Applied Sedimentary Geology at Cairo University, Geology Department

Duration : One Day

Venue : Stratoil Office 

Fee : 195 $

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