• Different structure styles for hydrocarbon entrapment and applications.
• Fault mapping parameters.
• Normal and reverse fault attributes.
• Different interpretations of the Missed section in well logs.
o Fault cut
o Thickness variation
• Basin inversion concept and criteria’s.
• Tectonic framework of Egypt.
• Types of Traps.
• Petroleum system elements.
• Prospect evaluations & ranking.
o Oil/gas in place
o Oil/gas reserve
o Risked reserve
Geoscientists (Geologists & Geophysicists) starting from fresh graduates up to seniors.
Structure styles for hydrocarbon entrapment are the key in field’s evaluations to all geoscientists. In this course before we learn these different structure styles, we will start by learning the fault definition, its parameters and attributes.
This course also permits determinations of the different structure styles on geological outcrops, seismic section and map views. In this course we will learn when we can decide that there is a fault point and unconformity in well logging.
Also we will know many criteria of basin inversion and how to determine them from seismic section. Finally, we will summarize the tectonic framework of Egypt (Gulf of Suez, Western Desert and Nile Delta).
Finally, we will evaluates the recommended closures in the light of the Petroleum system elements availability, as well as deciding the top-ranked prospect to drill.
The drilling fluid in the well is very similar to the blood in your body, you should test your blood and read your body messages for you and act accordingly to keep yourself healthy. Drilling fluid also send you messages about your well, you should understand your drilling fluid, know its functions, test its properties, and read your well messages to keep your well stable, safe, and efficiently perform your drilling process.
From primary raw general guidelines to detailed sophisticated modeling studies