(Sequence) Startigraphy and Sedimentation

Business context
a good understanding of how depositional processes control the distribution of clastic reservoir and non-reservoir rocks in the subsurface is of fundamental importance to sound EP decision making. This applies throughout a field's life-cycle, all the way from the exploration phase, through appraisal, field development and finally field abandonment.

Who should attend Petroleum geoscientists, petroleum engineers and members of integrated asset teams, who are responsible for defining and evaluating subsurface geological risks and uncertainties? The course targets EP professionals in the initial phase of their career.

Content of the program
Clastic depositional systems
- Fluviatile systems & reservoir characteristics of fluviatile deposits, alluvial fans, braided rivers, meandering rivers and distributary rivers.
- Deltaic systems & reservoir characteristics of deltaic deposits, river-dominated deltas, wave-dominated deltas, tide-dominated deltas.
- Non-deltaic coastal systems & reservoir characteristics of coastal deposits, beach / barrier- bars and shelf sands.
- Deepwater systems & reservoir characteristics of turbidite deposit, deepwater depositional processes, feeder channel deposits, fan deposits, basin-plain deposits and sea-floor topography as a control on deepwater sedimentation

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