Explains essential operations that are common to most HRS applications and being used as an intorducton to the software suite.
The course describes importance and benefits of the seismic data conditioning for pre-stack data. After the course attendees will understand the theory behind data condition techniques, what workflow to apply dependent on the data and how to QC results.
A comprehensive look at the theory and application of the AVO method. At the end of the course, participants will be able to identify potential AVO applications in their own exploration areas and undertake AVO projects.
A detailed overview of deterministic seismic inversion methods. At the conclusion of the course, participants will be able to evaluate inversion methods and to undertake inversion projects.
Presents an introduction to the practical use of RockSI, an interactive rock physics program from HampsonRussell, as well as an overview of rock physics theory. Teaches the user how to apply RockSI using a real North Sea oil sand example
Discusses on how to analyze combinations of inversion results (typical pre-stack inversion results) to describe classes or lithologies. The outputs are litho-probability cubes, transforming inversion results into geological properties. Teaches how to design complex multi-variate probability distribution functions to ensure proper classification of lithologies and accurate definition of litho-probabilities
Duration: 5 days
Software used: HamsonRussell
Course Format: Instructor-led, workflow-based, virtual training
Who should attend: Geophysicists, geologists, engineers and technical staff who would like to understand the theory behind essential Seismic Reservoir Characterization Workflow
$3,500.00 USD per attendee
*virtual classroom capacity is a minimum of 5 and a maximum of 10 attendees for this course, group discount may apply