The era of easy oil is over and E&P in a complex structural environment and/or a frontier area faces data errors and therefore uncertainty in the decision process. This 5-day course is specially designed to give the essence of the tectonics and the structural geology needed for E&P workin such environments. At the end of this course, you will be able to apply in your daily work what you have learned in order to achieve greater technical and commercial success for your company.
This course aims to deliver the best practices of the Structural Geology in Oil and Gas industry. The real cases studied have been selected for their high technical and commercial added value. In addition, it addresses the following questions:
What is the role of the structural geology in E&P?
Why is it important in oil & gas business?
Where does the discipline fall in the oil and gas process flow?
Who are the structural geology stakeholders?
This service-oriented approach is illustrated by the best representative studies of real cases from multiple structural styles and tectonic environments. This interactive formula of knowledge transfer and practice keeps the attendee focused on the objectives. Sorted-out candidate projects led to 100’s M$ of potential value creation.
No specific requirement for this course which can take place in any meeting room with validated HSE characteristics, in your company premises or elsewhere.
This initial 5-days course can be adapted according to a specific request.
This is illustrated by 4 sets including, quiz (1) structural-based interpretations using seismic lines, offshore (2) and a geological map, onshore (1).
This is illustrated by 3 animations and by 3 sets including, divergent regime (1), convergent regime (1) and transform regime (1).
This is illustrated by 2 sets comprising the fault-layer relations (1) and the structural interpretation of interference folds (1).
This is illustrated by 6 sets including the fault-related folds (3), the tri-shear method (1), the rigid body method (1) and the inclined shear method (1).
This is illustrated by 2 sets including a seismic interpretation in tectonic inversion regime (1), and a structural analysis of a basin in the Peninsula Malaysia (1).
This course is designed for young as well as more experienced geological and geophysical professionals who wish to acquire an integrated approach to the various interactive stages of structural geology in the petroleum system assessment process. An initial experience of seismic interpretation, albeit limited, would be necessary.