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Integrated Reservoir Modeling: Advance Petrophysical Evaluation and Static to Dynamic Uncertainty on LRLC (Low Resistivity Low Contrast) Reservoirs

This course provides a complete and comprehensive concept of Low Resistivity & Low Contrast Reservoirs from technical aspects by integrating the petrophysical perspective and static to dynamic modeling perspective. Our experts will deliver an online training about the subjects and continue with a practical workshop step by step and feedback among others. By the end of this training, participants are expected to understand the Low Resistivity & Low Contrast Reservoirs and be able to implement the subjects on their daily jobs.

Schedule

Day 1

1. Petrophysical Evaluation on LRLC
- Low resistivity reservoir introduction (Including screening method).
- Resistivity & saturation based RCAL, SCAL, Conventional & Advance well Log data.
- Corrected SW estimation based RCAL, SCAL, Conventional & Advance well Log data.
- Rock typing from LRLC reservoir based RCAL, SCAL, Conventional & Advance well Log data.
- Case study with Geolog So􀆜ware, dealing with core or un-core reservoir.

Day 2

Virtual field trip.

Day 3

Overview, Introduction for Geomodelling, and Geostatistics:
- Introduction to geomodeling (geological, geophysical, petrophysical and RE data integration)
- Seismic interpretation for structural and stratigraphy modeling
- Review on descriptive and inferential statistics, data analysis and data transformation.
- Geostatistics, stationarity and concept of spatial heterogeneity; variogram calculation, setting and
modeling; anisotropy, directional analysis and cross variogram.
Workshop: Structural Modeling, Data Loading, QC and Fault Modeling:
- Structural data loading (horizons and fault sticks/picks).
- Structural data QC, cleaning and filtering.
- Building integrated structural modeling (fault model and horizon model).
- 3D grid construction and optimization (grid size and orientation) to yield stable structural model.

Day 4

Workshop: Variogram (Setting/Modeling), Facies/Rock Types Modeling in low resistivity & low contrast reservoir
(LRLC) :
- Lithofacies interpretation, grid scale resolution and vertical facies associations/regrouping.
- Core – log calibration to generate genetic facies group on wells; facies interpretation on un-cored wells.
- Object-based and SIS techniques in genetic facies modeling.
- Data analysis and volume fraction; honoring volume fraction analysis in facies modeling.
- Modeling genetic facies, conceptual and seismically guided techniques.
Workshop: Facies/Rock Types Modeling (RFN, RQI/FZI) from Low Resistivity & Low Contrast Reservoir:
- Petrophysical-based rock typing (porosity based, porosity-Sw based and porosity-permeability based).
- RFN calculation and rock typing classification based on core and log data (if applicable).
- RQI/FZI calculation and rock typing classification based on core and log data in Low Resistivity & Low
Contrast Reservoir (if applicable).
- Modeling rock-types with SIS technique bias to facies model, with and without seismic attributes,
application of cross variogram from seismic attribute and log data.
- Combine rock types model with diagenetic overprint in carbonate (if any).
- Selecting appropriate rock-type models.

Day 5

Workshop: Property Modeling of Vshale, PHI and NTG:
- Log data import and QC.
- Vshale modeling; log upscaling with/without rock type bias, data analysis and transformation, variogram
setting and modeling and SGS modeling technique with seismic attributes, application of cross
variogram from seismic attribute and log data
- Porosity modeling; log upscaling bias to rock type, data analysis and transformation, variogram setting
and modeling in each rock type; and SGS modeling technique with and without seismic attributes,
application of cross variogram from seismic attribute and log data.
- Dilemma of NTG concept, determination and cut-off; do we need to model NTG?
Workshop: Property Modeling of Perm and Sw:
- Log data import and QC.
- Porosity - permeability cross plotting (direct cross plotting from porosity or from porosity-Vshale) and
permeability model transformation.
- Calculating permeability multiplier based on well test KH and calibrating permeability model.
- Sw calculation based on Pc (Leverett-J Function) in Low Resistivity & Low Contrast Reservoir,
determination of FWL and contact based on MDT/RFT.
- Sw calculation in 3D grid model.

Day 6

- Volumetric calculation.
- SKK Migas method on volume calculation (P1, P2 and P3 based on well tests) and risked volume
category.
- Uncertainty setting; SEED number, fluid contact, petrophysical range, etc.
- Uncertainty Analysis: Hydrocarbon Resource Classification, Uncertainty Analysis: Setting Parameter and
Distribution
- Uncertainty Analysis: Parameter Sampling and Uncertainty Simulation, Uncertainty Analysis: Sensitivity
by Process and by Parameters
- Uncertainty Analysis: Ranking/Selecting Probability Models from Distribution, Workshop of Uncertainty
and Sensitivity Analysis.
- Monte Carlo uncertainty and sensitivity analysis running.
- Presenting uncertainty and sensitivity of the model.
- Fine grid to coarse grid.
- Dynamic modeling preparation: PVT analysis, SCAL and Production data.
- Initialization and Uncertainty analysis in Reservoir Simulation
- Manual and Computer Assisted History matching, and its challenges.

Geologist, Geophysicist, Reservoir Engineer and Petroleum Engineer

Instructor 1

A Professor Assistant and Lecturer at Geological Engineering, Univeritas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia. He has more than 18 years experience in research of reservoir petrophysic & characterization. Also having many experiences in giving training and courses. Some his scientific papers have been published in national and international publications.

Instructor 2

Having more than 22 years experience in oil and gas industry as specialist in Geomodeling/Development Geology. His area of expertise are sedimentology, sequence stratigraphy, geomodelling and geostatistics (deterministic to stochastic modeling from structural, facies, property, upscaling, volumetric and uncertainty through well planning), fracture modelling, reservoir characterization and risk analysis in both siliciclastic and carbonate reservoirs.

This training course is a 6 days program that has different subjects in each day. It will be held several times in Indonesia. It will be held in a 4/5 star hotel with a minimum of 5 participants and maximum 15 participants. The accommodation during the course includes: training kit, training material, certificate, free coffee break and lunch per day during the course and once dinner. Click the Register button based on your preference date to join this training!

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Yogyakarta
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3000 USD/Person

Bandung
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3100 USD/Person