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Applied Reservoir Geology

Petroleum Technology Transfer Council

Friday, September 20, 2013 from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM (CDT)

Tulsa, OK

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Registration fee includes refreshments, lunch, workshop notebook & PDH certificate (8 credit hours).

 

Course Description

This is a course covering what someone who is involved with managing and producing oil and gas fields should know about geology. The environment of deposition impacts the size and shape of a reservoir, where the better quality reservoir rock is located, the origin and complexity of barriers to flow, what influences the variations to porosity, permeability, and irreducible water saturation, and the pore system that affects recovery factor. In a coastal marine environment, principles of sequence stratigraphy that control sand deposition at the shoreline, on the shelf, or in deep water will be described.  In carbonate depositional system, the locations of better quality reservoir rock will be described in relation to a reef environment. Computer animations of sequence stratigraphy will be available to each participant.

 

Course Outline and Topics Covered

  • Introduction - Oil reservoir case study - Recovery
  • Earth Process and Geological Structures
  • Clastic Depositional Systems
  • Carbonate Depositional Systems
  • Geologic Mapping with Frisco City Field example
  • Pore Systems and Diagenesis
  • Capillary Pressure
  • Fractured Reservoirs
  • Shale Gas and Fracturing
  • Case  study of field on water flood in deepwater depositional setting

 

Who Should Attend
Engineers with who want to understand how geology might influence their decisions about reservoir management. Managers and geologists who want a review of the key topics listed above.

 

Instructor
Ken Wolgemuth, Ph.D., is a petroleum geologist with over 25 years of experience in the energy industry, and an Adjunct Professor and Research Associate in the Department of Geosciences at The University of Tulsa. His experience includes 10 years with Hess Corporation, and 7 years with the American Association of Petroleum Geologists. Ken teaches short courses around the world for Schlumberger/NExT, the University of Tulsa, and for various oil companies.

 

Location
OSU-Tulsa Campus, Convention Center
700 N. Greenwood Ave. John Hope Franklin Blvd.
Tulsa, OK 74106
Room 250 (2nd Floor)

 

Directions to OSU-Tulsa (see campus map below)
SH-64/51 (Broken Arrow Expressway)
From the BA, exit at 75 North (Bartlesville). Move to the far left lane. Take the I-244 West exit. Then take the next exit, Cincinnati/Detroit Avenue. Turn right on Detroit Avenue. Move into the right lane. Watch for the campus on the right. Turn right on John Hope Franklin Boulevard.

I-244 (Crosstown or Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Expressway)
Follow I-244 West to downtown Tulsa. When the highway splits, stay in the lane marked I-244 West (OKC). Take the next exit, Cincinnati/Detroit Avenue. Turn right on Detroit Avenue. Move into the right lane. Watch for the campus on the right. Turn right on John Hope Franklin Boulevard.

US-75 (from the north)
Follow US-75 South to I-244 West (OKC). Take the next exit, Cincinnati/Detroit Avenue. Turn right on Detroit Avenue. Move into the right lane. Watch for the campus on the right. Turn right on John Hope Franklin Boulevard.

OSU-Tulsa Campus Map

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When & Where


OSU-Tulsa Campus, Convention Center
700 N. Greenwood Ave.
John Hope Franklin Blvd.
Tulsa, OK 74106

Friday, September 20, 2013 from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM (CDT)


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Organizer

Petroleum Technology Transfer Council

 www.pttc.org

For more information contact:

Viola Schatzinger
918.532.5495
vschatzinger@pttc.org

 

 

 

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