Exploration Data Contouring, Mapping and Interpretation, Houston, November 21-22, 2013
Venue: Houston - Westchase
|Event Date/Time: Nov 21, 2013 / 8:30 am - (CST)||End Date/Time: Nov 22, 2013 / 4:30 pm - (CST)|
This two-day course, designed for explorationists, will assist participants in developing map data contouring skills required to produce reliable and high quality maps in support of exploration and production activities in the Petroleum Industry. The session will emphasize the explorationist's role as a searcher for deeply hidden hydrocarbons, the necessary positive approach to the interpretation and mapping of subsurface geological features, and the importance of constructing maps that effectively demonstrate and accurately illustrate exploration possibilities and drilling opportunities. Reliable methods for detecting, developing and displaying the not-yet-apparent subsurface features in areas where only fragmental well and seismic control is available are discussed and illustrated with case history examples. The session includes a review of computer-generated maps and their application.
A complete set of course materials and lunches are included.
- Exploration and Production Objectives
- Contouring Techniques
- Mapping Subsurface Features
- Contouring and Geological Models
- Calculating Reservoir Volumes from Maps
- Trend Surface and Residuals Mapping
- Prosect Mapping from Seismic Data
- Computer Generated maps
- Quantitative Facies Maps
Date: Nov 21 - 22, 2013
Length: 2 days (8:30 AM - 4:30 PM)
Location: Houston, TX
Delivery Method: Classroom Training
CEU: 1.6 Continuing Education Units
PDH: 16 Professional Development Hours
Certificate: Certificate Issued Upon Completion
Fee: $ 1,995.00 USD
Eric Dahlberg is an internationally recognized geologist, author, and award winning presenter, having presented over 300 seminars, worldwide, on contouring techniques, applied hydrodynamics, and computer-supported exploration during the past two decades. Dr. Dahlberg earned degrees in Geology, Sedimentary Petrology and Geochemical Exploration from Williams College and The Pennsylvania State University in 1961, 1964, and 1967. He has been active as a visiting professor at several North American Universities, and is the author of "Applied Hydrodynamics in Petroleum Exploration", now in it's second edition.