28th June 2017

Badley Ashton delivers Deepwater Reservoir Characterisation Course to Noble Energy

Our Houston team delivered a comprehensive Deepwater Course to a group of Noble Energy Geologists and Engineers. A hierarchical approach to reservoir description and characterisation was central to the design of this bespoke course, which built from first principles and directly related sedimentary processes and depositional architecture to reservoir quality, heterogeneity and connectivity. Its aim was to demonstrate how data and interpretations can cascade through hierarchies, and to highlight the choices a reservoir geoscientist or engineer faces in order to integrate effectively. These overarching themes were explored in a range of modules that included Deepwater Depositional Processes, Deepwater Clastic 'Fan' Systems, Borehole Imaging and its applications, and Reservoir Quality Analysis. The course was delivered over 3 days and included working with client-specific data for a representative experience.

Feedback from the course:

"As an engineer, it was good to see more of how everything connects, and the importance of data early in the development to see decisions driven by it" - Noble Reservoir Engineer

"Very well organised, knowledgeable and helpful" - Noble Reservoir Geologist

"Course content was detailed and relevant to overall interpretation and modelling processes" - Noble Reservoir Engineer

Badley Ashton has a long history of providing training to the oil and gas industry and regularly undertake training for our clients either as a discrete course to cover a specific requirement or as supplementary training alongside our consultancy work. Other recent beneficiaries from Badley Ashton courses include Hess, Maersk, Petroleum Development Oman, ADCO and KOC. For further information on this and other courses offered by Badley Ashton see our Training pages, e-mail training@badley-ashton.co.uk or call +44 (0) 1507 588353.

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