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Badley Ashton are pleased to announce that we will be running our Carbonate Reservoir Characterization one-day short course at the EAGE Annual 81st Conference and Exhibition at the ExCel in London. The Conference runs from the 3rd to the 6th of June and the course will run on Friday the 7th.
The course focuses on the analysis of carbonate depositional textures and the subsequent diagenetic modifications as the main controls on the pore system evolution, heterogeneity and complexity. It will demonstrate the value of understanding pore system evolution as a part of large-scale volumetric assessments and the development of carbonate reservoirs.
Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:
- Identify the different pore types, their interconnectivity and hence the impact on permeability.
- Determine how specific sedimentological parameters and diagenetic process impact reservoir quality.
- Understand sample heterogeneity and its impact on reservoir quality data.
- Upscale reservoir quality data to aid prediction at the field scale.
The course is designed for petroleum geologists, geoscientists, petrophysicists and engineers involved in exploration and production of carbonate plays, and you can find full details of the course here. There are still places available, although these are limited. To register and to find out more information about the conference, please click on the link below.