John Armentrout’s classic course (10-12 Feb) is a part of the Winter Education Conference, to be held in Houston. Learn about deep-water depositional systems, facies analysis, chronostratigraphic framework, comparison of local to global depositional patterns, and application of an integrated approach to stratigraphic analyses using multiple data sets.
By the end of the course participants should be able to:
– Make a ‘quick-look’ evaluation of seismic profiles for probable exploration targets within passive margin, cratonic basin, forearc and growth-fault systems.
– Select the most appropriate ‘preliminary’ depositional model as an interpretation template for seismic analysis.
– Plan an interpretation strategy to optimize identification of deep-water sand systems including channel, channel-complex, lobe and sheet facies.
– Identify reservoir connectivity issues for channel-complexes and sheet-sands and outline a strategy for testing predicted connectivity.
– Identify the most critical issues of play-risk for each depositional element of deep-water sand systems.
For more information, visit Exploration for Deep-Water Sands Using Seismic Sequence Methodology , and download the registration form.
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