Kurt Marfurt’s new course, 3D Seismic Attributes for Unconventional Reservoirs (Feb 10-11, 2014), 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.
Seismic attributes are routinely used to map seismic geomorphology and reservoir quality. With the more recent focus on unconventional resource plays, seismic attributes are also being used to evaluate completion quality.
Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:
—Identify and describe kinds of seismic features identified by 3D seismic attributes;
—Explain the sensitivity of seismic attributes to seismic acquisition and processing;
—Work with seismic attributes, geology, and petrophysics;
—Explain how “independent” seismic attributes are coupled through geology.
For more information, visit 3D Seismic Attributes for Unconventional Reservoirs, and download the registration form.
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