Mon, Jan 29|
Pioneer Drive Baptist Church Conf Center
Abilene Bill Hailey Memorial Short Course
Seismic Geomorphology and Seismic Stratigraphy - Extracting Geologic Insights from 3D Seismic Data by Dr. Henry Posamentier
Time & Location
Jan 29, 2018, 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Pioneer Drive Baptist Church Conf Center, 701 S Pioneer Dr, Abilene, TX 79605, USA
Pioneer Drive Baptist Church Conference Center
Registration: 8:00 – 8:30 am
Morning Program: 8:30 – Noon
Lunch : Noon - 1:00 pm
Afternoon program: 1:00– 5:00 pm
The SWS provides the course and materials free of charge for AAPG Members or members of a SWS Geological Society, however, there is an all-day food/refreshment fee of $30 for members or $40 for non-members.
Late & walk-up registrations will be accepted, up to fire-code limitations, but Short Course material is on a first come-first served basis. Course notes and handouts will not be provided to no-shows.
The application of seismic geomorphology and seismic stratigraphy to exploration and field development is a natural consequence of the advent of high-quality and increasingly more affordable and widespread 3D seismic data currently available. Integrating analyses of plan view (geomorphologic) and section view (stratigraphic) images can significantly enhance predictions of the spatial and temporal distribution of subsurface lithology (reservoir, source, and seal), compartmentalization, and stratigraphic trapping capabilities, as well as enhanced understanding of process sedimentology and sequence stratigraphy.
This course is designed to enhance interpretation skill sets with regard to geologic interpretation of seismic data. The overall objective is to present methods for reducing risk with regard to prediction of lithology, reservoir compartmentalization, and stratigraphic trapping potential in exploration and production.
Specifically, the participant will be shown:
- workflows designed to facilitate extraction of stratigraphic insights from 3D seismic data
- techniques for 3D seismic geomorphologic/stratigraphic analyses
- numerous seismic examples of various depositional systems in various depositional settings
Participants in the course will be exposed to seismic geomorphologic/stratigraphic workflows, which involve 1) initial reconnaissance through 3D volumes with various slicing techniques using a variety of different seismic attribute volumes, and 2) subsequently focus on features of geologic interest and further investigate through a combination of detailed interrogation techniques.
AAPG SWS Member Abilene
Student w/ a GeoScience Major
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