RokDoc PressureView

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1 Day Course: This course provides an introduction to RokDoc PressureView, to allow the user to view a variety of pressure data and log types in a single integrated package. No previous experience of using RokDoc is required.

You will also learn about the fundamentals of subsurface pressure data and examples of how such data may be viewed in RokDoc PressureView. Pressure and overpressure in the subsurface will be discussed, to familiarise people with basic concepts and terminology, but will not be in-depth training. The course is a user’s guide to RokDoc PressureView, with hands on training using real data sets from the North Sea and Gulf of Mexico.

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Course outline includes
  • Opening a project in RokDoc and using a Reference
  • Project File to export pre-existing data
  • Creation of well lists
  • Viewing pressure data
  • Creation of Single and Multi-well plots
  • Data interrogation, identification of fluid gradients and contacts
  • Use on-screen annotation, other functions and exporting plots
  • Loading markers, creating working intervals and importing logs
  • Navigating around the RokDoc PressureView window
  • Viewing different plot types
  • Introduction to data loading, creating and editing wells and building your own project
  • PVD converter
  • Creating Reference Projects and setting an administrator
The theory behind pore pressure prediction in shales will also be discussed
  • Normal Compaction Trend
  • Disequilibrium Compaction
  • The overburden (Lithostatic gradient)
  • Pore pressure prediction
  • Eaton's Ratio Method
  • Equivalent Depth Method
  • Bowers Velocity/Effective Method
  • Fracture Pressure calculations
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