RokDoc GeoPressure – Application of Pressure Prediction, with Introductory Theory

The RokDoc GeoPressure e-course covers practical applications of the Pressure Prediction base module and the Seismic Pressure Calculator add-on. While this is not intended to be an in-depth training on pressures and overpressures in the subsurface, some introductory theory is given to familiarize students with basic concepts and terminology.

This e-course starts with data loading, pressure-depth plots, fluid gradient analysis and integration with geology. It progresses to 1D shale pressure prediction, encompassing overburden stress, normal compaction trends, pore pressure and fracture gradient. The final part covers seismic velocity-based pressure prediction, including velocity QC and calibration, pressure volume calculation, mapping, and extractions at planned wells.

The e-course is intended for beginner and intermediate RokDoc users. Geologists, Geophysicists, Petrophysicists and Geomechanics Engineers will benefit from the workflows discussed in this e-course.

To complete this e-course, students will require access to the following RokDoc software: Platform, Pressure Prediction Module and Seismic Pressure Calculator Add-On.

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