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April 1, 2020
Effective seismic reservoir characterization, a rock physics approach

This webinar from Ikon Science focuses on the practical use of powerful seismic reservoir characterization techniques to enhance our understanding of both subsurface architecture and petrophysical properties, within pragmatic time-frames.

March 31, 2020
Linking Preferred Orientation of Shale Minerals to their Elasticity

The elastic velocity and anisotropy of shales are significantly affected by the orientation distribution of clay minerals including mica. A lot of research has been done on elastic properties of clay and clay aggregates with varying degree of the platelet preferred orientation.

March 31, 2020
Seismic Data Conditioning is an Essential Step for Facies Prediction

Advanced seismic techniques such as EEI inversion, simultaneous inversion and so called facies based inversion are now routinely adopted for quantitative reservoir characterization of rock properties.

March 31, 2020
Rock Physics as a Constraint on Seismic Inversion: A Carbonate Case Study

Seismic reservoir characterisation of the Miocene carbonates of SE Asia

March 31, 2020
Using Traditional Methods to Predict Pore Pressure in Devonian Black Shale Basins of North East British Columbia

In unconventional resource plays, pore pressure plays a critical role in the ability to predict fracture behaviour, and hence in the exploitation of these plays.

March 4, 2020
Exploiting Unconventional Resources

Reduce risk and enhance production through integrated subsurface understanding.

March 4, 2020
Meeting the Decommissioning Challenge

Addressing the cost and safety issues of abandoning wells.

March 4, 2020
Extending Field Life

Creating new opportunities in mature global basins.

March 3, 2020
Conventional Oil and Gas Exploration

Improving cost control and efficiencies to meet today’s exploration challenges.

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