The principal objective of this course is to teach participants how pressure can be predicted in complex geological settings as well as being used for seal breach analysis and the understanding of hydrodynamic plays.
The course employs a mix of lectures and practical exercises to help you gain a greater understanding into the complexities of pressure prediction and the effects of pressure on the hydrocarbon system.
Due to the advanced nature of this course we recommend that participants have attended "Pressures and Overpressure in the Subsurface", a similar pressure-related course or have a good working knowledge of oilfield practices and pressure prediction.
Refinement of Existing Models
Elastic & Inelastic Unloading processes
Comparison of Existing Methods
Typical Problems in Pore Pressure Prediction & Their Solutions
Lateral Transfer & The Centroid
Seismic Pore Pressure Prediction
Fluid Retention Depth
Seal Breach & Trap Integrity
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