This one-day course is designed for geologists, geophysicists and engineers who desire a greater understanding of the value that geomechanics can bring to unconventional resource plays. It aims to explore the underlying links between geomechanics, geophysics and reservoir behavior and demonstrate how they can be used to enhance our understanding and predict that behavior pre-drill. This course will enable attendees to make more informed decisions when considering utilization of geomechanics and how to communicate the value that it can bring to their asset. The relevance of geomechanics for the plays of Western Canada (for Calgary course edition) / Greater Permian (for Midland course edition) will also be addressed.
The objective for this course is to address the following questions:
How does geomechanics link to geophysics and reservoir behavior?
Predicting reservoir behavior away from well control
Applying geomechanical models to unconventional problems
Geomechanical Application to your plays
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