Rock physics, geopressure, geomechanics training | USA & South America | Ikon Science

Training - US and South America Region

Houston Training Center
We run our training courses at our training facility in our Houston office - 12140 Wickchester Lane, Suite 400, Houston, Texas 77079. The center opens at 8:00am with courses running from 8:30am to 5pm. All training materials, breakfast, lunch and refreshments will be provided. 

Breakfast is served from 8:00am

Lunch is 12-1pm.

South America Training
The location and venues of these course vary, please check specific course entry or contact us for more information.
Course times are 9am-5pm.   All training materials, breakfast, and refreshments will be provided, but please note, lunch is not included.  The lunch break is 12:30-1:30pm.

Special requirements and H&S
For H&S reasons at all locations you will be required to sign in at reception upon arrival/departure. Please advise us if you require wheelchair access, or if you have any dietary requirements.

Upcoming Courses


Seismic Petrophysics and Geomechanics of Unconventional Shales - 2 Day Course

Event Locations
Denver Area - TBC
Cost per place: $2,900.00 Excl. TAX

This two day training class is based on the unconventional chapters from Lev Vernik’s recently published, virtually sold-out book “Seismic Petrophysics in Quantitative Interpretation”. The course is exclusively available with Ikon Science.


Geomechanics for Unconventional Resource Plays - 1 Day Course

Event Locations
Cost per place: $500.00 Excl. TAX

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.