This advanced case-study led course is designed to teach participants a process for rapidly screening frontier basin opportunities with minimal data, with case studies from across the world, including many African, Atlantic and South-East Asian Basins. Three-day modules cover the essentials of basin classification and tectonostratigraphic analysis, the prediction of petroleum system elements (reservoir, source rocks and seals) and the presentation of a workflow with which the prospects of a basin can be rapidly assessed. The most recent world's frontier discoveries are reviewed in their basin context and key elements are recognised that will identify the frontier discoveries of the future. The lectures are interspersed with numerous case studies analysing the regional controls on the main global discoveries of the last decade, some of which will be run as group discussions and guided exercises. This will expand the participants' knowledge bank of key analogues that can be used to identify and risk new plays in their own regions of interest.
Who Should Attend
Geologists and geophysicists or exploration managers that are involved in the assessment of new exploration opportunities and new country entry, particularly if working on rifts and or passive margins. The course contents are on intermediate/advanced level and basic knowledge of petroleum geology and in particular of petroleum systems is required.Potential attendees include:
• Basin Management & Analyst
• Drilling Engineers
• Risk Management
• Reservoir Engineers
• Petroleum Engineers
• Research & Development
• Project Support & Services
• Exploration & Development Department
Key Learning Objectives
• Participants will learn how to rapidly differentiate prospective from non-prospective basins using a series of key tools and techniques, even in situations where they have limited data and knowledge.
• Participants will learn how to rapidly compile many key diagrams within a workflow that synthesises the key tectonic and other basin-wide controls on productivity.
• They will learn how to research and apply appropriate analogue basins to their individual areas of interest from around the world.
• They will acquire check-lists of the parameters which most frequently cause basins to succeed or fail, that they will be able to use in data rooms and in the assessment of licence or farming blocks
New service from OilVoice
is for companies who need to track their staff in areas of risk.
It's free to use, so we invite you to try it