Geoscience for Non-Geoscientists
This course is an introduction to petroleum geoscience, with a specific focus on how it integrates with petroleum engineering and the techniques of evaluating oil and gas properties.
- Category: Technical
- Length: 3 days
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This 3-day course is an introduction to petroleum geoscience, with a specific focus on how it integrates with petroleum engineering and the techniques of evaluating oil and gas properties. There are a number of in-class exercises to learn through application and this course includes a field trip to the world-class Canadian Rocky Mountains to explore real reservoir rocks, view folding and faulting first-hand, hunt for fossils, and observe other geological phenomena. By the end of this course, participants will be able to understand industry geoscience terminology and practices, know how to read a well log, understand the benefits and limitations of seismic data, learn how geomodels are made, and understand how geoscience is integrated into the evaluation of oil and gas properties.
This course is for engineers, land professionals, business development, financial analysts, accountants, technologists, and anyone who wants to understand the geoscientific processes underlying the characterization of oil and gas properties.
- Introduction to the earth as a whole system and the rock cycle
- Stratigraphic geology
- Structural geology
- Petroleum systems
- Reservoir characterization
Hayley Silberg P.Geo., E.I.T.
Geoscientist and Manager, Sproule Training
Available Course Dates
|Start Date||End Date||Lead Instructor||Location||Price ($ CDN)||Registration|
|April 16, 2019||April 18, 2019||Calgary, AB||2,295||Register Now >|
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