Geochemistry: Tools for Effective Exploration and Development

Geochemistry: Tools for Effective Exploration and Development

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About the course “Geochemistry: Tools for Effective Exploration and Development Training”

Undiscovered reserves in prolific, mature basins and bypassed petroleum in developed fields are key targets for increasing reserves at minimal cost. Geochemical tools can dramatically improve discovery and development success by identifying and characterizing these targets in both conventional and unconventional systems. Course participants learn to interpret geochemical logs, map organic facies variations, identify petroleum systems using multivariate data, and predict vertical and lateral variations in oil quality and gas-to-oil ratios. The course teaches how to integrate geochemical, geological and engineering data to identify reservoir compartments, allocate commingled production, identify completion problems, and monitor flood progression. The course also explains how to optimize development by predicting vertical and lateral variations in API gravity and viscosity. Attendees learn interpretive guidelines to evaluate geochemical data. Interpretation pitfalls are illustrated using exercises. Sample collection techniques are discussed. No background in geochemistry is needed.

Geochemistry: Tools for Effective Exploration and Development Designed For 

Exploration and development geologists, geophysicists, geochemists, petroleum engineers, managers, and technical personnel. No background in geochemistry is needed.

You will learn “Geochemistry: Tools for Effective Exploration and Development Training”

Participants will learn how to:

  • Characterize exploration risk in conventional and unconventional petroleum systems by assessing regional variations in organic facies, source maturity, source volumes, petroleum volumes generated, gas-to-oil ratios, and the risk of oil biodegradation.
  • Integrate geochemical, geological and engineering data to identify reservoir compartments, allocate commingled production, identify completion problems, and monitor flood progression to optimize field development.
  • Recognize pitfalls in geochemical interpretations.
  • Use geochemical tools, including Total Organic Carbon (TOC), Rock-Eval pyrolysis, vitrinite reflectance, geochemical logs, gas chromatography, stable isotope ratios, biological markers (biomarkers), mud gas isotope data, and mud gas compositions.
  • Determine if hydrocarbon “stray gases” found in a aquifer are, or are not, related to petroleum drilling activities in a given area.
  • Design geochemical studies and collect samples.

Course Content “Geochemistry: Tools for Effective Exploration and Development”

  • Assessing source rock quality, maturity, and petroleum-generating potential
  • Correlation: oil-to-oil, oil-to-source rock, gases-to-source rock
  • Applications of mud gas isotope data and mud gas compositions
  • Assessment of reservoir continuity, lateral and vertical changes in oil gravity and viscosity
  • Geochemical assessment of frac height
  • Geochemical allocation of commingled production
  • Worldwide exploration and production case studies
  • Determining the origin of hydrocarbon gases found in aquifers
  • Project planning using actual case studies

INSTRUKTOR

Dr. Sudjati Rachmat, DEA / Team

  • Rachmat is a lecturer in Bandung since 1979 until now. Mr. Sudjati is an alumnus of the ITB graduating in 1977, then continued his education at diplome d’Etude Approfondie Ecole Centrale de Lyon, UCB Lyon I, FRANCE. And in the years 1985 – 1987 he took courses Docteur en Mecanique de Fluide (Methode Numerique) Ecole Centrale de Lyon, UCB Lyon I, FRANCE.

Mr. Rachmat often becomes instructors in many petroleum-related training to companies throughout Indonesia, such as Pertamina, Chevron, Rhino LNG, Total, Vico, Mobil Oil Indonesia, Ministery of Mining and Energy, Unocal Indonesia, Lemigas, IATMI-IWPL Gas , PPTM Gas, PT Caltex Pacific Indonesia, Gulf, Arco, etc.. Training topics that he convey them is production surface and down hole equipment, Basic Reservoir Engineering, Sucker Rod Pumping Theory and Practice, Production Logging Engineering, Nodal Analysis and Production Optimization, Well Test, Operation and Interpretation, Well Design, Completion and Workover , Numerical and Statistical Methods for Petroleum Engineering Problems, Oil-Well Stimulation, Hydraulic fracturing, Statistics for Petroleum Engineering, Reservoir Simulation for Enhanced Oil Recovery, Applied Reservoir Engineering and Reservoir Simulation, Aspects of Horizontal Well Technology, Geology and Geophysics Modeling, Advanced Programming on Numerical Analysis and Industrial Information Systems, Management Information System, Well Stimulation of Oil and Gas Reservoir, Horizontal Well Technology, Transportation of Oil and Gas, Sand Control Technology, and others. Mr. Sudjati did a lot of research in the field of Oil and Gas and has published and took seminar.

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