Presentation on theme: "About The Course This course is designed for geo-scientists who wish to expand their understanding of significant techniques and developments in 4D microgravity."— Presentation transcript:
About The Course This course is designed for geo-scientists who wish to expand their understanding of significant techniques and developments in 4D microgravity. This enhanced understanding is vital for field development process. Participants will learn about : Basic concept of gravity (2D/3D) and 4D microgravity anomalies in relation with the existence of geological structure and fluid flow in reservoir. 4D Microgravity data acquisition and processing with emphasis on the impact of interpretation and pitfall. Geological structure response in 4D microgravity anomaly. Interpretation techniques of 4D Microgravity data relating with reservoir behavior : change of density contrast, apparent saturation, geological structure (fault) and fluid – front ( movement). Overview on the use of 4D microgravity survey for water injection and production activities in single (carbonate) and multi (sandstone) layers reservoir. The course comprises of approximately 60% theory and 40% workshop, in-which 90% of the problem-set packages are Indonesia cases. In relation with exploration science and technology development, in which resolution of geophysical data measurement become increase, there is a paradigm shift in geophysical method from 2D or 3D survey to 4D survey in order to monitor reservoir hydrocarbon. In gravity method, the existence of very significant improvement in gravimeter technology in which repeatability reaches around 0.005 µGal, and processing as well, the 4D microgravity has became a promising method to identify the fluid movement in the reservoir along production and injection activities. And finally, this will support better understanding the nature of reservoir.
4D Microgravity Survey for HC Reservoir Monitoring, Case Example : Sandstone and Carbonate Reservoir. 2-5 March’09, Ramada Bintang Bali Hotel-Bali
About The Instructor Dr. Wawan Gunawan A. Kadir, M.Sc. Wawan G.A. Kadir received his BS and MSc degrees from Gajah Mada University in geophysics in 1985 and 1990, respectively. He obtained his doctoral degree in applied geophysics from Institute of Technology Bandung in 1996. He is currently an Associate Professor of Geophysical Engineering and Vice Dean for Academic and Student Affairs, Faculty of Mining and Petroleum Engineering – ITB. Since 2002, he gives several courses related with gravity and magnetic surveys for hydrocarbon reservoir. In the recent years, he carries out 4D microgravity survey for HC reservoir monitoring for several oil field in Indonesia. He is a member of HAGI ( Indonesian Association of Geophysicists), SEG ( Society of Exploration Geophysicists), AAPG and IAGI.
About The Instructor Dr. Ir. Eko Widianto, MT Eko Widianto received his BS degree in geology from Gadjah Mada University in 1982, his magister and doctoral degrees in applied geophysics were obtained from Institute of Technology Bandung in 2000 and 2008, respectively. He is working for PERTAMINA since 1982 and currently as senior geophysicist at Pertamina EP Technology Center. He is also a lecturer at Geology Department of Trisakti University and Geophysical Engineering Department of Bandung Institute of Technology. He is a member of HAGI ( Indonesian Association of Geophysicist), SEG ( Society of Exploration Geophysicist) and IAGI.
Course Outline Day 1 : What is gravity method Bouguer gravity anomaly (2D/3D gravity surveys) 4D microgravity and fluid movement in the reservoir Time-lapse microgravity anomaly Source of time-lapse microgravity anomaly Day 2 : Simulation of time-lapse microgravity anomaly Equipments and Data acquisition 1 Data acquisition 2 and time-lapse microgravity calculation Day 3 : Interpretation of time-lapse microgravity anomaly using Deconvolution technique. Interpretation of time-lapse microgravity anomaly using inversion technique Interpretation using forward modeling Interpretation using correlation technique Day 4 : Case example 1 Case example 2 Case example 3
Who should attend ? This course is recommended for geophysicists, geologists, and engineers who concerned with reservoir monitoring. Course Language The course will be delivered in Bahasa Indonesia.
REGISTRATION FORM Course Name : 4D Microgavity Survey for HC Reservoir Monitoring Case Example : Sand Stone and Carbonate layers Reservoir. Date : 2-5 March, 2009 (4-days course) Venue : Ramada Bintang Bali Hotel – Bali Instructor : - Dr. Wawan Gunawan A. Kadir, MSc - Dr. Ir. Eko Widianto, MT Price : USD 1,750 Personnel Detail: Attendee Name: Company: Phone/Facsimile: Email address: Mobile Phone No.: Contact Person: All course fees Includes: Hotel accommodation, course fee and materials, working lunches, and refreshments Payment Methods : □ Cash □ Transferaddressed to : Himpunan Ahli Geofisika Indonesia Bank BNI Cabang Menteng Jakarta Rp. Account no : 0010740147 USD Account no : 0010740158
Fill the Registration Form and please register as soon as possible by returning this form to: HAGI Secretariat at Gd. Kwarnas Lt. 15, Jl. Medan Merdeka Timur No. 6 Jakarta 10110 E-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org Contact Person: Ms. Melvinesecretariat@hagi.or.id
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