4-5 March 2018
Seismic data is routinely used for mapping geologic structure and reservoir architecture. In the last few decades, however, geophysicists have elevated the role of seismic data to a higher level by relying more on elastic properties. Consequently, reservoir properties extracted from advanced seismic analysis are used by interpreters for prospect evaluation and reservoir characterization.
The main challenge in reservoir characterization, both conventional and unconventional, is to properly integrate seismic data into a robust geo-cellular model that captures the intra-well spatial distribution of the reservoir properties. The key to overcoming this complexity has always been an effective integration of diverse data and technologies.
SEG Middle East
Registration fee includes: coffee breaks (during meeting), lunches (Sun and Monday), and Icebreaker (Sun).
Early Bird Registration Fee (by 3 February 2018)
US $990 (non-members) | US $890 (members)
Full Registration Fee (from 4 February 2018)
US $1,090 (non-members) | US $990 (members)
Student Registration Fee (maximum of five students on a first come first serve basis)
US $340 (non-members) / US $320 (members)
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday, 4 Mar
Registration, morning and afternoon sessions; Icebreaker
Monday, 5 Mar
Morning and afternoon sessions
Who Should Attend?
Geophysicists, geologists, petrophysicists and petroleum engineers specializing in seismic imaging, interpretation, sedimentology, sequence stratigraphy, reservoir modeling and seismic reservoir characterization from industry and academia.
Rooms have been reserved for the following rates at InterContinental Regency in Manama, Bahrain:
- Single occupancy – BD 68.000 ++ with breakfast
- Double occupancy – BD 78.000 ++ with breakfast
Rates are quoted in Bahraini Dinar and subject to 10% service charge & 10% government levy, compounded at 21%
Book your accommodations
Reservations must be made on or before 30 January in order to avail the group rate.
Your Home Away from Home in the Heart of Manama
This iconic destination in Manama is 15-minutes away from Bahrain Airport. Wake up in a spacious room to views across Bahrain Financial Harbour. Buy spices at Manama Souq or shop at Bahrain City Centre, a 10-minute drive. Indulge in Spa InterContinental or soak up the sun by the outdoor pools. Savour the variety of six food and beverage outlets.
Visa Information/Invitation Letter
Participants in the workshop may generate an official invitation letter from SEG. This form will generate a letter which you can print and use if required. For visa requirements for entering Bahrain, contact the Bahrain embassy nearest you. Please note that SEG does not guarantee that you will be granted a visa, nor does it commit SEG to pay any expenses you may incur. It is the sole responsibility of the attendee to obtain the necessary paperwork for entry to Bahrain.
In the industry, seismic data, in a quantitative sense, is not optimally utilized in reservoir modeling and characterization. The Quantitative Seismic Reservoir Characterization Workshop will focus on a more pragmatic strategy by translating seismic inversion results, using an advanced probabilistic approach with the integration of geological information e.g. sedimentology, structural interpretation and sequence stratigraphy to produce 3D volumes exhibiting facies with associated fluid predictions. This provides a powerful 3D framework for swift asset decisions and integration with geo-modeling workflows.
Technical Topics to be covered
- Seismic Imaging
- Rock Physics Modeling and Seismic Facies
- Borehole Seismic
- Advanced Seismic Inversion
- Integrated Reservoir Modeling
- Unconventional Plays (Shales and Tight Sands)
Aus Tawil, Saudi Aramco
Daniele Colombo, Saudi Aramco
Philippe Nivlet, Saudi Aramco
Saad Awwad, Saudi Aramco
Tariq Alkhalifa, KAUST
Chairman - Aiman Bakhorji, Saudi Aramco
Co-Chairman - Mohamed Hafez Abdul Razak, Kuwait Oil Company
Abdul Wahab Alahmari, Saudi Geophysical
Abdulaziz Muhaidib, DGS
Beth Rees, CGG
Christian Nabulele Oviawe, ADNOC
Dario Grana, University of Wyoming
Mohammed Kaf, Saudi Aramco
Mohammed Saleh, Saudi Aramco
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