Seismic Facies, Sequence Stratigraphy and Petrophysics of Carbonate by uuk44760

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									                                              International Short Course
                                                       July 3rd – 5th 2006
                                    Dipartimento di Scienze della Terra Università di Perugia


                              Seismic Facies, Sequence Stratigraphy
                             and Petrophysics of Carbonate Systems
                                                Prof. Dr. Gregor P. Eberli
                                  Comparative Sedimentology Laboratory University of Miami




            Maximum number of participants: 25
DAY 1       Registration and payment deadline: April 24th 2006

                     Carbonate depositional systems Diagenesis and petrophysics
          Correspondence and information
          Prof. SIMONETTA CIRILLI and Dr. ELENA MORETTINI
                                 sonic 075 5852603 carbonates Porosity, pore
                                        velocity in
Controls and distribution offax: +39Terra, Piazza Università, 1 I-06100 Perugia, Italy types and permeability of carbonates
          Dipartimento di Scienze della
          tel. +39 075 5852631
          e-mail: simocir@unipg.it
Saturation and Gassmann applicability in carbonates
                  elena_morettini@yahoo.it                                Seismic geometries and facies of carbonates
                                          web-site: http://www-b.unipg.it/denz/
                                               Exercises: Bahamas, Florida


DAY 2
                  Seismic Resolution and Modelling               The power of 3-D seismic data

                  Carbonate Sequence Stratigraphy, principles, strength, limitations

   High-resolution sequence stratigraphy, reservoir characterization and fracture prediction

                                             Exercises: Bahamas & Midland


DAY 3
                  Mixed Carbonate Clastic Systems                Permeability from seismic data?

      Seismic facies and geometries as exploration tool                  Seismic Attributes in carbonates

                                                  Exercise: Paradox Basin


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