26 August, 2019
27 August, 2019
Buenos Aires, Argentina, YPF
ICE 2019 SC 02 | Natural Fractures Core Workshop
Monday, 26 August – Tuesday, 27 August 2019, 8:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m. | Buenos Aires, Argentina
Who Should Attend
This course is focused to Geologists, Geophysicists and Engineers which are about to or involved in projects where Natural Fractures would have a remarkable impact, both in Unconventional, Conventional or Tight Reservoirs.
- Deliver the state-of-the-art techniques and methodologies in Natural Fractures Characterization and Modeling.
- Review Stress and Strain concepts and their application to E&P Projects.
- Analyze the Workflow for evaluating Naturally Fractured Reservoirs, including cores, outcrops, logs and theoretical information.
Theory at YPF Tower, Puerto Madero, City of Buenos Aires.
Practice at YPF Tecnología (Y-TEC) Berisso, Buenos Aires Province.
Transportation departs from and return to Hilton Hotel, Puerto Madero)
- Natural Fractures generation mechanisms and classifications.
- Key attributes to be characterized in Natural Fractures. Spacing, Abundance, Orientation, Geometry, Cements, Timing, etc.
- Geomechanical basis. Deformation models, Mechanical properties.
- Mechanical stratigraphy. & Geomechanical modeling.
- Sources of information of Natural Fractures: Imagelogs and standard logs, Cores, Outcrops and Analytical technics (SEM, Fluid inclusions, etc.)
- 3D Natural Fractures Modeling workflow. DFN.
- Core Workshop
- Learn about practical core fracture description and sampling.
- Fracture types, orientation, aperture, cements. Measurement practice.
- Natural fractures vs Drilling induced fractures.
AAPG/AAGGP Member Registration: US $720
Nonmember Registration: US $790
Student Registration: US $100
Student Registration: between 2 and 3 as a maximum depending on the demand.
Maximum number of participants: 20
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