Code Date Venue Early Bird Fee Fee
PE1254 16 - 18 Oct 2019 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia SGD 4,209 SGD 4,409
PE1254 16 - 18 Oct 2019 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia RM 12,627 RM 13,227

Code

PE1254

Date

16 - 18 Oct 2019

Venue

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Early Bird Fee

SGD 4,209

Fee

SGD 4,409

Code

PE1254

Date

16 - 18 Oct 2019

Venue

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Early Bird Fee

RM 12,627

Fee

RM 13,227

About this Training Course

This three-day course provides an introduction to seismic surveys, how they are justified, acquired, processed and interpreted. Through a combination of lectures, videos, case-studies and hands-on exercises the participants will gain an understanding of the strengths and limitations of the seismic method, the meaning of seismic sections, maps and other products, and an overview of the latest developments in seismic technology.

Course highlights

  • Covers the entire seismic process from acquisition, through processing to interpretation and in doing so shows how each relates to and impacts the other
  • Presenter is actively consulting to one of the world’s largest seismic companies
  • Course is essentially non-mathematical and makes wide use of diagrams, pictures, demonstrations and short videos to explain complex concepts
  • Numerous hands-on exercises and case studies are used to clarify and reinforce learning. As much as possible, students will learn by doing rather than just listening

By attending this training, you will be able to acquire the following:

  • Obtain an understanding of the strengths and limitations of the seismic method, and the costs and risks involved, and how to reduce these
  • Be able to communicate more effectively with petroleum geophysicists
  • Understand the meaning of seismic maps and sections and know how to judge the quality and limitations of these important exploration tools.
  • Gain an overview of the latest developments in seismic technology.
  • Apply new-found knowledge to a series of simple illustrative exercises to aid understanding and gain confidence in use
  • Know what types of questions to ask in order to assess the quality of a seismic project

The course is suitable to all personnel, but those that benefit most include:

  • Geologists with limited geophysics training or background
  • Supervisors and managers who need to communicate effectively with geophysicists
  • Supply chain and support personnel who wants to more effectively support their seismic crews
  • Management, technical and support personnel who want understand the jargon
  • Reservoir engineers who liaise with geophysicists and/or work with seismic maps and other inputs·
  • Seismic interpreters with no processing background, processors with no acquisition background, etc.