Geological interpretation using software


project, review the well and production data using Well Explorer, and then use well query methods to search the database for specific data to create well subsets. Afterwards, you will review and manage digital and raster log data and use curve editing, computing and log calculation tools. Also, you will work with formation top data, including managing, manipulating the display and properties, and reviewing picking methods in both geologic sections and VuPAK. Then, you will create and incorporate zone data that will be used for computes and gridding purposes. To complete your interpretation workflows, you will learn how to setup various geologic sections. Next, you will review the mapping features using the Base Map and Spatial Explorer for data posting, attribute maps, and bubble maps. Also, you will create numerous maps by gridding geologic data using both manual and automatic methods to generate grids and contours. In addition, you will use the Well Path Planning tool to plan a new well and then finally conduct a volumetric analysis using the Reserves tool.

Prerequisite: None


  • Well data and production data management, including decline curves
  • Editing, correlating and performing calculations on well log data, including cross plots
  • Facies logs from cross plots
  • Quick look petrophysics
  • Gridding data
  • Bubble maps and displays
  • Kingdom spreadsheets to display and edit well data
  • Zone concepts
    Selecting a grid algorithm appropriate to the objective and input data
  • Making best parameter choice selection for grid workflows
  • Gridding for stratigraphic purposes
  • Gridding for structural purposes
  • Advanced mapping using Dynamic Map Update module
  • Use the Grid Shaping Tool Editor in the interpretation process
  • Understanding the factors in selecting appropriate color bars
  • Building a new color ba

geology # petroleum# interpretation geoscience#

Theoretical and Practical workshop of Rock Physics using the software


Are you geological and geophysics?

Are interested in Rock Physics?

STO Presents Theoretical and Practical Workshop of Rock Physics Using Software.

the course is four days (6 h per day), the course will beginning at the first Friday on January (3/1/2020)

Theoretical and Practical workshop of Rock Physics using the software presents by

(mohamed shihata )

Rock Physics is a key component in oil and gas exploration, development, and production. It combines concepts and principles from geology, geophysics, Petrophysics, applied mathematics, and other disciplines.

This course design in real practical case studies, where trainees will learn how to build rock-physics using software and how integration Petrophysics cross plot with elastic parameter to integrate seismic data with Petrophysics data to generate bet Rock solid model

 The relationships between laboratory, theory, well-logs, and seismic data are investigated. A set of spreadsheets that incorporate many of the models, predicting fluid properties, rock properties, and seismic response (including AVO and elastic impedance) is provided; exercises will be completed in class using simple calculations as well as these spreadsheets.

At the conclusion of the course, students should be able to understand the application of rock physics models and theory, to combine those with well-log information in a petrophysical evaluation, and to employ the results in modeling and interpretation of seismic data.


Geoscientists, petrophysicists, and engineers wishing to understand rock physics and learn how to work together in integrated teams to build geomechanical models.


A basic knowledge of Geology, Geophysics, and Petrophysics

Learner Outcomes

·        Apply rock physics tools during well log and seismic data analysis

·        Interpret rock physics crossplots in terms of geological trends using software and real project

·        Learn how to build a rock physics template for a specific case study ( using software ).

·        Be able to perform fluid and lithology substitution during prospect evaluation and reservoir characterization

·        Obtain a good understanding of state-of-the-art quantitative Relation between Petrophysics and seismic interpretation methodologies

Day 1

Part 1: Fundamentals

What is Rock Physics?

Rock Physics and Petrophysics. What’s the difference?

Why we use Rock physics ?

Rock physics Types

Porosity and velocity

Effect of clays on velocities

Simple mixing laws (Voigt, Reuss, etc)

Critical Porosity

Fluid substitution ; Gassmann equation

Fluid mixing; patchy saturation

Day 2

Part 2: Log Data ( Petrophysics and elastic integration)

Vp and Vs; Poisson’s ratio

Sonic and Dipole logging

Petrophysics relation vs elastic modules ( porosity, Sw,Vsh and vp/vs, Poisson ratio)

Velocity in Porous Rocks Unique attributes.


Practical using software to generate Rock physic model for in valley fill channels, integration well logs and Petrophysics to create feasibility studies of inversion,


Part 3: Fluids and rock physics Inversion

Petro-Elastic Model (PEM)

Different types of effective medium models Pressure-dependence of properties

Rock Physics Template (RPT) Pre-stack attributes

Creation of PEMs

Lamda-rho etc


Practical using software to generate petro elastic model and Lamda-rho for for fluid model and fluid inversion predict

Predict synthetic logs sonic from different logs using neural network 


Part 4: prediction reservoir properties from Rock physic and inversion

Fluid properties

Production effect on elastic attributes Rocks and fluids

Empirical relationships

Acoustic inversion

Prediction petrophysic from seismic inversion

Lithology Analysis using Simulated PDFs

Exercise ( using software )

Practical using software to predict reservoir properties like porosity and water saturation from inversion and rock physics model 

Predict fluid model using rock physics

 free technical support for 2 hours after finishing the course for 3 months., certification in end of the course

Cost 400$ include: #-private course for one person 24 hours include. #- interactive lectures. #- recorded every session . #-practical using software. #- any time you want.

Ø This course is important for all geoscientist who need to enhance interpretation skills  

Ø Instructor Mohamed Shihata 14year experience, public book for seismic attributes


skype: self.tranning

wahts app: +201120828201

Reservoir Engineering Diploma


ولازالت الكورسات مستمرة لدي STO
الدبلومة المنتظرة من الجميع دبلومة Reservoir Engineering
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الدبلومة هتدرسها فيها

1- كورس &PVT
2- كورس Well Test
3- كورس Simulation

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محتوي الكورس

1- Applied Reservoir Engineering (PVT, Well Test) (5 days)
About the course:
Applied Reservoir Engineering offers the practicing engineer and engineering student
a full description, with worked examples, of all of the kinds of reservoir engineering
topics that the engineer will use in day-today activities.
Course Content:
 Fluid Sampling, PVT Fundamentals and EOS tuning
 Inflow Performance Relationship determination
 Material Balance equation in Oil and Gas Reservoirs and its application
 Well Testing Analysis; transient and deliverability well testing
 Production performance forecasting using Decline Analysis
Note: Brief summary will be provided for most common used programs in reservoir
engineering for above mentioned contents
Who Should Attend?
Reservoir and production engineers and geoscientists, those involved in reservoir
evaluation, reserve determination and recovery optimization. any other technically
trained individual that desires a more in-depth foundation in reservoir engineering

2- Applied Reservoir Simulation using software (Introduction) (5 days)
Course Description
In this course, you explore ECLIPSE Black oil Reservoir Simulation software, a fully implicit, three- phase, 3D, general purpose black-oil simulator that includes several advanced and unique features of ECLIPSE software. You will know how to initialize Eclipse and use it to construct single well and fully field model from scratch
Course Content:
 Introduction to Reservoir Simulation
 Introduction to ECLIPSE
 Eclipse 100/300.
 Comprehend the ECLIPSE Black oil data file structure
 RUNSPEC Section
 GRID and EDIT Sections
 PROPS Section
 REGION and SOLUTION Sections
 Aquifer Modeling
 Build and execute a simulation model
 Analyze results through post-processing
 Transferring from Eclipse to PETREL
 Who Should Attend?
 Reservoir engineers and geoscientists; geologists, Petrophysicists, geophysicists who Involved in Reservoir and Simulation Studies. Previous experience in reservoir simulation is helpful but is not required.

3- Applied Reservoir Simulation using Software (Advanced) (5 days)
Course Description
This course helps you prepare and run a Petrel model for reservoir simulation in
ECLIPSE or FrontSim. You learn how to scale up an existing fine grid geological
model to a coarser simulation model and how to upscale properties. You use the
coarse simulation model to define a simulation case, including a fluid model (black oil
or compositional), relative permeability tables, a rock compaction curve, LGRs, and
aquifers, which are all created inside the Petrel application. You design wells with
associated completion items and add simulation well controls using the development
strategy process, which addresses both history strategy and prediction strategy runs.
You also view simulation results in the Petrel application and use the graphical tools
and functionality in Petrel software to perform quality checks at all stages of the
Course Content:
 Petrel introduction
 Construct simple grid
 QC the static model
 Making Fluid Contacts
 Creating Fluid models
 Creating Saturation and Rock function
 Volumetric Calculation
 Creating Aquifer model
 Preparing Well design, and completion design
 Constructing History Development Strategies
 Constructing simulation case
 History match analysis
 Prediction Development Strategies
 Results viewing
Who Should Attend?
Reservoir engineers and geoscientists; geologists, Petrophysicists, geophysicists
who Involved in Reservoir and Simulation Studies. Previous experience in reservoir simulation particularly in ECLIPSE is helpful but is not required.

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Reservoir Modelling diploma


Are you geological and petroleum engineering interested in reservoir……..

STO presents to reservoir modelling diploma in 3 months with 3 courses
this diploma will beginning in 25 of Oct and one of course is 5 days (6 hours per days, total hours are 30 hour per course), the total hours of diploma is 90 h

The diploma in consist of
1- Static Modelling
2- Dynamic Modelling
3- simulation Modelling

1- static modelling

The course reviews the full spectrum of an integrated reservoir study from core/well log to fluid flow
simulator. It addresses the practical requirements and workflows for modern 3D reservoir modeling.
Participants learn how to use deterministic and stochastic modeling methodologies to quantitatively
integrate diverse data types, model reservoir heterogeneity, assess model uncertainty, and prepare the
reservoir model as input to a flow simulator, Particular emphasis is placed on the best modeling practices
and data integration methodologies available using geostatistical techniques. The presentation includes
an informal, interactive discussion of the agenda topics, illustrated with case studies and including
computer workshops.
The objective of this 5-day course is to provide participants who have experience in building reservoir
models, with the solid understanding of the underlying geostatistical methodologies used in Applied
Reservoir Modeling.
The course provides discussion of the heart of geostatistics that includes data stationarity, spatial
relationship (variogram), estimation (kriging and cokriging), and conditional simulation (SIS, TGS, SGS).
Additionally, best practices on the workflow for building reservoir model will be presented. To enhance the
understanding of the participants about these topics, the exercise for detail analysis and sensitivity, based
on actual field data, is provided. All exercises will be done using PETREL.
This course is important for reservoir modelers or for any geoscientist/engineer involved in an integrated
reservoir study. It is of particular relevance to reservoir modelers that are interested in getting a better
understanding on the “black-box” of geostatistics techniques commonly found during the facies and
property modeling process. It will also improve skills in the art of data inltegration

Course Contents:

Day 1
• What is Reservoir Modeling?
• Why Reservoir Modeling?
• Reservoir Modeling Workflow
• Model Purpose
• Case study
• Practical Session
 Petrel Basics
 Petrel Interface
 Saving Petrel Project
 Project Set up
 Data Preparation
 Import Data
 Visualize Data

Day 2
 What is Structural Modeling?
 Structural Modeling in E&P Workflow
 Challenges
 Types of structural modeling
 Surface-based modeling
 Volume-based modeling (VBM)
 Advantages of VBM
 Prerequisites for VBM
 Case study
 Workflow
 Extensional Structure
 Compressional Structure
 Stratigraphy
• Practical Session 2
 Structural Modeling
 Methods for constructing a 3D Grid

Day 3
• Rock Modeling
• Model Concept
• Structural and Stratigraphic Framework
• Model Elements
• Determinism and Probability
• Practical Session 3
 Velocity model
 Depth conversion

Day 4
• What is Geostatistics?
• Why Geostatistics?
• Key Geostatistical Concepts
 Variance
 Correlation Coefficients
 Variograms
 Variograms and Anisotropy
• Algorithm Choice and Control
 Object modelling
 Pixel-based methods
 Texture-based methods
• Property Modeling
 What is Property modeling?
 Geometrical Modeling
 Upscale Well logs
 Facies Modeling
 Petrophysical Modeling
• Practical Session 4
 Upscaling
 Data Analysis
 Property Modeling

Day 5
• Volume Calculations
• QC Model
• Practical Session 5
 Volume Calculations
 QC Model
Best output results

2- Dynamic Modelling

Course Outlines

• Concepts of reservoir modeling
• Integration of data in modeling
• Deterministic and stochastic models
• Static & dynamic modeling
• Facies & fracture modeling
• Porosity & permeability modeling
• Concept of upscaling
• Exporting results to reservoir simulators
• Simulation techniques
• Data needed for simulation
• History matching
• Reservoir forecasts

Course Objectives
The key objectives of this course are to develop the skills needed for reservoir modeling and how to apply both deterministic and stochastic techniques for constructing 3D reservoir models. The integration of geosciences and engineering data into high-resolution static model, the upscaling techniques and the preparation of data for input into a reservoir simulator to run a dynamic model and perform history matching of actual production data and prediction will be discussed in detail.

Who Should Attend
Reservoir geologists and engineers who wish to understand the techniques behind modeling their reservoirs and how to simulate fluid movements in these reservoirs to better understanding both reservoir and fluid behavior.

3- Reservoir Simulation Principles and Practices

Course Objectives
• Numerical physics of reservoir simulation.
• Data requirements for conducting a study.
• Current practice in using coarse and finely gridded models to incorporate heterogeneity.
• Simulation study approach which leads to a quality result.
• Different types of models available, i.e. compositional, dual porosity, etc.

Course Description
• This training course will provide a comprehensive coverage of the simulation key topics, challenges, pitfalls and the approach to a quality result.
• The participants will be trained in the methods and use of simulation software for practical exercises throughout this course.

Course Outlines

• Formulation of equations
• Coordinate geometries and model types
• Reservoir simulator features
• Well modelling overview
• Building the model
• Defining initial conditions
• History matching
• Prediction
• Fine vs. coarse gridding, Upscaling, LGR, Heterogeneity modelling
• Pseudo functions, Vertical Equilibrium
• Compositional reservoir simulation

• Simulation of fractured reservoirs – numerical model, matrix-fracture exchange, recovery processes

• Simulation Walkthrough
• Overview of the simulation process: Conducting a study

Who Should Attend
This short course is designed for junior to mid-senior level reservoir engineers who want to “fast track” in reservoir simulation by a comprehensive overview of the key topics and practical aspects

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Diploma and Master Occupational by International Certification (Onsite or Online


STO diploma and master programs enables student to study online or onsite.
1- Diploma: every diploma Program include 3 courses for specific department
Diploma Duration: one month
Venue: Online, Onsite Egypt, Turkey, Customizing as client’s needs
2- Masters: every master Program include 6 courses for specific department
Master Duration: 3 Months
Venue: Online, Onsite Egypt, Turkey and Customizing as client’s needs

STO diploma and master Programs include forth department:

1- Petroleum Geophysics.
2- Petroleum Petrophysics and geology.
3- Petroleum engineering.
4- Management and marketing

Why STO Diploma & Master Programs?

1- Flexible at anytime and anywhere.
2- Private courses focus on clients need.

STO Diploma and Master Programs (student select 3 courses for Diploma, 6 courses for Master in each specific department) (Online, Onsite)

1- Petroleum Geophysics

Seismic Acquisition

Seismic Processing

Principles of Seismic Interpretation Using Software

Advanced Seismic Interpretation Using Software

Seismic Attributes Using Software

Reservoir Seismic Inversion Post-Stack and Pre-Stack

Basic Seismic Exploration

Artificial Intelligent Application In Petroleum Exploration New

Integration between Geological and Geophysical Interpretation Workshop Using Software New

Basic Seismic Exploration

Quantative and Qualitative Seismic Attributes

Practical Depth Conversion and Depth Imaging for the Interpreter Rock Physics

AVO and Seismic Inversion

2-Petroleum Petrophysics& Geology

Structure Geology

Reservoir Scale Sequence Stratigraphy & Depositional Systems

Reservoir Static and Dynamic Modelling

Reservoir Geo-Mechanic Using Software

Integration between Geological and Geophysical Interpretation Workshop Using Software New

Borehole Image



Rock Mechanic

Wireline Operations Training Course

Applied Structural Geology in Hydrocarbon Systems Analysis

Basin Analysis and Petroleum Systems Modeling

Clastic Exploration and Reservoir Sedimentology


Formation Evaluation of Petrophysics Using Software

Applied Reservoir Petrophysics Characterization Using Interactive Petrophysics Software

Characteristics of reservoirs (Petrophysics and Seismic Interpretation)

Principles of Well logs

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