Short Course - 2011 Oct 13-14

 

2 days Short Course

Geologic trapping of buoyant fluids: the role of structural geology

Peter Vrolijk & Franco Corona, Exxon Mobil Upstream Research


Date:
       13 - 14 October 2011

Description:

Trapping of oil, gas, and other buoyant fluids requires a geologic container that is often formed through structural processes. Moreover, structural geologists are particularly adept at conceptualizing the complex 3D structures that often develop. In this course we will focus on the critical elements necessary for trapping fluids in the subsurface and will emphasize the variety of geometric elements and the techniques to evaluate those geometries with common subsurface data types.

Free participation for: Master Students PhD Students Post Docs

Location: RWTH Aachen University,
               Structural Geology - Tectonics - Geomechanics
               Lochnerstraße 4-20 Haus a 52056 Aachen, Germany
               Room 408

Application Deadline:  1. October 2011 via s.noorsalehi@ged.rwth-aachen.de (with your name, university and degree)

Pdf version link here.

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