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A Simple Way To Identify Reservoir Rocks And Source Rocks in Seismic Data

25 June 2022
Class Summary

This Class is designed to show Geoscience and Geophysics students how to identify reservoirs and source levels in seismic data in order to characterize prospective levels. Also, we will discuss how to link the results to additional data to enrich our observations.

Subject Area

Upstream Oil & Gas

  • Reservoir
  • Geology
  • Geophysics
  • Petrophysics

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Duration of Training
Friday Oct 27, 2023
03:00 PM to 04:00 PM
Saturday Oct 28, 2023
03:00 PM to 04:00 PM
Training Venue


Class Outline (Table of Content)
  • Day 1 - Friday Jul 28, 2023
    03:00 PM to 04:00 PM
    ( 1 hours 0 minutes )
    • A simple way to identify reservoir and source rock levels on seismic data
      • What is a Petroleum System?
      • What is a source rock?
      • What is a reservoir rock?
  • Day 2 - Saturday Jul 29, 2023
    03:00 PM to 04:00 PM
    ( 1 hours 0 minutes )
    • A simple way to identify reservoir and source rock levels on seismic data
      • What is a seismic section?
      • What is a clinoform?
      • System Tracts Packages
      • Conclusion
Cost Per Attendee (USD)


Who Should Attend This Online Class?

This Class is intended for young engineers, university students, and petroleum geophysics professionals to learn exactly how to analyze seismic data to map prospect levels.

Why Should You Attend This Online Class?

By attending this Class, you will gain a basic and practical knowledge on how to recognize the features of petroleum systems in seismic data, and how to use additional data to improve the results obtained.

Class Preparation

  • Each student needs a laptop with Illustrator CS Software, PowerPoint from office (2010 or more recent).
  • The  manual guide of the Class that instructor will post online after registration (it will be free for all registrants).
  • Students must also take notes, need pens and some papers. 

Instructor Details
Instructor: Mike-Franck Mienlam Essi [ 0.0 out of 5 (0) ]
Title: Ph.D. Candidate - University of Yaounde' I

Mienlam Essi Mike-Franck is an Applied Geophysicist, and was previously an engineering geophysicist in Endsleigh Cameroon, where he was responsible for geophysical characterization of the Nyabizan-Campo soils. Mr. Mienlam has over 8 years of professional experience in Applied Geophysics. 

Mr. Mienlam is currently a Ph.D. student at the University of Yaoundé I, Department of Earth Sciences, Faculty of Science. He has also been the President of SEG Yaoundé for the past 5 years. His thesis and dissertation work involves the use of seismic, borehole, and field data analysis to map reservoirs and source rocks in a Cameroonian offshore basin.

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