Browse and select data from University of Leeds geological analogue databases, then transform the results into parameters used by facies modelling algorithms.
Reducing the amount of time taken to estimate the key properties of tight sandstones containing natural gas.
Increasing the ability of the petroleum industry to predict the impact of faults on fluid flow in petroleum reservoirs.
Developing data sets for use in offshore oil exploration to identify prospective areas faster, and with reduced cost.
Developing new models to account for patterns of deposition in sedimentary systems, providing key insights into the observed sandstone architectures and their spatial distribution
“RT @aapg_leeds: Next week, Chris Wibberley (Total E&P) is talking on "Structural Trap & Seal Evaluation"
Monday 23Oct (4pm)
SEE Seminar rooms 1&2
“Upcoming AAPG Student Chapter/Geoscience seminar, 23rd Oct, 4-5pm - see.leeds.ac.uk/research/iag/g…”