Reservoir Geology Consultants

RGC101 Now Available.

Advanced Techniques for Modelling Fluvial and Deltaic Architecture using Petrel
22–27 June 2012 · US$5200 · Outline: Download PDF
Contact Huw Williams: 44 (0)1550 760343 or resgeol@aol.com

Photo courtesy of Sito Busman.

Huw Williams and Paul Davies

Address:
  • Plas Newydd
  • Nant-y-Bai
  • Rhandirmwyn
  • Carmarthenshire
  • SA20 0PB
  • UK
Telephone:
44 (0)1550 760343
E-mail:
resgeol@aol.com

RGC run two different Petrel-based training courses:

RGC101: Advanced Techniques for Modelling Fluvial and Deltaic Architecture using Petrel. 22–27 June 2012. $5200 [Download PDF]

RGC102: Advanced Techniques for Modelling Coal-Bearing Architecture using Petrel. November 2012. Details to be confirmed [Download PDF]

Please contact Huw Williams for further information on timing and costs for these courses at: resgeol@aol.com or 44 (0)1550 760343

Introduction

Reservoir Geology Consultants Limited was set-up in 1996 as a niche consultancy, specialising in the assembly of geologically realistic 3-D reservoir models through the incorporation of detailed sedimentology and sequence stratigraphy.

There are 3 integrated facets to our work:

Background

Huw Williams studied geology at Oxford Polytechnic and has a PhD in Upper Carboniferous fluvio-deltaic sedimentology. After 2 years of post-doctoral research at Keele and Liverpool Universities, Huw joined Shell Research in 1988. After four years in the Geocap 3-D reservoir modelling group he was transferred to Warri Nigeria from 1992-1995, and then moved to the the oil shale research group in the US before leaving Shell in 1996 to set-up RGC.

Paul Davies studied geology at Aberystwyth University before completing a PhD in Lower Palaeozoic deep water turbidites at Keele University. After a year of post-doctoral research at Bergen University, Paul joined the Geocap 3-D reservoir modelling group in 1989. After being transferred to Shell Expro (Aberdeen) in 1994, Paul left Shell in 1997 to join the consultancy.

Field trip to Book Cliffs, Utah. Photo courtesy of Sito Busman.

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