Members in Transition Kingdom Seismic Interpretation

Speaker: Glen Penfield
Speaker Glen Penfield
Customer Solutions Glen Penfield provides training and Tier 3 support to US customers, focusing on the Kingdom suite, as well as Petra and Vantage. He writes the manuals for classes and mentors clients 1-1, in addition to teaching public and private classes. With more than four years of industry experience ...

Customer Solutions Glen Penfield provides training and Tier 3 support to US customers, focusing on the Kingdom suite, as well as Petra and Vantage. He writes the manuals for classes and mentors clients 1-1, in addition to teaching public and private classes. With more than four years of industry experience he addresses client day-to-day issues and gives onsite support when required. Prior to joining the company in January, 2014, Glen gained field experience at Fugro GeoConsulting Ltd, where he assisted with seismic data interpretation. He collected sediment samples and rhizome testing for analysis by a geochemist and assisted with core descriptions. He previously was with Chicxulub Geosciences, a consultancy group that offers strategic planning for international O&G companies in Latin America and Africa. Glen earned a Bachelor of Science in Geology at Sam Houston State University, US. Through a joint program of MTU and the University of Cape Town, he completed Field Camp in the Cape Fold Belt, South Africa.

Full Description

Software training for Members in Transition only. You must be a professional member of SPE not currently working for an employer to take this class.  No Walkins.

  • Summary: This hands-on course helps students develop Kingdom software skills by progressing through a basic seismic processing interpretation workflow, advancing to gridding, contouring and time-to-depth conversion. Students will also be shown how to generate seismic velocity and depth volumes, seismic attribute volumes, High Frequency Inversion volumes, and some simple post-stack seismic processing interpretation techniques. This course prepares the participant to display and mistie correct seismic data, generate various types of seismic data volumes and display types, interpret and manage faults and horizons, grid and contour well and seismic data and perform depth conversions
  • Prerequisite: This course is not intended to teach entry-level interpretation skills or definitions. Some product experience required
Organizer Juliette Pearson