Short Courses

Every year during our Annual conference, EAGE offers fantastic short courses by carefully selected renowned instructors, aimed at providing professionals and academics with key knowledge relevant to current developments in the field.

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Short Courses

The EAGE Annual offers one-day short courses by carefully selected renowned instructors, aimed at providing professionals and academics with key knowledge relevant to current developments in the field.

EAGE Short Course

Sunday

EAGE Short Course

Monday

EAGE Short Course

Friday

SEG DISC Short Course
Friday
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EAGE Short Course Sunday
Microseismic Monitoring for the Energy Industry Sunday 9 June 2024

The course describes principles of microseismic monitoring ranging from DAS, geophones and seismometers in borehole to surface and near surface networks. The examples range from conventional to unconventional production, through geothermal energy extraction to CO2 sequestration (CCUS).

Credentials: 5 CPD Points

Instructor:

  • Dr Leo Eisner (Seismik, Czech Republic)
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EAGE Short Course Monday
Exploration of Subsurface Natural Geologic Hydrogen and Stimulation for its Enhanced Production Monday 10 June 2024

The course will discuss and compare carbon footprint versus price of the full palette of different sources of hydrogen. Material includes comparison of energy output per mass and per volume among all major fuels with H2. All industrial and natural sources and generating mechanisms and corresponding association with other gases (He, CO2, N2, CH4) as well as consumption fluxes will be described. Global occurrences and seepages of natural H2 will be presented along with worldwide ongoing and planned exploration activity. Geologic setting of the only H2 production field in Mali will be discussed.

Credentials: 5 CPD points

Instructor:

  • Dr Dariusz Strąpoć (SLB)
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EAGE Short Course Friday
Reservoir Engineering of Geothermal Energy Production Friday 14 June 2024

The main purpose of the course is to familiarize students with basic definitions, main challenges, and practical implementation of geothermal energy production. The class will include lectures and practicals. In the first stage, we will present two lectures related to “Basics of geothermal energy production”. The second lecture will describe “Basics of reservoir simulation” relevant to geothermal engineering. 

Credentials: 5 CPD points

Instructor:

  • Dr. Denis Voskov (TU Delft.)
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SEG DISC Short Course
Storage of Carbon Dioxide in Saline Aquifers – Building Confidence by Forecasting and Monitoring Friday 14 June 2024

This course is not included in the All Access Pass

Interest in carbon capture and storage (CCS) is growing rapidly as a crucial part of global efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions into the atmosphere. To support this growth in capture technology, we need an acceleration in new CO2 storage project developments. In this course, we review the science and technology underpinning CO2 storage in deep saline aquifer formations using insights from several industrial-scale projects.

Instructor:

  • Prof. Philip Ringrose (NTNU)
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