New e-learning to support the UK's offshore wind industry and speed up the consenting process Getting to know the team: Henk Jaap Kloosterman, Head of Strategic Accounts RPS signs a Memorandum of Understanding with the International Geothermal Association 2022 NTA Program Updates - February Learning and Technology - Latest Developments The Application of 3D Visualisation in Training - Workshop A Great Success IGA and RPS - Call for Instructors RPS - getting participants back into the field First paper publication - congratulations Conall! Henk Jaap Kloosterman to speak at AAPG/PESGB energy transition forum (19-20 May 2022) RPS will be at EAGE Annual 2022 RPS will be attending IMAGE '22 RPS will be exhibiting at the Carbon Capture Technology Expo Europe '22 They're here - our new Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) self-paced e-learning courses 2023 NTA Training Program Launch Back to the field...2022 round up 2023 NTA Program Update - New Course RPS is now a Tetra Tech Company 2023 NTA Program - training in Norway 2023 NTA Program Update - New Course - N597 New self-paced e-learning courses now available - Petrophysics, Geophysics and Geostatistics Tetra Tech - RPS will be exhibiting at the CCUS conference (Houston, US) New Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) courses now available RPS Tetra Tech will be exhibiting at IMAGE 2023 Neurodiversity at RPS: Connor’s Story 2024 Nautilus Training Alliance (NTA) Program Launch 2024 NTA PROGRAM UPDATE - NEW CLASTICS FIELD COURSE Volunteering week - what the training team has been up to

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Upcoming NTA courses

Field course spotlight

  • N310a: Carbonate Reservoir Characterisation and Modelling

    This course develops workflows for characterisation and modelling in carbonate reservoirs, covering in particular the issues of conceptual reservoir characterisation, the handling of scale, and the representation of fracture detail in cellular models. 

    Instructor: Mark Bentley

    Field class | Provence, France | 10-14 June 2024

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    01 /07
    N310 Crop
  • N009a: Sedimentology, Stratigraphy and Reservoir Geology of Deepwater Clastic Systems

    Participants on this course will learn to appreciate the sedimentology and stratigraphy of deepwater systems and apply this understanding to the prediction of reservoir presence, quality, distribution, and architecture. Participants will thus be equipped to add value to subsurface projects...

    Instructor: Andy Pulham

    Field class | County Clare, Ireland | 21-25 June 2024

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    02 /07
    009 2021
  • N923a: Modelling of Reservoir Structure and Fractures (new for 2024)

    This course provides a practical, integrated approach to characterising, classifying, analysing and modelling natural fractures. It uses lectures, modelling software and field examples to deliver an understanding of...

    Instructors: Tim Wynn & Ed Stephens

    Field class | Somerset, UK | 16-20 September 2024

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    03 /07
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  • N266a: Mechanical Stratigraphy, Stress, and Geomechanics

    Explore the importance and application of stress and geomechanical analyses to energy exploration and production in both conventional and unconventional reservoirs, with emphasis on the importance of mechanical stratigraphy and stress states on processes...

    Instructors: Adam Cawood, Kevin Smart

    Field class | West Texas, USA | 23-27 September 2024

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    04 /07
    N266 2023
  • N107a: Turbidite Facies Architecture, Reservoir Applications and Predictive Stratigraphy

    Participants on this field class will examine the links between depositional processes, facies distribution, reservoir architecture, and stratigraphic evolution of deep-water fan complexes. 

    Instructors: De Ville Wickens, David Hodgson

    Field class | Karoo, South Africa | 14-18 October 2024

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    05 /07
  • N662a: Salt Tectonics and Halokinetic Sequences Concepts in the Onshore Lusitanian Basin (new for 2024)

    Attendees will gain first-hand insights into salt-related deformation and sedimentation processes, directly applicable to reservoir properties, hydrocarbon accumulations, geothermal potential, and CCUS projects.

    Instructor: Pedro Barreto

    Field class | Portugal | 22-25 October 2024

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    06 /07
  • N670a: Fluvial and Coastal Clastic Depositional Environments (new for 2024)

    This course provides hands-on experience with a variety of modern, clastic reservoir geobody types that provide calibration points for accurate facies and reservoir models and allow for more targeted exploration...

    Instructor: Anton Wroblewski

    Field class | Texas Gulf Coast, USA | 28 Oct - 01 Nov 2024

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    07 /07

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