TRAINING COURSES

Well Logging Quality Control

Start Date: 11 Mar 2018
End Date: 15 Mar 2018
Duration: 5
Fees:
Country: London / UK
Category: Petroleum and Oil Programs
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Course Description

This course covers topics needed to calculate shale volume, porosity, water saturation, and permeability from older open and cased hole well logs. Integration and calibration to modern tests, and production data are stressed. 

Course Objectives

·         understand what older logs really measured

·         understand the rock/fluid model for log analysis

·         provides "computer ready" mathematics

·         gives insight into rock quality versus well performance

·         answer oriented results, with quality control guidelines

·         client specific examples can be added

·         permanent reference material

Who Should Attend?

·         Geologists

·         Geophysicists

·         Petroleum Engineers

·         Petrophysicists

·         Technicians - even Managers, if they are exposed to (or use) well-hole logs in their daily work.

Program Schedule

DAY 1

·         Electrical Survey

·         Spontaneous Potential

·         Induction Logs

·         Laterologs

·         Micro Resistivity Logs

·         Sonic Logs

·         Density Logs

DAY 2

·         Density Logs

·         Neutron Logs

·         Gamma Ray Logs

·         Modern Resistivity Inversion Software

·         Shale Volume

·         Pore Volume

·         Porosity From The Neutron Log

DAY 3

·         Porosity from ES and Micrologs

·         Maximum Porosity Method

·         Water Resistivity From Catalog or DST Recovery

·         Water Resistivity From Water Zone (R0 Method)

·         Water Resistivity From Spontaneous Potential

·         Water Saturation from Archie Method

DAY 4

·         Water Saturation from Simandoux Method

·         Water Saturation from Dual Water Method

·         Water Saturation From Buckles Number 

·         Water Saturation and Porosity from Ratio Method

·         Irreducible Water Saturation

DAY 5

·         Permeability and Productivity

·         Permeability From Wyllie-Rose Method

·         Permeability From Porosity

·         Calibrating to Modern Logs and Core Data

·         Case Histories

·         Feature: Analyzing Russian Style Logs

 
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