This course is designed for staff in the exploration and production department with no or limited petrophysical background: petroleum engineers, seismologists, petrophysical engineers, reservoir engineers, drilling engineers and geologists.
Part 1: Background. This section reviews the geological controls on reservoir properties and the basic functions of the wireline logging tools.Part 2: Petrophysical Methods. This section comprises a detailed description of the full formation evaluation method workflow. The full method covers the general characteristics of clastics and carbonates. Consideration is also given to special methods required for fractured reservoirs, thin beds and shaly sands.Part 3: Further Analysis. This section introduces the integration of conventional petrophysics with more advanced petrophysical logging methods, seismic interpretation and engineering techniques.
Classroom exercises and presentations
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