Advanced Applied Petrophysics

Audience

Petroleum engineers, seismologists, petrophysical engineers, reservoir engineers, drilling engineers and geologists.

Content

This course covers fundamental petrophysical relations, tool principles, modern interpretation methods and core measurements. Depending on the petrophysical know-how of the participants more emphasis can be given to particular subjects.

  • Principles, quality, editing and responses of the major open hole logging devices
  • Lithology including shale volume, porosity, permeability and hydrocarbon content using Archie, Simandoux, Indonesia, Waxman-Smits, Dual-Water and capillary pressure curves; wireline formation testing
  • Core analysis program for exploration and development wells
  • Cutoff criteria to arrive at average reservoir properties
  • Uncertainty analysis
  • Crossplots for lithology, porosity and oil/water/gas saturations

Additionally the advanced course will cover:

  • Comparison of shale volume, porosity, saturation and permeability methods
  • Capillary pressure curves
  • Rock property derivation for seismic applications
  • Sessions will emphasise the importance of interaction between seismology, geology, well log analysis, reservoir engineering and other disciplines. By the end of the course a quicklook petrophysical evaluation of a typical well will have been performed
Sessions will emphasise the importance of interaction between seismology, geology, well log analysis, reservoir engineering and other disciplines. By the end of the course a quick-look petrophysical evaluation of a typical well will have been performed.

Duration

5-day

Number of Participants

Max 20

Prerequisites

None

Software Used

None

Course Format

Classroom exercises and presentations

Audience

Petroleum engineers, seismologists, petrophysical engineers, reservoir engineers, drilling engineers and geologists.

Content

Additional to Applied Petrophysics, the advanced course will cover:

- Comparison of shale volume, porosity, saturation and permeability methods
- Capillary pressure curves
- Rock property derivation for seismic applications

Sessions will emphasise the importance of interaction between seismology, geology, well log analysis, reservoir engineering and other disciplines. By the end of the course a quick-look petrophysical evaluation of a typical well will have been performed.



Learning Objectives

Duration

5 Days

Number of Participants

20

Prerequisites

Applied Petrophysics

Software Used

None

Course Format

Classroom exercises and presentations

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