Carbonate Petrophysics

 Audience

Engineers in exploration and production departments. geologists, seismologists, and petroleum, petrophysical, reservoir and drilling engineers.

Content

  • Overview of Carbonates: depositional processes; controls on primary and secondary pore systems
  • Carbonate Sequence Stratigraphy: controls on the distribution of facies and geological controls on reservoir quality
  • Rock Properties and Fluid-Rock-Interactions: porosity, permeability, saturation, wettability, capillary pressure
  • Conventional and Special Core Analysis: laboratory measurement techniques; limitations and uncertainites in each analytical technique
  • Borehole Environment: drilling and logging process
  • Conventional Logging Tool Theory
  • Data Preparation and Quality Control: issues relating to borehole quality; log quality issues; missing data; depth matching 
  • Log Interpretation Process : Review theory and application of conventional openhole logs
  • Carbonate Log Exercise
  • Advanced Logging Tools: Theory of advanced downhole tools e.g. NMR log, Borehole Images and DSI
  • Fractures and Vugs: Identifying and describing these features in the subsurface
  • Integration and Flow Unit Integration: Flow unit model 

Duration

5-day

Number of Participants

Max 20

Prerequisites

None

Software Used

None

Course Format

Classroom exercises and presentations

Audience

Engineers in exploration and production departments. geologists, seismologists, andpetroleum, petrophysical, reservoir and drilling engineers.

Content

- Overview of Carbonates: depositional processes; controls on primary and secondary pore systems
- Carbonate Sequence Stratigraphy: controls on the distribution of facies and geological controls on reservoir quality
- Rock Properties and Fluid-Rock-Interactions: porosity, permeability, saturation, wettability, capillary pressure
- Conventional and Special Core Analysis: laboratory measurement techniques; limitations and uncertainites in each analytical technique
- Borehole Environment: drilling and logging process
- Conventional Logging Tool Theory
- Data Preparation and Quality Control: issues relating to borehole quality; log quality issues; missing data; depth matching
- Log Interpretation Process : Review theory and application of conventional openhole logs
- Carbonate Log Exercise
- Advanced Logging Tools: Theory of advanced downhole tools e.g. NMR log, Borehole Images and DSI
- Fractures and Vugs: Identifying and describing these features in the subsurface
- Integration and Flow Unit Integration: Flow unit model

Learning Objectives

- This course deals with fundamental petrophysical relations, principles, modern interpretation methods and core measurements in relation to carbonates.

Duration

5-day

Number of Participants

Max 20

Prerequisites

None

Software Used

None

Course Format

Classroom exercises and presentations

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