Petrophysics using software IP (4 days)

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Through a combination of class discussion and exercises/ workshops, participants will learn how to conduct competent quick-look evaluations.

Knowing how to integrate petrophysical information with other data sources will improve participants’ ability to assess technical risk when examining hydrocarbon opportunities.

Description

 

Petrophysics using software IP 

 

 

Course Overview:


Petrophysics is fundamental to all aspects of the petroleum business. Principles, applications, and integration of petrophysical information for reservoir description will be discussed in depth.

Through a combination of class discussion and exercises/ workshops, participants will learn how to conduct competent quick-look evaluations.

we will be Using data from open hole logs, logging-while-drilling, and core data you will evaluate porosity, permeability, and saturation in a variety of reservoirs.Special Core Analysis Workshop

Knowing how to integrate petrophysical information with other data sources will improve participants’ ability to assess technical risk when examining hydrocarbon opportunities.

Upon completion of this course you will be able to know how to:


Understand and apply at a basic level the theory and operation of major petrophysical tools
Calibrate porosity and permeability values from core and log sources for improved saturation calculations
Apply basic cased-hole logging, borehole seismic, image, and LWD/MWD
Analyze and integrate log, core, geosciences, and engineering well data for well and field development projects
Select petrophysical tool combinations for specific applications

Course Outlines:-


Fundamental concepts of Petrophysics.
Depositional systems and petrophysical rock parameters.
Nature of porosity and permeability.
Basic rock properties; theory and quick look techniques.
Mud logging.
Core analysis, acquisition, interpretation, and quality checks.
Theory and basics of resistivity, radioactivity, acoustic tools.
LWD/MWD versus open hole logging.
Determination of rock types using core and logs.

Cased hole logging.


Evolving petrophysical technologies.
Participants are encouraged to bring data examples related to this course.
Who should attend?
Geoscientists and engineers with less than twelve months experience using petrophysical data, and other technical staff at all experience levels wanting a fundamental background in the Petrophysics discipline.

Program Methodology:
Lectures, group work, case studies, and application on software.


Program Language:
English / Arabic

 

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