Event Date/Time: Feb 28, 2011 End Date/Time: Mar 04, 2011
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Course Description
This is a comprehensive summary of NMR Logging including basic physics, signal processing, practical considerations and tool selection, job design, data processing, interpretation, quality control and log / core integration. Emphasis is on practical application and building of interpretation skills.
The course features more than 40 case studies and log examples.
Day five will be a computing lab to include processing of NMR data sets using Logic software.

A complete set of course materials and a light lunch are included.

*Participants will need to bring a PC laptop to each day of this course*

Who Should Attend

For all Geoscientists desiring a comprehensive understanding of NMR logging and an update on recent advancements.

Course Outline
Day One
Introduction, NMR physics overview, T1, T2, diffusion, bulk fluid properties, signal processing, spin echoes to T2, T1, inversion methods, averaging, T2 displays, demonstration of echo to T2 inversion using Logic software, fluid effects, pore size effects, exercises - making a good trade-off between signal to noise, bed resolution, logging speed, polarization time, porosity, (total and effective porosity), bound fluid models (T2 cutoff, SBVI, HBVI), permeability models, T1 logging.

Day Two
Concepts of resistivity-based computed NMR products, concepts fluid identification from NMR, interpretation exercises, shaley sand case studies, NMR logging devices, future tools, appropriate uses of each tool and practical considerations, borehole and environmental effects, logging speeds, signal to noise, interpretation case studies, shaley sand and carbonate examples, problem logs, demonstration of various T2 cutoff models and permeability models.

Day Three
NMR fluid identification methods, interpretation exercises, case studies fluid identification, interpretation examples and case studies from class attendees, shale applications, advanced topics, heavy mineral effects, mud doping.

Day Four
Core analysis and NMR - developing a log-core integration strategy for NMR NMR log quality control, parameter selection, QC of raw data, QC of computed products, case studies, job design, candidate screening, optimization of parameters, operational issues, job planning software, Cap pressure data, LWD NMR tools, MRILab tool, wettability effects on NMR logs, horizontal wells, saline muds, fracture detection, NMR and hydraulic fracture optimization, future developments.

Day Five
Computing lab with Logic software. Attendees are asked to bring a laptop PC for this. Logic software will be loaded on Monday or Tuesday to prepare for the computing lab.


Suite 300, 205 5th Ave SW

Additional Information

Instructor: Brian Stambaugh Dates: February 28 - March 4, 2011 Location: Calgary, AB Price: $3995 CAD [b]For More Information or to Register:[/b] http://www.progress-seminars.com/seminar/134/nmr-logging-technology/feb-28-11/