Case Studies of Recognizing Bypassed and Unconventional Pay From Wireline Logs and Quality Control o

Venue: To Be Announced

Location: Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Event Date/Time: Apr 14, 2011 End Date/Time: Apr 14, 2011
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Course Description
This one day course presents more than a dozen case studies of bypassed or unconventional pay in shale, clastics, and carbonates. The examples will be reviewed by class attendees in teams and discussed with the class in a workshop format designed to encourage discussion and learning. This course is focused on practical application as opposed to theory and equations with the goals of;

- Improving skills in recognizing unusual log signatures that can indicate an unconventional or bypassed resource
- Improving skills in quality-control of standard logs and processed logs - Recognizing situations where additional logs, core or other information might be needed for proper formation evaluation.

*Participants will need to bring a laptop with Microsoft Excel to each day of this course*

Who Should Attend
For general audiences from new grads to gray hairs, for all Geoscientists – anyone with a basic understanding of logs. A diverse mix of experience levels and disciplines provides better discussion.

Course Outline
- Introduction
- Quick log calculations
- Characteristics of bypassed pay and unconventional resources
- Case studies, team breakout sessions and presentation - Recurring themes for bypassed pay
- Additional case studies, quality control of processed logs, natural fractures
- Considerations for shale gas, workflow for analysis
- Case studies, team breakout sessions and presentation
- Recurring themes for shale gas - Additional case studies, shale gas, NMR in unconventional reservoirs, additional quality control case studies
- Summary of key points


Additional Information

Instructor: Brian Stambaugh Dates: April 14, 2011 Location: Calgary, AB Price: $695 CAD [b]For More Information or to Register:[/b]