Oil & Gas Training
and Competency Development

Discipline Reservoir Engineering ,
Geology ,
Petrophysics ,
Duration5 Days
Delivery Mechanism Classroom
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Techlog Fundamentals

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In this course, you discover the TechlogTM Interactive Suite, which brings all of your wellbore data together in a collaborative Wellbore Platform environment. You learn about the data model within the Techlog platform and the foundation utilities for importing, exporting, manipulating, and displaying data in the system, including core and images. You explore the principles behind the powerful Application Workflow Interface by creating workflows for single and multiwell use.

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  • Audience
  • Prerequisites
  • Topics

    • Explore the Techlog interface and data structure
    • Data import and Export
    • Data management and quality control techniques
    • Implement multiwell management
    • Variable managements, Units, Families and Alias
    • References management 
    • Visualization using basic and advance plotting tools for single and multiwell layouts and plots
    • Zonation and zonation management and Markers
    • Depth Interaction and Interactive selections
    • Data Editor
    • 2D and 3D Well trajectories
    • Basemap
    • Depth shifting and Variables splice tool 
    • Create interpretation workflows using the Application Workflow Interface, AWI
    • Report Editor 
  • Audience

    • Development and exploration log analysts
    • Petrophysicists
    • Geologists
    • Petroleum engineers
    • Managers, and
    • Technical personnel with no prior experience using Techlog
  • Prerequisites

    Anyone with an interest in using Techlog software to perform high level analyses of core, log, image and related data types together in one program.

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