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This is the remote delivered version on Applied Core Analysis - Routine and SCAL - How to Interpret and Use Core Data. This course can be delivered in either public, closed formats or customized to be "fit for purpose". This course is designed to be delivered using either 10 sessions that are 4 hours in duration or 5 sessions that are 6 hours in duration depending on the needs of the client.
Applied Core Analysis focuses on practical methods that provide participants with an improved understanding of rock, pore and petrophysical properties as they apply to the interpretation of reservoirs. The course covers rock based petrophysics, including routine core analysis methods and special core analysis techniques.
The course focuses on the factors that control porosity, permeability, fluids, electrical properties, capillary pressure, and introduces the concepts of wettability and relative permeability data analysis.
Participants learn by completing interactive exercises, workshops and if time permits look a some key references. Participants have the chance to learn how to interpret routine and special core analysis and about the sources of error and example correlations of a log and core data set, resulting in a petrophysical rock type based saturation-height model.
Module 1 - Approximately 2 hours (Example Agenda)
In Module 1 participants will go over the objectives for the course and be given a general introduction.
Module 2 - Approximately 2 hours
Core Analysis Workflow for Reservoir Charcteriztion
Preliminary characterizations, including basics of core and log integration, and thin section petropgrahy will also be covered
Module 3 - Why SCAL Is Important for Model Building (Approximately 2 hours)
Module 4 - Routine Core Analysis - Overview (Approximately 2 hours)
Module 5 - Absolute Permeability - Routine Core Analysis - Approximately 1.5 hours
Module 6 - Total and Effective Porosity, Applied RCA Workshops and Introduction to Basic Core-Log Integration - Approximately 1.5 hours
Module 6A - Invasion and Core Saturation from Bottom Hole to Surface - Approximately 1 hours
Module 7 - Introduction to Capillary Pressure and Pore Throat Radius- Approximately 2 hours
Module 8 - Applied Pc-HAFW-Sw-Distribution - Approximately 2 hours
Module 9 - Capillary Pressure Workshops - Approximately 2 hours
Module 10 - Introduce the Concept of Saturation Height Modeling Using Capillary Pressure and Petrophysical Rock Types - Approximately 2 hours
Module 11 - SHM Workshop 3 and Bi-directional Capillary Pressure - Approximately 2 hours
Module 12 - High Pressure Mercury Injection Porosimetry and Pore Geometry - Approximately 2 hours
Module 13 - SCAL HPMI Workshops - Approximately 2 hours
Module 14 - Introduce Basic Petrophysical Rock Typing and Why It is Important (Part 1) - Approximately 2 hours
Module 15 - Deterministic PRT Analysis - Part 2 - Approximately 2 hours
Module 16 - SCAL - Electrical Rock Properties and Carbonate Pore Geometry Workshop - Approximately 2 hours
Module 17 - Introduce the concept of Relative Permeability - Approximately 2 hours
Module 18 - Final Well Review Workshop - Approximately 2 hours
Final Well Analysis Technical Assessment - Approximately 1 hr
Module 19 - Wettability & Course Wrap Up - Approximately 2 hour
The intended audience of this course includes geologists, geophysicists, reservoir engineers, production engineers, and petrophysicists. Participants should have an awareness level of knowledge on porosity, permeability. fluid saturation, petroleum geology and capillary pressure.
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