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This course is ideal for non-petrophysicist to learn the importance of rock properties, capillary pressure, rock quality and quick look log analysis.
Introduction to Petrophysics covers fundamental petrophysical relations, with a primary focus on understanding water saturation, fluid contacts and free water level. Participants learn formation evaluation based on pore-geometry and petrophysical rock types.
Additional topics include fundamentals of core analysis, wireline log and open-hole interpretation. Applied work sessions (Excel) and participant presentations (PowerPoint) are key cornerstones that help participants gain confidence in using these methods. Several case studies are used to show the importance of integration between geology, geophysics petrophysics and reservoir engineering.
Petrophysical rock types are introduced in the 3 day version, capillary pressure and saturation height models are introduced in the 4 day version and flow units are introduced in the 5 day version.
This course can be offered as a 3, 4 or 5 day option. The course outline of proposed topiscs, provides additional details.
Typically, over 30 percent of the course is “learn by doing, which includes workshops, participant presentations and group discussions”.
Why petrophysics is important and how it is the key to building reservoir models
Why core-log integration helps improve our understanding of reservoir rocks
Petrophsyical rock types are relate storage and flow capacity with capillary pressure
A practical way to understand capillary fluid contacts and free water level
Using Advanced Flow Units as An Integration and Well Evaluation Tool
This five-day course is designed for geologists, geophysicists, petrophysicists working in exploration and exploitation.
A technical degree and working knowledge of depositional systems and petroleum geology.
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