Practical Interpretation of Open Hole Logs
INSTRUCTOR: Robert 'Bob' Barba
DISCIPLINE: Engineering, Formation Evaluation
COURSE LENGTH (DAYS): 5 Days (Classroom) / 6 Half-Day Sessions (Live Online)
CEUS: 2.4 - 4.0
AVAILABILITY: Public & In-House
ATTEND AN UPCOMING EVENT:
- LIVE ONLINE - February 01-03 & 08-10, 2021
- Midland, TX - April 12-16, 2021
- Houston, TX - May 03-07, 2021
- Houston, TX - August 23-27, 2021
WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Reservoir engineers, petroleum engineers, production engineers, geologists, geophysicists, managers, independent operators, marketing personnel and anyone who needs a practical understanding of open hole log interpretation.
COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course requires no prior knowledge of logs or log interpretation. Attendees will learn basic interpretation techniques needed to interpret open hole well logs. Both quick-look qualitative interpretations and more rigorous quantitative interpretations are covered. The course is generic in technical scope, no specific software is used. Equations are solved by hand with a calculator. Both the theory and practice of practical, applied interpretation are covered as well as practical advice, applied exercises, discussions and the study of actual logs. The accompanying manual provides a useful reference for attendees to use after the conclusion of the course.
A LAPTOP IS REQUIRED WITH MICROSOFT EXCEL AND ADOBE INSTALLED.
- Determination of main lithologies and volumes of each.
- Calculation of porosity.
- Detection of hydrocarbons, and quantification.
- Learn systematic log interpretation procedure & real world practicalities.
- Uses and limitations of main specialty logging tools.
- What is open hole well logging?
- Basic rock properties
- Well and wellbore environments
- Lithology indicators and volume of shale
- Porosity logs
- Resistivity logs
- Quick-look (qualitative) interpretation
- Quantitative interpretation: Water saturation calculations
- How to run logs
- Real world practicalities of interpretation
- Class interpretation of actual field logs
SAMPLE TOPICS FROM THE CLASS:
"Open Hole Logs"