Well Log Data Acquisition & Petrophysical Interpretation of Well Logs

Last Update 12/02/2021
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About This Course

The well logging technique consists of lowering a ‘Logging tool’ into the well to record physical properties of reservoir rocks and to reveal reservoir fluid characteristics Well logging interpretation helps geoscientists and engineers to understand:

  • Presence of a reservoir and hydrocarbons & it’s characteristics Calculation of Reservoir properties viz. Porosity, Permeability, Fluid Saturation, Reservoir thickness, Reservoir pressure etc.
  • Evaluation of Rock mechanical properties viz. Elastic properties of the rock, fractures, Dips & orientation
  • The course is suitable for engineers and geoscientists, from drilling, reservoir, geology, production, geophysics and Petrophysics, dealing with well data and its analysis. IT engineers dealing with data management and databases may also find this course relevant to their area of activity.
  • This course could also be of special benefits for specialists working with Open-hole to review application of advances in logging and interpretations techniques, opportunity to review and discuss special interpretation problems.
  • The course will provide the managers, involved with technical aspects of the E&P business, with an understanding of the technical workings of reservoir management.

Learning Objective:

This is a Petrophysics course focusing mainly on open-hole data acquisition and quick-look interpretations in shaly sand reservoirs with a brief overview on carbonate reservoirs The participants will be familiarised with the:

  • Wireline Logging data acquisition systems & Downhole Logging tools
  • Rock and fluid properties
  • Presentation and reading of log data
  • Characteristics log response Basic log Analysis and Interpretation concepts for reservoir characterization
  • Quick-look interpretation of log data and for evaluation of Lithology, Porosity and water saturation etc. in clean formations
  • Overview of Quantitative interpretation methods of petrophysical data for calculation of reservoir parameters in shaly sand formations and pay thickness

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