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Why Choose this Training Course?
Why Choose this Online training Course?
This PetroKnowledge online training course provides the participants with an advanced understanding of the integrated formation evaluation techniques and well log analysis applications. The online training course will cover the physical principles of the logging tools and the full advanced interpretation workflow for reservoir characterization.
More specifically, by the end of this PetroKnowledge online training course, the participants will understand the properties of the rocks and the reservoir fluids; analyse and integrate the core analysis datasets; evaluate the NMR logs and run the full NMR interpretation workflow; run pressure plots and detect the free water level/oil water contact and run saturation height modeling. The online training course will cover the advanced log interpretation workflow with the quantitative techniques for the quality control and quality assurance procedures for the raw datasets. Different real examples from different parts of the world will be used throughout the course to help the attendees understanding the reservoir characterization concept and the integrated analysis in either clastic or carbonate reservoirs.
This PetroKnowledge online training course will highlight:
Conventional tools principles and their applications in log interpretation
Logs QC/QA, Depth matching, splicing and logs normalisation
Core data analysis and Integration with conventional and advanced E-Logs
NMR tool principles/interpretation and saturation height modeling
Advanced reservoir characterization including facies and permeability modeling
Practical online training examples using different wells in different reservoir types
What are the Goals?
What are the Goals?
By the end of this PetroKnowledge online training course, participants will learn the following:
Tools’ theories and tools’ petrophysical applications
Running complete petrophysical interpretation for clastic reservoirs
Integration of the core analysis with conventional/advanced logs workflows
Generating reservoir Electrofacies and permeability modelling
Reservoir fluid and pore volume characterization
Who is this Training Course for?
Who is this Online training Course for?
This PetroKnowledge online training course is suitable to a wide range of professionals and will greatly benefit:
How will this Training Course be Presented?
How will this Online Training Course be Presented?
This PetroKnowledge online training course will utilize a variety of proven online learning techniques to ensure maximum understanding, comprehension, retention of the information presented. The training course is conducted online via an Advanced Virtual Learning Platform in the comfort of your choice location.
This PetroKnowledge online training course will help the participants and enrich their knowledge in reservoir characterization and log interpretation. By the end of this online training course, the participants will have covered the following:
Understanding the role of advanced reservoir characterization in fields’ assessment
Gain knowledge on the advanced formation evaluation techniques and workflows
QC and QA for the log analysis outputs before the integration in the static and dynamic modeling
Using the NMR data for reservoir fluid characterization and integration with the well test results
Complete petrophysical evaluation for new blocks and frontier areas (exploration petrophysics)
The participants will gain extensive knowledge for the advanced formation evaluation techniques. They will be fully capable of running advanced petrophysical workflows, NMR interpretation, saturation height modeling, and facies and permeability modeling. The course will enrich the participants knowledge in core data statistics, core dataset analysis, detecting the reservoirs nature and variations, and how to integrate the core data with the conventional and advanced logs.
Day One: Introduction to Logging Tools and Formation Evaluation
Difference between clastic and carbonate reservoirs