This course presents the complete recipe for carbonate & fracture petrophysical evaluation, detailing a process adopted and used successfully by numerous operators.
The course sets out a systematic plan of action for petrophysical data acquisition, from drilling to well tests, highlighting the problems and explaining the solutions. All data is ranked and located carefully in the workflow, from drilling and LWD to logs, well tests and hi-tech logs. The process provides a robust set of results and a secure basis for decisions for any carbonate reservoir. Log analysis failure points are listed and tied back to the diverse physical characteristics of carbonates. How to drill, core, log and test specifically to address these failure points is then explained. Drilling data, core, SCAL, logs, LithoScanner, NMR, Dielectric, Sigma, Acoustic, Image-logs and MDTs are jigsaw puzzled together to create the definitive set of results for any given carbonate reservoir data set.
This course provides a wide array of delivery mechanisms to build a thorough understanding and documented process to properly evaluate carbonate and fracture wells and reservoirs.
The course was introduced in 2004 and presented over 80 times worldwide. It has become a benchmark for mainstream carbonate petrophysics by its focus on real-world carbonate petrophysical issues in an holistic, practical and straightforward manner.Course Structure:
- 5 modules of 4 hours each, delivered over 5 days
- Optional: Pre-course self-learning module
- Optional: Post-course self learning module incl. Q&A opportunity