This course does more than calibrate your density log with core grain density and porosity. It starts with the conventional core analysis laboratory procedures necessary to create the compatible data sets required for proper special core analysis (SCAL) integration. It then describes the SCAL procedures for static and dynamic geo-models logically, in sequence, integrating SCAL results with powerful, modern logs to show how key reservoir parameters are better quantified with SCAL. NMR, Dielectric, Cross Dipole sonic, 3D resistivity, Lithoscanner and MDT output are all cross-calibrated and welded into the fabric of a true, modern, integrated petrophysical evaluation. These evaluations are robust, overdetermined and grounded in routine and special core analysis. Integration techniques are explained in terms of the question being asked, the physical basis of the core-log data being used and the steps necessary to quantitatively integrate the SCAL with logs and geo-models.
The course follows a logical, systematic structure, which enhances understanding of the where, why and how of modern core-log integration.
Lithology, porosity, saturation-height, absolute and relative permeability, residual oil saturation, natural fractures, FWL, TOC and mechanical properties for brittleness and fracturing are addressed, with the relevant special core and log data identified, explained and carefully integrated within a logical framework using interactive petrophysics software.
This course explains how to perform comprehensive core-log integration on legacy data and arms you with a clear understanding of what is and what is not critical to acquire in your particular petrophysical reservoir type, saving time and money during drilling, completion and development.Course Structure:
- 3 modules of 4 hours each, delivered over 3 days
- Optional: Pre-course self-learning module
- Optional: Post-course self learning module incl. Q&A opportunity