This course skills participants in the analysis, application and integration of core computed tomography (CT) and nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) imaging techniques. The physics, equipment and data processing for CT and NMR measurements are reviewed and applied for reservoir characterization and recovery examples. The course covers both basic and advanced applications extending from basic core depth shift considerations to core orientation and differentiation of rock fluid interactions.
Course Structure: 4 modules of max. 2 hours each, delivered over 2 days Each day will consist of 2 modules of 2 hours each (1 morning/1 afternoon) with multiple breaks.
Course Level: Skill Duration: 2 days Instructor: Jim Funk
Designed for you, if you are...
A geologist, geophysicist, reservoir engineer or petrophysicist recommending or directing core analysis measurements
A core analyst or formation damage specialist working to develop improved laboratory measurements and procedures
How we build your confidence
Documentation of the techniques, equipment, measurements and research for imaging and extraction of rock property measurements
You learn to evaluate and analyse the data and the incorporation of the results
The benefits from attending
By the end of the course you will confident in your understanding of:
X-ray CT fundamentals and CT imaging equipment capabilities
X-ray CT image processing and petrophysical applications
NMR fundamentals and techniques
NMR laboratory applications and support of NMR logging programs
X-ray imaging fundamentals and laboratory x-ray imaging tools
X-ray CT image processing and quantitative petrophysical measurements
CT imaging applications - core heterogeneity, core orientation and dual energy
CT imaging applications - fluid transport studies and digital rocks
NMR fundamentals and laboratory measurement systems