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OGE 139 - Formation Evaluation

Code Start Date Duration Venue Fees
OGE 139 22 December 2018 5 Days Istanbul $ 3950 Registration Form Link
OGE 139 19 January 2019 5 Days Istanbul $ 3950 Registration Form Link
OGE 139 16 March 2019 5 Days Istanbul $ 3950 Registration Form Link
OGE 139 11 May 2019 5 Days Istanbul $ 3950 Registration Form Link
OGE 139 06 July 2019 5 Days Istanbul $ 3950 Registration Form Link
OGE 139 31 August 2019 5 Days Istanbul $ 3950 Registration Form Link
OGE 139 26 October 2019 5 Days Istanbul $ 3950 Registration Form Link
OGE 139 21 December 2019 5 Days Istanbul $ 3950 Registration Form Link
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Course Description

Upon completion of this course, participants will gain an understanding of the concepts of formation evaluation and well logging; an understanding of the physical principles of the tools used in openhole wireline logging; be able to read and interpret well logs; be able to characterise formations based on interpretation of well logs; an understanding of the various corrections applied to the logging tools; ability to discern porosity, water saturation, lithology, and hydrocarbon content from well logs; an understanding of the properties of rocks and fluids that produce characteristic signals.

Course Objectives

Learning about:

  • Overview of Petrophysics
  • Nuclear tools; Density, Neutron, Gamma Ray
  • Galvanic and Induction tools, Micro and Macro
  • Evaluation of Fresh formation water reservoirs
  • Acoustic, Monopole and Dipole
  • Estimate of Fluid saturations
  • Magnetic Resonance tool principles & data evaluation
  • Image logging tools, Acquiring quality data
  • Testing & sampling tools; Detailed data evaluation
  • Open hole Production logging – Vertical & Horizontal wells
  • Basics on the Geo-mechanical logging analysis
  • Latest technology in the market, Tomorrow’s Technology
  • Rule of Thumbs: Prediction of invalid data, Input parameters, Estimation of HC saturation, Validate data while drilling, locate landing depth, Fracture network, Finding fluid contacts, 

Who Should Attend?

  • Petroleum engineers
  • Technical/reservoir engineers
  • Drilling engineers
  • Processing engineers
  • Commercial analysts
  • Decision makers/ investors in oil and gas sector

Course Details/Schedule

Day 1

  • Rig Floor display
  • Thinking underground
  • Live intervention
  • Data transfer
  • RPM Analysis
  • Dogleg detection
  • Down hole Mud Motor
  • Case history
  • Different service companies
  • capabilities

 

Day 2

  • Analysis of different WLD images
  • Reach the exact spot in the reservoir
  • The Auto systems
  • GR-Density images
  • Hole quality
  • Bit selection
  • Case histories

Day 3

  • GR image tools, Density tools, Neutron tools, Resistivity tools, Pressure and Sound tolls
  • Navigating though reservoirs; equipment system
  • Well bore positioning
  • Latest technology
  • LWD image logging tools
  • Telemetry & others
 

Day 4

  • Mud Logging
  • Drilling Parameters; Gas detection, Flow rate, Pressure & Temperature, Pit volume and sample tests.
  • MWD equipment and their uses
  • Data analysis, case histories

Day 5

  • Cement logging tools; LQC data, full analysis, predicting isolation and cement quality, quantify log data (VD), finding micro-annulus and life span of a well.
  • Corrosion tools: Prediction of corrosion, micro-corrosion, identifying corrosion for up to three casing strings, the conductor pipe corrosion prediction & full data interpretation.
  • Noise Logs: Type of Noise logs, LQC data, prediction of different fluid behind pipe, fluid migration from Noise logs, full data analysis & calculations.