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OGE 142 - Production Logging in Horizontal Wells

Code Start Date Duration Venue Fees
OGE 142 07 April 2018 5 Days Istanbul $ 3950 Registration Form Link
OGE 142 02 June 2018 5 Days Istanbul $ 3950 Registration Form Link
OGE 142 28 July 2018 5 Days Istanbul $ 3950 Registration Form Link
OGE 142 22 September 2018 5 Days Istanbul $ 3950 Registration Form Link
OGE 142 17 November 2018 5 Days Istanbul $ 3950 Registration Form Link
OGE 142 15 December 2018 5 Days Istanbul $ 3950 Registration Form Link

 

Course Description

The course will discuss old and new technologies of production logging tools in horizontal
wells from different service providers, procedures, and techniques to improve and increase oil, and production. The entire course structure applies proven methodologies and integrated methods approach that allows engineers to make precise decisions on optimizing well flow rates. Upon completion of the course the participant will gain insight into analyzing and diagnosing well problems, including cross flow, leak behind pipe, fluid entrance, others.

Course Objectives

Understanding fundamentals of:
  • Current and Old Tools in the Market
  • Basics of Multi Flow Behavior
  • Flow Patterns in Horizontal hole
  • Basics of Data Processing
  • Tool Combinations
  • Processed Data Interpretation and Analysis
  • Flow Distribution Across Horizontal Wells

Who Should Attend?

  • Engineers at different levels 
  • Contractors
  • Executives
  • Any one with background of petroleum engineering, petrophysics, physics, engineering and related backgrounds backgrounds

Course Schedule

Day 1

  • Tools from different service companies
  • Basics of each tool
  • Tool comparison
  • Tools flaw and possible required
  • corrections
  • Tools combination
  • Tool Calibrations

Day 2

  • Data Quality check for each tool
  • Tool calibration
  • Validity of data
  • Earth model

Day 3

  • Basics of data processing
  • Data processing examples
  • Evaluation of required parameters for data processing
  • Basics on interpretation

Day 4

  • Data comparison for different tools
  • Interpretation of different processed data across benchmark intervals
  • Interpretation across short intervals

Day 5

  • The Well Toe and heel
  • Cumulative production
  • Flow patterns
  • Example of full data interpretation
  • Final report
  • Discussion