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OGE 115 - Well Site Geologist Operations

Code Start Date Duration Venue Fees
OGE 115 19 December 2020 5 Days Istanbul $ 4950 Registration Form Link
OGE 115 30 January 2021 5 Days Istanbul $ 4950 Registration Form Link
OGE 115 27 March 2021 5 Days Istanbul $ 4950 Registration Form Link
OGE 115 22 May 2021 5 Days Istanbul $ 4950 Registration Form Link
OGE 115 10 July 2021 5 Days Istanbul $ 4950 Registration Form Link
OGE 115 11 September 2021 5 Days Istanbul $ 4950 Registration Form Link
OGE 115 06 November 2021 5 Days Istanbul $ 4950 Registration Form Link
OGE 115 04 December 2021 5 Days Istanbul $ 4950 Registration Form Link
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Course Description

This course provides a comprehensive understanding of how to monitor and use geological data acquired while drilling in order to characterize geological formations and reservoirs. The focus is on being able to understand the job functions that are typically performed at the wellsite, and what use is made of the large amounts of data collected. The course will also provide an overview of essential drilling operations that have a direct bearing on these discliplines.

Course Objectives

  • Understanding well-site geologist’s role, tasks and responsibilities
  • Grasping various techniques applied in well-site geology and during coring operations
  • Learning about the various aspects of operations geology and geological logging
  • Evaluating data before the start of drilling
  • Advising on drilling hazards
 

Who Should Attend?

  • Geologists
  • Geoscientists using well geological reports
  • Technicians involved with geological wellsite control and/or supervision.

Course Details/Schedule

Day 1

  • Well site geologist job description 
  • Duties  and responsibilities for well site geologist 
  • Safety on rig site 
  • Office preparation 
  • Getting mobilizing 
  • Mud logging unite supervision 
  • Cuttings: sampling, cleaning, analysis, description, calcimetry, lag time, XRD, fluorescence.
  • Quality and representativeness of cuttings.

Day 2

  • Quick review of mechanical parameters (WOH, WOB, RPM, ROP) & hydraulic parameters (SPP, MFR, MPL, MWin & out, etc.) monitored during drilling 
  • Physics and chemistry of gases.
  • Detection and evaluation of gas shows while drilling. Chromatography. Type of dissolved gases in the mud.
  • Importance of gas control on quality of measurements. Gas while drilling.
  • Role of well site geologist: analysis and decision.
  • Depth control: depth, deviation surveys, (MD, TVD, TVDSS) and stratigraphic column.
  • Gathering geological and drilling information

Day 3

  • Geological log: header and track presentation; main software programs.
  • Drilling parameters for a geological log.
  • Calcimetry, gas, gain and losses.
  • Composite log: interpretation of geological observations and descriptions for the lithology
  • Rig types
  • Drilling. Casing cementing .
  • Core and casing points 

Day 4

  • Wireline logging operations
  • Preparation for wireline logging 
  • Log quality control 
  • Overview  of Shally  sand  interpretation 
  • Overview  of log interpretation   in thin  Sand/ Shall  sequences 
  • Overview  of log  applications in Shall –oil/gas  formations 
  • Overview of log  interpretation in com

Day 5

  • Integration of other data: well tests results and logging information.
  • Supervision and quality control of logging operations.
  • Coring operations: core recovery, cleaning, splicing, description, fracture identification, sampling, photos.
  • Final report
  • Case studies