Harvey Rock Physics are planning on Wednesday, 5th December 2018 from 9:00 am in the morning to 3:00pm in afternoon a short introductory log analysis course that is computer assisted.
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Intended Audience: Any person who has a rudimentary understanding of logs and needs to compute porosity, saturation and clay content.
Whats Required: An attendee will need to have a Windows laptop/tablet with Windows 10 or iPad device in order to attend the course. We will send registrants a link to download LogScope prior to the course
Cost: Course is no charge and includes a 30 day license for LogScope. Note that there is a limit of 10 people for the course. Once this is reached the reservations will be closed.
The course will go through the steps of:
Loading data from LAS/DLIS file;
Presenting a simple composite plot which includes basic Plot and curve functionality;
LogScope editing functionality
What each curve measures and purpose in evaluation
Review of different lithologies and their responses;
1:00pm - 2:00pm
Computation of the following:
- Vclay from Neutron-Density and Gamma Ray
- Porosity computation - apparent, effective and total
- Rt computation
- Computation of effective saturation from a resistivity based equation
- TOC computation
- Simple Hydrocarbon volume report
Cross section of multiple wells
Multi well log analysis capability
All steps of the course will be hands on using a standard data set that is similar to a Permian basin data set.
3:00pm - 4:00pm
Time for course attendees to practice and ask questions.