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PESA NSW July 2018 Short Course

Tuesday, July 10 @ 09:00 - 14:00

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Guest Speaker: Alan Morrison and Ana Gironés

Alan Morrison

Bio: BSc Geology from University of Bedfordshire, UK.

Currently Employed: Sales, Marketing & Senior Business Development Manager – Geolog International BV

Previously Employed: Exlog, Baker Hughes Inteq, Kana Consultants, International Logging and Weatherford. Operator roles included Wellsite & Operations Geologist, Wellsite Petroleum Engineer & Staff Geologist. Service company roles have included Regional and Global Product line and Business Development Management for Surface Logging Services.

Ana Gironés

Bio: MSc Geoscience of Subsurface Exploration, Appraisal and Development.

Currently Employed: Technical Manager, Formation Evaluation Specialist. Geolog International BV.

Previously Employed: CEPSA – Exploration & Development Geologist, working on basins in N. Africa, Latin America and S.E. Asia. Integrated geological models based on seismic and well data.

PESA NSW Short Course Tuesday 10th July 2018

Title:
Surface Logging Technology Workshop

Speakers:
Alan Morrison and Ana Gironés (Geolog)

Date & Time:      
Tuesday 10th July, 9am start.

Cost:
PESA Members:                               $100.00 (Members must Log on to the PESA website to see the member prices)

Non-members:                                 $130.00

PESA Students Members:              $30.00 (Members must Log on to the PESA website to see the member prices)

Note: The July technical lunch Applications of Advanced Surface Logging for Reservoir Characterization by Alan Morrison is also included in the price of this short course.

Venue:
Castlereagh Boutique Hotel, 169 Castlereagh St, Sydney, NSW

Bookings close Friday 6th July 2018 for venue and catering purposes.


 

Short Course summary:

Surface Logging evolution in the 21st century- what data acquisition and analysis is now possible and what you should expect in terms of quality control. Three key facets of current surface logging practices will be illustrated and discussed with relevance to today’s oilfield. Case histories will be presented to show some practical application of these techniques.

Workshop outline:

Surface Logging Technology – Improvements and Quality Control.

Surface data is obtained as a by-product of drilling operations, with only a total loss of returns removing the data source. We will describe an overview of the technology improvements in drilling and formation evaluation technologies that have occurred in recent years. We have moved on from wheat-stone bridge circuits to newer technologies. What constitutes “good data”? What steps need to be taken to ensure the maximum amount of reliable information can be successfully gleaned from this “free” data source? Analysis and Interpretation are affected immensely by not performing the basics correctly.

Fluid Phase identification.

One of the primary formation evaluation uses of surface logging data has been the interpretation of downhole fluids from surface gas analyses. This subject that has been a focus for many operators to help reduce costs and “fill in the gaps” between direct physical measurements. We will review a range of techniques, highlight the steps needed to ensure the validity of the data and demonstrate some new technologies that now provide better answers at the wellsite. From gases (non-hydrocarbon and hydrocarbon) to liquids, including a new take on a very old technique.

Integrated Applications

We will finish the session with some real-world examples where multiple data sets have been integrated to provide valuable answers in a variety of different applications, that include open and drilling induced fracture identification, identification of reservoir compartmentalization and their connectivity and some useful seal effectiveness indicators. Not all solutions are needed for all wells, but by careful review, a significant amount of detail can be added to geological models. We can even apply some of these techniques to help drillers improve their performance.


Details

Date:
Tuesday, July 10
Time:
09:00 - 14:00

Venue

Castlereagh Boutique Hotel
169 Castlereagh St, Sydney, NSW 2000 Australia
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Phone:
+61 2 9284 1000
Website:
http://www.thecastlereagh.com.au/

Organizer

PESA NSW Secretary
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