What You Will Learn :
- Determination of main lithologies and volumes of each.
- Detection of hydrocarbons, and quantification.
- Learn systematic log interpretation procedure & real world practicalities.
- Uses and limitations of main specialty logging tools.
When interpreted correctly, well logs can give the amount and location of hydrocarbons. Through this introductory courses participants will be introduced to understanding and basic interpretation techniques needed to interpret open hole well logs. Both quick-look qualitative interpretations and more rigorous quantitative interpretations are covered.
A HANDS-ON, NON-TECHNICAL PROGRAM
The course is generic in technical scope, no specific software is used. Equations are solved by hand with a calculator. Both the theory and practice of practical, applied interpretation are covered as well as practical advice, applied exercises, discussions and the study of actual logs. The accompanying manual provides a useful reference for attendees to use after the conclusion of the course.
Who is this course for?
This Practical Interpretation of Open Hole Logs course is designed for anyone needing a practical understanding of open hole log interpretation. It is an introductory level course and requires no previous knowledge of logs or log interpretation. Those best suited for this program will work as: