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About this Training Course
This advanced 5-day course is designed to provide clarity on cased hole log interpretation. It will also equip participants to locate water, oil, and gas entries from flow meter/fluid ID and temperature surveys and detect water movement inside/outside of pipe using oxygen activation.
This course will allow you to understand heavy phase “fallback” in flows and select tools that minimise its effect as well as identify the problems of highly deviated/horizontal wells, how to log them, and what tools to use (coil tubing, tractoring, and the POLARIS, FSI, and MAPS tool strings)
Participants are required to have undergone prior basic training on this subject or have had extensive work experience in related topics discussed above.
This 5-day training course will be useful and applicable for professionals who involved in well surveillance, maximizing recovery, identifying production problems, or planning workover operations, also
• Log analysts
• Experienced Reservoir And Production Engineers
UNIQUE course features:
*The following agenda is based on three morning and three afternoon sessions daily, each session approximately one to 1-1/4 hours in length. These sessions are labelled M1, M2, M3, and A1, A2, and A3 respectively.
*Note that class problems (PROBLEMS), movies (MOVIES), and guest lecturers (GUEST) have been highlighted.
*Numerous log examples for class discussion are also presented throughout the course.
The trainer is an internationally recognised “Guru” in cased hole logging with more than 30 years of oil industry experience in well logging, related research, and training. He has 10 years of experience in design, development, and testing of new cased hole equipment at Schlumberger. Clients included Amoco, BP, Chevron, Conoco Phillips, Mobil, AGIP/ENI, Anadarko, Oxy, ONGC, ESSO Australia, Schlumberger, Baker Hughes (Atlas), Halliburton, Weatherford, and many others.
▪ B.S., Mechanical Engineering, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois, 1965
▪ M.S., Mechanical Engineering, University of California, Berkeley, 1966
▪ Ph.D., Mechanical Engineering, University of California, Berkeley, 1970
Professional Membership and Career:
▪ Member Society of Professional Well Log Analysts
▪ SPWLA, 1972-present
▪ Member Society of Petroleum Engineers, SPE, 1972-present
▪ Professional Engineer, Texas, 1974-2005
▪ Distinguished Lectures for the SPWLA, 1988
▪ Distinguished Lecturer for the SPE, 1988
He also authored more than a dozen technical publications including “Distributed Temperature Sensing—A DTS Primer for Oil & Gas Production”, “PLATO User Manual” and “Diagnosing Horizontal Well Production in the Belridge Field with
Downhole Video and Production Logs”.
Learn what past participants have said about PetroEdge training courses
Good for grasping the basic concept & understanding the analysis method before using the software.
Log Analyst, Dimension Bid (M) Sdn Bhd
The course has given me much better clarity on cased hole log interpretation.
Petrophysicist, Sarawak Shell Berhad
Good training with a good trainer.