April PTTC Kansas Log Analysis Workshops: Geological Log Interpretation and Cased-Hole Logs For Geologists
Sharpen your log skills by taking one or both of these two one-day workshop courses!
“Reading the Rocks from Wireline Logs”, Wednesday, April 27
This one-day course on geological log interpretation is a repeat of the popular course offered in previous years and complements the PTTC "Log Analysis Crash Course". The workshop is designed for petroleum geologists, petroleum engineers and others who want to learn how to recognize rock types from wireline logs, both for more comprehensive formation evaluation in wildcats and detailed reservoir characterization in field wells. Instructor – John Doveton
“Cased Hole and Production Log Interpretation for Geologists”, Thursday, April 28
This workshop is a new offering and is designed to familiarize geologists with the commonly-run cased-hole and production logs in Kansas. Following an introductory overview, the course will review examples of cement evaluation, thermal decay time, natural gamma-ray, neutron, temperature, and radioactive tracer logs. Others logs will be discussed as time allows, including the promising new technology of resistivity logging through casing. Instructor – Bill Guy
Both courses will be held at the Kansas Geological Survey in Lawrence, Kansas with a morning session of 9 am - 12:00 pm and afternoon program between 1:00 - 4:30 pm. A sandwich lunch will be provided, as well as refreshments for mid-morning and mid-afternoon breaks. A course participant may elect to take either one or both of these courses, with a cost of $45 for one course, or $90 for both. Each course isoffered for 6 hours of professional education (0.6 CEU).
PTTC Sponsoring Session at Midyear KIOGA Meeting
The midyear KIOGA meeting is scheduled for April 21-22, 2005 in Russell, Kansas. With the close proximity of Russell to the location of the U.S. Department of Energy, State of Kansas and industry supported carbon dioxide miscible flooding pilot test, KIOGA and PTTC felt this would be a good opportunity for operators to observe this project.
The North Midcontinent PTTC will sponsor a BBQ lunch from 11:30 to 12:30 on Thursday, April 21 followed by presentations and a field tour. The presentations from 12:30 to 2:00 will cover a general discussion of CO 2 flooding and an update on the status of the pilot test. The general CO 2 flooding presentation will be presented by Bill Flanders of Transpetco and will include things independent operators should be aware of when considering CO 2 flooding. Tom Nichols of Murfin Drilling Co., whose company operates the pilot, will update the pilot status from the operators perspective. The presentations will be followed by a chartered bus tour from 2:00 to 4:00 of the ethanol plant industrial complex, which supplies the CO 2 for the pilot, and a field tour of the pilot site.
Come and learn about the technical and economic feasibility of CO 2 flooding in Kansas. Contact the KIOGA office at 316-263-7297 for additional information.
Log Analysis Workshops
April 27 & 28, 2005
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