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Webinars:

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Upcoming Webinar

 

HOW PORE-SCALE ATTRIBUTES MAY BE USED TO DERIVE ROBUST DRAINAGE AND IMBIBITION WATER SATURATION MODELS IN COMPLEX TIGHT-GAS RESERVOIRS
.Speaker:
German Merletti, BP
Morning -- Wed, May 24th,   8am – 9am US Central Time; 
Evening --- Thurs,  May 25th,   8pm – 9pm US Central Time.

 

 

 


Previous webinars (Not ALL Recorded)

SPWLA does not have the resources to properly produce and publish our valuable recorded webinars and other education videos. Thus, the SPWLA board to directors decided to initiate a partnership with Knowledgette. Knowledgette has experience in producing and publishing a wide range of high-quality educational videos related to petrophysics, petroleum geology, petroleum engineering, and career development. It also publishes videos for AAPG. Knowledgette staff graphically enhance the videos and add captions and transcripts to the videos, if required.All the educational videos from Knowledgette are available via a paid monthly or annual subscription plan. SPWLA receives part of the subscription fee from Knowledgette to cover the cost of producing and publishing our high-quality petrophysics related videos.    

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April 26 – 27, 2017
ON ERROR CALCULATION AND USE OF FIRST ORDER ERROR PROPAGATION AS INTEGRAL PART OF PETROPHYSICAL CALCULATION
Speaker: Stein Ottar Stalheim, Statoil

March 20 – 21, 2017
Assessing Reservoir Quality In Tight Oil Plays With The Downhole Reservoir Producibility Index (RPI)
Speaker: Paul Craddock, Schlumberger Doll Research


Feb 22 - 23, 2017
Using NMR to Characterize Fluids in Tight Rock Unconventional and Shale Formations
Speaker: Boqin Sun, Chevron

Jan 23-24, 2017
NOVEL DETERMINATION OF TOTAL GAS IN PLACE (TGIP) FOR GAS SHALE FROM MAGNETIC RESONANCE LOGS
Speaker: Ravinath Kausik, Schlumberger

Dec 6-7, 2016

Advanced Log Interpretation in Field Development
Speaker: Richard Merkel, Denver Petrophysics, LLC

Nov 9-10, 2016
Biodegradation, Water Washing, Multiple Charging, Spill-Fill Sequences Resolved by Downhole Fluid Analysis and Two-Dimensional Gas Chromatography
Speaker: Oliver C. Mullins, Schlumberger

Oct 7-8, 2016
PAY CUTOFF DEFINITION BASED ON DYNAMIC RESERVOIR PARAMETERS
Speaker: Serge Galley from Shell.


Sep 21-22, 2016

Title: JOINT INTERPRETATION OF MAGNETIC RESONANCE- AND RESISTIVITY-BASED FLUID VOLUMETRICS - A FRAMEWORK FOR PETROPHYSICAL EVALUATION
Speaker:Holger Thern and Geoffrey Page, Baker Hughes.

Aug 9-10, 2016

 

Title: Formation evaluation of multiple pay zones within an unconventional reservoir (Permian Basin): An integrated interpretation using elemental, mineralogical, programmed pyrolysis, and mud gas data.

Speaker:Pukar Mainali, Weatherford

July 6-7, 2016

Title: Applying a consistent evaluation approach to Thin Bedded Sands in a Gulf of Mexico Deepwater Field
Speaker:Sarita Salunke, BP

June 9 2016
T
itle: Downhole Fluid Analysis, Reservoir Fluid Geodynamics and Reservoir Evaluation
Speaker:Oliver C. Mullins, Schlumberger

May 10-11 2016
T
itle: USING ADVANCED LOGGING MEASUREMENTS TO DEVELOP A ROBUST PETROPHYSICAL MODEL FOR THE BAKKEN PETROLEUM SYSTEM 
Speaker:Gary Simpson, Hess Corporation

April 19-20 2016
Title: NMR Relaxometry in Shale and Implications for Logging 
Speaker: Dr. Ravinath Kausik, Schlumberger  

March 8-9, 2016
Title: SUBSURFACE FLUID CHARACTERIZATION USING DOWNHOLE AND CORE NMR T1T2 MAPS COMBINED WITH PORE-SCALE IMAGING TECHNIQUES 
Speaker: Dr. Margaret Lessenger, Rimrock Petrophysics and Analytics