To renew Nuclear SIG’s Biennial Technical
Meeting postponed due to COVID-19. Part I announced here will consist of
several talks focused on recent challenges and advances in nuclear logging. Generally,
each talk will consist of a 20 min. presentation followed by 10 min. for
questions. The agenda is:
Chlorine Measurement from Spectroscopy, Jeff Miles (Schlumberger).
the Density of Multiple Layers Using Gamma Spectroscopy, Mayir Mamtimin (Halliburton).
of the 2021 MCNP Symposium for a Nuclear Well Logging Audience, Grant
Goodyear (Core Labs).
Initiatives on Radioactive Source Safety, Security and Alternatives, Ahmed
Activities and Plans. General discussion of the 2020 SIG survey results, Executive
Committee changes, and reports from various committees.
through the SPWLA website (www.spwla.org).
Only the registrants will be able to attend. There is no registration fee for
current SPWLA members, but non-members will be charged $25.
Note that no audio or video
recordings of this meeting will be made. A 300-word abstract of each talk will
be available to the attendees.
Contact R. J. Radtke ([email protected]; +1 281 285 8402 office, +1 281 546 4710
cell) or Ahmed Badruzzaman ([email protected]; +1 510 889 9427 office, +1 714 348 9751 cell)
The Nuclear Logging
SIG is to be a focal point to advance the science, technology and
application of nuclear measurements utilized for subsurface characterization
and monitoring. Executive committee:
Feyzi Inanc, Baker Hughes
Dale Fitz, Consultant
Anton Nikitin, Shell
Weijun Guo, Halliburton
Richard R. Pemper, Weatherford
Xiaogang Han, BP
R. J. Radtke, Schlumberger
meeting will be in two parts and held virtually to reach SIG members spread
across multiple geographical regions.
II will be focused more on members in Asia, including the Middle East, and
Europe and will follow in Spring 2022.