NMR FUNDAMENTALS CLASS

NMR FUNDAMENTALS CLASS
Day one of this course teaches the basics of NMR logging.  Day two and three of this course goes into more advanced concepts including echo processing, fluid characterization, NMR in unconventionals, and recent advances.


COURSE INSTRUCTOR: 
 Brian Stambaugh
INSTRUCTOR BIO: The principal, Brian Stambaugh, has 38 years experience in wireline and computing center functions with Schlumberger, Numar and NMR Petrophysics. He has processed/supervised the analysis and interpretation of thousands of NMR and unconventional resource data sets in most basins worldwide and has delivered over 60 short courses to more than 1000 students. Brian has published articles on NMR logging and has served as SPE Technology Transfer Speaker and SPWLA Distinguished Lecturer.

COURSE OUTLINE

Day One
NMR basics

Steps in echo processing, inversion

T1 and T2 relaxation mechanisms
Computing porosity, bound and free fluid and permeability
NMR processing workflow
T1 logging
Internal gradients, mineral effects

Day Two
Basics of NMR processed logs
Class exercise; processed logs
Additional case studies
Class exercise; optimization of computing bound fluid volume and permeability
Alternative models for permeability
History of NMR logging and current tools
Introduction to fluid characterization

Day Three
NMR and fluid characterization
Class exercise; fluid characterization
NMR log quality control
Class exercise; quality control
NMR log-core integration
NMR for unconventionals
Recent advances

INSTRUCTORS WEBSITE:
www.nmrpetrophysics.com/services


When
9/14/2021 8:00 AM - 9/16/2021 12:00 PM
Where
REMOTE (Central Standard Time) CST UNITED STATES

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