Instructor: Patricia E. Rodrigues, PhD., SeisPetro Geoconsulting
Deterministic petrophysical workflows have been successfully applied for decades for the petrophysical characterization of hydrocarbons reservoirs. The application of these workflows to areas of complex lithologies in conventional or unconventional reservoirs has been challenging because traditional models and concepts are not always valid or applicable. Multimineral analysis offers an alternative to conventional petrophysical modeling in areas of complex lithologies.
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Who Should Attend?
This class is suited for geoscientists and petrophysicists who would like to better understand or incorporate multimineral analysis in their tools to improve the characterization of complex lithologies in conventional and unconventional reservoirs. It is also suited for geologists, geophysicists interested in rock properties, and engineers with knowledge of basic petrophysical concepts who would like to understand the applications and limitations of multimineral analysis.
REGISTRATION FEES: -
English Class: SPWLA Member $350. Non-SPWLA Member $450. Students $100
Sessions 10am - 2:00 pm US Central Time: October 25th (Tuesday) and October 26th (Wednesday)
This training is offered 2 consecutive days for a total of 8 hours per registration (4 hours each day).
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