PGS04 - Petrophysics – Well logging - Evaluation of formation

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Programme : Géosciences Pétrolières

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Presentation

PGS2023 _ PETROPHYSICS_ F. FOURNIER

PGS2023_ DATA ANALYSIS _F. FOURNIER

PGS2023 _WELL LOGGING _ J. LAVAL

PGS2023_Advanced Logging_T. BRADLEY (BAKER HUGHES)

PGS2023_ ACOUSTIC LOGGING_P. DEBEC (TOTAL)

PGS2023_Borehole Imagery Solberg_ F. BENDER

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Learning Objectives
  • Explain the concepts of capillary pressure, its link to water saturation; explain the concept of permeability and relative permeability. 
  • Understand the measurement processes in the laboratory of these parameters and their limitations. Is aware of the importance of laboratory petrophysical data to constrain the interpretation of logs. Carry out a rapid interpretation of a set of well-log profiles ("Quick Look"), 
  • Determine the parameters of a quantitative log interpretation, and give a critical analysis of the results obtained, 
  • Use the main results obtained from borehole imaging tools, advanced logging tools and from Production Logging tools to improve the petrophysical evaluation of a formation 
  • Run in autonomy an electrofacies determination at a specific well 
  • Explain the principles of classification approaches
  • Interpret the standard criteria for the quality control of a classification result Build a robust regression model

Liste des intervenants

Mathilde ADELINET

Mathilde ADELINET

Maria AGUILERA

Maria AGUILERA

Alain AURIAULT

Alain AURIAULT

Carla CASTILLO

Carla CASTILLO

Antoine COUTURIER

Antoine COUTURIER

Jean-Pierre DEFLANDRE

Jean-Pierre DEFLANDRE

Eric DEVILLE

Eric DEVILLE

Frédérique FOURNIER

Frédérique FOURNIER

Karine LABAT

Karine LABAT

Jerome LAVAL

Jerome LAVAL

Olivier LERAT

Olivier LERAT

Christian PAUCHON

Christian PAUCHON

Arnaud TORRES

Arnaud TORRES