NAPE Short Course on Basic Logging Methods and Formation Evaluation September 26 -29, 2017
Brief Course Description
Basic Logging Methods and Formation Evaluation
The 4-day classroom course covers the principles, applications and interpretation of the most frequently used well logs. The main focus was open hole wireline logs, while about half a day was dedicated to cased hole logging.
Advanced logging techniques, including Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, Wireline Formation Testing and Sampling and Borehole Image Logging, and the basic principles and applications of Logging-While-Drilling were all covered.
The course was intensive and of a highly interactive nature with many quizzes and exercises.
Upon successful completion, participants:
• have a solid understanding of the most frequently used well log acquisition and interpretation techniques;
• were able to apply basic log quality control practices;
• have a basic understanding of advanced logging tools and their applications in formation evaluation;
• were able to confidently compute the main reservoir parameters porosity, lithology, shaliness and water saturation from basic well logs.
For more details, Click Here.Certificates of attendance were given to the participants at the end of the course.
NAPE Summer School held August 23 - 25, 2017
Course Title: Integrated Siliciclastics Stratigraphic Concepts for Reservoir Characterization
Course Description: This course teaches the concepts, methods and applications of stratigraphic principles in reservoir characterization using an integrated approach that combines geoscience and pressure data. It emphasized integration across disciplines and scales, focusing on reducing stratigraphic uncertainty in delineating clastic reservoirs architecture of the various depositional environments in Niger Delta was addressed through numerous examples, case studies and exercises from field analogs, core description, well-log correlation and seismic stratigraphy.
AAPG and NAPE Summer School, 11-13 July, 2016
SEQUENCE STRATIGRAPHY: CONCEPTS, PRINCIPLES & APPLICATIONS
The course was designed for geoscientists, geophysicists, biostratigraphers, and engineers needing a fundamental understanding of the principles and applications of sequence stratigraphy, and to apply them to exploration and production projects. The course will also benefit graduate students interested in learning the principles, concepts and methods of sequence stratigraphy.
Sequence stratigraphy provides a framework for the integration of geological, geophysical, biostratigraphic and engineering data, with the aim of predicting the distribution of reservoir, source rock and seal lithologies. It gives the geoscientist a powerful predictive tool for regional basin analysis, shelf-to-basin correlation, and characterization of reservoir heterogeneity. This course will examine the underlying geological principles, processes and terminology related to sequence stratigraphic interpretation. The strength of this course is the application of these basic principles to subsurface datasets in a series of well-founded exercises.
• Basic concepts and terminology of sequence stratigraphy
• The stratigraphic building blocks of depositional sequences
• Recognition criteria for the identification of depositional sequences and their components in outcrops, cores, well logs and seismic data.
• Controls on sequence stratigraphic architecture
• The application of sequence stratigraphy in siliciclastic non-marine, shallow-marine and deepwater depositional settings
• Exploration and production case histories and strategies
Summary of learning outcomes
Upon completion of the course, participants should be able to:
• Explain the concepts of sequence stratigraphy and their application to a wide range of subsurface data types (seismic, well-log, core, reservoir production data)
• Visualize and interpret siliciclastic non-marine, shallow-marine and deepwater depositional settings in subsurface data
• Identify flooding surfaces, parasequences, sequence boundaries, incised valleys and use these elements for correlation
• Apply pragmatic, fit-for-purpose approaches to sequence stratigraphic interpretation.
• relate sequence stratigraphy to various controls (relative sea levels, sediment supply) on basin architecture
• Utilize sequence stratigraphy to develop exploration and production strategies
About the instructor
Gary Hampson is a Reader in Sedimentary Geology at Imperial College, London, and has over 20 years of experience in applying sequence stratigraphic methods and models to a wide variety of outcrop and subsurface examples. He teaches undergraduate, postgraduate and CPD courses in sedimentology, sequence stratigraphy and petroleum geology to geoscientists, geophysicists and petroleum engineers, and is currently Director of the internationally renowned Petroleum Geoscience MSc course at Imperial College (since 2013). His research interests lie in the understanding of siliciclastic fluvial, coastal and shallow-marine depositional systems and their preserved stratigraphy, and in applying this knowledge to reservoir characterization and modelling. He is the author of over 70 peer-reviewed technical papers.
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3-Day Course on Basic Logging Methods and Formation Evaluation - September 22-24, 2014
A 3-Day Course on Basic Logging Methods and Formation Evaluation was held at Dover Hotel, Lekki Phase 1, Lekki Peninsula, Lagos from September 22 to 24, 2014.
The 3-day Petrophysics course focuses mainly on open hole data acquisition and interpretation. The course covers all the basics of log data acquisition and interpretation. New high technology tools were also reviewed and the applications of those tools described. This includes Nuclear Magnetic resonance, Logging while drilling, Wireline formation testing and borehole imaging. There was a daily workshop covering the topics that were covered during that day using real log data. This helped to consolidate the participants understanding of the topics presented.
The Instructor was Chiara Cavalleri from Schlumberger. She is a Petrotechnical expert working primarily in the field of Wireline logging and related Data Services, acting as an essential technical and communications link between customer, logging operations, data processing and interpretation, and management. This is particularly the case concerning selection of wireline services, advanced answer products, and data analysis for formation evaluation.