Imaging: Advances In Interpretation and Technology - From the Past and into the Future. Houston, Tx, May 18 2016, Chevron Auditorium. 1500 Louisiana St, 77002.
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||Guest speaker (SPWLA International president)
|8:30 – 9:00
||Using Variable Structural Dip Sutraction as a tool to discriminate and categorize picks from Image Logs
|9:00 – 9:30
||Utilizing the Stratigraphic Equivalent Bed Index Technique to Compare Vertical and Horizontal Well Image Data
||A Robust Automatic Dip Picking Technique to Improve Geological Interpretation and Post-Drill Formation Evaluation of Azimuthal Wellbore Image Logs
||New generation OBM image pad device tools - a leap for geological information. Examples and comparison to older datasets
||Matthew J. Carter
||A new interpretation method to derive high-resolution formation mineralogy and lithology
||High Resolution LWD Imaging
||Visualizing High Resolution Borehole Images in a Slabbed Core Format
||Integration of Whole Core, Drill Cuttings, and Well Log Data for Improved Characterization in the Wolfcamp Formation
||Joel D Walls
||Ingrain / Halliburton
||Technical Breakthroughs Enable High-Resolution LWD Electric Imaging in Oil-Based Mud, Bringing New Insights to Unconventional Reservoirs
||The Fractal Geometry of Petrophysical Logs and Applications Using Artificial Intelligence
This one day conference will be a forum for presentations and open discussions addressing practical petrophysical issues and challenges using wellbore imaging with updates on recent advances and sharing experiences.
The registration deadline is noon Tuesday (May 16th). Please register early to allow proper planning for a successful event!
General Admission $60 - Register Now
Student/Non-ful time/Members in transition $30 - Register Now
Imaging can link the wellbore logs to the geology, rock fabric and fracture network. Combining wellbore imaging with core and log data delivers a potent unified analysis for formation assessment and completion decisions. While it has been considered a premium logging service, recent advances has expanded the technology include WBM and OBM, while reduced costs in both WL and LWD environments.
This one day conference will be a forum for presentations and open discussions addressing practical petrophysical issues and challenges using wellbore imaging with updates on recent advances and sharing experiences
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