ANALYZING UNCONVENTIONAL RESERVOIRS


 ITEM #AV-03  US$495.00

This self-directed course covers visual and numerical log analysis methods for 13 different topics related to unconventional reservoir evaluation.  A case specific petrophysical model for each unconventional reservoir is provided, including spreadsheet models for most calculations. Total organic carbon (TOC)l coal bed methane (CBM), shale gas / tight gas, shale oil / tight oil, tar sands, laminated sands, low resistivity pay, much more ......

 

QUICK FACTS: 310 narrated PowerPoint Slides presented as 13 Lectires (1 hour +/- per Lecture), 13 real-world exercises to test your skills, 1 full-colour textbook-quality Reference Manual for further study, Excel Spreadsheets to simplify your daily work.


LEARN how to apply "Crain's Rules" to unconventional oil and gas wells.
PRACTICE the step-by-step procedures on real-world exercises.
REVIEW the case histories to see how your results match reality at the well head.
UNDERSTAND the technical and ecoomic benefits of competent petrophysical evaluation of your assets.

REFERENCE MANUAL INCLUDED:
  RF-02 Unconventional Reservoirs
SUITABLE FOR: all geoscientists, geotechs, engineers, managers and CEO's.

Put my 50 years of practical petrophysical experience to work for you.

 

License:   Single-User • Corporate Academic

 

NARRATED SLIDE SHOW CONTENTS


LECTURE 27 -
Total Organic Carbon (TOC)

  • Total Organic Carbon (TOC) Basics

  • Visual Analysis of TOC

  • Passey’s “DlogR” TOC Method

  • Issler’s TOC Method

  • TOC Analysis Examples

  • Exercise 27

LECTURE 28 - Analyzing Coal Beds

  • Coal Basics

  • Proximate Analysis

  • Visual Analysis of Coal

  • Coal Analysis Models

  • Calculating Coal Properties from Logs

  • Coal Analysis Examples

  • Exercise 28

LECTURE 29 - Coal Bed Methane (CBM)

  • Coal Bed Methane Basics

  • Sorption Isotherms For Coal Bed Methane

  • Gas Content from Core or Samples

  • CBM Gas In Place

  • CBM Gas Content Models

  • CBM Analysis Example

  • Exercise 29

LECTURE 30 - Shale Gas

  • Shale Gas Basics

  • Sorption Isotherms For Shale Gas

  • Adsorbed Gas In Place

  • Log Analysis Model for Gas Shale

  • Shale Volume in Gas Shale

  • Kerogen Voplume in Gas Shale

  • Effective Porosity in Gas Shale

  • Water Saturation in Gas Shale

  • Calibration to Core Data

  • Free Gas in Place

  • Multi-Mineral Model for Gas Shales

  • Gas Shale Analysis Example

  • Exercise 30

LECTURE 31 - Oil Shale

  • Oil Shale Basics

  • Classifying Oil Shales

  • Oil Yield from Fischer Assay

  • Oil Yield From Log Analysis

  • Multiple Regression Models

  • Multi Mineral Models

  • Oil Shale Analysis Examples

  • Exercise 31

LECTURE 32 - Tar Sands

  • Tar Sand Basics

  • Tar Sand Math Models

  • Dean Stark Core Analysis

  • Tar Sand Permeability

  • Tar Cutoffs and Pay Flags

  • Tar In Place

  • Tar Sand Analysis Examples

  • Exercise 32


LECTURE 33 -
Laminated Reservoirs

  • Laminated Reservoir Basics

  • Resistivity in Anisotropic Reservoirs

  • 3-D Induction Logs

  • Alternate Models – Laminated Shaly Sands

  • Laminated Shaly Sand Quality Indicators

  • Reservoir Quality from Hester’s Number

  • Laminated Sand Analysis Example

  • Exercise 33

LECTURE 34 - Tight Oil Reservoirs

  • Tight Oil Basics

  • Shale Volume

  • Porosity

  • Water Saturation

  • Permeability

  • Lithology

  • Pyrite Corrections

  • Reservoir Quality in Tight Oil

  • Tight Oil Examples

  • Exercise 34

LECTURE 35 - Tight Gas Reservoirs

  • Tight Gas Basics

  • Tight Gas Geology

  • Shale Volume

  • Porosity

  • Porosity

  • Water Saturation

  • Permeability

  • Lithology

  • Pyrite Corrections

  • Tight Gas Examples

  • Exercise 35

LECTURE 36 - Gas Hydrate Reservoirs

  • Permafrost Basics

  • Gas Hydrate Basics

  • Drilling and Production Hazards

  • Log Analysis in Gas Hydrates

  • Gas Hydrate Volume

  • Gas Hydrate Example

  • Exercise 36

LECTURE 37 - Igneous / Metamorphic Reservoirs

  • Igneous and Metamorphic Basics

  • Metamorphic Rocks

  • Igneous Rocks

  • Metamorphic Sand / Granite Example

  • Porous Fractured Granite Example

  • Exercise 37

LECTURE 38 - Geothermal Reservoirs

  • Geothermal Reservoir Basics

  • Types of Geothermal Reservoirs

  • Geothermal Reservoirs in Canada and USA

  • Log Analysis In Geothermal Reservoirs

  • Geothermal Examples

  • Exercise 38

LECTURE 39 - Analyzing Potash Beds

  • Potash Basics

  • Properties of Potash

  • Potash Analysis Concepts - Older Logs

  • Potash Ore Grade from Gamma Ray Logs

  • Potash Analysis Models – Older Logs

  • Potash Analysis Models – Modern Logs

  • Potash Analysis Examples –

  • Exercise 39


 

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