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Integrated Analysis of Reservoir Fluids and Rock Properties

Carl Sondergeld, Ph.D
Descripción del instructor

Is currently Professor and the Curtis Mewbourne Chair at the Mewbourne School of Petroleum and Geological Engineering, University of Oklahoma. He earned a Ph.D. in Geophysics from Cornell University and a B.A. and M.A. in Geology from Queens College, CUNY. He spent 19 years at the Tulsa Research Center of Amoco Production Company where he conducted research in petro- and rock physics He holds 14 US patents. He has been at the University of Oklahoma for 15 years; teaching petrophysics, geological well logging, petrophysics of unconventional resources, and seismic reservoir modeling. He is a two-time winner of the Brandon Griffin award and five time winner of SPE student chapter award of professor of the year. He currently conducts research on unconventional reservoir rocks, in particular shales, and in the areas of microstructural characterization, anisotropy, NMR, petrophysics, hydraulic fracturing and seismic reservoir modeling. He served as the SEG Distinguished Lecture for the fall 2010. He and Dr. Chandra Rai manage two industrial consortia: “Experimental Rock Physics” and “The Unconventional Shale Consortium.”

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COURSE DESCRIPTION

This course is designed to quickly review the essentials of petrophysics and wellbore environment needed for well log interpretation. The physics behind the standard and specialized tools used in geological well logging will be covered. The nonuniqueness and scale of log based measurements are important considerations in seek consistency among the varierty of measurements. The qualitative physical interpretations of logs for geological properties and textures and reservoir parameters are described.

 

 

COURSE

 

1. INTRODUCTION AND BOREHOLE ENVIRONMENT

  • The in-situ conditions found during well logging
  • Stresses and temperatures within the earth, overpressure
  • Petrophysical properties, porosity, permeability, capillary pressure.
  • Elastic moduli, velocities, resistivity

 

2. DEPOSITIONAL ENVIRONMENTS

  • Structural controls, tectonics
  • Traps and reservoirs

 

3. PETROPHYSICAL PROPERTIES AND EMPIRICISM

  • Petrophysical properties, porosity, permeability, capillary pressure.
  • Elastic moduli, velocities, resistivity
  • Archie’s Laws
  • Vshale calculation

 

4. BRIEF HISTORY AND EVOLUTION OF LOGGING

 

5. STANDARD LOGGING TOOLS

 

6. STANDARD INTERPRETATIONAL METHODS

  • Correlations
  • Log porosities
  • Depth Shifting
  • Invasion-damage

 

7. ADVANCED PETROPHYSICAL PROPERTIES

  • NMR and capillary pressure, principles
  • NMR and capillary pressure measurements
  • Fluid distributions
  • Log based permeability estimation

 

8. SONICS

  • Compressional and shear velocities
  • Relationships to moduli
  • Sonic porosity
  • Relation between velocities, saturation, composition, porosity and fluids
  • Effective Pressure Law
  • Pore pressure prediction

 

9. SPECIALTY LOGS

  • Dipole, Sonic Imager
  • NMR
  • FMS/FMI/UBI/CBL

 

10. APPLICATIONS

  • Fractures
  • Anisotropy, stress
  • Sequences
  • Seismic attributes

 

11. UNCONVENTIONAL RESERVOIRS

  • Logging considerations
  • Log responses

 

12. OVERVIEW

  • Summary of most important concepts

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