3-day Interactive Learning Course in Brisbane, QLD, Australia
Through this course you will learn to understand and recognize the sources of errors in well measurements, to plan the acquisition of fit-for-purpose data, to ascertain the adequacy of available data to your specific requirements, and to manage the uncertainties associated with non-quality data.
This is a practical course, intended to familiarize you with the challenges of working with real-world data that are often of variable quality, of different vintages, acquired by different data acquisition companies, using different conveyance modes (LWD, wireline, drillpipe, coiled tubing, etc), in increasingly challenging well environments – deviated wells, multilaterals, unusual mud systems, etc, in a fast-evolving acquisition context.
The main objectives of this course are to understand and become familiar with:
- ► the conditions and the sequence of data acquisition in the field
- ► the main logging tools and their relevant characteristics
- ► the terminology and the methods to understand and quantify errors
- ► the different log data formats, including DLIS and LAS
- ► the three types of log quality control
- ► the mitigation of data quality risk when planning acquisition operations
- ► the evolution of log data acquisition and its quality assurance in a fast-changing industry
A main outcome of this course is that you will be a more aware and confident generator and user of well data, and hence a more effective and dependable professional in your organisation and in the industry.
Who should attend?
Professionals of any seniority level who use log and other well data, and who would benefit from an improved understanding of the data acquisition processes at the wellsite and the data exploitation in the office. These include:
|• Geologists||• Geophysicists||• Explorationists|
|• Petrophysicists||• Geotechnical and support personnel||• Reservoir modelers|
|• Data Acquisition Engineers||• Reservoir Engineers||• Petroleum Data Scientists|
Martin Storey began his career in the oil and gas industry as a Logging Engineer in South America some 25 years ago, then joined a super-major and worked in Gabon as a Wellsite Petroleum Engineer, and Petrophysicist. An assignment in Brunei Darussalam as a Petrophysicist and Petrophysical Technology Planner followed. Since 1998, he has been an independent consultant and a trainer based in Malaysia then Western Australia. He has worked for a range of companies broad in size and spread in Australia, South East Asia, the Middle East, Africa, North and South America and the FSU. He delivers this course under an exclusive license from Philippe Theys, the originator of the course, with whom he has been evolving the course since 2012.
He grew up in France and holds a BSc in Mathematics and Computer Science from Stanford University and an MSc in Electrical Engineering from the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) (U.S.A.). He is a member of SPE, SPWLA, SCA, FESAus, EAGE and PPDM.
Course notes, exercises and a wealth of reference material from a range of industry and academic sources. Lunch and refreshments on each day.
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Call Martin directly on +61 (0) 4 1919 5872 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Early bird rate until 17th July (+300 AUD exc. GST after that).
Enrollment limited to 20. Registration deadline: 26th July 2019
Fees are lower than the prevailing training rates because there is no intermediary.
Venue & times:
3/288 Edward St
Brisbane City, QLD 4000
|3-day course, early bird (AUD, inc. GST)||$ 2,640.00|