**Postponed** AFES Full Day Seminar: “Core: the most valuable asset in your reservoir”

**Postponed** AFES Full Day Seminar:  “Core: the most valuable asset in your reservoir”

***Postponed until later in 2020 due to COVID-19 virus***  AFES hope to re-schedule September 2020



The cost of the seminar is £70 (£35 students) – payment can be made either in advance or on the door**. This includes refreshments through the day and a light buffet style lunch

Parking at the hotel is free, simply inform the hotel reception when you arrive

This is an ‘open’ event – i.e no affiliation to AFES or SPWLA is required to attend

It would help us if you are able to let us know if you plan to attend, although ‘walk-ins’ most welcome on the day

Email Stephen Morris (stephen.morris@bakerhughes.com) or Greg Blower (greg.blower@gaia-earth.co.uk) with any questions

Programme link ->>  AFES April2020 Seminar (schedule r1)

** Payment can be made by PayPal (Treasurer@afes.org.uk], bank transfer [details on request], cash or cheque on the door.  Unfortunately we can’t take payment by card


Start End Speaker Title
09:00 09:15 AFES Opening of Seminar
09:15 10:00 Keynote:  Iulian Hulea Understanding fundamental controls of hydrocarbon saturation: from stress corrections to perched water contacts
10:00 10:30 Craig Lindsay Big Data From Core – Multi-Sensor Core Logging Case Study
10:30 11:00 Adam Moss Successful Core Analysis – A Lab & Opco Perspective
11:00 11:20 BREAK
11:20 11:50 Chris Reed Integration of Continuous Core Strength Measurements and Rock Mechanics Tests for Optimised Strength Models in Geomechanics Applications
11:50 12:20 Izaskun Zubizarreta Core wettability – can we get it right?
12:20 13:00 LUNCH
13:00 13:30 Colin McPhee SCAL Data Quality Control for Static & Dynamic Reservoir Modelling: A Case Study
13:30 14:00 Alf Berle Logging While Coring – Going digital in exploration drilling
14:00 14:30 Quentin Fisher Core analysis as part of the fault property prediction workflow
14:30 14:50 BREAK
14:50 15:20 Philippe Rabiller Capillary Pressure – An Integrated Flow Chart For Carbonate Reservoir Characterization From Resource Assessment To Field Development And EOR Applications
15:20 15:50 Alan Swanson Dual Energy CT Scanning – Millimeter-Scale Log for Cored Intervals
15:50 16:20 Henk Kombrink The Second and Not So Secret Life of Core with the North Sea Core Initiative
16:20 16:25 AFES Closing remarks