Events & Seminars

AFES Meeting: 22nd July, 2020

AFES Meeting: 22nd July, 2020

AFES plan to host SPWLA Distinguished Speaker Harry Xie (CoreLab). “Investigation of Physical Properties of Hydrocarbons in Unconventional Mudstones Using Two-Dimensional NMR Relaxometry”  

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AFES Meeting: 20th May, 2020

AFES Meeting: 20th May, 2020

Stacey Althaus, Aramco Services Company, SPWLA Distinguished Speaker will present on 20th May.  Details and title TBD    

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Devex 2020 – Call for Abstracts

Devex 2020 – Call for Abstracts

Call for abstracts is now out.  Deadline has been extended to 14th February 2020

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AFES Meeting: 22nd April, 2020

AFES Meeting: 22nd April, 2020

Tentative SPWLA Distinguished Speaker Stein Ottar, Equinor will speak for AFES

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

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

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PremierCorex Workshop Tour

PremierCorex Workshop Tour

AFES will be offering a workshop tour at PremierCorex (Dyce, Aberdeen). Details to follow.

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AFES Meeting: 11th March, 2020

AFES Meeting: 11th March, 2020

Abstract: Optimal well placement requires three-dimensional (3-D) spatial knowledge of the reservoir formation and fluids. Current one-dimensional (1-D) inversions of ultra-deep azimuthal resistivity logging-while-drilling data recover formation boundaries above and below the wellbore only, 1-D modelling, by definition, does not account for any lateral variations….

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Evening winter social – Lane7 ten pin bowling

Evening winter social – Lane7 ten pin bowling

Evening winter social – Lane7 ten pin bowling Union Street, Aberdeen.  Tentative date of 20th February (Thursday) More details to follow, an informal evening of bowling, and maybe a pint or two 😉

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AFES Meeting: 12th February, 2020

AFES Meeting: 12th February, 2020

Abstract: Artificial Intelligence, or AI, is a method of data analysis that learns from data, identifies patterns and makes predictions with minimal human intervention.  Essentially AI solves problems by writing its own software.  AI is bringing many benefits to petrophysical evaluation.  Using case studies this…

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April Monthly AFES Meeting

Many thanks Girvani Manoharan and Anelechi Ibekwe, our April student speakers from Aberdeen University. Two very interesting and very well received talks, great work!   Abstract: The presence of fractures significantly influences the flow of fluids in a reservoir because of the large contrast in…

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