The AFES Cased Hole Logging Seminar will focus on the petrophysical problems and solutions that will appeal to petrophysicists, engineers and geologists as well as university students. Come listen and gain an overview on what is ‘hot’ in cased hole logging. Speakers come from a range of operators, service companies and academia – please see the downloadable poster for more details.
The seminar will provide an excellent opportunity for networking with colleagues.
Buffet lunch and refreshments included. Price £35.
Download a poster with information relating to the Seminar.
Download a copy of the abstracts of the topics presented by our keynote speakers.
** Update **
The following list contains PDFs of talks from the seminar for which the speaker granted permission for release. One or two talks have been ‘sanitized’ for this purpose. Permission for release was not possible for all talks. If you want further information on some of the materials presented, try visiting the relevant website.
|Mike Webster||BP||The changing face of in-well surveillance (pdf)|
|Mohammad Abshenas||TGT Oilfield Services UK||Behind casing flow detection and formation pressure measurement using spectral noise logging (pdf)|
|David Lavery||Halliburton||Case Study: Injection water flow mapping in complex completions using integrated pulsed neutron and production logging techniques (pdf)|
|Roberto Rinaldi||Weatherford||Raptor Tool – case studies from a next generation pulse neutron tool (pdf)|
|Yu Ling Wu||Shell||Safety and operational risk mitigation by integrity logging for a well abandonment activity (pdf)|
|Stuart Large||Fotech Solutions||How distributed fibre optic sensor technology optimises well interventions and produces a more economical abandonment strategy (pdf)|
|Chiara Cavalleri||Schlumberger||Improved cased-hole formation evaluation: the added value of high definition spectroscopy measurement (pdf)|
|Trevor Beresford||Spartek Systems Inc||Production logging – new technologies (pdf)|
|Ross Brackenridge||LR Senergy||Production logging – conventional vs array tool interpretation (pdf)|