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Horizontal Well Production Log Interpretation
KAPPA courses | In-house training | Free training | Consulting




Schedule & booking


  • For advanced practitioners with at least six months interpretation experience
  • Self assessment pre-course test on the KAPPA website
  • Emphasis on Schlumberger FSI™ and Sondex MAPS™ suite interpretation
The KAPPA horizontal well PL course has been designed to assist experienced interpretation engineers in dealing with the advanced functionality of Emeraude with a particular emphasis on the interpretation of horizontal wells.
It is essential that the attendee has previously attended the KAPPA foundation production log interpretation course or its equivalent, and has at least six months of ‘real world’ interpretation experience of production log data. Due to the volume and complexity of data processed on this course a high degree of proficiency in Emeraude is essential.
To check that you are ready to attend this course please try the self-assessment test.
Numerous advanced examples are worked ‘hands on’ to illustrate the practical and critical path of any horizontal production log analysis using the MP tools and the advanced functionality in Emeraude.


Course programme
Multi-Probe Tools
Working with images and data from the Schlumberger GHOST, DEFT, FSI™ and the Sondex MAPS™ (CAT/RAT and SAT) suites. An in-depth review of the Emeraude zoned and continuous regression and calculation schemes.
Practice
There is a strong emphasis on real examples with practical handson work on multiphase deviated producers with conventional and multi-probe measurements. Complex completion configurations and multi survey PLTs integrating interpretation with logging objectives and secondary information are included. Horizontal PLTs with conventional spinners and multi-probe measurements and integration of stations are used as the input sources.
Additional Subjects
Although the emphasis is on horizontal well log interpretation, temperature theory/analysis and selective inflow performance (SIP) are also addressed in this session.

DateCourse TitleLocationInstructorsCostBook
14 - 18 Jul 2014
Horizontal Well PL Calgary
Canada
David WYNNE 4500 $ Register
7 - 11 Dec 2014
Horizontal Well PL Abu Dhabi
UAE
David WYNNE 3200 Register
All courses are conducted in English unless otherwise notified