Foundation Production Log Interpretation
- Emphasis on real data with real life examples
- Production logging tools limitations, application and data interpretation
- Immediate return on investment with attendees able to perform commercial analysis upon completion of the course
The KAPPA foundation PL course has been designed
to teach the generic methodology and the practice of
production log analysis, in addition to the mechanics
of Emeraude software which is learned almost as a
by-product. The emphasis is therefore on a visual
and conceptual approach to interpretation including
only essential mathematics. Non-essential formulae
and derivations are provided in the accompanying
literature, including all the presentation material.
Participants are encouraged to bring their own
production log datasets to be worked in class.
At the end of the course the user should be capable
of making a reasonable basic interpretation and have
the foundations for developing further experience in
production log interpretation.
Sensors and measurements, their accuracy, application and
resolution. Spinner calibration, essential PL concepts including hold
up and slippage. Basic PVT and flow correlations. Two phase and
three phase models.
Judging data quality, selecting passes, editing and comparing with
simulated data. Tips for QA/QC on all sensors. Programming a PL
job for best results.
Demonstration of the interpretation method and ‘hands on’ exercises
using Emeraude mean that the participant gains a sound working
knowledge in the use of the application and the basics of the
Advanced features of Emeraude not used during the basic course
are demonstrated to make the participants aware of options
available in the application. This includes an introduction to
horizontal well logging including the Schlumberger FSITM and
Sondex MAPSTM suite. These subjects are covered fully during the
Horizontal well PL interpretation course.
No public course planned
All courses are conducted in English unless otherwise notified.
To be announced
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