An Update on Modern NMR Logging, Applications and Limitations
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This one day course provides an overview of current NMR logging technology, including new applications in unconventional reservoirs. The course includes several case studies and log examples, which are scrutinized by attendees with respect to optimized data acquisition, quality control, and data processing techniques. The course provides examination of T1 and T2 logging, pore size, fluid effects, porosity, bound fluid and permeability models, fluid identification from NMR, review of currently logging tools, applications in unconventional reservoirs and limitations of NMR.
A complete set of course materials and lunch is included in this course.
Who Should Attend
For all Geoscientists desiring an overview of NMR logging and an update on recent advancements.
- Introduction, why NMR?
- NMR physics
- T1, T2 and diffusion, pore size, fluid effects
- Signal processing, inversion, averaging, signal to noise
- T1 logging
- Internal gradients, mineralogy effects
- Resistivity based NMR computed logs, NMR for reservoir characterization
- NMR logging tools and practical considerations
- Using NMR logs for fluid identification and characterization
- Applications in unconventional reservoirs
- Quality control of NMR logs
Instructor Brian Stambaugh
Since 1997, Brian Stambaugh has been president of NMR Petrophysics, Inc in Houston, Texas. Previously he was with Schlumberger and then, Numar Corp. where he assisted in processing and interpretation efforts as NMR technology emerged. His experience with unconventional resources and NMR has included data sets from several thousand wells. He has presented 42 short courses to over 850 attendees on NMR and unconventional resources. Brian has served as SPE Technology Transfer Speaker and SPWLA Distinguished Lecturer. Read More about Brian Stambaugh