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Diploma on

Integrated Reservoir Characterization


(Well logging, Core analyses and
Seismic)

Part-I
Overview:

This preliminary part of the course aims to increase the knowledge of the

geologists, geophysicists and the others who are working in the field of oil and natural gas
production. The attendees will feel that they became more professional, and know more
about the reservoir rocks, their properties, occurrences and characterization. The
comprehensive course documentation has been designed as a useful guide for future
reference.

Content:
I. Core Analyses:
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Coring

and

Sample

Preparation

for

Petrophysical

petrographical studies.
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- Measuring Porosity and density.

Factors governing Porosity values.

Permeability and classification of Permeability.

Measuring Permeability.

Factors affecting the magnitude of permeability values.

Specific and relative Permeability.

Porosity-Permeability relationships and Models.

Apparent and true electric resistivity.

Formation resistivity factor.

Factors controlling the electric properties.

II. Well logging:


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The definition and objectives of well-logs.

Wireline acquisition setup.

measurements

and

Classification of log measurements.

Natural phenomena.

Physical properties measured by inducing responses from the formation.

Borehole effects and invasion.

The effect of tool geometry.

The effect of logging speed.

The effect of hostile environments.

Logging equipment-surface and downhole.

The logging tool.

Tool combinations.

Log presentation and Data transmission.

Porosity and Radioactive logs:

Neutron, Density and Sonic Logs.

Gamma ray and Gamma-spectrometry logs.

Interpretation, Porosity and shale volume calculation.

Sp and electric Resistivity Logs:

Induction Electric log.

Dual Induction Focused Log.

Dual Laterolog-Microspherically Focused log.

Microlog and Microlaterolog.

Part-II 2D & 3D seismic interpretation


Overview: This part will help geoscientists to interpret their data very fast with practical
and theoretical explain so geoscientist get both all theoretical basics and all new practical
methods for seismic interpretation ,we try to answer both questions whats seismic
interpretation and how make good interpretations .
So if you take decision to join this integrated course you will get theoretical video for
all basics of 2D &3D interpretation and also you will get application video records with all
material and will enjoy with after courses discussion that will help you in real application and
will guide you to overcome all your problems through your real seismic interpretations.

Contents
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The 3-D Seismic Revolution

Physical Basis of Reflection Seismology

Seismic Acquisition and Processing

2-D vs 3-D Seismic Data

Beginning the Interpretation

Structural Interpretation

Stratigraphic interpretation

- Depth Conversion Concepts


Applications
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How interpret horizons?

Wells seismic tie methods.

Interpretation faults through seismic data

Application of depth conversion methods

Part III Seismic Petrophysics Integration


Overview:

This part will help geoscientists to Integration petrophysics analysis with

seismic interpretation result to identify reservoir characterization, understand your


reservoir rocks and fluids through accurate measurements and characterization

Content
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Crossplot petrophysics with seismic interpretations data.

Create relation between seismic data and petrophysics.

Geological interpretation along and how integrated with seismic interpretation

Course Duration
Seven days: Three days for the first two parts in addition to one day for the
integration.

Fees
750 L.E including: attendance, material, official certificate and coffee breaks .

Contacts
Tel.: 01140086862, 01120828201, 01005702196, 01201436800
Email: bsnabawy@yahoo.co.uk, mohammed_mohammed4533@yahoo.com,
Address: National Research Centre, Tahrir St., Dokki, Cairo.