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Target Audience: Petroleum-Engineering/Production: Petrophysicists; Well Engineering, Geologist and Reservoir Engineers: Production operations supervisors; Corrosion and

inspection Engineers Course Level (Basic)

Acoustic Logging Resistivity Logging : shallow and Deep reading Resistivity Logs Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NWR) B. Open Hold Log Interpretations

Petroleum Engineering Concepts Shale Evaluation Electrical Engineering Concepts Course Overview / Objective: Understanding the basic concept and theory of well logging both open hole and cased hole logs. Emphasis on all types of logs and their application, quick look interpretation process and quality control. Explain the functioning of modern logging tools wireline and LWD. Shale Effects on Evaluation of SW Quick Look Interpretations Interpretations in Shaly formations The dual Water Model Open Log Interpretation workshop C. Cased Hole Evaluation Well Integrity a) The Cementing Process CBL VDL (CBL for average Casing to Cement Bond & VDL for Cement to Formation Bond) Ultrasonic (Fine Azimuthal measurement for differentiation between Micros annulus and Channeling) SCMT for average & Azimuthal cement bond below production tubing without killing well. Isolation Scanner : Application to evaluate

Course Contents :-------------------just for the guide lines -----Instructor has to propose the course outline day by day for each date
A. General Objective of Logging Basics of Logging Reservoir Rock Properties Reservoir Fluids

Open Hole Logging Logging Tools principles. An outline of the logging tools principles Nuclear Tools, Neutrons Log Density,

to contaminated cement and light weight cement and imagine of Single and double casing. Cement Evaluation Workshop (for corrosion and inspection engineers) b) Casing Corrosion Corrosion Principle Corrosion Mechanisms Corrosion Logging : ultrasonic, Multi-finger, calipers, electromagnetic (ETT) Casing Leak Detection. Casing Corrosion Workshop D. Reservoir Monitoring Basics of Nuclear Physics used in Reservoir Monitoring Inelastic capture : C/O rations used to calculate SW Pulsed neutron Capture : Neutron Capture mode used to obtain Water saturation CHFR : Cased Hole Formation Resistivity

Electric Sensors Flowmeters Flow Scan Imager E. Production Log Interpretations Estimating fluid hold-ups : Water Hold Up, Oil hold up and Gas hold up. Two Phase Flow Three Phase Flow Production Logging Workshop

Reservoir Monitoring Workshop Production Logging a) Production Logging Tools Production Logging Tools Types Optical Sensors