2017 SPWLA Houston Chapter Spring Topical Conference
Date and Location: May 10th 2017, Chevron Auditorium, 1500 Louisiana St, Houston TX, 77002
||Registration and breakfast
||Formation Evaluation Using Measurements made Through Casing
||A Retrospective on Pulsed Neutron Logging and Interpretation Models – Yesterday and Today
||Petrophysical Evaluation in a Cased Well with Complex Completions: A Case Study Using the Next Generation High Temperature Pulsed Neutron Logging Tool
||The One-Stop Pulsed Neutron Logging tool for Cased-Hole Formation Evaluation: Case Studies
||New Development of Multi-Detector Pulsed Neutron Instrument for Quantitative Gas Saturation Monitoring in Air- or Gas-filled Boreholes: Physics, Modelling and Application
||Improving Cement and Casing Evaluation with New Post-Processing Techniques
||Getting the Full Picture behind a Cement Wall: Cement Evaluation, Petrophysics and Fluid Sampling in a Cased Well
||Multi-Rate Multi-Zone Production Logging and Testing to Monitor Waterflood Performance and Provide Real-Time Reservoir Insight for Stimulation Treatment Optimization in Deepwater GOM
||Support-Vector-Machine Phase Classification of Downhole Leak Flows Based on Acoustic Signals
||Fast Modeling of Energized Casing for Electromagnetic Detection and Evaluation of Deep Formation
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For any question about registration and event logistics, please contact our event coordinator Jeffrey Crawford at email@example.com.
The conference is off-the-record. No photo/video/audio recording is allowed.
Cased-hole logging and its interpretation has attracted growing interest when the market calls for more attention diverted into activities in cased wells. In the meantime, environmental concerns and regulation requirements have always demanded the oil industry to provide more accurate assessment of well integrity during or after production. Petrophysics has found applications in formation evaluation, production logging, well integrity monitoring to contribute to the various aspects of cased-hole logging. New technologies and interpretation methods aim to help operators and service companies move toward an direction of increasing revenue, efficient operation, and low cost.
This one day conference will be a forum for presentations and open discussions addressing practical petrophysical issues and challenges in cased-hole logging with updates on recent advances and sharing experiences.