SPE NL Presents:
Monthly meeting Monday, 9th of March 2015
Comparing Formation Evaluation Measurements Made Through Casing With Openhole Logging Measurements
Distinguished lecturer program:
By James Hemingway (Schlumberger)
Logging measurements in cased wellbores are almost always more difficult to make and tend to be more sensitive to the logging environment than the equivalent measurements in open hole. While not all openhole measurements are possible in cased wellbores, it is possible to make many of the more basic measurements in either open or cased wellbores. The increasing numbers of horizontal wells, especially in unconventional reservoirs, has led to a trend whereby the majority of new horizontal wells are not logged. Logging while drilling or deployment of wireline tools in long horizontal openhole sections are often not an option because of cost or risk factors associated with deployment. The introduction of pulsed neutron capture measurements nearly 50 years ago provided some of the first opportunities to conduct formation evaluation in cased wellbores. Over the years, new cased hole measurements have been introduced to make measurements previously only observed in openhole.
About the presenter:
James Hemingway started at Schlumberger in 1980 and has held various petrophysics and engineering positions since 1982. He moved to Paris in 2001 as a new technology adviser and has been based in Houston since 2010 as a petrophysics adviser focusing on unconventional resources. Hemingway has been heavily involved in reservoir monitoring of enhanced oil recovery operations using techniques designed for use in cased wellbores. He holds degrees in chemistry and chemical engineering.
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Monday, 9th of March 2015
Carlton Ambassador Hotel in The Hague, Sophialaan 2
Program: Social Hour 18:00; Lecture 19:00; Dinner 20:00
Entrance fees: Members € 30 Non-members € 35 Students: € 10
Please register before Friday 6th of March 12:00
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