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Best of SPWLA

Wednesday, 22 July 2020, 1:45 p.m.–3:30 p.m.  |  Austin, Texas

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The Society of Petrophysicists and Well Log Analysts (SPWLA) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the advancement of petrophysics, log and core measurements, formation evaluation techniques, and hydrocarbon, mineral, and water resources. The SPWLA is pleased to showcase a selection of top-rated unconventional reservoir-focused papers presented at its Annual Symposium June 2020. The papers will highlight new technologies and techniques that are designed for the specific issues faced by operators in tight oil/gas formations and shale-rich formations. We will also examine the impact of near-crisis conditions in the oil industry, and how that has altered the approaches to petrophysics analysis and well logging.


Agenda
1:45 Introductory Remarks
1:50 Reservoir Pressure in Tight Gas Formations from a Pressurized Core System
Luis Quintero, Halliburton
2:15 Impact of Geochemistry and Reservoir Temperature and Pressure on Contact Angle Measurements for Assessment of Kerogen Wettability
Archana Jagadisan, UT at Austin
2:40 A New Method of Estimating Tortuosity and Pore Size in Unconventional Formations using NMR Restricted Diffusion Measurements
Xinglin Wang, Zeliang Chen, Philip M. Singer, Harold J. Vinegar, George J. Hirasaki
3:05 Integrated Reservoir Characterization using Unsupervised Learning on Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) T1-T2 Logs
Tianmin Jiang, Ron J. Bonnie, Thiago Simoes Correa, Marty C. Krueger, Shaina A. Kelly, Matt S. Wasson

Fees: Included with Registration

Venue

Best of SPWLA
Austin, TX
Austin, Texas
United States

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