Practical Aspects of Core/Log Integration in Organic Mudstones and How it Impacts Business Decisions and Overall Cost of Value of Information
Joe Comisky, Devon Energy
Tuesday, 27 July 2021, 7:00 a.m.–8:15 a.m. | Houston, Texas
This talk will present several workflows and observations I use when reducing all of the various physical and chemical measurements we make in the lab to the properties sensed by the downhole logging tools. This approach also effectively identifies potential conflicts between cores and logs when one series of measurements may be compromised.
- 7:00 am–8:15 am
- In-Person – George R. Brown Convention Center
Joe Comisky is the senior technical advisor for petrophysics at Devon Energy Corporation in Oklahoma City. He specializes in the integration of various geologic and engineering data, particularly core and log measurements. Joe trained in geophysics, geology, and engineering at the Pennsylvania State University earning a BS and MS in Geosciences. He began his career working various tight gas and deepwater projects for Anadarko Petroleum and ConocoPhillips in Houston. Joe joined the petrophysics team at Apache Corporation in 2005 where he helped to develop integrated workflows for describing both conventional and unconventional rock, pore, and fluid systems in their international and domestic regions. He also performed research and graduate work at the University of Oklahoma focused on integrating NMR, capillary pressure, geomechanics, and mineralogy measurements for various Apache projects. Currently he is advising and mentoring the staff at Devon Energy in all of their US basins.
George R. Brown Convention Center
1001 Avenida De Las Americas