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Cement Log Evaluation - In High Angle to Horizontal Wells

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Date:

Thursday, October 22, 2015 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM

Friday, October 23, 2015 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM

------------------------------------------------- Course Description:-

This 2-Day Cement Log Evaluation workshop will illustrate the application of cement logs for cement evaluation, which is essential to successful completions and meeting AER requirements. Actual log examples including SAGD and horizontal wells are utilized to illustrate different type of logs and allow a comparison for log quality and evaluation of interpretation techniques. There will be exercises of making squeeze or no squeeze decisions and discussion of influences from drilling and mud removal techniques. Included are practical guide lines for successfully evaluating cement integrity and isolation.

A complete set of course materials and lunch is included in the Cement Log Evaluation course.

----------------------------------------- Who Should Attend:-

This Cement Log Evaluation course will apply to those professionals involved in cementing, completions and work-over. Those solving problems particularly related to SAGD and AER approval. Those evaluating foam or light weight cements, which have posed unique problems and detailed techniques for those circumstances. Those involved in horizontal well completions today where isolation between frac stages is required and sometimes difficult to achieve.

-------------------------------------------- Course Outline:-

The following topics will be covered in Cement Log Evaluation - In High Angle to Horizontal Wells.

•Understanding basic concepts of CBL and quality control

•Reliable interpretation techniques

•New Technology - Its application and limitations in high angle wells

•The importance of tool centralization and casing standoff in high angle wells

•Identifying potential problems with cement isolation

•Advantages of multiple sensor detectors with acoustic logs

•Understanding new interpretation techniques available and new technology

•The myth of "Formation Bond"

----------------------------------------- Instructor:-

Gary Batcheller Gary Batcheller has over 30 years experience in field operations and training in the principles and applications of logs used in the Petroleum Industry. He has developed and presented log training courses world wide to over 1,500 students. His classes utilize an Interpretation at a Glance Technique developed by Gary through his many years of experience.

He received a BSc. degree in Physics from Texas Technological University, and is a member of SPE, API and SPWLA.

----------------------------------------- Venue:-

Ramada Hotel (Downtown Calgary) - Tuscany Room 708 8th Ave SW Calgary, AB

Directions:

The Tuscany room is located on the conference floor (2nd floor) of the Ramada Hotel. To access the room, take the stairs in the lobby or the elevator. If you need assistance in finding the room, please ask the front desk staff. There will also be signage in the conference center to direct you to the room.

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