RMAG May Short Course

 

 

 
Online registration is closed. Day-of registration will be available at the door. 
Member Price (day-of): $200
Non-member Price (day-of): $250

 

Fundamentals of Borehole Imaging Applications in Conventional and Unconventional Reservoirs
A one day course discussing technology, applications and interpretation objectives

 

   Andy Duncan - Senior Geologist, Task Fronterra Geoscience, Houston

  May 9, 2018

  8:30am-4:00pm with lunch provided

Check in starts at 8:00am.

  The Denver Place - Atrium Conference Room (999 Eighteenth Street, Denver, Colorado 80202)

  Member Price - $175

Non-Member Price - $225

Student/Unemployed Price - $85 SOLD OUT (Registration at this price are limited and on a first-come, first-serve basis to RMAG members who are full-time students or unemployed. To register, please download the registration form found at the bottom of this page and turn it into the RMAG office with a copy of your student id.)

 Online registration closes on Monday, May 7th.

Day-of Event registrations are now available. You may register for this event at the door for an additional $25.00 ($200 for members, $250 for non-members). Payment for day of event registrations must be received at the door. Cash, credit cards or check accepted. Course materials will be available as a PDF Download. You will receive notification when available before the start of the course. Day of event registrants will be given a link to download the PDF. Please bring a device to download the PDF.

Refunds for the May Short Course are only available until April 25, 2018.
Refunds for all RMAG technical and social events, except luncheons, are only available up to two weeks before the event date. If you are unable to attend, your registration for all RMAG events are transferable. RMAG members may transfer their registration to another RMAG member, and non-members can transfer their registrations to whomever they wish. Should an RMAG member wish to transfer their registration to a non-member, the non-member would need to pay the balance between the member and non-member price.

Day-of-event registrations are non-transferable and non-refundable.

 

Abstract

The agenda for this course looks at imaging tool history and what technology is available currently and in the near future.  It will discuss what data comprises an imaging dataset, how images are generated and the basic elements of image QC.  The limitations of measurement types will be considered and appropriate tool choice for the desired application.

Structural interpretation objectives will touch on subsurface zonation, fault and fracture characterization and the analysis of in-situ stress indicators.  Sedimentological approaches will discuss lithofacies analysis, sediment dispersal and considerations for the interpretation of depositional environment.

The final topic will demonstrate how the value of image data can be maximized by integrating with core and various petrophysical measurements, and introduce some novel data applications.

 About the Speaker

Andy Duncan has worked in the Oil and Gas Industry for nearly 37 years.  Before joining Task Fronterra Geoscience as a Senior Geologist and US Onshore Business Development Manager he was most recently a Senior Geoscience Advisor in the North American RDS consultancy group within Baker Hughes. Previously, he was Owner/Field Geologist at his own company, Gattageo LLC, and has worked for Fronterra, Z&S, Robertson Research, Corex and Geochem.  He holds MSc (Sedimentology) and BSc (Applied Geology) degrees from Aberdeen and Strathclyde Universities in Scotland.  Designated as a Subject Matter Expert in Geology/Sedimentology by BHI in 2012 he has been training geologists for over 2 decades.  Andy is skilled in subsurface interpretation, and particularly in the interpretation of borehole image data, core and outcrop.  He is a Chartered Engineer (CEng) and Professional Member of the Institution of Materials, Minerals and Mining (MIoM3), SCA Life Member, and has Active Memberships with AAPG, SPWLA and HGS.

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