RMAG/DWLS Fall Symposium
Call for Papers
"Maximizing Value of Core and Fluid Analysis"
The Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists and the Denver Well Logging Society are teaming up again to present the 2020 Fall Symposium on October 27, 2020 at the American Mountaineering Center in Golden. This year the theme will be "Maximizing Value of Core and Fluid Analysis."
Call for Papers
The technical program will be organized topically and will attempt to provide cross-disciplinary collaboration between the two societies. We welcome abstracts in the following categories:
- Core facies modeling beyond cored well: capabilities and limitations
- Recent improvements in core analysis techniques
- Petrophysical calibration using advanced core analysis
- Fluid Analysis: Advances & applications to reservoir characterization
- Beyond basic core analysis: Geomechanics, wettability, etc.
- New analysis of old cores/cuttings: capabilities and limitations
- Case studies, Applications in Modeling, Improvements in reservoir characterization
We are interested in recent multidisciplinary studies, new core and fluid analysis technology, improved interpretations of core data showing improvements in petrophysical correlation and reservoir characterization, applications of fluid analysis linked to petrophysical interpretations and reservoir characterization, and new insights into petroleum systems using core and fluid analysis in US basins.
We welcome abstracts for the technical talks with a minimum of 500 words and up to a single page in length. Send you abstracts today and join us for the RMAG/DWLS Fall Syposium 2020!
Deadline for abstract submission is May 1, 2020
Authors of accepted abstracts have the option to submit a 4-10 page technical paper, with slides for course publication
Send abstracts to: Ginny Gent, email@example.com.