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Course Name
Turkish İleri Kuyu Logu Analizi
English Advanced Well Log Analysis
Course Code
PET 506E Credit Lecture
Semester 2
3 3 - -
Course Language English
Course Coordinator Gürşat Altun
Course Objectives 1. Introducing the well logging as a formation evaluation technique in details,
2. Determining rock and fluid properties from well logs,
3. Introducing concepts of both old and modern tools,
4. Presenting most common interpretation problems,
5. Addressing different interpretation approaches along with their limitations.
Course Description Information on rock composition, texture and diagenesis. Rock physics and pore-space properties. Magnetic, radioactive, elastic, acoustic, thermal, electrical properties of rocks. Conventional and reconnaissance interpretation techniques. Crossplotting techniques. Interpretation in complex lithologies. Interpretation in shaly formations. Evaluation of gas-bearing formations. The cased-hole logging job and formation evaluation. Well integrity and cement evaluation surveys. Fluid movement logs and evaluation.
Course Outcomes M.Sc./Ph.D. students who successfully pass this course gain knowledge, skill and competency in the following subjects;
I. to analyze and interpret well log data,
II. to identify, formulate and solve petrophysical problems,
III. to interpret conventional well logs,
IV. to generate reservoir characterization parameters,
V. to develop hydrocarbon production strategy,
Required Facilities
Textbook 1. Bassiouni, Z., 1994. Theory, Measurement and Interpretation of Well Logs, SPE Textbook Series, Vol.4, Richardson, TX, USA.
Other References 1. Smolen, J. J., 1996. Cased Hole and Production Hole Log Evaluation, PenWell Books, Tulsa, Oklahama, USA.
2. Cased Hole Log Interpretation Principles/Applications, Schlumberger Educational Services, 3rd printing, 1989.
3. Pertinent Technical Articles and Papers.
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