Course description

 Production logging refers to a suite of logs that are normally run on completed injection or production wells to evaluate the performance of the well itself or of the reservoir as a whole. Other production logs can evaluate the well completion or look behind pipe to evaluate the formation and its fluids in the near-well vicinity. Production logs are playing an increasing role in modern reservoir management by providing the only means of identifying downhole fluid movements directly. This course will cover fluid flow in pipes (both single and multiphase flow), the theoretical bases of production logging techniques, production log interpretation, and operational considerations. 


Petroleum and drilling engineers and managers, reservoir engineers, production engineers/technologists, petrophysicists, log analysts, and anyone interested in understanding what production logs and cased-hole surveys.


Course content

•    Problem identification and solution with production logs
•    Temperature logs
•    Radioactive tracer logs
•    Spinner flowmeter logs
•    Log combinations for injection well profiling
•    Multiphase flow effects
•    Deflector or basket flowmeters
•    Fluid density logs
•    Fluid capacitance logs
•    Slip velocity correlations
•    Multiphase log interpretation
•    Noise logs
•    Cement bond logs
•    Ultrasonic pulse-echo logs
•    Pulsed neutron logs for flow identification
•    Horizontal well production logs

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