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Trican Geological Solutions in association with the Canadian Society of Petroleum Geologists (CSPG) is proud to host a one-day Duvernay and Montney Laboratory Core Analysis Workshop, Wednesday, May 10, 2017. The objective of this workshop is to provide a hands-on and interactive experience for anyone who is involved with or deals with core samples and analysis. The morning session will consist of 4 technical presentations, while the afternoon session features a day-in-the-life of a core plug.
The speakers include Trican’s Ken Glover (Senior Technical Advisor, Geology), Brent Nassichuk (TGS Director, Technical Services), Albert Cui (Technical Advisor, Geological Services), Raphael Wust (Technical Advisor, Geological Services) and Jason Tucker (Team Lead, Rock Mechanics)
May 10, 2017 - Schedule:
The morning session will consist of 4 technical presentations:
Geomechanical data from the lab for reservoir simulation: What you need and what is a bonus. (Ken Glover)
New insights on the age-old debate: Understanding saturations and porosity measurements in unconventional reservoirs. (Brent Nassichuk)
Laboratory data-petrophysics: Why your XRF mineral model is important. (Albert Cui)
Core data vs. Cuttings data: Correlation and output with comments on the technical/financial value of the analysis. (Raphael Wust & Jason Tucker)
The afternoon session will consist of Duvernay/Montney core viewing. Groups will be able to see close-up the sampling and analytical requirements, and will witness the journey of sample plugs through their testing lives. This includes a step-by-step tour through the lab to show how various core data is generated.
Who Should Attend:
Anyone who is involved in the planning and exploration of conventional and unconventional carbonate or shale plays. This includes Geologists, Completion Engineers, Reservoir Engineers, Petrophysicists, Geophysicists, recent Graduates, etc.
For more information and to register, click here.