In conjunction with Unconventional Resources Technology Conference (URTeC)

Petrophysics of Unconventional Reservoirs

23 August 2014
Denver, Colorado, United States

The course is designed to cover the various petrophysical models in the evaluation of unconventional reservoirs — coalbed methane, tight gas sands, unconventional oil and gas reservoirs. We will highlight the petophysical differences between conventional and unconventional reservoirs, and integration of geochemistry with petrophysics is emphasized. Additionally the impact of petrophysics on other disciplines — geology, geophysics, and engineering — is described. Examples of each of the unconventional reservoirs are included. The course should be of value to all involved or interested in unconventional reservoir appraisal.

Course Outline
  • Overview
  • Petrophysical models-conventional vs. unconventional
  • Summary of geochemical parameters in analysis of organic shales
  • Coalbed methane
  • Tight gas sandstones
  • Petrophysical models for organic rich shale sequences
Colorado Convention Center
Colorado Convention Center
700 14th St
Denver Colorado 80202
United States
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This course is offered only in conjunction with URTeC.
Digital course notes and refreshments included.

Sponsored By:


Michael Holmes Digital Formation, Inc., Denver, Colorado USA
Vicky Vicky Kroh Registrar +1 918 560 2650
Debbi Debbi Boonstra Education Coordinator +1 918 560-2630

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