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From Petrophysics to Geomodel

LPS One-Day Seminar

From Petrophysics to Geomodel

Abstract Submission Closed – Register now!

On Wednesday 5th July 2017 the London Petrophysical Society will be holding a One-Day Seminar entitled “From Petrophysics to Geomodel” at the Geological Society, Burlington House, London.
The seminar is intended for general interest (as opposed to sales or marketing) and of an introductory level for people unfamiliar with the intricacies of Petrophysics.

The day will consist of a series of themed talks, on the upscaling of Petrophysical data to a Static Geomodel each lasting around 30 minutes including five minutes for questions. We are looking for talks on the ‘Best Practices’ associated with quality control of petrophysical data for input to a static geomodel from the point of view of both Petrophysicist and Geomodeller, for example:

– Data QC – what techniques to use

– MD and TVDSS issues – Datum, Depth control, Depth shifts etc.

– Porosity and Saturation Models – what models to use and when

– Fluid Contacts & Saturation Height Models – what models to use and when

– Missing Data- Data Interpolation and Consequences

– Case Studies – examples of putting it into practice

We shall also distribute the course material (after editing) to all participants for free, and these can also be purchased if you are not able to attend the event.

The Agenda with speakers and titles will be available soon:

Download PDF Here

Wednesday, 5th July
9:00am - 5:00pm, The Geological Society


The full day course will cost £150 for delegates (LPS is not VAT registered), which includes lunch, and post-seminar wine & savouries.

Students can register for free, but there are limited places available.

To attend please download a Registration form and email to:

Joanne Tudge
VP Seminars

Call for Abstracts

Abstracts should be one or two paragraphs including an illustration and submitted in Word Document format.

This seminar is intended for general technical interest (as opposed to sales or marketing) and we request that the talks are kept technical in nature, with the use of generic rather than trade names.

Submit all abstracts to:

Barry Setterfield


The Geological Society
Burlington House
London W1J 0BG

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