|The Principles and Application of NMR Petrophysics||2011-12-15|
|Fluid in the reservoir: understanding capillary pressure and saturation height function||2011-09-15|
|Pore Pressure Prediction and Well Bore stability||2011-06-16|
|Infatuation with Saturation – Water Properties||2011-03-17|
|Basic FE VII Core to Log Integration||2010-12-03|
|Petrophysics in Unconventional Gas Reservoirs||2010-03-23|
|Basic FE VI Capillary Pressure||2009-12-14|
|Cased Hole and Production Logging||2009-09-10|
|NMR Logging Seminar||2009-06-08|
|Formation Pressures and Testing||2009-03-05|
|Basic FE V Push or Pull||2008-12-15|
|Basic FE IV Carbonate Petrophysics||2007-12-17|
|Integrating Rock Physics with Petrophysics for Improved Reservoir Characterisation||2007-09-27|
Russian Style Formation Evaluation,
edited by Bob Harrison
The London Petrophysical Society, chapter of the SPWLA, decided to create this formation evaluation manual specifically to help explorationists and geoscientists who have been brought up on a diet of high-quality, abundant North Sea data, to understand and interpret 'Russian-Style' logs.
The publication can be purchased through the Geological Society
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