|Cut Offs Seminar ‘Should we take a pay cut?’||2006-09-20|
|Basic Formation Evaluation II||2005-12-14|
|Petrophysics in a Mature Basin||2005-09-21|
|Formation Evaluation of Tight Gas Reservoirs||2005-06-21|
|Risk & Uncertainty in Formation Evaluation Integration from Exploration to Production||2004-09-21|
|Basic Formation Evaluation I||2003-09-10|
|LWD in Practice, Geological Placement to Maximise Production||2003-03-20|
|European Symposium – Reservoir Characterisation||2002-09-04|
|Formation Evaluation in North Africa||2000-06-19|
|Carbonates II Seminar||2001-12-19|
|Better Evaluation from Better Statistics & Geostatistics||2001-03-07|
|Production Characterisation from within the Wellbore||2000-10-11|
|LASER I Symposium||1989-12-13|
|SPWLA Seminar on Permeability 1986, SPWLA Seminar on Porosity 1988, SPWLA Seminar on Water Saturation 1988||1986|
|28th Annual Logging Symposium Vols I & II||1987-06-29|
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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