Evening Lecture: NMR Measurement of Porosity and Density from Drill Cuttings of Unconventional Tight Reservoirs, Stacey Althaus – Tues 19th May
As an update to our Evening Lectures, and as a result of the ongoing Corona virus situation, we will be holding this lecture online.
In order to do this, you will need to register ahead of the event to obtain the login details. Please use the following link to register for the event ahead of time, so you have the link to the meeting ready on the day. Registration and attendance to the lecture is free, so please encourage anyone else who may be interested to join!
This evening lecture consists of two talks:
The first is by Stacey Althaus who is joining us as part of the SPWLA distinguished speaker program, to present how nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) has been developed to accurately determine petrophysical properties including porosity, bulk density, and matrix density from drill cuttings of unconventional tight reservoirs.
The second talk will be given by Andrea Gasparotto from the University of Southampton, titled ‘Sediment dynamics and bank retreat in macrotidal settings’.
Please find the abstracts for these presentations at the link below:
Stacey Althaus, Aramco Services Company (SPWLA Distinguished Speaker) & Andrea Gasparotto from University of Southampton
Tuesday, 19th May
5:30pm to 6:30pm, Online - registration and login details to follow
Wine & Savouries included