June 2010 Newsletter
A message from the President
It is hard to believe that we are half way through the LPS’s programme of events for 2010. As ever, time marches on and there is never enough time to do all we need to do. I know it is often hard to get to the LPS evening meetings but I would urge you to attend. The standard of presentations is consistently high and it is a good opportunity to network with fellow petrophysicists and we even supply a glass or two of free wine.
Thank you to Iain Whyte for presenting BP’s work on the Integration of cased hole and open hole logs at the May evening meeting. Iain obviously enjoyed his visit because he has volunteered to work with Derek Thomas as VP Technology. Welcome to the committee Iain.
The June evening meeting is next Monday, 7th June. Daniel Hopkins and Nathan Thomas from Leicester University will be discussing their MSc research projects. Daniel and Nathan received financial support for their research through last year’s Iain Hillier Academic Award Scheme.
If you have ever pondered over which cementation factor or T2 cutoff to use in a carbonate reservoir then I am sure you will be interested in our next one day seminar, Carbonates III on the 16th September. If you have a paper you would like to present at the seminar or to register please contact Robert Webber, firstname.lastname@example.org .
All the best>
Adam Moss LPS President