Houston Geological Society
Continuing Education Committee
Interpretation and Analysis of Old Logs
A One-Day Short Course
Petrophysical Solutions Inc.
Friday, May 6, 2016 8 am – 5 pm
SHELL WAS KIND ENOUGH TO PROVIDE A LARGER ROOM FOR HGS ATTENDEES! THANKS SHELL!
Well over 1 million wells were drilled in the US and the rest of the world before 1960. Many of these wells still form our understanding of the subsurface in most large fields and in smaller ones, too. What makes these wells particularly difficult
to understand and interpret?
A review of the early history of logging and the myriad of logging tools will be given with hands on learning examples. After class, students will be able to identify the types of electrical tools and the appropriate methods to properly interpret them.
Shell Woodcreek Complex
150 N Dairy Ashford Rd,
Houston, TX 77079
"Early Registration: $75 HGS, GSH, SPE members by 5 AM Friday, April 8, 2016
$95 non-members by 5 AM Friday, April 8, 2016
Registration: $95 HGS, GSH, SPE members by 5 AM Friday, April 29, 2016
$115 non-members by 5 AM Friday, April 29, 2016"
Laid-off HGS members may call the office for a lower price.
Seating is limited. Online Registration closes when Full.
We are sorry to say that there can be: NO WALK-UPs
Notebook, Certificate of Attendance, Networking Lunch, Continental Breakfast, Coffee and Break refreshments are included in the Registration price.
Doors open at 7:30 AM. Presentation begins at 8:30 AM