Well logging is the recording of depths, geologic formations, and events encountered in boreholes drilled for subsurface exploration or environmental and geotechnical studies. Well log analysts process and evaluate the acquired data to help optimize the placement of wells or the production of water, oil, gas, or other minerals.
This session is for anyone who is interested in understanding the principles and applications of well logging within the context of oil and gas exploration and production.
- Objectives of well logging
- Data acquisition tools and techniques
- Data visualization and interpretation
- Application examples (petrophysics, production, pressure testing, cement evaluation)
This session will be held through ON24.
For any questions on this session, please contact [email protected].
About the Presenter
Edmond Ngalemo is the Managing Partner at Digital Partners Consulting Ltd, a firm that provides solutions to optimize geoscience workflows. He has spent more than 20 years in the oil and gas industry in field operations, technical marketing, and product creation. The first decade of his career was dedicated to well logging operation and data interpretation.