31 – Immature Oil Shale
What you will learn
- Specific quantitative analysis sequence for oil shales with immature kerogen
- “Computer ready” mathematics
- Answer oriented results, with quality control guided by core assays
This course covers the numerical log analysis methods for evaluating oil shales with immature kerogen, such as those in the Green River Basin in Utah and Colorado, Immature oil shales must be distinguished from tight oil plays with mature kerogen, sometimes called shale oil or oil shale plays (Lecture 34). You will learn the specialized knowledge required to calculate oil yield in US gallons per ton of rock and how to calibrate this result to Fischer method core assay data. Examples specific to this environment are provided.
- Crain’s Integrated Petrophysics, Lectures 1 to 11 or equivalent background.
- Basic understanding of geology and logging tool response.
- Oil Shale Basics
- Classifying Oil Shales
- Oil Yield from Fischer Assay
- Oil Yield From Log Analysis
- Multiple Regression Models
- Multi Mineral Models
- Oil Shale Analysis Examples
Target AudienceThose who wish to broaden their exposure to unconventional uses of well logs, including:
- Log analysts,
- Reservoir engineers, and
- University / Tech school students
Specification: 31 – Immature Oil Shale
About the Publisher
- Crain's Petrophysical Handbook
- Store Name: Crain's Petrophysical Handbook
- E. R. (Ross) Crain, P.Eng. is a retired Consulting Petrophysicist and Professional Engineer living in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. In a career that spans 50+ years, he has specialized in integrated petro... Read More > Read More
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