Complete Petrophysics Super Bundle – 39 Ross Crain Courses
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What you will learn
In this SUPER bundle you will get all 39 Petrophysics courses by world renowned Petrophysics expert, consultant and author Ross Crain.
It includes all of Ross Crain video courses, spreadsheets, quizzes and Crain’s Petrophysics Handbook modules covering theory, applications, examples, helpful tips, and trade secrets gleaned from the instructor’s 50+ year career. Full color course notes with Crain’s Rules, ComputerReady Math, exercises, quizzes, and free access to all META/LOG spreadsheet software are included — a true multimedia learning experience.
You will have 1year access license to watch lectures again and again. Each course comes with a certificate of completion that states the professional development hours upon watching the lectures and passing the quizzes. All together it amounts to 53.5 Hours of PDHs.
Individual courses sell for $99. Through this bundle you will get each of them for less than US$ 39. You will save US$ 2,340 by purchasing this bundle.
Description
This bundle includes all of Ross Crain video courses, spreadsheets, quizzes and handbook modules. It covers:
Courses 113 Petrophysics for Conventional Reservoirs: Introduction to Petrophysics , Logging Tools – Resistivity , Log Response , Visual Log Analysis , Quantitative Models, Quantitative Models 2, Lithology Models , Porosity, Gas Sands, Radioactive Sands, Fractured Reservoirs, Carbonate Reservoirs.
Courses 1426 Practical Petrophysics for Geoscience Applications: Rock properties, Closure Stress, Ancient Logs, Russian Logs, Dipmeter Tools, Structural Dip, Stratigraphy, Seismic Petrophysics, Log Editing, Synthetic Seismograms, Inversion, Vertical Seismic Profiles, Amplitude Versus Offset, Seismic Models, Cement Bond / Cement Integrity.
Courses 2739 Practical Petrophysics for Unconventional Reservoirs: Total Organic Carbon, Coal Assay, Coal Bed Methane, Shale Gas, Oil Shale (Imature), Tar / Oil Sand, Laminated Reservoirs, Tight Oil / Shale Oil , Tight Gas, Gas Hydrates, Metamorphic / Igneous, Geothermal Reservoirs, Potash Analysis.
Curriculum
 What is Integrated Petrophysics?
 What is a Log?
 Recording Logs at the Wellsite
 What Do Logs Look Like?
 What Logs Are Available?
 What Answers Can We Get From Logs?
 Uses of Log Analysis Answers
 Some Real World Examples
 Electrical Survey
 Spontaneous Potential
 Induction Logs
 Laterologs
 Micrologs and Microlaterologs
 Gamma Ray Logs
 Caliper Logs
 Thermal Decay Time Logs
 Sonic Logs
 Density and PE Logs
 Neutron Logs
 Nuclear Magnetic Log
 Elemental Capture Spectrography Log
 The Basic Petrophysical Analysis Model
 The Log Response Equation
 Definitions Needed to Understand Petrophysics
 Quicklook Analysis Rules
 Archie’s Laws
 Exercises 0
 Visual Analysis Basics
 Crain’s Rules for Visual Log Analysis
 Visual Analysis for Exercise 1
 Rules for Picking Log Data
 Picking Logs for Exercise 1
 Shale, Porosity, Water Saturation
 Permeability
 Cutoffs, Net Pay, Mappable Properties
 Productivity and Reserves
 Exercise 1
 Case History  Exercise 1
 Review Results for Exercise #1
 Compare Results to Ground Truth
 Integrate Logs, Cores, and Production History
 Revise Log Analysis Picks and Parameters to
 Match Ground Truth  Calibration
 Visual Analysis for Lithology
 Compatible Scale Logs
 Exercise 4
 Quantitative Analysis for Lithology
 2 and 3 Mineral Models
 Pickett Plots
 Effect of Lithology on Water Saturation Parameters
 Shale corrected sonic log model
 Shale corrected density log model
 Shale corrected neutron log model
 Nuclear magnetic resonance porosity
 Maximum porosity model
 Water resistivity from DST or water catalog data
 Exercise 2
 Case History
 Compatible Scale Logs for Gas Identification
 Gas Effect in Sandstones and Shaly Sands
 Add gas correction to the shale corrected density neutron complex lithology porosity model
 Exercise 5: Shallow Gas in Clean and Shaly Sands
 Exercise 6: Gas, Depleted Gas, Tar Sands
 Exercise 7: Gas in Clean Sand, Shaly Sand, and Gas Shale/Silt
 Basics of Radioactive Sands
 Basics of Low Resistivity Pay Zones
 Exercises 8 Radioactive Sand
 Transition Zones
 Exercises 9 Low Resistivity Sand
 Fractured Reservoirs Basics
 Definition of Fractures
 Locating Fractures With Conventional Logs
 Locating Fractures With Image Logs
 Case Histories
 Quantifying Fractures
 Calculating Fracture Intensity
 The Double Porosity Model in Fractured Reservoirs
 Exercise 12
 Special Considerations in Carbonate Reservoir
 Review Fracture Identification Methods
 Secondary Porosity Index
 Gas in Dolomite Problem
 Exercise 3
 Case History
 Exercise 10
 Mechanical Properties Basics
 Elastic Constants Theory
 Log Editing Basics
 Calculating Mechanical Properties Of Rocks
 Shear Modulus N
 Poisson's Ratio PR
 Bulk Modulus Kb
 Bulk Compressibility Cb
 Biot’s Constant Alpha
 Young's Modulus Y
 Modulus of Compressibility Kc
 Pore Compressibility Kp or Kf
 Calibrating Dynamic to Static Constants
 Case Histories
 Exercise 14
 Calculating Normal Pore Pressure Gradient
 Calculating Abnormal Pressure Gradient
 Calculating Overburden Pressure Gradient
 Calculating Fracture Pressure and Closure Stress Gradient
 Calibrating Pressure Gradients
 Calculating Fracture Extent
 Gamma Ray Logging to Confirm Fracture Placement
 Fracture Orientation from Caliper
 Case Histories
 Exercise 15
 Introduction To Ancient Logs
 Electrical Survey (FS Log)
 Normal Curve
 Lateral Curve
 Spontaneous Potential (SP)
 Laterolog (LL3, LL7)
 Microlog (MLC) Microlaterolog (MLLC)
 Gamma Ray Log (GR)
 Neutron Log (GNT)
 Density Log
 Sonic Log
 Shale Volume, Porosity, Water Saturation
 Case Histories
 Exercise 16
 Introduction To RussianStyle Logs
 Electrical Survey (BKZ)
 Normal Curve (Potential, PZ)
 Lateral Curve (Gradient, GZ)
 Russian Core Analysis
 Gamma Ray Log (GK)
 Neutron Log (NGK)
 Density Log (GGK)
 Sonic Log (AK)
 Shale Volume, Porosity, Water Saturation
 Case Histories
 Exercise 17
 Introduction To Dip and Image Logs
 Evolution of the Dipmeter Concept
 Modern Dipmeters
 Basic Continuous Dipmeter Calculations
 High Resolution Dipmeter
 Determining Dip By Clustering and Pooling
 Pattern Recognition Dip Calculations
 Stratigraphic High Resolution Dipmeter
 Formation Imaging From Dipmeters
 Resistivity Microscanner Imaging
 Dipmeter Advisor  An Expert System
 Auxiliary Dipmeter Presentations
 Dip Subtraction and Rotation
 True Stratigraphic and True Vertical Thickness
 True Vertical Depth
 Exercise 18
 Plate Tectonics  The Big Picture
 Diastrophism  The Regional Picture
 Subsidence and the Creation of Geosynclines
 Folds and Faults
 Petroleum Traps Formed By Structures
 Analysis of Dipmeter Data For Structural Features
 Choosing and Using Regional Dip
 Deciding What The Patterns Mean
 Classic Dipmeter Patterns On Arrow Plots  The Cook Book
 Case Histories
 Exercise 19
 Depositional Environments
 Stratigraphic Traps
 Grain Size
 Dip Spread
 Current Bedding
 Curve Shape Analysis
 Dipmeter Patterns in Sedimentary Structures
 Choosing Regional Dip
 Subtracting Regional Dip
 Deciding What The Patterns Mean
 Sedimentary Models
 Classic Dipmeter Patterns For Stratigraphy  The Cookbook
 Case Histories
 Exercise 20
 Seismic Petrophysics Basics
 Seismic Modeling
 Log Modeling
 Logs Used in Seismic Interpretation
 The SharedEarth Concept
 Exercise 21
 Log Editing Concepts
 Modeling Sonic and Density with Response Equation
 Seismic Check Shots
 Editing Sonic Logs With SRS and VSP Data
 Modeling Sonic and Density Logs With Trend Data
 Modeling Sonic and Density Logs From Resistivity
 Modeling Sonic and Density Logs From Neutron and Gamma Ray
 Modeling Sonic and Density Logs With Regression
 Modeling the Sonic Log Response From BiotGassmann Equations
 Gardner’s Model for Density from Sonic
 Exercise 22
 Seismic Modeling Basics
 Step By Step Procedure for Modeling
 Integrating the Sonic Log
 Acoustic Impedance and Reflection Coefficients
 Calculating Seismic Wavelets
 Convolution of Wavelet & Reflection Coefficients
 Case Histories: Synthetic Seismograms
 Exercise 23
 Seismic Attributes Basics
 Seismic Inversion Procedures
 Capturing Low Frequency Components
 Displaying Seismic Inversion Traces
 Case Histories: Seismic Inversion
 Porosity/Lithology From Shear Seismic
 Case Histories: Porosity/Lithology
 Vertical Seismic Profile Concepts
 Vertical Seismic Profiles On Wireline
 Vertical Seismic Profiles While Drilling
 Case Histories: Vertical Seismic Profiles
 Amplitude Versus Offset (AVO)
 Case Histories: Amplitude Versus Offset
 Exercise 24
 Seismic Concepts for NonGeophysicists
 Seismic Data Acquisition
 Seismic Velocity Analysis Techniques
 Calculating Seismic Velocity From Logs
 Calculating Interval Velocity From Seismic
 Time to Depth Conversions
 Seismic Velocity and Dipping Beds
 Exercise 25 (Self Exam for Lectures 21 thru 25)
 Introduction
 Types of Cement Integrity Logs
 Temperature Logs
 Cement Bond Logs (CBL)
 Cement BondVariable Density Logs (CBLVDL)
 Cement Mapping Logs (CMT, CET, PET)
 Ultrasonic Imaging Logs (USI, RBT)
 Casing / Tubing Inspection
 Ultrasonic Methods
 Electromagnetic Methods
 MultiFinger Caliper Methods
 Case History
 Exercises 26
 Total Organic Carbon (TOC) Basics
 Visual Analysis of TOC
 Passey’s “DlogR” TOC Method
 Issler’s TOC Method
 TOC Analysis Examples
 Exercise 27
 Coal Basics
 Proximate Analysis
 Visual Analysis of Coal
 Coal Analysis Models
 Calculating Coal Properties from Logs
 Coal Analysis Examples
 Exercise 28
 Coal Bed Methane Basics
 Sorption Isotherms For Coal Bed Methane
 Gas Content from Core or Samples
 CBM Gas In Place
 CBM Gas Content Models
 CBM Analysis Example
 Exercise 29
 Shale Gas Basics
 Sorption Isotherms For Shale Gas
 Adsorbed Gas In Place
 Log Analysis Model for Gas Shale
 Shale Volume in Gas Shale
 Kerogen Voplume in Gas Shale
 Effective Porosity in Gas Shale
 Water Saturation in Gas Shale
 Calibration to Core Data
 Free Gas in Place
 MultiMineral Model for Gas Shales
 Gas Shale Analysis Example
 Exercise 30
 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
 Exercise 31
 Tar Sand Basics
 Tar Sand Math Models
 Dean Stark Core Analysis
 Tar Sand Permeability
 Tar Cutoffs and Pay Flags
 Tar In Place
 Tar Sand Analysis Examples
 Exercise 32
 Laminated Reservoir Basics
 Resistivity in Anisotropic Reservoirs
 3D Induction Logs
 Alternate Models – Laminated Shaly Sands
 Laminated Shaly Sand Quality Indicators
 Reservoir Quality from Hester’s Number
 Laminated Sand Analysis Example
 Exercise 33
 Tight Oil Basics
 Shale Volume
 Porosity
 Water Saturation
 Permeability
 Lithology
 Pyrite Corrections
 Reservoir Quality in Tight Oil
 Tight Oil Examples
 Exercise 34
 Tight Gas Basics
 Tight Gas Geology
 Shale Volume
 Porosity
 Porosity
 Water Saturation
 Permeability
 Lithology
 Pyrite Corrections
 Tight Gas Examples
 Exercise 35
 Permafrost Basics
 Gas Hydrate Basics
 Drilling and Production Hazards
 Log Analysis in Gas Hydrates
 Gas Hydrate Volume
 Gas Hydrate Example
 Exercise 36
 Igneous and Metamorphic Basics
 Metamorphic Rocks
 Igneous Rocks
 Metamorphic Sand / Granite Example
 Porous Fractured Granite Example
 Exercise 37
 Geothermal Reservoir Basics
 Types of Geothermal Reservoirs
 Geothermal Reservoirs in Canada and USA
 Log Analysis In Geothermal Reservoirs
 Geothermal Examples
 Exercise 38
 Potash Basics
 Properties of Potash
 Potash Analysis Concepts  Older Logs
 Potash Ore Grade from Gamma Ray Logs
 Potash Analysis Models – Older Logs
 Potash Analysis Models – Modern Logs
 Potash Analysis Examples –
 Exercise 39
Target Audience
 Petrophysicists,
 Log analysts,
 Geologists,
 Reservoir engineers,
 Well engineering professionals,
 Production engineers,
 University / Tech school students
 Petroleum engineers
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