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  • Interpret well logs and core data to estimate petrophysical and compositional properties of different formations
  • Understand the physics of nuclear, electromagnetic, and acoustic logs.
  • Analyze the effect of static (e.g. porosity, volumetric concentration of shale, water saturation, and volumetric concentrations of mineral constituents) and dynamic (e.g. permeability and saturation-dependent capillary pressure) petrophysical properties on well logs
  • Evaluate the quality of well logs & estimate petrophysical and compositional properties
  • Use well logs to identify rock types for quantifying reservoir quality
  • Make decisions for good candidate locations for completion and fracture treatment based on combined interpretation of well logs and core data

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  • Introduction to well logging techniques and review on petrophysical concepts
  • Quick-look and reconnaissance well log interpretation methods
  • How to use gamma rays logs, spontaneous potential logs, density logs, PEF logs, neutron logs, acoustic logs, NMR logs, caliper, tension and temperature logs
  • cross-plots techniques and some useful short cuts
  • Modern techniques for well-log interpretation and formation evaluation
  • Assessment of static and dynamic petrophysical properties based on combined interpretation of well logs and core data
  • Well log-based and core calibrated petrophysical rock classification techniques and their use reservoir characterization
  • Inversion-based petrophysical interpretation of advanced well logging measurements