Product Logging

This short course is vThis short course introduces basic concepts used for production logging in vertical wells and progresses to more complex cases of highly deviated and horizontal wells, explaining the application, limitations and evolution of the different sensors used in the PL services. Most importantly, the course empowers the attending delegates to tailor data acquisition programs selecting the best set of sensors depending on fluids being produced, well deviation, completions type and objective of the log. The discussion of the response and quality control of each sensor is used to guide the attendees on the process of interpretation, starting from individual sensors and evolving to the combination of two or more sensors to determine fluid type and its quantitative contribution by each of the producing intervals. This short course is illustrated with practical exercise after each topic and quizzes at the end of each day to help the attendees absorb and retain the important concepts of each day and to help the tutor gauge the progress as course progresses.ery suitable as a precursor to vendor training. It is aimed at the Instrument Engineer/Technician and the Automation Engineer/Technician.

At the end of tTo introduce the principles, applications, techniques and procedures for production logging (PL), including limitations and optimum configuration of the different sensors used for the production logging. The aim is also to help professionals with functional role or interest in this area to use PL proactively and to use the well information to design and plan data acquisition as part of the solution to flow assurance, well integrity and diagnosis.his course the delegate should be able to demonstrate:

  • A solid understanding of the architecture and operation of Distributed control systems (DCS)
  • Ability to design the overall DCS and process control system
  • Better specification of the planned DCS
  • Improved process performance for the plant
  • Understanding of the key ergonomic issues in design of operator displays
  • Apply advanced control strategies  to a plant control system
  • More effective use of your existing DCS process control capabilities
  • Design and create a consistent and effective alarm philosophy for any installation
  • Recognise and deal with human problems when interfacing to alarm systems
  • Day 1

    • Definitions and terminology used in production logging
    • Fluids behaviour and flow regimes at different downhole conditions
    • PVT and its importance to production logging interpretation
    • Spinner velocity measurement tools
    • Spinner response in different fluid regimes and fluid mixtures
    • Exercise #1, qualitative interpretation of spinner response
    • Pressure and Temperature measurements
    • Exercise #2, qualitative interpretation of temperature response
    • Fluid Holdup measurements (fluid density)
    • Exercise #3 computation of holdup from fluid density and PVT data
    • Fluid Holdup measurements (Electrical Probe Measurements)
    • Exercise #4 detecting first oil entry from electrical probes response
    • Fluid Holdup measurements (Optical Probe Measurements)
    • Exercise #4 detecting first gas entry from optical probes response
    • Exercise #5 three-phase holdup interpretation from the probes
    • Quiz #1

    Day 2

    • Quiz #1 review
    • Fluid Holdup measurement (Dielectric-capacitance measurements)
    • Exercise #6 computing Holdup from capacitance measurements
    • Pulsed Nuclear measurements applied to Production Logging
    • Exercise #7 estimating best setup for water velocity measurement
    • Spinner velocity quantitative interpretation
    • Exercise #8 computing fluid mixture velocity from spinner curves
    • Pressure and Temperature interpretation
    • Exercise #9 using P-T measurement to determine well stability
    • Slip velocity and holdups relationship (models)
    • Exercise #10 estimating slip velocity from mixture velocity and holdups
    • Conditions affecting production logging sensors
    • Production logging interpretation equations and techniques
    • Production logging interpretation equations and techniques
    • Quiz #2

    Day 3

    • Quiz #2 review
    • Production logging at deviated and horizontal wells
    • Exercise #7 estimating flow-regimes from fluids holdups and velocities
    • Principles of the algorithms used in computerised interpretation
    • Combining the production logging measurements
    • Single phase interpretation
    • Exercise #8 single –phase PLT log manual interpretation
    • Two-phase interpretation
    • Exercise #9 two-phase PLT log manual interpretation
    • Three-phase interpretation
    • Exercise #10 example of three-phase PLT and qualitative interpretation
    • Quiz #3

    Day 4

    • Quiz #3 review
    • Data acquisition planning
    • Exercise #11 practical example of sensor selection
    • Designing Production logging program
    • Exercise #12 practical design of a logging program
    • Practical examples of production logging
    • Quiz #4
    • Review of Quiz #4
    • Q & A session

This training course uses both conventional and non-traditional techniques. It utilises small group and facilitated plenary discussions as well as instruction to explore key concepts, models, tools and techniques. Hands-on exercises and case studies are used to practice the application of knowledge and use of skills. Structured reviews provide the opportunity to consider how the learning can be applied to the delegates’ own work.

  • D.McKINSEY AND ASSOCIATES Ltd Certificate of Completion for individuals who attend and completes’ Product Logging course.
  • Candidates who desire International Certifications shall be registered through our platform for such an examination.

3 DAY

D.Mckinsey is licensed to train and issue certificates by the following bodies;

–           Nigerian Council for Management Education, (CMD).

–           OGTAN (Oil and Gas Trainers Association of NIGERIA).

Kindly confirm space availability by calling +234 (0) 8023192104 or +234 (0) 9062386530 or send an email to info@dmckinseyandassociates.com, dmckinseytraining@gmail.com.   For In-House training programs / on request, please contact us using above contact details.

MAY 8-11

AUG 5-8

OCT 14-17

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