SPE ATW: Petrophysics XXI, Tyumen, 5-7 June 2012

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SPE ATW: Petrophysics XXI June 5-7, 2012 Hotel TYUMEN, Renaissance Conference Hall 46, Ordzhonikidze, Tyumen, Russia Call for papers- deadline May 21, 2012

SPE ATW

Petrophysics XXI

June 5-7, 2012
гHotel TYUMEN, Renaissance Conference Hall,
46, Ordzhonikidze, Tyumen, Russia

Call for papers- deadline April 20, 2012

Detailed information: SPE_ATW_2012_Petrophysics_XXI_EN.doc (725 Кб)
Registration form: SPE_ATW_2012_Petrophysics_XXI_Reg_Form_EN.xls (45 Кб)

This event is aimed at exchange of experience, knowledge and best examples in integrated interpretation of core, log and field data. The main topics of the conference: up-to-date core examination methods; creation of highly organized projects for analysis of well survey data and core information; specific features of up-to-date multi-well interpretation; examples of integrated petrophysical projects; complex reservoirs (the Bazhenov formation is of particular interest); special tasks of well surveying; non-conventional approaches. The target audience of the conference is representatives from leading oil and gas producing companies and geological and geophysical service organizations.

Planning to participate:
TNK-BP, Salym Petroleum, SEIC, Novatek, Total, Gazpromneft, LUKOIL, Rosneft, Tatneft, Bashneft, Surgutneftegas, Schlumberger, Halliburton, Baker Hughes, Weatherford, Russian service companies.

Programme Committee:
Alexey Khabarov – TNK-BP TNNC (Chair)
Victor Petersilie- VNIGNI
Grigory Yatsenko - Tvergeofizika
Vladimir Teploukhov- Gazpromneft NTC
Yakov Volokitin - Salym Petroleum Development
Alexey Alexeev- Salym Petroleum Development
Alexey Lubinets- Schlumberger
Vladislav Yatsenko - Rosneft
Victor Yefimov - SurgutNIPIneft
Alexey Malshakov – TNK-ВР TNNC
Andrey Malinin - Neftegazgeofizika
Mikhail Revva – Weatherford
Kirill Shmyglya- BP

Top-priority subjects of reports:

  • New methods for core sampling and analysis (unconsolidated rock analysis; the core with retained saturation; computed tomography; nuclear magnetic resonance; qualitative analysis of core photographs; flow experiments; digital petrophysics, etc.)
  • Arrangement of the core data collection and storage system (up-to-date databases; assessment of quality and consistency of core examination results)
  • Summary analysis of core data (generation of up-to-date integrated reports on core examination for development control tasks, integrated geological and hydrodynamic modeling and calculation of reserves)
  • Creation of highly organized interpretation projects (unification, structuring, aggregation and quality assessment of initial well data set)
  • Specific features of automated multi-well survey data processing and interpretation (development of smart adaptive algorithms for well survey data interpretation; aggregation of all integrated petrophysical model elements within a single process)
  • Examples of integrated full-scale petrophysical projects (examples of development/modeling/reserve calculation task solving; accounting of sedimentology/geology/lithology; forecast of permeability; agreement with field data and results of geological and hydrodynamic modeling; uncertainty analysis, etc.)
  • Use of special well-survey methods (poor-porous, bituminized, fractured, cavernous, microstratified reservoirs, basement/weathering crust rocks, saline rocks, etc.)
  • Complex reservoirs/Bazhenov formation/Abalak, etc. (низкопористые, битуминизированные, трещиноватые, кавернозные, микрослоистые коллекторы, породы фундамента/коры выветривания, засолоненные породы и пр.)
  • Specific features of horizontal well interpretation (quality analysis/data selection; accounting of anisotropy; matching of various investigation radii of well survey methods; modeling, etc.)
  • Petrophysical innovations (examples of author’s methods and processes for solving of complex geological and geophysical tasks and operational tasks)

Should you have any questions about conference attendance and registration, please contact Uliana Dmitrieva at +7 495 937 42 09, e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Detailed information: SPE_ATW_2012_Petrophysics_XXI_EN.doc (725 Кб)
Registration form: SPE_ATW_2012_Petrophysics_XXI_Reg_Form_EN.xls (45 Кб)

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