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19th November 2019
Event phone: 020 7408 2000
Maximising the Use of Core and Core Analysis Data
Dr Adam K Moss – AKM Geoconsulting Ltd
Core is a valuable but under-used resource. Core analysis data can be used as primary inputs into reservoir and petrophysical interpretation models. This course presents strategies for maximising the use of core and ensuring successful data delivery and use. It is designed for those who are planning to cut core, and for geoscientists that work with legacy data.
The course included:
- Best practice in coring, core handling, processing.
- Heterogeneity, mineralogy and scale of measurements and their effects on core analysis data.
- Designing a core analysis test programme for all stakeholders.
- Understanding laboratory reports and quality checking of core analysis data.
- An appreciation and understanding of the fundamental core measurements: grain density, porosity, water saturation and permeability.
Teaching included a combination of short lectures, practical workshops and plenary discussions to consolidate learning. Attendees had the opportunity to share their own experiences, discuss data and explore any issues they may have had relating to core and core analysis data.
Dr Adam K Moss Bio
Adam is a core analysis expert with over 25 years’ experience working in petrophysics. He has designed and presented training courses internationally on a wide range of topics.
In 2017, Adam formed AKM Geoconsulting Ltd, to offer core and special core analysis consulting services to industry. From 2006 to 2016, he was the Global Group Technical Authority for Core Analysis at BG Group. He was responsible for all aspects of BG Group’s coring and core analysis projects worldwide. Prior to joining BG Group, he was the Senior NMR Petrophysicist at ResLab UK.
Adam has an established track record in teaching and research in academia, working at the Royal School of Mines: Imperial College (1995-2001) and since 2015, as Honorary Assistant Professor at Heriot-Watt University. He served as president of the London Petrophysical Society (LPS) from 2010-2012. He holds a PhD on the ‘Characterisation and Modelling of the Pore Structure of Reservoir Sandstones’.
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