Fundamentals of Geosteering Workshop
March 4 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm$99
OHIO GEOLOGIC SOCIETY offers a one-day workshop. Sponsored by Ohio Oil & Gas Association in conjunction with the Ohio Oil & Gas Association Winter Meeting
When: March 4th, 2020 from 10:00a.m. to 4:00p.m. with one hour for lunch.
Where: Hilton at Easton, 3900 Chagrin Dr, Columbus, OH 43219, (614) 414-5000
What: Stephen Clark will first discuss the basic concepts, types, and uses of geosteering. Participants will be given a time-limited version of ROGIIs-Starsteer software to use in four exercises focused on horizontal well drilling in shale to demonstrate effective geosteering techniques, well planning, and data analysis.
Who should attend: Entry level or experienced geo-scientists, well operators, or those interested in or needing a refresher in planning, drilling, and completion of a modern oil and gas well, particularly in shale.
Cost : Professional rate $99 per person; Student rate $80 per person (student rate limited to 6 total).
Registration: For additional course information and online registration go to the Ohio Geological Society website at; https://www.ohiogeosoc.org/events/geosteering-workshop/
Overview: Geo-steering is actively adjusting the placement of a wellbore while drilling to remain within a geological target. Learn the basics of operating directional drilling and wellbore management software during this day-long workshop. Using real data from North American unconventional plays, registrants will learn effective geosteering techniques and be introduced to a variety of topics including communication of target changes, creation of structural maps and using geosteering interpretations, planning wells and post-drill analysis. A time-limited version of Starsteer software will be provided. StarSteer provides an all-inclusive, user-friendly platform for well planning, horizontal geosteering, and completion design integration for development and operations geologist or operator.