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Schlumberger Webinar Series

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Select from a rich catalog spanning E&P, Unconventional, Conventional, EOR, Digital, and more below.

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Upcoming webinars:

Title Abstract Date and Time Registration Link
Mechanical Earth Modeling for More Efficient and Safe Drilling Webinar Cover Ensuring the most comprehensive and robust geomechanical model is the key to deliver safe drilling and production operations. The proper choice of correlations and geoscience interpretations during well planning and execution ensures stable wellbores, mitigates well failures, and minimize NPT. This webinar covers borehole geomechanics, integrating measurements and drilling data; pore pressure model and real-time drilling geomechanics and more. June 16, 2020
11am - 12pm CST 
(US and Canada)
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Integration of advanced log measurements to reduce uncertainty of petrophysical evaluation One of today’s biggest challenges in advanced reservoir evaluation is solving for petrophysical parameters in reservoirs with complex mineralogy and varying fluid types. Join us to see how advanced well log measurement workflows in Techlog can solve these challenges increasing confidence in your petrophysical analysis and provide accurate reservoir decisions. June 24, 2020
11am - 12pm CST 
(US and Canada)
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Shut-in and re-start best practices for complex SAGD wells using dynamic wellbore simulation. Due to the complexity and high cost of ESP’s for SAGD operations, it is especially important for operators to have the best “re-start” and “ramp-up” procedures at hand, to ensure no damage to the equipment during re-start and ramp-up. Potential damage due to gas overload or lock up of the ESP and/or overburdening of the plant constrains are key considerations to be explored. In this presentation, you will see simulation of various sensitivities with our dynamic simulator (OLGA) to provide intelligence and guidance for best practices for these procedures. These studies can be executed quickly and within hours, results from these simulations can be reviewed to provide confidence in your operations plan. June 25, 2020
11am - 12pm CST 
(US and Canada)
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