Questions about NMR Relaxation in Organic Pores?

Join Kate Washburn’s talk on “Understanding NMR in Unconventional Resources” at the SPWLA 2016 Spring Topical Conference. NMR is a commonly used method to characterize low porosity and permeability resources such as gas and tight oil shales. However, interpretation of NMR results in shales is significantly more complicated than in conventional sandstone and carbonate reservoirs. The presentation discusses differences in the NMR physics between conventional and unconventional resources, how the NMR response is affected, and new methods aiming to improve characterization and interpretation. There are also indirect results that suggests NMR relaxation in organic pores occurs through homonuclear dipolar coupling instead of paramagnetic impurities, contact us if you want to discuss!

Speaker Kate Washburn

Organizer SPWLA


Wed, Apr. 27 - Thu, Apr. 28, 2016
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
(GMT-0500) US/Central


Carolina Angel
6316 Windfern Rd
Houston, TX 77040
United States