Ingrain at URTeC!

Come and join us at URTeC booth #433! All technical papers will be displayed at our booth. 

"Applying Digital Rock Analysis to a New Anadarko Basin Shale Play"

Wednesday, August 3rd, 3:40 PM
A combination of traditional lab methods and Digital Rock Analysis (DRA) were used by the operator to calculate different cases of original oil in place (OOIP) over their acreage area. Join our talk and find out how this methodology was key to determine the likelihood of successful commercial development in this new area.
"Core, Drill Cuttings, and Well Log Data for Improved Characterization in the Wolfcamp Formation" 
Tuesday Afternoon, August 2nd
In the Wolfcamp, porosity associated with organic matter (PAOM) is interbedded with inter and intra granular porosity. Most of the hydrocarbon resource is likely to be stored in the organic matter hosted pores. A major goal was to quantify total porosity (PhiT), effective porosity (PhiE) and porosity associated with organic matter (PAOM) from core samples and use this data to aid in interpretation of the wireline log data.
Wednesday Morning, August 3rd  

In this paper, we present a framework that combines advances in DRA and Machine Learning (ML) to characterize rock samples at a large scale. The framework is based on the understanding that a rock consists of multi-scale rock fabrics spatially intermixed. Ingrain developed ML algorithms that can automatically learn about rock fabrics and their patterns. This methodology leverages the power of DRA and its contribution to a more accurate rock characterization.  

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Organizer AAPG


Mon, Aug. 1 - Wed, Aug. 3, 2016
10 a.m. - noon
(GMT-0500) US/Central

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Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center
900 E Market St
San Antonio, TX 78205
United States