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1–3 March 2023
Bangkok, Thailand

2024 Technical Program

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108 Rock Evaluation Techniques

Wednesday, 14 February
Room 5
  • 1100-1120 23304
    Deep Learning Enhanced Multiscale Rock Typing For Digital Core Modeling
    D. Orlov, Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology / Digital Petroleum LLC; B. Gainitdinov, Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology; D. Koroteev, Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology / Digital Petroleum LLC
  • 1120-1140 23222
    Deriving Effective Permeability To Improve Productivity Prediction Based On Mobility From Pressure Measurement While Drilling
    X. Shi, Tianjin Branch of CNOOC Ltd
  • 1140-1200 23300
    The Impact Of Deep Learning Components On Denoising Micro-CT Images Of Rocks
    K. Alsamadony, G. Glatz, S. Hussaini, U. Waheed, M. Mahmoud, College of Petroleum Engineering and Geosciences, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals
  • 1200-1220 23322
    The Analysis Of The Pore Networks Of Glacial Carboniferous Reservoir With Digital Rocks
    I.S. Deshenenkov, Saudi Aramco; P. Tarabbia, A. Khalifa, Saudi Aramco Exploration
  • Alternate 23307
    A Digital Rock Physics Approach For Computing Archie Textural Exponents
    S. Al-Ofi, Baker Hughes Co. Saudi Arabia; H.S. Al Mukainah, A. Yaseri, King Fahad University of Petroleum and Minerals
  • Alternate 23268
    Enhancing Permeability Prediction In The Field Through Advanced NMR Scanning Technology: Leveraging Conventional Log Data For Improved Results
    A. Ramli, Petronas Carigali Sdn Bhd; W. W Mohd Zainudin, F.H. Kasim, Petronas Research Sdn Bhd
  • Alternate 23327
    Predicting Permeability In Sandstone Reservoirs From Mercury Injection Capillary Pressure Data Using Advanced Machine Learning Algorithms.
    F.A. Abbasi, G. HAIDER, NED University of Engineering & Technology
  • Alternate 23225
    Integration And Analysis Of Petrophysics Data In A Complex Carbonate
    S. Wahbah, ADNOC Offshore; R. Farmer, ADNOC
  • Alternate 23238
    Investigating The Impact Of Textural Heterogeneity On Quantifying Clay Minerals In Sandstones: A Controlled Laboratory Experiment
    A.M. Alqubalee, King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals; M. Al-Hashem, KFUPM; B.D. Al-Otaibi, A.O. Amao, L. Babalola, K. Al-Ramadan, King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals; C. Afagwu, KFUPM
  • Alternate 23277
    XRF Loose Powder Method Enables High Quality Near-Real-Time Analyses - Comparison To Pressed Pellet Method
    L.A. Fischer, M. Scola, S. Erdmann, I.P. Says, Baker Hughes
  • Alternate 23281
    Image-based Simulation Of Remaining Oil And Two-phase Fluid Flow In Heterogeneous Sandstones: The Impact Of Pore-scale Characteristics On Macroscopic Properties
    C. Li, Y. Lu, Y. Wang, D. Hou, J. Huang, Tianjin Branch of CNOOC China Limited,

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