Have you ever been presented with a geophysical plot for interpretation at the end of a long drilling day and wondered how the data was collected and what it really means anyway? Ever wondered how the data can be used quantitatively, perhaps as a proxy to coal quality, or in the calculation of equivalent uranium grade, what geotechnical information can be derived and if the interpretation of petrophysical parameters can go beyond picking gamma peaks?
As part of the ASEG-PESA 2015 conference program, the downhole logging workshop is an opportunity open to all geologists and geophysicists.
With a mix of speakers from industry, research, consultants and service providers, presentations will include practical examples and solutions to the interpretation of downhole logging data and its quantitative use. The workshop will open with a fantastic opportunity to see the set-up of multiple logging vehicles and will close with a panel discussion where participants are able to question respected industry professionals about the future of downhole logging in the mineral industry.
Check the AIG Events Calendar for more details.