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Alexander Akinshin, Petrophysics expert of Tyumen Oil Research Center LLC

Candidate of Geological and Mineralogical Sciences

YouTube Lecture on ‘‘Consideration of the Textural Heterogeneity Effect..." by SPE Tyumen Section

Posted on 15 May 2019

20 May, at 1700 hours (MSK) the SPE Tyumen Section will hold a YouTube Lecture on Consideration of the Textural Heterogeneity Effect when Interpreting Well-Logging Methods in the Conditions of Terrigenous and Carbonate Sections.

The broadcast will be carried out on the SPE Tyumen SectionYouTube channel: https://m.youtube.com/user/spetyumen.

We will publish a link to the broadcast additionally.

Summary:

Today prospecting and exploration operations are often performed in structurally complex reservoirs. Often, the structural complexity of reservoirs is exacerbated by textural heterogeneity, which consists of the thin-layer distribution of interlayers and inclusions of various lithologies.

The textural heterogeneity leads to a deterioration in the correlation of and petrophysical parameters and, as a result, reduces the accuracy of determining the estimated parameters from the data of well logs. In addition, textural heterogeneities form oil microtraps, complicating the development of a pay zone.

Speaker

Alexander Akinshin, Petrophysics expert of Tyumen Oil Research Center LLC

Candidate of Geological and Mineralogical Sciences

Experience:

  • development of petrophysical models for complex reservoirs of Western and Eastern Siberia;
  • maintenance and protection reserves verification;
  • scientific and research work.

Additional Information:

  • participated in the petrophysical models defence in the State Reserves Committee (more than 40 projects);
  • author of numerous scientific publications and one monograph;
  • developed software for interpretation automatization of well logging and core research methods.

Teaching:

  • Tyumen Industrial University;
  • Tyumen State University.