Course Evaluation Summary

Introduction to Log Analysis
Average participant rating 4.5 out of 5 stars
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September 27, 2017, Operational Analyst, Calgary
Overall, the course provided me a better understanding of Log Analysis. From its derivation to its technical use, it is a great skill to learn. Its a great course for anyone who is interested in Log Analysis.
May 15, 2017, GeoTech, Calgary
This was a great course that taught me the fundamentals of log analysis. There is a lot of useful information that I can use right away. I wish I'd taken this course sooner! Looking forward to taking more courses that will add upon this knowledge that I learned here.
May 11, 2017, Production Engineer, Calgary
Detailed and thorough course. I went from a zero on log analysis to functional. Larry Maple is a knowledgeable and clear instructor.
May 11, 2017, Completions Engineer, Calgary
I attended this course wanting to learn how to read and mark up a set of logs. This course instead provided me with a new skill set that is very practical to my job.
May 11, 2017, Junior Geologist I.T., Calgary
Overall I enjoyed this course. It covered a lot of material and gave lots of examples. The spreadsheets with built in equations are neat to have.
May 18, 2016, Rotational Engineer, Calgary
923/1100
May 13, 2016, Engineer, Calgary
This was an all-encompassing course. There was good variety of modern Canadian and US play type examples.
September 17, 2015, Deltastream Energy Corporation, Calgary
This course does a great job at going through all the mathematical theory with log analysis and a little bit on how the tools work. Even though there were a few Canadian logs in the course, lots of examples and course content was from the USA. The theory is still the same but it would be nice to see a Cardium, Montney, Duvernay, Bakken, Dunvegan log case study done in class. Almost all class exercises involved getting a .las file, copying pasting in to excel and generating plots for bulk water volume, porosity, Sw etc. Not a whole lot on examining logs qualitatively and discussing or looking at interesting case studies. I was hoping at the end there would be a bit more "tying it all together" as you look at each log individually and the calcs associated with it then move on to the next tool. The instructor was fantastic. Really helpful with questions and extremely knowledgeable gentleman.