September Meeting Report

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1st September 2016 – The Dutch Petrophysical Society held it’s 2nd event since it’s revival in May, 2016 titled “Permeability and Capillary Pressure” at the KIVI building in Den Haag.

Sponsored by Shell, the event was very successful and was well attended by over 50 representatives of the operating companies, service companies, and independent consultants working in the Dutch oil and gas industry

The two presentations “Heterogeneous Carbonate Reservoirs: Ensuring Consistency Of Subsurface Models By Maximizing The Use Of Saturation Height Models And Dynamic Data” presented by Julian Hulea (Shell Petrophysics Discipline Lead & 2016 SPWLA Distinguished Lecturer) and  “Laboratory Test Methods for Determining Capillary Pressure Data” presented by Albert Hebing (Laboratory Manager – PanTerra Geoconsultants)