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Lithological Interpretation While Drilling

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Overview: Covering the procedures involved in the collection and interpretation of drill cuttings samples. Includes sample depth lagging, correlation with drilling parameters, contaminants and so on.

Duration:Two days.

Suitable for: Personnel who will be exposed to drill cuttings and associated descriptions either at the wellsite or in the office. This includes geologists assigned to wellsite work, drilling supervisors and engineers, and biostratigraphic contractors. Variables influencing depth control are covered in detail.

Next classroom-based courses: 23-24 January, 2-3 May, 8-9 August, 6-7 November (all Aberdeen),
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Complementary courses: This course can also be combined with the Petroleum Geology for Non-Geologists course.

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