CWLS on COVID-19

Together, we are facing a truly unprecedented situation. The global coronavirus pandemic is affecting all of our families, business, communities, and way of life.  To that end, details will be posted on events as the situation progresses.

CWLS EVENTS

JANUARY PRESENTATION

January 28, 2021 @ 11:00 am

PREVIOUS PRESENTATIONS

September 16, 2020 Implication of Core Extraction on Total Porosity – the Montney Formation by Patrick Russell, Core Laboratories – https://youtu.be/G74sBr545ao   

June 3, 2020 Facimage by Kim MacLean – https://youtu.be/dZe3REy5ODA

CALL FOR LUNCHEON SPEAKERS

CWLS is looking for any potential candidates to step up and present at our technical luncheons.  If you or any co-workers have an interesting case study with a petrophysics focus, please sent an email to info@cwls.org.  

THANK YOU!

PARTNER / SPONSOR EVENTS

AFFILIATE SOCIETIES

CWLS is committed to engage our members with strong technical and professional development by providing technical luncheons, publications, educational resources and courses.

The CWLS is actively working to collaborate with other professional associations across our industries to help facilitate the exchange of knowledge, expertise and best practices locally and internationally. 

Upcoming CSPG Events:

        Gussow Conference 2021  March 10-11, 2021  Earl Grey Golf Course, Calgary, Alberta  https://www.cspg.org/Conferences/Gussow 

WINSTON KAREL CWLS STUDENT AWARD

The Canadian Well Logging Society (CWLS) announces yearly awards for engineering and earth sciences undergraduate and graduate students in Canada. The purpose of these awards is to raise interest and awareness of careers in Petrophysics and Formation Evaluation. Formation Evaluation and Petrophysics are the studies of rocks and their fluid properties as they pertain to the oil and gas industry.

This year, the Winston Karel CWLS Student Award is funded by Lois Decker, wife of Winston Karel. Winston Karel was a long time CWLS member and friend to the community who passed away on July 1st, 2015.

We are excited to announce the winners!

Best Student Thesis $1000 Award:
Jordon Curkan “Reservoir Characterization of Stacked Channel-belt Strata, McMurray Formation, NE Alberta Canada”
Best Student Abstract $500 Award:
Zahra Esmaeilzadeh “Mitigating the Risk of Induced Seismicity Associated with Hydraulic Fracturing in the Montney Formation in Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin”

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Secretary

  • Doug Clenchy
  • info@cwls.orgis