The CWLS InSite magazine and the CWLS Journal are seeking articles or papers. Please contact Kevin Pyke (Kevin.Pyke@nexencnoocltd.com) to have your material considered for publication.
The InSite is intended for short articles to convey ideas quickly in a non-demanding format. If you have an observation, or technique that you wish to convey to the membership, without writing a formal paper, the InSite is a terrific avenue. The InSite also can be used to inform the membership of upcoming events or just the general activity in the formation evaluation community.
The CWLS Journal is published every two years. It contains formal papers for those interested in formation evaluation. If you have a paper which would be of interest to the CWLS membership, please contact Kevin Pyke (Kevin.Pyke@nexencnoocltd.com). We are especially interested in papers that have specific application to Canadian formation evaluation.
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- May 18 – Tyler E. Hauck : A Reassessment of the Keg River and Prarie Evaporite Formations in the Athabasca and Cold Lake Oil Sands Regions
- April 20 – Joe Ramoin : Digital Rock Characterization: A Powerful Tool for Rapid Core Characterization and Quantification of Rock Properties
- February 17 – Zeyad Ben Zaied : Fracture Evaluation – Advanced Diagnostic Tools
- November 18 – Amy Fox : The Cost of Geomechanical Drilling Problems in Alberta Plays
- September 9 – Bob Barba : Liquids Rich Organic Shale Recovery Factor Applications
- April 22 – Terri Olson : Applications of Multi-scale Imaging Techniques to Unconventional Reservoirs
- March 25 – Shawn Maxwell : What Have We Learned About Hydraulic Fracturing Shales After 15 Years Of Microseismic Imaging?
- February 11 – John Chen : Meeting the Challenges in the Post-steam Era
- December 17 – A.C. Newson : Using Wireline Logging Dipmeter Data To Support The Seismic Interpretation of LOFF 8
- June 18 – Murray Reynolds : Optimizing Fracture Fluid Selection for Multiple Fractured Horizontal Tight Oil & Gas Wells
- April 16 – Amy Fox : The Value of Geomechanical Data: Examples from the Second White Specks in Pine Creek
- March 19 – Sam Green : The Need for Accurate Onshore GeoPressure Analysis and Prediction
- January 15 – Peter Elkington : InPainting and Visualization of Microresistivity Images
- November 20 – Robert Everett : Three Methods for Log-Derived Mineralogy
- June 5 – Rick Aldred : The Impact of Dependencies when assessing Petrophysical Uncertainty for Resources Estimation
- May 8 – Carlos Haro : Analysis and Implications of the Archi-Haro Equation in Modeling Resistivity of the Rocks
- March 20 – Jonathan Shaffner : Utilizing well log data for Geophone Array Placement in the Duvernay Formation
- February 13 – Robert Leveridge : 2D NMR and Restricted Diffusion Applications in Unconventional Reservoirs
- December 12 – Timothy Pope : An Integrated Workflow for Unconventional Reservoirs
- November 8 – Craig Barnett : New LWD Technologies for Unconventional Reservoirs
- September 19 – Nabil Al-Adani : McMurray, Dean-Stark and Archie
- June 20 – Ken Woodworth : Process Safety and Reliability in the Oil Sands
- May 17 – Reigh MacPherson : Porosity In Tight Sands and Shales
- April 18 – Matthew Power : What’s in a rock? Reproducibility of mineralogical analytical methods in the oil & gas industry: a shale gas case study
- March 21 – Jonathan Bryan : An NMR Case Study in a Conventional Oil Pool – Chalenges in Log and Core Analysis
- February 22 – Mohammed Helmy : Borehold Image Data and Multidisciplinary Implementations
- October 28 – Rob Badry : Dielectric Scanner: Introduction to Dielectric Dispersion & Field Examples
- October 19 – Steve Bailey : Closure and Compressibility Corrections to Capillary Pressure Data in Shales
- June 22 – Mike Seifert : Benchmarking Resource Plays Implications for Exploration and Development
- May 10 – Basim Faraj : The Buisiness of Shale Gas: How our Technical Work Fits Into the Relevent of the Business Model