Canstrat conducts a two-day course on sample logging that will educate geologists about how drill cuttings are analyzed on the wellsite.
This basic course provides the geologist with sample logging techniques and teaches them a systematic method of describing drill cuttings.
Students will learn very quickly how to use a microscope and various other tools to identify the basic petrographic properties of clastic and carbonate rocks. Our method is world renowned and sets the industry standard. Students will be provided with a microscope and light source to use during the course. Students also receive a course binder with pertinent course information and material.
Class hours are from 8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
It is recommended that students have a Bachelor's degree majoring in Geology, be a Geological Technologist with accreditation from a technical school, or have worked as a mudlogger.
Students who do not have these prerequisites must speak with a Canstrat technician at (403) 284-1112 prior to registration in order to determine if this course is right for you.
Prospective students who are trained in science but not in geology should prepare themselves for this course by reading textbooks in advance on general geology, with emphasis on sedimentary rocks including carbonates, clastics, evaporites and chert and their classification systems.
Instructor: Tony Raimondi, B.Sc., former President of Canadian Stratigraphic Services (2000) Ltd.
Fee: $900 + GST
(50% discount for students and in transition oil and gas geologists)
Students must notify Canstrat 7 business days before the course start date of cancellation in order to receive a full refund. If cancellation occurs within 7 business days of the start date 50% of the paid amount will be kept by Canstrat as an administration fee.
Please be aware that classes fill quickly. You can pre-register online by clicking the Register button in the available class times below.
Clastics and Carbonates Course October 2017
Clastics and Carbonates Sample Logging October 2017
|Event Date||Oct 02, 2017 8:30 am|
|Event End Date||Oct 03, 2017 4:00 pm|