HOUSTON – Probe is proud to announce that The Society of Petrophysicists and Well Log Analyst (SPWLA) have selected Jun Zhang, Probe Chief Scientist, as a Distinguished Speaker for the 2021-2022 series. Distinguished speakers were selected from the top papers submitted to SPWLA at the 62nd annual SPWLA Annual Symposium, hosted in Boston in May. These speakers are considered prominent contributors in the industry and the nomination is a coveted honor. Beginning August 30th, the Distinguished Speakers will actively participate in the SPWLA local chapters meetings and in the SPWLA monthly webinar program.
Zhang will be presenting the paper, “Case Studies on Multi-String Isolation Evaluation in P&A Operations.” The paper discusses the importance of cement sheath quality in plug and abandonment operations, as well in gas well decommissioning. Probe’s Multi-String Isolation Logging (MSIL) technology addresses the industry’s need to acquire data through multiple strings thus saving time and money by improving P&A efficiency.
“It is a true honor to be selected amongst the best papers submitted to SPWLA in 2021,” said Zhang. “This recognition is a testament to Probe’s technology leadership in well isolation logging.”
The paper presents various case histories of applying omnidirectional and segmented multi-string isolation evaluation technology in field trials in the North Sea.
View the 2021-2022 Distinguished Speaker Series on the SPWLA website, click here.