Colo. School of Mines School of Petroleum Newsletter 2014, Page 38

Colo. School of Mines School of Petroleum Newsletter 2014, Page 38

FIELD SESSIONS

MASSADONA CONTINUED

Like they have for at least 35 years, both Chevron and Production Logging Services again helped our students and provided presentations to all three sections. Roy Cramer and Jordan Sayers led much of the discussion at the Chevron presentation. Roy gave field overview and CO 2 fundamentals talks. Jordan talked about the geological background and brought out labeled Weber core. Students were able to relate the Dinosaur National Monument outcrop slumping and interdune feature to what they saw in the core. The talk helped students see that geology isn’t so bad and in fact can be very useful. In Vernal, students were once again treated to Craig Stratton’s excellent production logging primer. We appreciate both Chevron and Production Logging Services donating their valuable time and resources to help our students.

Wow, who says engineers are not creative.

Favorite stop for students, TAs and faculty!

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