Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Borehole Logging

NMR Tools Workshop and Webinar at 12 PM, April 10, 2018

Being held at Leonard Rice Engineers, 1221 Auroria Parkway, Denver, CO 80204


Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) geophysical logging is a technology that has been widely used for subsurface characterization of oilfields and shallow, unconsolidated aquifers. NMR differs from other hydrogeophysical methods because it is a direct measurement of the aquifer properties hydrogeologists are most interested in, water filled porosity, and the ability of water to move through those spaces.

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Tim Hopper (Qteq) and Jim LoCoco (Mount Sopris Instruments) will be providing an NMR geophysics workshop in collaboration with Leonard Rice Engineers.  Information will covered will include:

  • NMR Theory
  • State of the Art
  • Case Studies
  • Operational Considerations
  • Comparative Data

Please join us for lunch and NMR discussion.  Sign up online by 4/8/18 at


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