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Well Logging and Formation Evaluation

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ISBN-10: 0750678836

ISBN-13: 9780750678834

Edition: 2005

Authors: Toby Darling

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Useful for the petroleum geologist, geophysicist, reservoir engineer and the drilling engineer, this book is about finding out exactly where the product is and getting together the plan for getting it out of the ground. The basic tools used to do this are well logging and formation evalution.
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Book details

Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: Elsevier Science & Technology Books
Publication date: 5/26/2005
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 336
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.386
Language: English

Basic Log Types
Logging Contracts
Preparing a Logging Programme
Operational Decisions
Wellsite Mud Logging
Testing/Production Issues
Quicklook Log Interpretation
Basic Quality Control
Identifying the Reservoir
Identifying the Fluid Type and Contacts
Calculating the Porosity
Calculating Hydrocarbon Saturation
Presenting the Results
Permeability Determination
Full Interpretation
Net Sand Definition
Porosity Calculation
Archie Saturation
Saturation/Height Analysis
Core Capillary Pressure Analysis
Log-Derived Functions
Advanced Log Interpretation Techniques
Shaly Sand Analysis
Multi-Mineral/Statistical Models
NMR Logging
Fuzzy Logic
Thin Beds
Thermal Decay Neutron Interpretation
Error Analyses
Borehole Corrections
Integration with Seismic
Synthetic Seismograms
Fluid Replacement Modelling
Acoustic/Elastic Impedance Modelling
Rock Mechanics Issues
Value Of Information
Equity Determinations
Basis for Equity Determination
Procedures/Timing for Equity Determination
The Role of the Petrophysicist
Production Geology Issues
Understanding Geological Maps
Basic Geological Concepts
Reservoir Engineering Issues
Behavior of Gases
Behavior of Oil/Wet Gas Reservoirs
Material Balance
Darcy's Law
Well Testing
Homing-in Techniques
Magnetostatic Homing-in
Electromagnetic Homing-in
Well Deviation, Surveying, and Geosteering
Well Deviation
Horizontal Wells Drilled above a Contact
Estimating the Productivity Index for Long Horizontal Wells
Test Well 1 Data Sheet
Additional Data for Full Evaluation
Solutions to Exercises
Additional Mathematics Theory
Abbreviations and Acronyms
Useful Conversion Units and Constants
Contractor Tool Mnemonics
About the Author