GEOLOGICAL INTERPRETATION OF WELL LOGS MALCOLM RIDER PDF

Order this title This book presents a readable account of the various open hole log tools and the data they generate. In particular it provides comprehensive geological interpretations of the derived data, enabling the geologist to capitalise fully upon well log data. Early chapters consider each of the principal open hole logging tools and measurements made are discussed in terms of simple theory and acquisition of data. Integrated geological interpretations are then described, with examples in the book being taken from all around the world, although many originate from the North Sea. There are two completely new chapters Dipmeter and Image logs and many others have been rewritten or revised.

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Order this title This book presents a readable account of the various open hole log tools and the data they generate. In particular it provides comprehensive geological interpretations of the derived data, enabling the geologist to capitalise fully upon well log data.

Early chapters consider each of the principal open hole logging tools and measurements made are discussed in terms of simple theory and acquisition of data. Integrated geological interpretations are then described, with examples in the book being taken from all around the world, although many originate from the North Sea.

There are two completely new chapters Dipmeter and Image logs and many others have been rewritten or revised.

Extensive use of colour reflects the technical advances in logging since earlier editions. Readership: The geologist or sedimentologist using logs, or anyone who requires an understanding of the basics of logs and advances in the technology. Contents: Introduction - - The logging environment - - Temperature logging - - Caliper logs - - Self-potential or SP logs - - Resistivity and conductivity logs - - The gamma ray and spectral gamma ray logs - - Sonic or acoustic logs - - The density and photoelectric factor logs - - The neutron log - - Lithology reconstruction from logs - - The dipmeter - - Image logs - - Facies, sequences and depositional environments from logs - - Sequence stratigraphy and stratigraphy - - Concluding remarks.

It will also be of enormous value to geologists, particularly those without a strong geophysical background, working in this field. The price of this book is very reasonable

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Course Outline Summary This course is an introduction to the principles and applications of conventional well logs. Lectures start by considering the individual measurements but as the week progresses there is an increasing emphasis on combinations of measurements and the trends with depth. The climax of the course is an exercise to produce a robust correlation scheme using data from three wells. The correlation scheme is then used to choose the location for a fourth well designed to intersect the best developed reservoir. Differentiate the functions, physical principles, and limitations of logging tools used in a standard logging suite and their applications for geological interpretation. Demonstrate the differences between logs acquired using wireline conveyance and logs acquired whilst drilling.

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