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Schlumberger Tools Catalouge

Schlumberger Tools Catalouge

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Well Logging Service Catalog
CDEX/JAMSTEC Update 14 Sep, 2007
Introduction
Well logging
A well log is a record of one or more physical measurements as a function of depth in a borehole(From “Encyclopedic Dictionary of Applied Geophysics”). To measure the various values at once,one or more sondes comprise a tool string. Formation evaluation, lithological classification, andother geological interpretations are carried out from the logging curves or crossplots.Examples of logging data
 
LithostratigraphyPhysical PropertiesStructural GeologyLog-Seismic IntegrationCore-Log IntegrattionRock MechanicsSedimentologyHydrogeologyPaleoclimate, HighResolution○ ○
Gas HydratesNatural Gamma RayResistivityAcoustic
 
Neutron PorosityDensityNMRDip meter/Imaging● ●*1
 
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proVISIONSeismicVISION
EcoVISION● ●*1: FMI, *2: Ultrasonic caliper
 
 
Wireline Log and Logging While Drilling (LWD)
Wireline Logs are recorded by means of sondes carrying sensors which are lowered into the holeby a cable. Wireline Logs are done after drilling and tools are lowered into the borehole afterremoving drill pipes. Logging data are transmitted through wireline (cable) to the surface. LWDrecords bottomhole data acquired incrementally from sensors located in the drill string near thebit in a drilling well. Recording LWD are during drilling. Data can be transmitted to the surface inreal time by pressure pulses through the mud inside the drill pipe. Large data files (e.g.waveforms) are temporarily stored in the memory of the tool for later recovery.Wireline logging and LWD (from Schlumberger)

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