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Knowledge and Data Transfer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-1
Real-Time Operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-1 Real-Time Data/Solution Delivery. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-1 HalLink® Satellite Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-2 InSite Anywhere® Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-3

Reservoir Evaluation Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-1
Petrophysics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-1 MRI Petrophysics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-1 MRIL® Simultaneous T1 and T2 Measurements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-1 MRIAN™ Magnetic Resonance Imaging Analysis. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-2 Time Domain Analysis (TDA). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-4 Diffusion Analysis (DIFAN) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-5 Enhanced Diffusion Method™ (EDM™) Technique . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-6 Heavy Oil MRIANSM Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-7 StiMRIL™ Process . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-8 Volumetric Petrophysics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-10 Chi Modeling® Computation Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-10 ULTRA™ Module Suite . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-12 SASHA™ Shaly Sand Analysis. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-14 CORAL™ Complex Lithology Analysis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-15 LARA™ Laminated Reservoir Analysis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-16 Reservoir Characterization . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-17 Borehole Image Analysis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-17 AutoDip™ and TrendSetter™ Services. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-17 AutoDip Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-18 TrendSetter Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-18 ReadyView™ Open-Hole Imaging System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-20 Facies Profile . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-22 Net2Gross Sand Count . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-24 ImagePerm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-25 Borehole Geophysics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-26 Wellbore Seismic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-26 High Resolution Seismic Imaging—(Near Offset VSP, Fixed Offset VSP, Walkaways, 3D VSP, Salt Proximity Surveys, Microseismic Surveys) . . . . . . . . .2-26 Reservoir Geophysics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-27 Long Array Multi-Component Acquisition Tools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-27 GeoChain VSP Downhole Receiver Array . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-27 Synthetic Seismic and Sonic Log Calibration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-27 Vertical Incidence Vertical Seismic Profiling (VIVSP) Analysis . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-28 ExactFrac® Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-29 Acoustics and Rock Properties. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-30

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Anisotropy Analysis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-30 RockXpert2™ Analysis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-32 FracXpert™ Analysis. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-34 AcidXpert™ Analysis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-36 Reservoir and Production Engineering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-38 Reservoir Testing Studio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-38 RTS™ Reservoir Testing Studio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-38 Pressure Time Plot . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-38 Exact™ Buildup Analysis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-39 Exact Anisotropy Analysis Plot . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-39 FasTest® Buildup Analysis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-40 Horner Time Plots . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-40 Log-Log Derivative Analysis Plot . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-41 PVT Analysis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-42 Formation Test Summary Program (FTS) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-42 Well Testing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-44 Well Test Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-44 Well Test Analysis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-46 Multi-Layered Analysis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-47 Reservoir Evaluation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-48 SigmaSat™ Model . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-48 CarbOxSat™ Model. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-49 TripleSat™ Model . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-50 Production Logging Analysis. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-51 Production Logging Analysis. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-51 FloImager® Analysis Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-54 FloImager® 3D Software Analysis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-54

Open-Hole Wireline Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-1
Resistivity. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-1 ACRt™ Array Compensated Resistivity Tool System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-1 HRAI™ High Resolution Array Induction Tool . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-3 HRI™ High Resolution Induction Tool. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-4 DLL™ Dual Laterolog Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-6 MSFL™ Micro-Spherically Focused Log and Microlog (ML) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-7 HFDT™ High Frequency Dielectric Tool . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-8 Imaging. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-9 EMI™ Electrical Micro Imaging Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-9 XRMI™ X-Tended Range Micro Imager Tool . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-11 OMRI™ Oil-Based Micro-Imager Tool . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-13 CAST-V™ Circumferential Acoustic Scanning Tool-Visualization. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-15 SED™ Six Arm Dipmeter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-16 Nuclear . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-17 SDL™ Spectral Density Log . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-17

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DSN™ Dual-Spaced Neutron Tool . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-19 DSEN™ Dual-Spaced Epithermal Neutron Log Tool . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-21 CSNG™ Compensated Spectral Natural Gamma Ray . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-22 Acoustics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-24 BSAT Borehole Compensated Sonic Array Tool . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-24 WaveSonic® Tool. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-25 FWS™ Full Wave Sonic Tool . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-27 NMR. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-29 MRIL-XL™ and MRIL®-Prime Magnetic Resonance Image Logging Tools . . . . . . .3-29 MRILab® Magnetic Resonance Image Fluid Analyzer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-31 Borehole Geophysics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-33 Wellbore Seismic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-33 High Resolution Seismic Imaging—(Near Offset VSP, Fixed Offset VSP, Walkaways, 3D VSP, Salt Proximity Surveys, Microseismic Surveys) . . . . . . . . .3-33 Reservoir Geophysics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-34 Long Array Multi-Component Acquisition Tools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-34 GeoChain VSP Downhole Receiver Array . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-34 Synthetic Seismic and Sonic Log Calibration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-34 Vertical Incidence Vertical Seismic Profiling (VIVSP) Analysis . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-35 ExactFrac® Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-36 Sampling. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-37 RDT™ Reservoir Description Tool . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-37 DPS Dual Probe Section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-39 Oval Pad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-39 Straddle Packer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-39 FPS Flow-Control Pump-Out Section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-39 QGS Quartz Gauge Section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-39 MRILab Section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-40 MCS Multi Chamber Section. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-40 CVS Chamber Valve Section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-40 SFT-IV™ Sequential Formation Tester IV Tool . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-41 SFTT™ Sequential Formation Test Tool. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-42 RSCT™ Rotary Sidewall Coring Tool . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-43 SWC™ Side Wall Coring Tool . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-45 HRSCT™ Hostile Rotary Side Wall Coring Tool . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-46 Hydraulic Valve Section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-46 Motor Drive Section. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-46 Mandrel Section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-46 Hostile—Slimhole Formation Evaluation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-47 HEAT™ Hostile Environment Applications Tool Suite . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-47 HEDL™ Hostile Environment Dual Laterolog Tool . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-48 HFWS™ Hostile Full Wave Sonic Tool . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-49 HSDL™ Hostile Spectral Density Log . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-51 HDSN™ Hostile Dual-Spaced Neutron Tool . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-53

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HNGR™ Hostile Natural Gamma Ray Tool . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-55 HSFT™ Hostile Sequential Formation Tester Tool. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-56 Auxiliary Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-57 Multi-Conductor LockJar®* System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-57 Borehole Conditions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-58 RWCH™ Releaseable Wireline Cable Head . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-59 Toolpusher™ Logging (TPL) Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-60 CTL™ Coiled Tubing Logging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-62 BHPT™ Borehole Properties Tool . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-63 FIAC™ Four Independent Arm Caliper Tool . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-65 SDDT™ Stand-Alone DITS™ Directional Tool . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-67

Cased-Hole Wireline Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-1
Formation Evaluation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-1 TMD-L™ Thermal Multigate Decay-Lithology Logging Tool. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-1 RMT Elite™ Reservoir Monitor Tool . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-3 Spectra Flow™ Logging Service (SpFl) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-5 DSN™ Dual-Spaced Neutron Tool . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-7 FCMT™ Formation Compaction Monitoring Tool . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-9 CASE™ Casing Evaluation and Inspection Software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-10 Through Casing Acoustic Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-12 WaveSonic® Tool. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-12 FWS™ Full Wave Sonic Tool . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-14 HFWS™ Hostile Full Wave Sonic Tool . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-16 Production Logging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-18 Production Logging Tools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-18 Memory Production Logging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-18 Electric Line Production Logging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-18 FloImager® Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-21 GHT™ Gas Holdup Tool . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-23 MPL™ Memory Production Logging Tool . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-24 Quartz Pressure Tool . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-27 Casing and Tubing Evaluation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-28 MAC™ Multi-Arm Caliper Tool . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-28 CAST-V™ Circumferential Acoustic Scanning Tool-Visualization. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-29 The FASTCAST™ Fast Circumferential Acoustic Scanning Tool . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-31 Cement Evaluation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-33 Cement Bond Log (CBL) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-33 Radial Cement Bond Tools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-35 ACE™ Advanced Cement Evaluation Process . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-37 Mechanical Services. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-39 Pipe Recovery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-39 Chemical Cutter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-39 Tubing Cutters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-42
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Super Tubing Cutters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-44 Coiled Tubing Cutters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-46 Casing and Drillpipe Cutters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-48 C-4 Casing Cutters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-50 Drill Collar Severing Tool . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-51 Junk Shot . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-53 Plug Setting Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-54 EZ Drill® Bridge Plugs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-54 Fas Drill® Bridge Plugs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-55

Perforating Solutions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-1
Shaped Charges . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-1 MaxForce™ Shaped Charges. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-1 Dominator® Shaped Charges . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-2 Mirage® Shaped Charges . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-3 Maxim™ Shaped Charges . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-5 KISS™ Low-Damage Perforating Charge. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-6 Gun Systems. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-10 VannGun® Assemblies. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-10 1 9/16 in. to 7 in. and 4 SPF to 21 SPF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-10 VannGun Phasing and Shot Patterns . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-11 0° Phasing 4 and 5 SPF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-11 60° Phasing 4, 5, and 6 SPF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-11 90° Phasing 4 SPF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-12 180° Phasing 4 and 8 SPF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-12 60° Phasing 6 SPF Two Planes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-13 45°/135° Phasing 5, 6, 8, 12, and 18 SPF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-13 140°/160° Phasing 11 SPF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-14 51.4°/154.3° Phasing 12 SPF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-14 30°/150° Phasing 12 SPF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-14 25.7°/128.5° Phasing 14 SPF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-15 60°/120° Phasing 18 and 21 SPF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-15 138° Phasing 14 SPF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-15 Tensile Ratings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-16 1 9/16-in. Premium VannGun Assemblies. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-16 2-in. Premium VannGun Assemblies. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-17 2 1/2-in. Premium VannGun Assemblies. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-18 2 3/4-in. Premium VannGun Assemblies. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-19 2 7/8-in. Premium VannGun Assemblies. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-20 3 3/8-in. Premium VannGun Assemblies. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-21 4-in. Premium VannGun Assemblies. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-23 4 1/2-in. Premium VannGun Assemblies. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-24 4 5/8-in. Premium VannGun Assemblies. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-25 4 3/4-in. Premium VannGun Assemblies. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-28 5-in. Premium VannGun Assemblies. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-29

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5 1/8-in. Premium VannGun® Assemblies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-31 5 3/4-in. Premium VannGun Assemblies. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-33 6-in. Premium VannGun Assemblies. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-33 6 1/2-in. Premium VannGun Assemblies. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-34 6 1/2-in. High-Pressure Premium VannGun Assemblies. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-35 7-in. Premium VannGun Assemblies. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-36 Capsule Gun Systems. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-41 Dyna-Star® Capsule Gun . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-41 Deep Star™ Capsule Gun . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-42 1.6875-in. and 2.125-in. Deep Star Debris Fill Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-43 Ported Gun Perforating System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-44 Firing Heads . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-45 Detonation Interruption Device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-45 Mechanical Firing Head . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-46 Model II-D Mechanical Firing Head . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-47 Model III-D Mechanical Firing Head . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-48 Pressure-Actuated Firing Head . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-49 Model K and K-II Firing Heads . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-50 Model KV-II Firing Head . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-51 Time-Delay Firer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-52 Multiaction-Delay Firing Head . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-53 Annulus Pressure Firer-Control Line . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-54 Annulus Pressure Transfer Reservoir. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-55 Slimhole Annulus Pressure Firer—Internal Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-56 5-in. Annulus Pressure Transfer Reservoir . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-56 3 1/8-in. Internal Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-56 3 1/8-in. Annulus Pressure Transfer Reservoir—Internal Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-56 Differential Firing Head . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-57 Hydraulic Actuator Firing Head and Swivel-Type Hydraulic Actuator Firing Head. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-58 Mechanical Metering Hydraulic-Delay Firing Head . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-59 Slickline-Retrievable Mechanical Firing Head . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-60 Slickline-Retrievable Time-Delay Firer Firing Head. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-62 Extended Delay Fuses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-63 Modular Mechanical Firing Head . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-64 Side-Pocket Mandrel Firing Head . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-66 Annulus Pressure Crossover Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-67 EZ Cycle™ Multi-Pressure Cycle Firing Head . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-68 Pump-Through Firing Head . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-70 Ancillary Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-71 Fill Disk Assembly. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-71 Balanced Isolation Tool . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-72 Ratchet Gun Connector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-74 AutoLatch™ Release Gun Connector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-75

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Isolation Sub-Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-76 Quick Torque™ Connector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-77 Detach™ Separating Gun Connector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-79 Rathole Length Restriction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-79 Rigless Completion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-79 EZ Pass™ Gun Hanger . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-80 Automatic-Release Gun Hanger—Rotational Set . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-82 Automatic-Release Gun Hanger—Automatic-J Mandrel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-84 Explosive Transfer Swivel Sub . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-86 Shearable Safety Sub . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-87 Roller Tandem Assembly. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-88 Centralizer Tandem . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-89 Emergency Release Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-90 Annular Pressure-Control Line Vent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-91 Annular Pressure-Control Line Swivel Sub . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-92 Annular Pressure-Control Line Tubing Release . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-93 Bar Pressure Vent. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-94 Below-Packer Vent Device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-95 Maximum Differential Bar Vent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-96 Pressure-Operated Vent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-97 Vann™ Circulating Valve . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-98 Automatic Release . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-99 Mechanical Tubing Release . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-101 Pressure-Actuated Tubing Release. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-103 DPU® Downhole Power Unit. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-104 SmartETD® Advanced Electronic Triggering Device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-105 Y-Block Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-106 Non-Ported . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-106 Ported . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-106 Gun Guides. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-107 Hydraulic Metering Release Tool for the Single Trip System (STPP™-GH) Tool. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-108 Fast Gauge Recorder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-110 Gamma Perforator Logging Tool . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-112 Detonators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-113 Capsule RED® Detonators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-113 RED GO™-Style Thermal Igniter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-114 Block RED Detonators. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-115 Top Fire RED Detonators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-116 Dynamic Modeling. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-117 PerfPro® Process . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-117 PerfPro Process–Predicting In-Situ Charge Performance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-117 Near-Wellbore Stimulation and PulsFrac™ Software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-120 EOB - Energized Fluid Stimulation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-120

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. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-6 Otis Gauge Cutter and Swaging Tools . . . . . .5-139 Modular Gun System . . . . . .7-2 Slickline Service Tools. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-138 Special Applications. . . . . . . . . . . . .5-145 Running and Retrieving Tools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-141 Coiled Tubing Conveyed Perforating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-4 Otis Quick Connect Toolstring Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-143 Setting Tools for the Auto-Release Gun Hanger . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . viii Table of Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Propellant Stimulation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-7 *StimGun is a trademark of Marathon Oil Company. . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-127 Propellent Stimulation Tool Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-139 The Modular Gun System Process . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-137 Eccentric Orienting Tandem . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-142 DrillGun™ Perforating Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-140 Rathole Length Restriction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-5 Auxiliary Tools For Use with Slickline Toolstring . . . . .5-121 ShockProSM Shockload Evaluation Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-7 Otis P Wireline Grab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-4 Slickline Service Equipment and Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-2 Slickline Toolstring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-6 Otis G Fishing Socket .5-125 Near-Wellbore Stimulation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-145 Downhole Video . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-3 EyeDeal™ Camera System . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-132 PerfStim™ Process. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-1 Subsurface Service Tools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-1 Downhole Video Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-6 Otis Tubing Broach . . . . . .7-2 Otis® Accelerators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-2 Fiber-Optic Camera System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-3 Slickline Detent Jars. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-127 StimGun™* Assembly. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-134 Oriented Perforating with Modular Guns. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-133 Oriented Perforating . . . .5-136 Finned Orienting Tandem . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-1 Hawkeye™ Camera System. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-140 Rigless Completion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-6 Otis Impression Tool . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-6 Otis M Magnetic Fishing Tool . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-134 G-Force® Precision Oriented Perforating System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-140 Select Fire™ Systems . . . . . . .5-130 POWR*PERFSM Perforation/Stimulation Process . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-8 Otis X® and R® Running Tools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-7 Running Tools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-9 Internal Fishing Necks . . . . . . . . . . .9-1 Wireline and Perforating Services Mnemonics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-8 Pulling Tools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-4 Winch Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-33 Mobilization . . . . . .7-9 External Fishing Necks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-1 LOGIQ Modular Skid Unit . .7-23 Advanced Measurement System (AMS) . . . . . . . . . . .7-12 Tubing Perforators and Bailers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-11 Otis Non-Selective Test Tools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-27 JobTrak® Data Job Logger . . . . . . . . . . . . .9-44 Table of Contents ix . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-28 Standard Mounted Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Otis® Go-Devil. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-22 CollarTrak® Slickline Collar Locator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-18 DPU® Tubing Punch . . . . . . .7-8 Otis MR Running Tools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-14 Surface Service Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-16 Advanced Slickline Service System. . . . . . . .8-1 LOGIQ™ Logging Truck .8-6 Mnemonics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-7 Expandable Wirefinder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-26 SmartETD® System . . . . . . . . . .7-29 LineTrak® Slickline Inspection Device and Wire Management Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-8 Otis UP Running Tool . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-31 Deepwater Riserless Subsea Light Well Intervention System . .9-2 Log Header Mnemonics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-31 Wire Management Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-5 Power Pack. . . . . . .7-28 Memory Production Logging (MPL) Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-8 Otis RXN Running Tools . . . . . . . . . . .8-3 Cabin Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-13 Slickline Skid Units and Trucks. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-25 Electronic Advanced Measurement System (Portable) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-9 Test Tools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-11 Positioning Tools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-15 Advanced® Slickline Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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or the reservoir.Knowledge and Data Transfer Knowledge and Data Transfer Real-Time Operations Real-Time Data/Solution Delivery Various methods are used to deliver data in real time from wellsites to offsite locations. operations. InSite Anywhere service is also a drop box for data files and viewing DHV images in real time. Features • Scalable. from simple operations to the most sophisticated • Halliburton expertise available • Provides instant access and support from non-wellsite locations • Personnel can participate in multiple operations • Expand personnel capabilities Knowledge and Data Transfer 1-1 . The three main methods are: • InSite Anywhere® service • Collaborative formation evaluation and reservoir monitoring • Real-time monitor and control (RTMC) InSite Anywhere® service moves data from the logging tools onto a secured website. With collaborative formation evaluation and reservoir monitoring. Real-time monitor and control (RTMC) is an internal tool that provides both operational and technical support along with ability to control remote wellsite locations. it is possible to deliver data to environments where experts can discuss any issues dealing with geology. where it can be viewed in real time as it is acquired. thereby influencing the ongoing services at the wellsite immediately.

which enables the system to be part of the Halliburton or client network • Two phone lines for operational support • Improved reliability for wellsite connectivity • Bandwidth scalable to local/client needs Services Enabled by HalLink Systems • Immediate data transfer for: – QuikLook® reservoir fluid management services – Applied formation evaluation processing • InSite Anywhere® service – Downhole video – MRILab® downhole measurement service – RDT™ reservoir description tool – Standard logging suite • Collaborative formation evaluation and reservoir monitoring • Real-time monitor and control • Video conferencing Connectivity Anywhere 1-2 Knowledge and Data Transfer . skid (compensating). and vessel (permanent). simple point-to-point network through full mesh (point-to-many) • Deployment can be expanded per client needs • System is flexible. With “last mile” connectivity to the location.HalLink® Satellite Systems Three systems are available: land (tripod). HalLink® systems allow transmission of data and video at high speeds through a secure network supporting all Halliburton real-time operations. real-time support and decisions can be made more easily. Features • Fully scalable to client needs.

capabilities are stretched further—and make the most of company resources. With all the travel time saved. The system allows you to participate in multiple wellsite operations from one location. and other indicators • Expand personnel capabilities • Speed decision-making • Participate in multiple operations • Optimize logging passes • Deploy expertise and resources more efficiently • Save travel expenses • Avoid travel risk • No special hardware or software required Knowledge and Data Transfer 1-3 . When an unplanned event arises. the InSite Anywhere web delivery system provides needed facts to command the situation. and more • Configure display to individual preference by manipulating logging or test data • View and print numerous display types: – Log plots – Pressure tests and samples – Streaming downhole video (view only or save/ print to screen capture) – Cross-plots – MRILab® service results (view only or save/print as screen capture) – Efficient gauges. Whatever solution directed will be based on complete up-to-the-minute information.InSite Anywhere® Service InSite Anywhere® service is a next-generation. LEDs. Using our advanced satellite communications technology or any other network. Requirements for Service • Internet or intranet access • Uses standard web browsers • User name. InSite Anywhere service moves data from the logging tools onto a secured web site. password. answer products. web-based data delivery system that gives you the flexibility of the industry’s most robust database structure—without the need to install special software. and URL • Uses the security protections of the HalLink® commuciations network or any other secure network Features • View and print logging and tester data in real time from any PC • Access offset well data from nearby wells • Download logging data. where you can view it in real time as it is acquired.

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Simultaneous T1 and T2 wireline acquisition is now done in a single log pass.Reservoir Evaluation Services Reservoir Evaluation Services Petrophysics MRI Petrophysics MRIL® Simultaneous T1 and T2 Measurements Both the MRIL-XL™ and MRIL®-Prime tools acquire NMR data in several modes of operation. Features • Robust reservoir quality measurements of NMR • Total and effective porosity and bound fluid volumes • Light hydrocarbon identification • Faster logging speeds • Simplified NMR interpretation (no diffusion effects) • Simultaneous T1 and T2 acquisition (single log pass) • Real-time permeability calculations This T1 MRIAN™ analysis example depicts the long T1 gas signal in the upper zone. free fluid index. Only surface and bulk relaxation mechanisms contribute to the T1 response. and total NMR porosity acquired during T1 logging may be used in MRIAN™ analysis as described on page 2-2. Micro-porosity. There is no diffusion effect in T1 data. In both the MRIL-WD and MRILab applications. the preference of T1 over T2 has been its insensitivity to motion as T1 measurements eliminate the detrimental effects from tool motion or fluid flow. T1 logging offers a simplified NMR measurement composed of only two of the three decay mechanisms associated with NMR. Reservoir Evaluation Services 2-1 . green waveforms on far right in Track 4. Simultaneous T1 and T2 log acquisition is a robust technique to acquire NMR reservoir information faster and simpler. The free water T1 values are much shorter as can be seen in Track 4 in the lower zone. For simple and faster NMR reservoir information. so many fluid identification applications are simplified as in tight gas identification in water-based mud systems. capillary bound water. effective porosity. T1 has made its wireline debut to join MRIL-WD™ (MRI while drilling) and MRILab® service (MRI fluid analysis during wireline formation sampling). T1 offers a reliable alternative to T2.

When the computed effective volume of water equals the MRIL data irreducible volume of water. MRIL data is used to provide two important parameters needed in the dual-water model: the clay-bound water porosity (MCBW) and total porosity (MPHIT). When MRIL data is combined with other logs. especially in shaly reservoirs HAL9111 • Provides enhanced permeability calculations This MRIAN™ analysis indicates an oil/water contact at X940. diffusion analysis (DIFAN).MRIAN™ Magnetic Resonance Imaging Analysis MRIAN™ analysis is a technique that combines MRIL® and conventional data to identify potential hydrocarbon zones. such as time domain analysis (TDA). The MRI T2 distribution in Track 3 demonstrates a change in relaxation times verifying the MRIAN analysis. Both T1 and T2 distributions and permeability calculations are provided to indicate reservoir quality. and Enhanced Diffusion Method™ (EDM™) technique provide hydrocarbon typing interpretation within the depth of investigation of the MRIL measurements. MRIAN analysis uses the dual-water model technique to estimate the volume of formation fluids in a virgin zone. MRIAN analysis is one of the interpretation models that use this data combination. then production is water free. 2-2 Reservoir Evaluation Services . Additional features include the following: • Indicates zones of potential water production • Identifies hydrocarbon-water contacts • Calculates water saturation in the uninvaded zone • Provides a solution for low-resistivity pay reservoirs • Confirms dual-water Rw by reconstructing spontaneous potential (SP) • Uses a robust implementation of the dual-water resistivity model to provide improved water saturation (Sw) calculations. analysis can furnish even more information about the reservoir. Using the dual-water model within the MRIAN program allows identification of free water volume. Features MRIAN analysis combines MRIL analysis and deepresistivity data from any induction tool. MRIL stand-alone analyses.

and/or sonic porosity are optional inputs. free water volume. total porosity (φt). MRIL activation planning is critical for successful interpretation. water saturation.Inputs Outputs MRIL® porosity data. Permeability. irreducible water volume Reservoir Evaluation Services HAL9112 This MRIAN™ analysis example demonstrates the effectiveness of this model to identify oil/water contact as well as zones of potential water production (Track 4). neutron. Enhanced permeability calculations are presented in Track 2 (red curve). and clay-bound-water saturation (Swb). The main data requirements for MRIAN™ processing are true formation resistivity (Rt). effective porosity. Density. total porosity. 2-3 .

oil. TDA is very different from other techniques available because it uses only MRIL data in the interpretation process. Reservoir Evaluation Services . and water relaxation times and hydrogen-index values Additional TDA features include the following: • Provides accurate formation porosity in gas and light oil reservoirs • Allows complete fluid volume analysis within the depth of investigation of the MRIL tool using only MRIL tool data • Provides hydrocarbon typing • Recognizes direct pay • Improves permeability calculations in light hydrocarbon environment • Clearly identifies pay zones vs. it can provide formation porosity and permeability information as well as complete information on fluid types and fluid saturation within the depth of investigation of the MRIL tool. TDA is very effective in evaluating gas and light oil reservoirs. Time domain analysis operates on the principle that different fluids have different rates of polarization or different T1 relaxation times. Enhanced permeability calculations are presented in Track 2 (red curve). Key features of TDA analysis include: • Subtraction of the two echo trains from one another • Processing echo differences in the time domain using predicted or measured oil. and water. permeability estimation 2-4 HAL9113 This MRIAN™ analysis example demonstrates the effectiveness of this model to identify oil/water contact as well as zones of potential water production (Track 4).Time Domain Analysis (TDA) MRIL® data can be analyzed independently or in combination with conventional logs. no conventional data is needed in the processing. When MRIL data is processed independently. Features TDA analysis provides an alternative to the differential spectrum method for processing dual-Tw echo trains data. Interpretation is performed in the time domain rather than in the T2 spectra domain. formation total and effective porosity. The T1 of both gas and light oil (viscosity less than 5 cp) is normally much higher than that of water. Time domain analysis (TDA) is an interpretation technique that utilizes only MRIL data. tight zones • Estimates free fluid volume and type in thinly laminated reservoirs • Indicates the best possible producing zones in carbonate formation Inputs Outputs MRIL® data only from dual-wait time acquisition which can be acquired using MRIL-XL™. gas. MRIL® -Prime and/or MRIL-WD™ tools Volumetric calculation of gas.

DIFAN relies on the diffusion contrast between water and medium viscosity oil to quantify oil volume within the depth of investigation of the tool. medium. dual-TE (echo spacing) logging. respectively. diffusion ratios. Track 2 presents deep. Other features of diffusion analysis include: • Calculates hydrocarbon and water saturation in freshwater environments • Stand-alone analysis does not need resistivity logs • Works in low to moderate viscosity oils (typically 2 to 30 cp at reservoir conditions) • Works in areas of unknown or variable Rw This log contains results from the application DIFAN to MRIL® data from an Indonesian well. DIFAN was developed specifically for situations where TDA cannot be applied because of insufficient T1 contrast. and caliper curves. Track 4 contains the short-TE T2 distribution. watercut (if relative permeabilities are known) Reservoir Evaluation Services HAL9114 2-5 .Diffusion Analysis (DIFAN) Diffusion analysis (DIFAN) is a stand-alone NMR technique for quantitative diffusion analysis of intermediate oil viscosity range of 2 to 30 cp and has been applied successfully in many fields. These can be used to quantify water-filled and oil-filled porosity. Track 1 includes conventional gamma ray. permeability. Features Diffusion analysis is an interpretation technique utilizing dual-TE measurements. Track 5 displays answer products from DIFAN calculations. Inputs Outputs MRIL® data (dual-TE activation) from MRIL-XL™ or MRIL®-Prime tools Porosity. The data for DIFAN is acquired through single-TW (wait time). spontaneous potential. Variations in molecular diffusion will manifest themselves as variations in the observed T2 distributions. Sw. Track 3 contains the long-TE T2 distribution. and shallow resistivity data and MRIL permeability.

Enhanced Diffusion Method™ (EDM™) Technique Enhanced Diffusion Method™ (EDM™) NMR technique utilizes the contrast in molecular diffusion between water and oil to identify and potentially quantify oil accumulations. The diffusion properties of water, combined with tool parameters (TE, magnetic field gradient) and the temperature of the logging environment, define the slowest relaxation time possible for water to be observed: T2DW. Consequently, any NMR signal observed beyond this value can only be associated with oil. This offers a simple way to interpret the presence of oil and to differentiate pay from non-pay zones. The EDM technique can also be used to quantify residual oil. The advantage it has over conventional techniques such as pressure-coring and/or sponge-coring is that oil is measured at in-situ conditions. Hence, gas expansion or fluid expulsion need not be taken into account. As with any residual oil determination technique, controlling fluid loss from the mud system to the formation is critical to the overall success of the EDM technique. Features EDM interpretation methodology is based on the contrasts in molecular diffusion between different fluids. Enhancement of the diffusion effect, by increasing the interecho spacing TE during data acquisition, separates water and oil in the T2 domain.

For typing medium-viscosity oils with this method, standard CPMG T2 data recorded with a long TE is sufficient. Quantitative application of the EDM technique requires either dual-TW data recorded with a long TE, or dual-TE data recorded with a long TW. Additional features include: • Independent confirmation of oil-bearing zones and identification of oil/water contacts • Stand-alone determination of (residual) oil saturation with no need to dope drilling fluids • Sensitive to oil in the viscosity range from 1 cp to 50 cp • Works in areas of unknown or variable Rw

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MRIL® data (dual-TE activation) from MRIL-XL™, MRIL®-Prime, or MRIL-WD™ tools Residual oil saturation, porosity, permeability, viscosity, flushed zone Sw

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Heavy Oil MRIANSM Service The heavy oil MRIANSM service improves reservoir evaluation in areas where oil viscosity exceeds 100 cp at formation conditions, and the oil gravity is less than 20° API. The heavy oil MRIAN service combines dual-echo spacing MRIL® logs with conventional porosity and resistivity logs to provide improved: • Determination of bulk volume irreducible (BVI) • Measurement of movable water • Quantification of viscous oil reserves • Estimation of permeability in water-wet reservoirs By themselves, NMR responses to viscous oils are not readily distinguishable from those of capillary-bound and claybound water. The heavy oil model is able to differentiate these fluids by using MRIL® data to quantify movable water in the formation. This volume, when subtracted from the effective water volume derived from conventional logs, gives the irreducible water volume. In addition, this comparison is useful for recognizing mixed or oil-wet reservoir conditions, which can often occur in viscous-oil reservoirs. Good candidates for application of the heavy oil MRIAN service are heavy oil producing areas in Venezuela, Canada, Alaska, Russia, and smaller heavy oil provinces throughout the world. This service has been successfully applied in both sandstone and carbonate reservoirs. Features • An integrated NMR and conventional log heavy oil interpretation model • Movable water determination in heavy oil-bearing formations using the Enhanced Diffusion Method™ (EDM) • Comparison of NMR and conventional porosity responses to estimate in-situ oil viscosity • Improved BVI determination compared to traditional interpretation of NMR measurements in heavy-oil reservoirs • Can provide a complete analysis of pore fluids, including clay-bound and capillary-bound pore fluids, movable water volume, and hydrocarbon volumes • Direct measurement of movable water
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• Aid improved water saturation evaluation • Indication of moved hydrocarbons in the near-wellbore region • Determination of in-situ oil viscosity from MRIL signalloss in heavy oil-bearing formations • Indication of formation wettability conditions

The log above shows results from a heavy oil MRIAN™ analysis of data collected from an area of the United Kingdom continental shelf. These results show the reservoir is mostly water-wet through the transition zone. The absence of capillary bound water above the transition zone indicates an oil-wet condition.

MRIL® data acquired with dual-TE and conventional data Corrected BVI, clay porosity, total porosity, improved permeability estimates, effective porosity, water saturations, viscosity

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StiMRIL™ Process The StiMRIL™ process is an integrated stimulation process built upon a reservoir performance model created from a combination of MRIL® magnetic resonance imaging logging analyses and reservoir simulations. This model allows the stimulation design engineer to develop optimum completion/stimulation plans and accurately predict the outcome of production enhancement efforts. Identification of hydrocarbon type and accurate determinations of porosity, free fluid, and bound fluid volumes from MRIL logging measurements provide operators with answers to critical questions by providing: • The location of oil, gas, or water in the zone • The potential for water production • The net present value (NPV) of the zone The rate at which the well will produce oil, gas, or water can then be predicted by carrying this information forward in the reservoir simulation step of the StiMRIL process. The MRIL® tool is used to perform high-quality measurements and collect the data required to make a thorough reservoir evaluation in a single logging pass. In addition to saving rig time, the resulting calculations of permeability, water saturation, and effective porosity are better than those derived from other lithology-dependent methods. Features The reservoir modeling capabilities included in the StiMRIL process use the results of the MRIL analysis to provide a relatively complete representation of the reservoir's production characteristics. An integrated stimulation design process allows operators to accurately predict reservoir performance and to optimize their financial investment based on the economics of the fracturing treatment for the reservoir. For example, in a tight-gas sand (low permeability formation), the completion design usually centers around a hydraulic treatment. Other features include: • Increased focus on the reservoir through the integration of well logging, reservoir performance, and stimulation design • Logging data and reservoir simulations used in combination to increase reservoir understanding • Built-in stimulation design capabilities to help operators develop the best completion strategies

Here is an example of a layered sandstone reservoir which indicates a high clay, low porosity interval in the lower section of the well, cleaner zones with higher movable hydrocarbons in the middle, and an extremely high perm zone in the top, which contains a large amount of oil.

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MRIL® logging has revolutionized the logging industry through its ability to directly and accurately measure the fluids in the reservoir. This results in the accurate determination of: • Porosity and permeability • Fluid type and viscosity changes • Irreducible water volume and free fluid volume In other words, MRIL logs indicate not only whether there is oil or gas in a zone but also where it is located within the zone. These logs also show how much water is present in the zone, how it is distributed throughout the zone, and whether it is free to move to the wellbore and interfere with

hydrocarbon production. Before the StiMRIL™ process was developed, fracturing designs relied on lithological volumes from quad-combo logging data to provide the information to qualitatively evaluate zones and calculate fracture geometry. With the StiMRIL process, engineers are able to incorporate MRIL logging data into the design to predict productivity results. Quad-combo logs still provide the lithology information, while MRIL logs provide the fluid dynamics information. The result is optimized treatment designs for maximum, predictable well productivity and improved profitability for the operator.

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Pore-size distribution, permeability, effective porosity, total porosity, water saturation, gas indicator Initial production rate, time of recovery, porosity, permeability, Young's modulus, Poisson's ratio optimum NPV for the well

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Chi Modeling® Computation Service Some open-hole wells have difficult logging conditions that may result in missed zones of open-hole information, or in extreme conditions, even the loss of the entire open-hole logging run. Halliburton now provides Chi Modeling® computation post-processing service will help the user to better evaluate their reservoir when they have missing data due to borehole conditions, missing LWD sections, old wells, etc. Chi Modeling computation service is able to predict triple-combo or even quad-combo open-hole data with a very high degree of accuracy by using the input data obtained from a capture pass of a pulsed neutron tool and a known triple-combo or quad-combo data set from a neighboring well. Under some conditions, missing or incorrect data caused by tool pulls or intermittent sensor failure can be correctly generated using only the triple-combo data. Chi Modeling computation is also able to: • Fill in data gaps where the original data is missing from either wireline or LWD data • Replace poor quality data that occurred due to poor borehole conditions • Generate reliable open-hole logs when none are available Chi Modeling computation service uses associations made in one well between an existing open-hole triple-combo and a cased-hole pulsed neutron tool. It does this by looking at data from a reference well and assigning a processing weight to each input variable. If the predicted values do not match the actual value in the reference well adequately, the weights are changed, and the model is re-computed. These associations are then used, along with pulsed neutron data from an offset well, to model a triple-combo or quad-combo response in an offset well. These associations may be confidently used as long as: • The formation geology remains similar • The formations geology is adequately sampled and represented in the reference well When the formation geology from the reference well changes, a new set of open-hole data is required to create a new set of associations. This method retains the variability of the original data and does not over predict mean statistical values. A root mean square (RMS) statistical analysis is performed on each curve generated in the base well to confirm the reliability of the data associations that will be used to project and predict the offset triple-combo or quad-combo data. Normal accuracy results are as follows: • Density ± .034 gm/cc = ±2PU • Neutron ±2PU • Resistivity ± .1 decade

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Figure 1 indicates that Chi Modeling™ software uses training data from the reference well in conjunction with weights for each input variable to generate predictions. The weights are then applied to the entire reference well to generate predictions. The values obtained are validated and tested against the original open-hole data. If they do not match, new weights are used until a match is obtained.

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Figure 2 shows the normal input data going into the Chi Modeling™ software. The weights used for data prediction are refined until a reasonable match is obtained with the open-hole data from the reference well. These relationships are used to predict and construct triple-combo data on offset wells that have only pulsed neutron data available.

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Figure 3 shows a comparison between the original neutron/density porosity data (Track 3) and the predicted neutron/ density porosity data for a reference well (Track 4) as well as the original (black) and predicted (red) 90-in. resistivity data (Track 2). Track 1 is the open-hole gamma ray.

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ULTRA™ Module Suite ULTRA™ products are a suite of interactive and noninteractive modules which process well log data to make comprehensive formation evaluation computations determining mineral volumes and fluid saturations. The ULTRA tool uses a weighted least-squares error optimization technique to determine fractional lithology constituents (clay, sandstone, limestone, and other minerals) and the percent of saturation of individual fluid components which occupy total pore space. PREPARE is a query-based module that leads the user through the basic parameter entries necessary for later use in other modules of ULTRA data. It is obligatory to use either PREPARE or JOBVAR before proceeding with the processing of modules in the ULTRA suite. LOGQUAL calculates the uncertainty or quality of each log using all levels. These log uncertainties are used as weighting factors in the minimization process in CORINV, ULFE, and AUTOMOD. The log curve names in the CLS file must be properly mapped into generic curve names used in the ULTRA suite via the group NAMLOG under JOBVAR. LOGQUAL must be run prior to any quantitative evaluation done under the routines CORINV, ULFE, and AUTOMOD. DATRED is used to square or block the logs. It provides nine different levels of squaring, ranging from coarse to fine, any of which may be selected during interactive processing to reduce the processing time. This routine must be run before CORINV, ULFE, or AUTOMOD. CORINV is designed to compute Rt, Rxo, and Di using any combination of resistivity logs. It has distinct advantages over the chart book approach when more than three resistivity logs are available and one or more logs in the suite have different degrees of reliability. The technique is based on a constrained weighted least squares error optimization using the inverse approach, wherein maximum likelihood values of Rt, Rxo, and Di are computed. Graphical comparisons of theoretical and measured log curves are used to determine the reliability of measurements. An interactive part of CORINV allows the log analyst to test hypotheses and to try various options to use weight multipliers and constraints. When the analyst is satisfied with the results, noninteractive option is used during which all data points in the zone selected are processed and computed results are written into the CLS file.

This ULTRA™ log presents a light hydrocarbon indicator and water saturation in Track 1; volumes of residual hydrocarbons, movable hydrocarbons, and water in Track 2; and lithology analysis in Track 3.

ULFE is used to perform log analysis involving the evaluation of constituent volume fractions of the rock and estimation of fluid saturations in the pore. A weighted least squares error optimization technique, using the inverse approach is employed. The analyst inputs the lithology, selects the response equations, enters the clay and mineral parameters, and geological constraints, etc. via the alpha-numeric edit screen. The data is then processed to obtain the statistically most probable results. The output is presented as graphical display of computed results, including formation bulk volume analysis and pore volume analysis, and a display of measured logs overlain by the theoretical or reconstructed logs. Theoretical logs are obtained by back computing the log values from the computed results. The degree of fit between the two sets of logs is a measure of the validity of the assumptions implicit in the model used.

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Output can also be presented as a statistical display on an alphanumeric screen. The arithmetic average and the variance of the difference between each of the measured and theoretical logs over the zone processed is individually displayed. Also the total error, which represents the summation of the errors for each of the constituent logs over the zone, is displayed. If the fit between the measured and the theoretical logs is poor, the analyst can modify the lithology, vary the clay and mineral parameters and try out the different response equations until a satisfactory fit is obtained, and results correspond to geological expectations. Results are computed and displayed on the screen but are not written to the disk in the interactive ULFE. Non-interactive processing is the next step where all data points are processed, and all computed results are written to the disk. The AUTOMOD primary objective is to provide optimized values for parameters or constants. In addition to the weighted least squares error optimization in ULFE for computing the variables like Sw, Vcl, Phi etc., the AUTOMOD routine also performs a zone wide optimization on a set of constants or parameters to provide optimized values for the constants. The constants that can be optimized include all parameters associated with sand, lime, dolomite, minerals 1 through 9, clay, formation water resistivity, hydrocarbon density, cementation factor, and saturation exponent. The parameters to be optimized are set to the variable status. The log analyst furnishes an initial value and minimum and maximum values within which parameters are to be optimized. Computations are then made over the entire interval selected for analysis using various values of the parameters to be optimized. The incoherence between the measured logs and the logs reconstructed from computed variables is then analyzed. The parameters' values that yield
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the least incoherence between the measured and reconstructed logs over the interval selected for analysis are considered to be the optimized values of the parameters. AUTOMOD is the automatic modeling to optimize unknown parameters—an especially useful feature in exploration wells where data is scarce. Features • Provides the analyst with statistically optimum computations of: – Porosity – Water saturation – Multi-mineral volumes – Hydrocarbon density • Uses all available log data simultaneously – Provides powerful quality control features – Cross-checks final interpretation results – Validates tool calibration and performance – Validates interpretive model and zone constants • Interactive testing and refinement of interpretation parameters and models • Allows combination of core analysis information with log measurements to help ensure accurate results • Allows the analyst to use zoned constants and interpretive model selection in multiple wells to facilitate field study applications

Minimum: at least one porosity measurement, resistivity, and GR or SP for shale volume ideal: all minimum inputs, plus caliper, Rxo-resistivity device, additional porosity sensors, MRIL®, Spectral GR, and Sonic Sw, Sxo, Vsh, φeff, lithology, hydrocarbon weight, permeability, plus volumetric percent of selected minerals

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Environmental corrections for the resistivity and porosity devices should be done prior to running SASHA analysis. and water in shaly sands and uses traditional density/neutron crossplot as the basis of its volumetric analysis. resistivity. Input from the client as to previous analysis or model preferences could avoid unnecessary guessing. Vsh. A number of different water saturation models may be chosen. effective porosity (φeff ). It includes logic for detection and correction for salt. saturation analysis. A variety of water saturation and permeability models are available to optimize the petrophysical analysis to the reservoir. The oil and gas company can use conventional wireline or LWD log data to evaluate potential hydrocarbon production from predominately shaly/sand depositional environments by using the results of this analysis. and relative permeabilities in shaly/sand reservoirs. Spectral GR. porosity feet. hydrocarbon weight analysis with oil (red) and gas (pink) volumes and pay flag (black). and GR or SP for shale volume Ideal: All minimum inputs. hydrocarbon weight. saturation. and salt. plus caliper. It also computes water saturation (Sw). permeability 2-14 HAL9120 Reservoir Evaluation Services . sandstone silt. traditional cross-plot approach • Multiple saturation and permeability models • Calculation of hydrocarbon density • Summary table of each pay interval Example SASHA™ analysis showing (l-r) shale/sand volumetric analysis. and Sonic Sw. hydrocarbon density. relative permeability analysis Inputs Outputs Minimum: at least one porosity measurement. additional porosity.SASHA™ Shaly Sand Analysis SASHA™ analysis provides volumetric evaluation of gas. φeff. SASHA analysis can also produce a summary table of net pay. rugosity. Applications • Formation lithology analysis • Porosity. Sxo. SASHA analysis produces a summary of the lithology in terms of percent volume shale. lithology. and gas. oil. and hydrocarbon feet for each potential zone of interest. lithology. and hydrocarbon flags • Overview of potential pay zones over the well Features • Robust. dispersed clay. coal.

effective porosity. Sxo. traditional crossplot-based approach • Flexibility for almost all lithology mixtures • Multiple saturation and permeability models • Summary table of each pay interval HAL9121 Example of CORAL™ log analysis in late Pennsylvanian carbonates and sands. and water saturation. and gas. Sw. plus Caliper. sandstone. porosity feet. Inputs Outputs Minimum: Neutron. Applications • Formation lithology analysis • Porosity. CORAL analysis uses a traditional crossplot-based formation evaluation approach to determine shale volume. and Pe. CORAL analysis computes water saturation (Sw). rugosity. and GR or SP. φeff. CORAL analysis produces an analysis of the lithology in terms of percent volume shale. effective porosity (φeff ) and relative permeabilities in carbonates and complex lithology reservoirs. saturation. It includes logic for detection and correction for salt. A number of different water saturation models may be chosen. and gas flags • Pay zone evaluation summary • Overview of potential pay zones over the well Features • Robust. CORAL analysis also estimates relative permeabilities from several different models. Input from the client as to previous analysis or model preferences could avoid unnecessary guessing. lithology. coal. and salt. Sonic. Resistivity. Vsh. Ideal: All minimum inputs. Density. dolomite. and hydrocarbon-feet for each potential zone of interest. Spectral GR. Environmental corrections for the resistivity and porosity devices should be done prior to running CORAL analysis. CORAL analysis also can produce a summary table of net pay. permeability Reservoir Evaluation Services 2-15 . Lithology volume percent.CORAL™ Complex Lithology Analysis CORAL™ complex lithology analysis helps evaluate the potential production from complex or mixed lithology reservoirs using wireline or LWD log data. limestone.

Finally. These expressions are integrated to the vertical resolution of the resistivity device. LARA program requires only a single porosity device but yields better results when more than one is used. high resolution data from the EMI™ image tool was integrated into the LARA™ analysis. EVR-GR. OMRI™. the high-resolution shale device data is first integrated to the vertical resolution of the porosity device. Device-specific shale parameters are automatically adjusted until the two volumes are equal. it has been necessary to develop new logging tools. The best high-resolution shale indicators are six-arm dipmeter or EMI. Then two medium-resolution shale volumes are calculated—one from the integrated high-resolution data and one from the porosity data. The integrated resistivity is equated to the measured resistivity. MSFL™).LARA™ Laminated Reservoir Analysis Many highly-laminated reservoirs have been missed in existing wells due to the coarse vertical resolution of older logging tools and the inadequate analysis techniques of traditional interpretation programs. The measurements produced by high resolution shale indicators are used with those from conventional or resolution-enhanced porosity logging tools to improve the saturation analysis of the laminated reservoir. but alternatives include all of the above. dispersed or laminated. XRMI. φeff. CAST™. Applications • Resolving gross shale volume percent to high resolution laminated and dispersed clay content • Detection of thin-bed reservoirs • Improve saturation analysis of the laminated reservoir Inputs Features • High-resolution shale indicator generally yields significantly more accurate analysis in laminated reservoirs than standard shaly sand models • Helps with the reliable quantitative interpretation of thinly laminated reservoirs • Helps identify potential hydrocarbon production often missed by conventional analysis In addition to the minimum of a GR. EMI™. High-resolution shale indicators allow separation of the sand and shale components but still require thin bed resolution of true formation resistivity and porosity. the calculated effective porosity and true formation resistivity are used in a modified Waxman-Smits equation to calculate Sw. It also determines the mode of clay distribution. post-processing techniques. and data analysis methods. gas). Sw. XRMI™. VSH. which is essentially a shale-corrected true formation resistivity (Rt). one or more of the following thin-bed shale indicator inputs is required for LARA™ analysis: SED™. Reservoir Evaluation Services . Sxo. i. The high-resolution shale volumes are then used with the known shale resistivity to generate high resolution resistivity expressions that involve shale and non-shale volumes and resistivities.e. lithology hydrocarbon weight (oil. and the resulting equation solved to give the non-shale resistivity. This is the basis of LARA™ laminated reservoir analysis. In this case. To better detect and study thin-bed reservoirs. Note the gas effect density-neutron crossover in the clean sands and lack of crossover in the thinly laminated zone above the clean sand zone. To determine shale volume. OMRI. Pe (unfiltered).. Then LARA analysis calculates the conventional total and effective porosities. permeability Outputs 2-16 HAL9123 Thinly laminated hydrocarbon bearing zones above the main clean sand pay zones would have been overlooked with conventional log analysis. resistivity and porosity measurement. Microresistivity (ML.

AutoDip and Trendsetter services provide a continuous plot with a break out of dip trends and constant dips. and search angle. such as correlation length.Reservoir Characterization Borehole Image Analysis AutoDip™ and TrendSetter™ Services AutoDip™ and TrendSetter™ services automate dip and dip trend analysis of EMI™. AutoDip service automates high-resolution dip detection—a vast improvement on tedious manual dip picking. TrendSetter service augments AutoDip functionality by taking dip data and automatically sorting it into categories: • Constant dip with depth • Increasing dip with depth • Decreasing dip with depth TrendSetter service helps characterize geologic features based on dip trends. These services save time and provide high-quality data that can help spot “hidden features” in sedimentary beds and laminates. HAL7635 Slumping and soft sediment deformation are evident in this section of log. The AutoDip™ program does a good job of capturing the changing dips. Unlike traditional dip computation methods. and OMRI™ borehole data. XRMI™. This provides more time to view the results and interpret the data. This method operates independently of often inappropriate correlation parameters. AutoDip service does not simply correlate raw resistivity data. step length. These dips and trends can be easily recognized and incorporated into a geological model. AutoDip and TrendSetter services differentiate themselves by selecting bedding features more quickly and consistently than hand picking. Reservoir Evaluation Services 2-17 .

6. and OMRI™ data set Computed dips and dip trends TrendSetter™ Service The AutoDip program can generate many dips.AutoDip™ Service AutoDip™ service uses data from all resistivity buttons—not just 4. which allows better estimates of local structural dip. more accurate dip readings are possible. Applications • Dip trend analysis of EMI. The number of dips is partially determined by dip quality filters. and OMRI™ borehole data to help spot “hidden features” in sedimentary beds and laminates Features • Uses all buttons to compute dips • Uses quality curves to optimize dip selection • Removes user bias in selecting dips • Consistent picks independent of interpreter bias • Output curves that indicate degree of laminations • Output curves that indicate degree of bed contrast • Independence from search angle. TrendSetter service separates the dips from stratigraphic events such as current bedding. making it easier to visualize changes and trends. 1997) Inputs Outputs EMI™. and OMRI borehole data to help spot “hidden features” in sedimentary beds and laminates Features • Automates the selection of dip trends • Provides quality curves used to control grade of trend • Removes scatter from structural dip trend • Identification of other stratigraphic or structural events when used with other geologic data • A user interface that provides flexibility and quality control 2-18 Reservoir Evaluation Services . et al. it is prudent to look for patterns to help recognize trends that can impact mapping. By using more data. AutoDip service translates the human visual experience of event correlation into an equation that quantifies visual recognition to obtain the optimal dip. increasing. The self optimizing algorithmic process¹ operates without the need to adjust correlation parameters. and describe depositional environments and structural changes. slumps. TrendSetter™ service automatically separates dips into constant. and step length ¹Shin-Ju Ye. The AutoDip program works equally well in simple bedding or in more complex bedding environments. Applications • High-resolution dip detection of EMI™. which can introduce bias into dips or even hide dips when using traditional methods. and decreasing categories. XRMI. During the analysis process. correlation length. offset wells. or 8—to more accurately determine dips. and drapes from the more constant structural dips. Automatic High Resolution Sedimentary Dip Detection on Borehole Imagery (SPWLA 38th Annual Logging Symposium. XRMI™.. XRMI™.

Trendsetter™ service eliminates need for hand-selecting dip trends. HAL7642 Reservoir Evaluation Services 2-19 .

can be imported and displayed as reference logs for formation interpretation • Menus and dialog boxes allow quick scrolling. save and restore their own dip results. and many others • The ReadyView system is also an excellent archival system for use of the digital image data at a future date ReadyView™ System USB Flash Drive 2-20 Reservoir Evaluation Services . The ReadyView™ system consists of three separate applications that provide image and dip interpretation and 3D visualization of the wellbore. Features • Runs on Microsoft® Windows® 2000 and Microsoft Windows XP platforms • Works with a wide range of wellbore image data including third party imaging tools. including gamma and resistivity logs. Performance on the flash drive is comparable to running on a local hard drive. polar cross-sections. resizing. The ReadyView™ system can be used to determine both true and apparent bedding dip and can also be used to determine the distribution. Sharpen. log profile views. and apparent aperture of natural and drilling-induced fractures. orientation. In particular. Sobel. stratigraphic. and formation evaluation applications of image analysis. making image analysis easy and straightforward • Customers can pick and interpret their own dips. tadpole profiles can be used to display planar data or wellbore trajectory • Standard log profiles. Horizontal edge detection) to enhance the image • Planar features can be displayed in stereographic projections or rose diagrams. the ReadyView system offers a series of 2D data filters (i. allowing full 32-bit RGB color resolution of acoustic and electrical image data • User interface provides a comprehensive set of sophisticated. It provides unique accessibility to all types of wellbore image data. 3D cylindrical displays. structural. The software can be modified or augmented to meet the specific requirements of individual clients.ReadyView™ Open-Hole Imaging System The ReadyView™ system provides easy-to-use interactive software for the analysis of acoustic and electrical wellbore image data. This innovative system uses a customized USB flash drive to store and launch the applications. and export them in a variety of formats for transfer to other systems including OpenWorks™ and Microsoft Excel® applications • All image projections and data analysis views may be saved in a variety of raster and vector formats for report generation • Allows wellbore image data to be easily viewed in full color unwrapped views. Gaussian. along with measurement and classification tools required for borehole breakout.e. and selection of intervals of the data. interactive measurement tools and the ability to more easily classify and describe features observed in these logs.

and a dip-azimuth plot.This example shows a 2D view of image data when launching ReadyView™ software. image histogram. From left to right. fourth tract is a dynamically enhanced image and the right side is a Schmidt plot. second tract static image. Reservoir Evaluation Services 2-21 . the first tract is a compressed image. third tract is depth.

and natural data groups are formed that may have very different densities. A texture profile model based on the same clustering method has been developed to extract texture from electric (EMI™. and describe the reservoir. and relative separations. The facies profile analysis shows similarities to a core description that might be done on a whole core or outcrop. and capillary pressure in more detail than is possible with reflection seismology • Determination of the optimal number of clusters. The Facies profile analysis contains automatic ordering that performs the grain size or porosity function automatically. while still allowing the analyst to control the level of detail actually needed to define the electro-facies Track 4 shows nine electro-facies computed from the GR (Track 1 black) RHOB (Track 3 red) NPHI (Track 3 green) and PE (Track 3 magenta). Facies profile automatically determines the optimal number of clusters. yet allows the analyst to control the level of detail actually needed to define the electro-facies. RHOB. determine porosity/permeability relationships. NMR data.Facies Profile Facies profile is a multi-dimensional. permeability. and possibly other data (not yet tested). Applications • Log interpretation that helps define 3D reservoir facies models describing the distribution of porosity. Using these four inputs. Grain size. flow simulators. clustering method based on nonparametric K— nearest neighbor and graph data representation. and OMRI™ data) image data. sizes. The smaller numbered facies would plot farthest to the left. These components are used to populate reservoir models. The underlying structure of the data is analyzed. cleanliness. The facies profile model can be run with conventional log data (such as GR. facies profile is able to discriminate differences in the lithology (but not actual lithology) and automatically order them according to increasing grain size or porosity. Producing electro-facies is a common and valuable operation performed by oil companies to discriminate discrete reservoir components. XRMI™. 2-22 HAL9129 Reservoir Evaluation Services . dot-pattern recognition. or ΔT). Facies profile partitions the reservoir into discrete electrofacies or flow units. The lowest numbered electro-facies has the smallest grain size or porosity and the highest number electro-facies has the largest grain size or porosity. shapes. The EMI™ image in Track 1 is provided to show the correlation between the image and electro-facies. or porosity increase toward the right and changes in facies correspond to different colors and patterns. and the larger numbered facies would plot farthest to the right.

(texture profile).Features • Helps define layering and select the best options for production test interpretation • Integrates geological insight into conventional log analysis • Automatically clusters and orders log data for generating electro-facies. Also see PARAMETER OM. are generated electro-facies model 1. EFAC_2. etc. It is unique for each data point for a given ALPHA. Gives cluster kernels in log space order (after automatic ordering). NNI is different with different electro-facies models. The Neighboring Index of each data point. The maximum number of electro-facies to compute. Outputs Reservoir Evaluation Services 2-23 . The output will have the step of the CLS file. K–Another smoothing parameter that can vary from 4 to 20. Halliburton recommends placing the input curves to be used in a separate CLS file because numerous new curves may be generated. array data. such as NMR T2 distribution. Because the cluster member configuration change with different electrofacies models. This parameter has been optimized and it is highly recommended that the user leave it at the default of 10. etc. K has also been optimized and it is recommended that the user leave it at the default of 5. image texture parameters. ALPHA–The higher ALPHA the greater the smoothing. It processes conventional log data. ALPHA can vary from 1 to 500. or any combination of a wide range of data • Partitions the natural pattern of the data without requiring the user to give the number of clusters • Automatically proposes optimal number of clusters. EFAC_1. and EFAC_3EFAC—stands for electro-facies. The normalized Neighboring Index of each data point within the cluster. The Kernel Representative Index of each data point. EFAC_2. higher its local density. This ordering usually corresponds to the geological facies evolution order which is particularly important for assessing geological meaning of each of the facies and their vertical sedimentary sequences Inputs All the input curves must have the same step. The minimum number of electro-facies to compute. It measures the local data density around each point. The higher the number the greater the smoothing. EFAC_1. The number of optimal electro-facies models generated by the program. 2. Higher its value. Clusters are organized in a hierarchical way which can ease the interpretation • Automatically orders the clusters in log space which uses coarse-to-fine self-organizing map (CFSOM).

and pay • Combines image data and triple combo for an R-sand interpretation which provides water saturation for both laminated and dispersed shales 2-24 Reservoir Evaluation Services . The software exploits the XRMI and OMRI tool’s ability to resolve thin laminations and sedimentary structures. This provides quantitative water saturation in laminated and dispersed shale environments. and deep resistivity greater than a threshold depth proximal to the pixel exists. Sand pixels are then upgraded to pay if all of the following conditions are satisfied: the pixel's image conductivity is below a specified threshold. New image interpretation software. and greater than an analyst-specified cutoff are classified as sand. the sand image is presented as a binary image. An R-sand interpretation is also available by combining image data with triple combo data.Net2Gross Sand Count The preferred approach for determining net pay in laminated sediments of fluvial and turbidite formations is to delineate sand layers from borehole image data. black for shale and white for sand. The sand image is constructed by applying an upper and lower threshold to the conductivity amplitude image. has been developed to estimate the sand and pay counts within the subsurface sedimentary sequence logged by XRMI™ X-tended range imager tool or OMRI™ oil mud imager tool. Net2Gross. porosity greater than a threshold depth proximal to the pixel exists. Track 2 presents the pay image in which sands interpreted to be pay are assigned the color red. net sand. cumulative sand and pay counts versus depth are constructed by simply counting the sand and pay pixels. In Track 1. density and gamma ray logs using the cumulative distributions from the logs and image data to determine valid threshold values. Features • High-resolution net sand and net pay images and curves • Cumulative net sand and net pay curve • Logic to prevent interpretation of tight streaks as pay • Interactive histogram based calibration of logging curves • Accurate sand and net pay counts in laminated sediments of fluvial and turbidite formations • Better agreement between core and log. It applies threshold techniques to the pre-processed high resolution XRMI/ OMRI image and constructs secondary images for sand and pay. Pixels lying between the lower and upper threshold values. Finally. The analyst retains the flexibility to calibrate these images to the gamma ray and porosity logs using the cumulative distributions from all the logs to determine valid threshold values for the images. after calibration of this image to the neutron. The software also generates cumulative sand and pay counts versus depth.

and porosity Reservoir Evaluation Services 2-25 . This transform is then applied to the “pixel-bypixel” image data and a moving adjustment for bias is made. permeability. for illustrative purposes. Secondary porosity should manifest itself in the histogram being bimodal with the highest porosity mode corresponding to secondary porosity. thus aiding in well completion • Helps identify productive zones in carbonates • Better agreement between core and log. In particular. Without any sonic or core data. The basic approach is to calibrate the image data to image porosity using filtering techniques. these samples were assumed to be secondary porosity. Features • High resolution image porosity curve and image • High resolution image secondary porosity curve • High resolution micro porosity from MRIL® tool calibration • Image depth based histograms for rock facies interpretation • High resolution intergranular permeability • Permeabilty correction for secondary porosity • Rock type based high-resolution permeability • Describes porosity and permeability in vuggy carbonate facies • Helps identify thief zones in vuggy formations. low porosity streaks. Track 4 compares the total porosity PHIT from the neutron density logs (lazy black curve) with the image porosity averaged around the borehole (red curve) at each depth. One obtains rock type from looking at core data. It can be seen the calibration is correct and the resolution is improved for all the tight. Track 2 shows the permeability from primary porosity as cyan. In addition. The Jennings-Lucia model which relates the porosity permeability transform to rock type has been implemented. the cumulative distribution in Track 3 shows in red the variation in porosity of those 20% of the samples having the highest porosity. This constant fraction is converted to a volume and displayed in Track 4 as the gray shaded portion of the display. The predicted permeability can either decrease or increase with secondary porosity.3. A porosity histogram of the image data as shown in Track 6 is used to aid in the interpretation and detection of vuggy porosity. The final result is shown in Track 5. dependent upon the model selected. The image data is averaged over a moving window. This implementation is intended to support a highresolution prediction of permeability for carbonates. or by calibration to core permeability. and a transform is constructed which calibrates the average image data to porosity. it provides a high resolution secondary porosity curve. the cumulative distribution can be computed and displayed. which is useful for interpretation in the presence of vugs and fractures. and from secondary porosity as shaded. which shows the EMIP (or XRMI™ X-tended range micro-imager tool) porosity image scaled 0 to .ImagePerm ImagePerm is an image based approach providing a highresolution porosity and permeability curve as well as a highresolution porosity image and histograms. Given each image porosity histogram.

etc. and ExactFrac® or microseismic surveys. GeoTomo’s VECON software. Advanced source and receiver technology is crucial towards obtaining a more accurate and comprehensive geological picture of your well. tomographic velocity analysis. length. Halliburton’s expertise serves to benefit operators with reduced rig time and improved data quality. or reservoir. High Resolution Seismic Imaging Features • Generation of high-resolution multiple free images • Mapping of steep structures (such as salt flanks) • Detailed velocity cubes in areas of laterally changing velocity (shallow gas. 3D VSP. Downhole seismic tools can also be used to passively listen to the reservoir and to map fluid movements. lithology. A full array of tools is available for analyzing high resolution seismic data for reservoir imaging. permafrost. stratigraphy. Salt Proximity Surveys. Compressional and shear images can be used in conjunction for lithology and fluid identification. or active fracture monitoring. fixed offset VSP surveys (FOVSP). 3D VSP. Halliburton can offer custom built solutions for client’s seismic imaging field needs. For survey planning. The techniques include vertical incidence vertical seismic profiles (VIVSP) in deviated wells. Surveys can be repeated for time-lapse 4D views of fluid movements. field.Borehole Geophysics Wellbore Seismic High Resolution Seismic Imaging—(Near Offset VSP. Fixed Offset VSP. Halliburton is an industry leader in providing advanced source and downhole array technologies for borehole seismic.) • Map structure. salt proximity surveys. we use the most advanced 3D wavefront modeling software available. and width of well frac or stimulation process Associated Answer Products • Vertical incidence VSP • Synthetic seismogram • FWS™ full wave sonic processing • ExactFrac® services 2-26 Reservoir Evaluation Services . Multi-component arrays can be mobilized downhole to more accurately record true amplitude information of both compressional and shear waves. Walkaways. Microseismic Surveys) Halliburton provides high-resolution images in the vicinity of the borehole using a number of different techniques depending on the objectives and the geologic environment. and fluids with higher resolution and confidence than can be obtained with surface seismic • Improve a poor data quality area or overcome no-data areas High Resolution Seismic Imaging Applications • Profiling salt dome flanks • Detecting natural fractures • Enhanced seismic velocity analysis • Primary seismic reflector identification • Porosity and permeability estimation • Anisotropy determination • AVO analysis • Determine height. Halliburton offers advanced pre-processing. fault reactivation. including multi-component wavefield separation and final imaging using pre-stack depth migration (PSDM). salt. 2D walkaway surveys.

which is subsequently convolved with a desired wavelet to create a synthetic seismic trace. Each tool combines advanced-source technology with industry leading multi-component and anisotropic migration software for a complete package of advanced custom designed reservoir imaging systems. This calibration is necessary for a number of reasons such as: • Sonic log and surface seismic are measured at different frequencies (dispersion) • Sonic log and surface seismic can measure different rock and fluid volumes (fluid differences.) Calibration of the sonic log includes an analysis of the data to determine the cause of the differences (drift) between the sonic and the check shots. Correlation between logs and seismic is important to verify interpreted horizons and to help determine the true phase of the surface seismic (important for advanced lithologic and fluid interpretations from seismic data). data acquisition. An accurate synthetic depends on sonic log calibration using data from a vertical seismic profile (VSP) or check shot survey. Recording of a shear sonic log or calculation of a synthetic shear log allows calculation of a 2D synthetic to analyze or predict AVO effects on the surface seismic. The corrected sonic log is converted to interval velocity. non-vertical ray paths. and data processing using multi-component long seismic arrays. Perturbation of the rock parameters also allows study of the effects of fluid and lithology changes on the seismic character. different methods of correction are used. damaged borehole.625-in. 3D VSP. Acoustic impedance is calculated using the corrected velocity log and the bulk density.5-in.5 ms 3 ms 4 ms Synthetic Seismic and Sonic Log Calibration The synthetic seismogram obtains an accurate tie between well logs measured in depth and the surface seismic image measured in two-way time. Depending on the cause of the drift.Reservoir Geophysics Long Array Multi-Component Acquisition Tools Halliburton offers survey planning.000 psi and with hole sizes from 3. Systems include the GeoChain™ VSP downhole receiver array. well in only 30 seconds • Can be run in the following configurations: No. GeoChain VSP Downhole Receiver Array The GeoChain vertical seismic profile (VSP) array is designed for large borehole imaging surveys and can be used in open and cased holes with standard seven-conductor cable even in deep and hostile environments. etc. fixed offset. • Unique ACS™ active cooling system allows continuous operation up to 356°F (180°C) • Up to 42 satellites can be used in the array with a maximum tool spacing of 200 ft • All satellite locking arms open and close simultaneously. AVO Studies) • FWS™ full wave sonic processing Associated Answer Products • 3D VSP imaging • 2D VSP imaging • Interwell imaging • ExactFrac® (microseismic) services Reservoir Evaluation Services 2-27 . to 22-in. Synthetic Seismic Features • Helps promote accurate tie between well logs and surface seismic including phase determination • Allows identification of multiples on the surface seismic • Allows study of fluid and lithology effects on the seismic character Associated Answer Products • Vertical incidence VSP • High resolution seismic imaging (walkaway. salt proximity. GeoChain VSP Receiver Array Features • Based on the proven ASR-1 downhole geophone • Can be used in wells up to 25. invaded zones. of Tools 5 10 21 26 32 42 Sample Rate 1/2 ms 1 ms 2 ms 2. Changes in acoustic impedance are used to create a reflection coefficient log. and the entire string can lock into a 9.

and tied directly to the wellbore in depth. the VIVSP can be helpful to identify and resolve the differences. This image is typically higher frequency than the surface seismic. fixed offset. lithology. VSP acquisition teams utilize customized energy sources and the most advanced seismic tools available to record highVSP Applications • Direct correlation between surface seismic data and logs recorded in depth • Calibrate wireline sonic data for correlating synthetic seismograms with conventional seismograms • Mapping geologic structure in the vicinity of the wellbore • Predict stratigraphy. deconvolution. and accurately offset VSP (ZOVSP) with the source positioned in a single transfer the measured data to the surface. AVO studies) • FWS™ full wave sonic processing 2-28 Reservoir Evaluation Services . ocean bottom cable. In deviated wells. This can be used to confirm dips seen on dipmeter tools and help project these dips away from the well. Velocity trends that are useful for predicting pore pressure are calibrated at the well. computerized logging surface source positioned vertically above the geophones systems precisely position the geophone tool in the well. Halliburton uses advanced proprietary software to handle VSPs in the most demanding geologic environments (advanced editing. VIVSP data is typically higher frequency than the surface seismic and can be used to better understand the reflectivity seen in the surface seismic. keep the source vertically positioned above the geophone VIVSP Features tool at each level. In areas where it is difficult to obtain a good tie between the synthetic and the surface seismic. it is known as a zero properly synchronize the energy sources.Vertical Incidence Vertical Seismic Profiling (VIVSP) Analysis The VIVSP analysis is a downhole seismic survey with the quality seismic data. interpolation. salt proximity. It is also useful for determining the phase of your correlation surface seismic and for identifying multiples. in a computing center linked to the wellsite. In a vertical well. VIVSP data can be useful for computing the dip of the reflecting horizons in the vicinity of the borehole. fluids. and structure ahead of the drill bit to help save drilling time and costs • Improve poor data-quality area or overcome no-data area • Helps profile salt dome flanks • Helps detect natural fractures • Aids seismic identification of lithology • Prospect delineation • Enhanced seismic velocity analysis • Primary seismic reflector identification • Analyze multiple patterns • Deconvolution operator for surface seismic data processing • Porosity and permeability estimation • 2D and 3D stratigraphic and structural imaging • Helps locate overthrust granite/sediment interface • AVO analysis Associated Answer Products • Synthetic seismogram • High resolution seismic imaging (walkaway. VSP software and processing can be used in the field. • Provides detailed velocity analysis VIVSP data provides an indispensable bridge between sonic log data and surface seismic data. anchored in the well. and pore pressure ahead of the bit. or in the client offices for special projects. multiple free. the VIVSP also delivers a high resolution 2D image beneath the wellbore. The data obtained location near the wellhead. The rugged. VIVSP is also very useful for predicting lithology. and migration tools). In highly deviated wells. multi-component wavefield separation. • Allows detailed analysis of the downgoing and upgoing VIVSP analysis is useful for facilitating more accurate timewavefield depth correlation between your well logs and your surface • Real seismic trace rather than synthetic for log seismic seismic. the from VSPs provide extremely important information for source is moved along with the downhole geophone tool to enhancing and supplementing surface seismic data.

offering both dipole sonic and borehole seismic services. To give engineers the answers they require. our microseismic techniques provide real-time assessments of fracturing processes using two wells: • A stimulation well where actual frac jobs are under way • A monitor well equipped with a downhole geophone tool array with multiple sensors These microseismic techniques provide accurate information on the length. ExactFrac Services Features • Allows operators to optimize drilling program in field • Improves later frac jobs (only zone you need to frac) • Minimizes uncertainty in your fracturing program Reservoir Evaluation Services 2-29 .ExactFrac® Services Halliburton eases frac modeling concerns by taking a fullservice approach to logging. height. and distance of the frac being generated in the formation and can dramatically optimize the placement of future wells.

Acoustics and Rock Properties Anisotropy Analysis Sonic anisotropy data—the directional sound attenuating characteristics of the reservoir—is used to improve the timeto-depth correlation since both fast and slow shear waves may be present. Sonic anisotropy and the orientation of the anisotropy can be used to determine the orientation of natural fractures. so it maximizes the redundancy which improves the robustness of the processing method. The energy ratio curves shaded in Track 1 identify the anisotropy as being a result of natural fractures. The rose plots in Track 4 shows the change in azimuth of the anisotropy. fast. North is on the right and left-hand edges of the plot and South is in the middle. The percent anisotropy is presented in Track 4. 2-30 Reservoir Evaluation Services . from the in-line and crossed-line transmitter-receiver arrays. The anisotropy analysis processing engine is a simultaneous inversion technique which uses all 64 dipole waveforms. The color intensity is proportional with the magnitude of the anisotropy. It also helps to develop synthetic seismograms using both the fast and slow shear wave and their orientation to improve 3D seismic analysis and future seismic acquisition. This allows planning of the best completion method and builds reservoir understanding to be applied to the next well. This information is vital for geomechanical analysis. Sonic attributes such as P-wave slowness. and shaded when the anisotropy is greater than 5%. The minimum and maximum principal stresses and stress field orientation are calculated by combining oriented slowness data with overburden and pore pressure data. and production enhancement treatment design. The fast and slow shear wave travel times are presented in Track 3. wellbore stability. and slow shear wave travel time. Applications • Analyze WaveSonic tool waveform data to identify fast and slow shear wave travel times and their orientation in the formation • Develop synthetic seismograms to improve 3D seismic analysis and future seismic acquisition • Identification of compressive fluids in the pore space to maximize completion planning HAL9130 This is an example of fracture anisotropy. The anisotropy is also presented in an image on the far right-hand track. The waveform data from the WaveSonic® crossed dipole sonic tool is analyzed with the anisotropy waveform processing model to obtain the fast and slow shear wave travel times and their orientation in the formation. can be used for identification of compressive fluids in the pore space. The objective function includes all combinations of all waveforms. The azimuth of the fast shear wave is presented in Track 2 along with its uncertainty.

processing window starting time and processing window width Fast and slow shear wave travel time and their corresponding orientations.Features • WaveSonic® tool provides simultaneous monopole and crossed dipole sonic information • The low frequency flexural wave travels at the true shear slowness of the formation—dispersion corrections for shear wave slowness are not required • A low frequency monopole source is utilized. so the P-wave and flexural wave data have similar depths of investigations well beyond any near-wellbore alteration • The wellsite products from the WaveSonic tool are the X-X and Y-Y flexural (shear) wave slowness (time travel) and the monopole P-wave slowness • Depth shifting of the waveform data is not required since the X-X and Y-Y depth dipole transmitters are on a common depth Associated Answer Products • RockXpert™ analysis–sand production and fracture strength analysis • FracXpert™ analysis–fracture stimulation zoning analysis Inputs Navigation data. anisotropy (as curve and image). rose plots of azimuth of the fast shear Outputs Reservoir Evaluation Services 2-31 . all in-line and cross-line dipole waveforms.

RockXpert2™ Analysis Knowledge of rock properties and borehole stresses as provided by Halliburton’s RockXpert2™ analysis allow drilling. The RockXpert2 program uses well log data to calculate rock mechanical properties and borehole stresses. complete. stimulated. 2-32 HAL951 Reservoir Evaluation Services . Applications • Reduce the risk of losses from borehole instability • Determines optimum mud weights required to prevent sanding and fracturing during drilling operations • Evaluate a well's sanding potential to determine whether gravel packs or frac packs are necessary HAL157 90 Borehole Deviation 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 Mud Weight . Sloughing or collapsed wellbores can stick downhole tools and tubulars. and pore collapse. or cohesive failure. planning drilling operations. and borehole collapse. side-tracking. and improperly planned hydraulic fracturing operations can give disappointing production results. It has been estimated that borehole stability problems cost the oil industry more than $2 billion annually. but the well can be completed. and stimulation optimization.Pounds per Gallon 23 25 Shear Failure Tensile Failure Stable Borehole At any specified point along a proposed or existing well path. shear modulus. RockXpert2 analysis provides critical information for designing fracturing programs. expensive fishing jobs. and produced without causing tensile. shear. The logs also include gamma and caliper curves in Track 1. and produce the well at the most economical cost. and evaluating sanding potential. These rock mechanical properties include Poisson’s Ratio. tangential. maximum horizontal. and minimum horizontal. The use of RockXpert2 analysis allows the customer to drill. radial. The stresses include axial. and lithology information in Track 4. RockXpert2™ logs indicate the safe mud weight range to provide sanding and formation breakdown. Wells can be drilled to avoid geomechanical problems including lost circulation zones. RockXpert2™ analysis can identify stable borehole conditions as a function of mud weight and borehole deviation. Inadvertent fracturing of weak formations can result in lost circulation. predicted maximum borehole deviation in Track 3. sanding potential. which lead to lost rig time. as shown in Track 2. Young’s Modulus. completion. stimulate. and bulk modulus. or even well abandonment.

and pumping schedules • Determines the mud weights required to prevent sanding and fracturing during drilling • Provides optimal direction in which to drill deviated. Young’s Modulus. shear modulus. horizontal. Halliburton maintains an advanced rock mechanics laboratory that provides comprehensive core analysis Inputs Outputs Compressional wave travel time. shear wave travel time. ΔTC. collapse pressure Reservoir Evaluation Services 2-33 . and extended-reach wells to maximize borehole stability and increase the effectiveness of subsequent hydraulic fracturing • Assists in evaluating a well’s sanding potential to determine whether a gravel pack or frac pack may be necessary to help maintain production at optimal levels • Helps assist in determining the maximum amount of drawdown to eliminate both sanding potential and borehole collapse • Computations use data from continuous well logs rather than from core or microfrac measurements made at discrete points • Computes stress magnitude and takes into account borehole orientation relative to stress-field orientation • Results can be input directly into Halliburton’s FracXpert™ program • Results can be normalized to core-analysis results. VSH. ΔTS. fracture pressure. bulk modulus. proppants. bulk density. pressure gradients Poisson’s Ratio.Features • Provides valuable input to fracture-design programs that predict fracture geometry and that help select fracturing fluids.

water. sand. HAL9131 The depth track provides zonal numbering. optimize. permeability index. Early frac design models did not include important design criteria such as pumping rates. and execute frac operations. modifications can be made to both models to accurately account for the stimulation response. This extremely fast process allows different scenarios to be analyzed and processed in both FracXpert analysis and the fracture modeling programs. FracXpert analysis provides linkages between the actual well properties and the fracturing design models. After the stimulation is performed. the log analysis or the picking of the relevant logging parameters is still done by hand. Track 3 displays CORAL analysis results that include effective porosity. and borehole stress information. fluid efficiencies. The analyst needs to run a volumetric log analysis model to find both the shale volume needed for the rock mechanical programs and to compute the permeability. 2-34 Reservoir Evaluation Services . and hydrocarbons. The FracXpert log provides automatic zoning based upon stress contrasts and averages the design parameters for each zone. dolomite. Track 5 provides five different flow calculations to help determine the economic potential of each zone. It includes a presentation of log data that includes lithology. Track 1 contains CORAL™ lithology track consisting of shale. limestone. Track 5 also displays two normalized curves that help interpret zones of interest: permeability feet (NKH) and porosity feet (NPORH). In that case.FracXpert™ Analysis FracXpert™ analysis provides total data integration for 3Dfracture modeling. and the quality depends heavily on the experience of the stimulation design engineer. porosity. The rock mechanical data is taken from the results of formation strength-borehole stability analysis programs such as RockXpert2™ analysis. Track 4 presents the fracture tensile pressure and gradient from RockXpert2™ analysis. The FracPro™ program incorporates all these additional job parameters to accurately model. The automatic zoning removes possible design errors based on incorrect observations by the stimulation design engineer. saturations. or treatment volumes. Several consultants have a similar approach to hydraulic fracture design. Both are normalized from 0 to 1 over the entire well. FracXpert analysis differentiates itself from other zoning type logs which usually do not have adequate log processing capabilities. pay and bad hole flags. Track 2 presents that calculated water saturation. and perforation numbering. perforations. The zonal numbers are assigned to the selected zones as determined by the zoning process based on fracture tensile pressure. and porosity.

permeability. Text files for simulators and stimulation programs. and shale volume Automatic zoned averaging of the rock mechanical properties and volumetric data. tabular listings. and an ASCII data file for input to 3D models Inputs • Economic models and reservoir simulation reports are generated for accurate comparisons • Stress information is gathered from FWS™ full wave sonic or dipole sonic logs • Software can use permeability from conventional saturation/effective porosity relationships or from nuclear magnetic resonance logs Poisson's Ratio. minimum horizontal stress.Applications • Total data integration for 3D fracture modeling • Log processing using automatic zoning Features • Automatic zoning helps define different layers within the formation for more accurate and consistent results without bias of the user • Outputs include a well log plot. Young's Modulus. pore pressure. Outputs Reservoir Evaluation Services 2-35 .

and the numbering assigned to the selected zones as determined by the zoning process. Track 5 displays analysis results that include effective porosity. a bad-hole indicator. generated text files allow easy input into several analysis models including reservoir stimulation. AcidXpert analysis provides answers for the following questions: • With a complex lithology. and stimulation design. Additional processing can be used if FWS™ full wave sonic logs. and do they intersect the wellbore? • What is a reasonable expectation for production? • How should the stimulation treatment be modified for specific scenarios? • What factors require attention? Is the right information available to make this judgement? AcidXpert analysis automatic zoning provides a superior method for stimulation evaluation. density. The minimal data required by AcidXpert analysis includes resistivity. AcidXpert analysis is a process to collect and interpret the available data to maximize the stimulation effort. Track 4 presents that calculated water saturation. The pink shading indicates zones that could effectively be treated by acid stimulation. pay flag. • Matrix acidizing requires basic triple combo data and volumetrics • Acid fracturing requires the components necessary for Matrix acidizing plus FWS full wave sonic tool data • StiMRIL™ process requires the components of acid fracturing plus MRIL® data Within the depth track on the left side of the log are perforations. The AcidXpert process provides a standard log presentation and associated text files that allow importation into other analysis packages.AcidXpert™ Analysis AcidXpert™ analysis aids in the design of stimulation treatments on carbonate rocks. There might be different stimulation scenarios depending upon the log data. The type and composition of the acid is selected due to the rock matrix involved. Track 3 provides lithology data that was generated by CORAL™ analysis. The success of matrix acidizing treatments depends on the placement of acid for efficiently removing near-wellbore formation damage. water. economic. leaving little acid to treat what may be the most productive zones. MRIL®. and neutron log data along with volumetrics. acid will enter the zones with the highest permeability or least formation damage. and hydrocarbons. Additionally. Track 1 contains gamma ray and temperature. Track 2 is the solubility curve. how detrimental are the carbonate mineralogies to production enhancement? • Is there a wide variance in the rock mineralogies? • Is there sufficient permeability for the well to flow? • Are natural fractures present. a sum of the limestone and dolomite minerals on a depth-by-depth basis. and AcidXpert analysis allows these scenarios to be modeled efficiently and effectively. The red lines across all the tracks delineate the zones that were chosen based upon solubility. and imaging logs are available. Track 6 presents a calculated permeability and effective water permeability. perforation number. The acid should be placed so that all potentially productive intervals accept a sufficient quantity of the total acid volume. If significant permeability or formation damage variations are present in the interval to be treated. 2-36 HAL9132 Reservoir Evaluation Services .

and water saturation. reservoir performance. Standard zoned log presentation along with automatically generated text reports. fracture initiation pressures.Applications • Design of stimulation treatments on carbonate rocks • Import standard log presentation and associated text files into other analysis packages • Collect and interpret available data for stimulation treatments Features • Automatic zoning based on the rock matrix. Reservoir Evaluation Services 2-37 . or permeability • Part of a comprehensive approach to acidization that improves well performance • The use of the automatically generated text files allows easy linkages to reservoir stimulation. Additional inputs can include sonic and MRIL® data. permeability. matrix lithology. and economic models Inputs Outputs Standard processed volumetric data including porosity.

The summary tables can be exported to Microsoft® Excel® spreadsheets or Microsoft Word® tables. gradient plots. RTS analysis features Halliburton's proprietary Exact™ and FasTest® analysis service techniques as well as conventional Horner (radial) and spherical time plot well test routines. A report generator compiles the pressure transient analysis into reports that contain summary tables. and all the analysis plots. The pressure time plot also includes a pressure stability plot with a wrapping scale from 0 to 10 or 0 to 1 psi so that the pressure can be observed on an expanded scale.Reservoir and Production Engineering Reservoir Testing Studio RTS™ Reservoir Testing Studio RTS™ reservoir testing studio provides real-time analysis of data while it is being acquired to improve test quality and shorten rig time.000 . RTS studio is designed to work with Halliburton's InSite® real-time data management and distribution system. The InSite Anywhere® option provides real-time access to RTS analysis plots. from anywhere and at anytime.001 md/cp) • Estimates of anisotropy (kv/kh) • Documents results in a final report RTS™ analysis pressure time plot is used to make data selections. the results are used to create gradient plots and calculate the drawdown mobility (md/cp). From these data selections. Pressure Time Plot The pressure time plot is the primary display that documents the data to be analyzed. The data selections made are later summarized in tabular form. Additionally. an initial estimate of the formation mobility is made using the raw data (Mraw drawdown mobility). with a standard internet connection. Applications • Analysis of drawdowns and buildup pressure transients • Determine pressure transient flow regime (spherical or radial) • Summary tables of test results • Pressure gradient analysis plots • Sample PVT closed chamber testing Features • QC pressure transient data • Makes data selections for gradient analysis • Provides project formation pressure (P*) • Estimates mobility (1. 2-38 Reservoir Evaluation Services . which are documented in summary tables. The following plots and analysis techniques are available with RTS analysis.0.

The RTS™ Exact™ analysis plot is a priority analysis technique designed to be used over the entire range of operation for formation testers. For low mobility zones (less than 1 mDarcy/cp).. In addition to estimating the mobility from the buildup. Aniso (kv/kh) ex. saving rig time. 0. Example of an Exact™ Anisotropy Analysis Plot Reservoir Evaluation Services 2-39 . In higher mobility. but Exact analysis can match the early time data thus shortening the test time required. Conventional methods of analysis use late time data which requires pressures to stabilize after storage effects have dissipated. this can require long buildup times.Exact™ Buildup Analysis The Exact™ buildup analysis can be used to estimate spherical mobility (Ms Ex) and formation pressure (P*Ex) over a wide range of mobilities (i. Exact analysis can also be used to provide accurate estimates of mobility and formation pressure. the formation pressure can be estimated before the shut-in pressure is established. Exact Anisotropy Analysis Plot The Exact anisotropy plot is a buildup analysis method used for a vertical interference testing (VIT). The pressure recorded at a vertical monitoring probe is combined with the source (either probe or straddle packer) buildup analysis to determine the horizontal mobility (Mhrz ex) and the ration of vertical to horizontal mobility.e.001 to more than 1000 md/cp).

it is also well suited for SFT™ and RDT™ tool buildup analysis.e. it is ideal for buildups where the sample chamber is used to create the pressure impulse.FasTest® Buildup Analysis FasTest® buildup analysis can be used when mobility is above 1 mDarcy/cp. The FasTest analysis is very flexible and can be used for pretests as well as sample chamber surge tests. FasTest analysis can: • Save rig time by terminating tests as soon as a sufficient amount of data is obtained • Analyze sample chamber pressure pulse to determine permeabilities up to at least 1 Darcy (Mfast) for both spherical or radial flow regimes • Determine flowline storage effects on measured pressure • Provide accurate calculated sandface pressure estimates (P*Fast) Horner Time Plots Horner time plots are the traditional technique for analyzing pressure transient analysis data. Either spherical or radial flow regimes can be used. Horner mobility being determined from the slope of a line formed from a regression of the data on a radial or spherical time plot. Both spherical and radial time domains are available with the projected formation pressure (P*). Horner interpretation for wireline testers is generally used for zones with mobilities above 1md/cp. 2-40 Reservoir Evaluation Services . FasTest analysis is considered more reliable than traditional methods because it does not depend on an accurate estimate of the drawdown period or rate. Therefore. RTS™ analysis Horner plot offers a traditional method of analyzing pretest buildups. > 1md/cp).. Either spherical or radial flow regimes can be used. Originally developed for well test surge or impulse testing analysis. RTS™ FasTest® analysis service plot is used for buildup analysis in more permeable zones (i.

5  dp      dt    1. The FasTest® analysis service derivative and pressure differential of the buildup data is presented in this plot.Log-Log Derivative Analysis Plot This plot verifies the flow regime and data quality of the pressure transient. 5      1      1013  Vo  M radial =    4π  h t 2  dp       dt    RTS™ analysis log-log derivative plot is based on the FasTest® analysis service derivative and is used to verify the flow regime of buildups and evaluate the quality of the pressure transient. Either a spherical time or conventional radial time derivative can be chosen so that a stable horizontal line represents infinitely acting flow for either regime. M spher    1013  1. Reservoir Evaluation Services 2-41 .5Vo φ c f =   4π  t 2.

01 0 0 4 Formation Test Summary Program (FTS) The FTS program compiles RTS™ pressure test analysis data and creates gradient plots and summary tables.09 0. they are automatically added to the gradient analysis.10 0. gradients. The linear portion of the plot determines the compressibility and when the curve deviates from this linear trend. This is a closed chamber in-situ sample analysis test that is performed automatically during the pumping process and after a sample is taken. and contacts to be identified.Pretest Volume Fraction (^Volume/Total Volume) 5 0. A manual input mode is also available.261 Group 3: 0. 2-42 Reservoir Evaluation Services Pretest Volume Change (cc) PVT Analysis A PVT plot is available for the RDT™ reservoir description tool service. When selections are made from real-time data. Plots are derived from RTS™ analysis data and are automatically added to the gradient analysis when data selections are made from real-time data. Applications • A true vertical depth survey log for correcting depth measurements • Identify multiple zones. A manual input mode is also available. 0. psi) PVT plots the volume fraction against the pressure. This allows multiple zones. The bubblepoint and fluid compressibility is determined. 3200 PRESSURE GRADIENT PLOT 3300 Tvd (ft) 3400 3500 3600 HAL9249 Legend Unassigned Pform Group 1: 0.04 0.351 ft 3700 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400 1600 1800 Pressure (psi) Pressure gradient plots allow multiple zones.957 Group 5: 0.268 3.275 Group 4: 0.08 0.05 0. and contacts to be identified. the bubblepoint is detected.02 0.613. gradients.06 0. gradients.377 Group 2: 0.03 0.07 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + ++ + + + + + ++ ++ ++ ++ 7 6 . and contacts Features • Multiple gradient plots for each zone • An unlimited number of gradient lines that can be generated from RTS analysis data • Fluid contacts can be identified and annotated on plots • Minimizes errors because data is automatically imported from the RTS analysis program • Verifies the quality of pressure data by automatically producing the hydrostatic gradient ++ ++ ++ 3 ++ ++ ++ ++ 2 + + ++ + ++ ++ 2500 1 + + + 3500 500 1000 1500 2000 3000 0 4000 Pressure (QPRS.

00 0.48 2984.66 505 437 308 506 564 512 381 580 574 1119 506 708 Legend: Phyds1 Initial Hydrostatic Pressure Phyds1 Final Hydrostatic Pressure Pdd Initial Drawdown Pressure Pfu Final Drawdown or Fillup Pressure Pstop Final Buildup Pressure EqFmMw Equiv.23 2761.27 0.97 2842.00 0.45 6.04 Dual Probe Anistropy Msdd (md/cp) 11.19 3243.00 4.1 MD (m) 2892. MD (m) TVD (m) Hydrostatic Pressure Phyds1 (psi) Phyds2 (psi) Equivalent Mud Weight EqFmM w #/Gal 6.19 2842.19 3064.55 2761. This data is also available in ASCII form that can be easily imported into a spreadsheet for analysis.32 Mh (md/cp) ANISO (Kv/Kh) Remarks Good Perm Good Perm Good Perm Good Perm Low Perm Test performed at engineers request.07 4217.64 3141.2 2.90 2755.55 2842.57 3058.00 0.00 3057.69 34.00 0. including mobility estimates and formation pressure projections (P*).49 6.46 26. Reservoir Evaluation Services 2-43 . Pressure tests are documented in a single table that is plotted on the log.67 2985.98 4301.00 Pfast (psi) 0.96 3002.89 3058.98 2899.1 4.00 Mtight (md/cp) 5.36 4313.75 1.21 0.55 2842.87 3242.59 0.90 2899.00 0.07 0.23 4219.98 2761.96 0.89 8.55 2984.19 4220.1 2892.53 0.1 1. Example of Pressure Transient Analysis Summary Test Identification Test No.47 3053.97 PTA Pressure Psphere (psi) 3053.00 0.07 2996.23 4219.2 2984.48 4.33 4224.45 4313.09 4396.96 0.96 2770.57 3063.00 3053.1 2899.49 8.79 0.06 PTA Mobilities Msphere (md/cp) 2.96 4220.96 8.76 3036.98 2909.41 470 487 627 2.23 2755.1 2984.48 TVD (m) 2755.43 353 381 492 2.00 Mfast (md/cp) 0.1 2.79 6.17 Legend: Psphere* Spherical Analysis Formation Pressure Pfast* FasTest Analysis Formation Pressure Ptight Tight Zone Analysis Formation Pressure Msdd Spherical Drawdown Mobility Msphere Spherical Mobility Mfast FasTest Mobility Mtight Tight Zone Mobility Mh Horizontal Mobility ANISO Anisotropy (Kv/Kh) The Pressure Transient Analysis Summary table is a tabular listing of pressure buildup analysis data. 1.47 4312.76 3242.33 4234.00 0.69 6.49 3058.52 1.98 3050.00 0.30 3.98 0.73 3053.96 4328.47 4224.33 3134. Good Perm Good Perm 4.78 0.94 1682.90 2892.30 3074.5 8.96 8.48 6.96 2761.81 16.07 4217.2 3.10 3.96 2770.00 1.2 3. Formation Mud Weight (PStop / (TVD*Constant)) EqBhMw Equivalent Borehole Mud Weight (Phyds1 / (TVD*Constant)) Tdd Initial Drawdown Time Tfu Final Drawdown or Fillup Time Tstop Final Buildup Time The Pressure Test Summary table compiles all pressure selections from the RTS™ program.69 8.27 4232.2 2892.79 8.00 0.90 2755.5 EqBhMw #/Gal Pdd (psi) Test Pressures Tfu (sec) Tstop (sec) Tdd (sec) Test Times Pfu (psi) Pstop (psi) Remarks 1.81 3058.41 0.43 286 342 395 10 cc Effective Pre Test 10 cc Effective Pre Test Good Test 10 cc Effective Pre Test Tight Test Good Test Good Test 1.Example of Pressure Test Summary Test Identification Test No. Data is also available in real time and as a document on the log.64 3242.00 0.00 1.27 6.19 3242.00 4.00 Ptight (psi) 3052.00 0.2 2899.1 4.52 4312.98 2909.60 3053.00 0.00 3.

vertical. and the pressure values are recorded with time. A given reservoir flow geometry based on the completion and production history is selected to simulate pressure and time data as close as the actual data which would be obtained from an ensuing well testing. For these tests to be reliable and effective. multi-rate production/ injection well tests.Well Testing Well testing is performed to determine formation productivity/deliverability. Well testing is also done periodically through the life of a well and field to assess well performance and to establish pressure and rate decline patterns. a well test design is critical to assuring the test objectives are feasible by selecting: • Proper completion equipment • Pressure gauges with the required sensitivity and accuracy • Type of well test • Flow rate and choke sizes • Duration of flow and shut-in periods The following well and reservoir models are considered when designing or analyzing well test data: • Analytic and numeric models • Homogeneous or dual porosity formations • Horizontal. For the unknown parameters. In a pressure drawdown test. The basic requirements of a well test are: • Measuring the flow rate of the gas and the liquids produced or injected • Controlling and adjusting the flow from the reservoir • Measuring the pressures and temperatures using sensitive and accurate downhole instruments • Obtaining samples of the reservoir fluids • Safely disposing of or storing the well effluent produced during the test Well Test Design In a well test design. inter-well communication. reservoir geometry/size/drainage area. drillstem test. and interference/pulse tests. Types of well tests include closed chamber or surge test with the zero-emission FasTest® system. gas. permeability. and the pressure values are recorded with time. The most widespread type of pressure transient testing is a pressure buildup test in which a producing well is shut-in. reservoir limit test. Test duration and types should then be modified to provide a sufficient amount of data to be recommended for the ensuing pressure transient testing. permanent gauge test. presence of skin damage. slug test. and perforation efficiency. the changes in pressure. reservoir pressure. shoot and pull test. and water from a well (or wells) are measured and analyzed during a given time span. In pressure transient testing. sensitivity runs should be conducted to cover the entire range of the expected values. early production test. or deviated wellbores • Hydraulic fracture wellbores • Any boundary configuration • Radial and linear composite reservoirs • Layered reservoirs • Wellbore with limited entry (partial completions) • Changing wellbore storage and/or skin • Turbulent flow and tidal effects • Well interference effects • Simultaneous analysis of a changing reservoir model before and after a stimulation or a workover application • Material balance effects The accuracy and the value obtained from a well test design depends on the following: • Experienced engineers performing the service • Availability of advanced well/reservoir models • Comprehensive well test design report • Comparisons with prior tests to establish trend • Parameter sensitivity evaluation to signify the importance of the values obtained 2-44 Reservoir Evaluation Services . cleanup test. all the production history and the available reservoir and wellbore properties of a well are included in a pressure transient testing design model. flow profile inside a formation and wellbore. a shut-in well is opened. temperature. Well testing is usually performed right after a well is completed and when the productivity does not follow the expected trends. and fluid properties caused by sudden changes in production rates of oil.

fluid. seismic and environmental controls. surface facilities. procedure.Features • The following features are included in a well test design report: – Optimum test times – Optimum flow rates – The right equipment suited for the job – Models with sensitivities to reservoir. fluid properties. information geology. and time • Success of a well test is greatly enhanced by coupling the well testing with the real. and wellbore parameters – Well test procedure • A well test design is a planned activity that uses the prewell test well and reservoir information to optimize the test type. stimulation treatment. reservoir data.time operations (RTO) Inputs Outputs Wellbore data. previous production/injection problems Well test design report Reservoir Evaluation Services 2-45 .

Distances to boundaries and the boundary type (no-flow. amount and type of damage. then productivity improvement projections will be simulated to compare acidizing with hydraulic fracturing and frac pack to evaluate if stimulation will improve production. Well test and completion data can be deployed to get a more accurate reservoir description. reservoir pressure. then reperforation. permeability. the perforated wellbore length (hw). permeability thickness (kh). In a limited entry well. skin. In a composite reservoir. distance of horizontal wellbore to bottom of formation (Zw). perforation efficiency. Well test analysis can provide initial reservoir pressure (pi). which often includes reservoir and well production projection with recommendations to enhance productivity. A well test analysis technique may include one or a combination of the following methods: • Conventional linear regression analysis • Type curve analysis • Non-linear regression • Closed-chamber DST analysis • Production analysis Halliburton well test analysis service differentiating factors include: • Experienced reservoir engineers performing the service • Customized and easy to use report • Advanced well/reservoir models • Analytic and/or numeric analysis techniques • Real-time analysis capabilities using a secured website that can be accessed using your computer anytime or anywhere Features • Enhanced reservoir and completion description with advanced and sophisticated reservoir models • Evaluation and/or analysis performed in batch or real time • Recommendations for well improvement based on reservoir. In a well test report. or leaky) can be provided for any of the models. and fracturing cases will be compared. If the test was designed and conducted for a longer period. wellbore. The optimum production scenario based on the evaluated reservoir and wellbore parameters can also be included in the report. Halliburton engineers identify opportunities to improve well performance.Well Test Analysis A well test analysis report provides information about well productivity/deliverability. the effective interval producing into the wellbore and the plugged perforations are identified. and flow rate for each layer can be calculated. and skin (S). acidizing. In layered reservoirs. and the surface equipment • Fast turnaround at a reasonable cost to free up valuable engineering time • Experienced reservoir engineers available for any questions • Evaluation of the entire job • Follow-up briefing on analyses results and recommendations for future tests • A complete analysis report with: – Well test description – System evaluation – Discussion of each event – Gauge comparison – Analysis results – Well test data summary – Historical comparisons (when applicable) – Production improvement recommendations (when applicable) – Conclusions 2-46 Reservoir Evaluation Services . and flow type /profile inside a formation and wellbore. the size and the properties inside and outside of the composite zone will be provided. Stimulated wells are characterized by the fracture half-length (Xf ). Additionally. and fracture skin. The dual-porosity flow model provides values for λ and ω. conductivity (CFD). completion. and ratio of vertical to radial permeability (kZ/kr) are calculated for horizontal wells. If the cause of the problem stems from partial completion and perforation plugging. pressure. then reservoir geometry/size/drainage area and inter-well communication would also be evaluated and provided in the report. If a well test identifies wellbore damage. formation permeability. constant pressure.

This information is fed into the multi-layer well test analysis program to evaluate permeability.58 Turb Delta P Skin = 165 psi Turb Factor = 0. At any point in the reservoir. Layer pressure and flow rates are evaluated by the production logging service.95 Mscf/D .000 ft 3. they get depleted at a faster rate. in hydraulic communication or totally isolated from each other. They are hydraulically connected with each other through the wellbore • Cross-flow layered reservoirs – The layers in a cross-flow reservoir communicate with each other through both the formation and the wellbore. Gas Rate [Mscf/D] vs Time [hr]) Permanent Gauge Analysis: History plot of pressure and rate showing analysis model match 3.7 md 5000 8 6 4500 4 2 4000 -1000 0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000 7000 8000 9000 10000 Rate [Mscf/D] 3000 Constraints: Erosion:C=100. multi-layer test in conjunction with the production logging service. These layers could be located close or far from each other.000 ft 2.00509 STB/psi True Skin = 1. The pressure values in the layers could differ by just the hydrostatic head pressure difference or be totally different from each other. Rate . and thus. fluid property data.00 3500 Gas Rate [Mscf/D] 2000 0 2000 4000 6000 8000 10000 FLOW RATE bbl/d 4000 HAL7687 Inflow and outflow pressure—rate responses for various reservoir parameters showing production match point. the interlayer cross flow is proportional to the pressure difference between the layers At high flow rates. and pressure for each layer. Halliburton provides a multi-rate.000 ft Outflow Parameter FLNCHOK ID (1/64 ) 12 16 20 26 36 64 FLOWING BTM PRES psig 9000 8000 7000 Match Point 6000 5500 14 12 10 Skin Analysis Results Prod Index = 4. completion schematic. BHP [psia] 5000 BHP [psia] Pressure vs Time 4900 Pbar 4800 4700 Gas Rate [Mscf/D] 9000 Gas Rate vs Time 0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000 Pressure [psia]. fluids from the low permeability layers invade the high permeability layers which were depleted more. Multi-layer formations are divided into two main categories of: • Commingled layered reservoirs – The layers in a commingled formation are isolated from each other and do not communicate in the reservoir. At low flow rates or when the well is shut-in at surface. prior treatment data.psi Storage Constant = 0.00131 1/Mscf/D Initial Pressure = 6000 psia kh = 141 md-ft k = 4. geologic information. prior production data. hydrocarbon fluids exist in different layers. 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 History plot (Pressure [psia]. Inputs Outputs Test objectives.96 True Delta P Skin = 71 psi Turb Skin = 4. and with similar or completely different properties. well test surface data report files Well test analysis report including recommendations for well performance improvement (when needed) Reservoir Evaluation Services 2-47 HAL7689 Skin vs. the high permeability layers produce at higher flow rates than the low permeability layers. well test downhole pressure gauge files. skin.500 ft Reservoir shape: Analysis results showing geologic boundary configuration Production Data Matching Theoretical Model Inflow Parameter FORM PERM (md ) 50 50 100 100 250 250 SKIN ( ) 0 5 0 5 0 5 HAL7755 2.HAL7688 Multi-Layered Analysis In multi-layered reservoirs. Gas Rate [Mscf/D] vs Time [hr]) Multi-rate test showing analysis results accounting for turbulent flow effects.

along with the effective porosity. Gas saturation can be determined under almost any conditions. inelastic ratio porosity. Track 4 shows an envelope of sigma wet and sigma hydrocarbon with sigma intrinsic in between. effective porosity. plus environmental corrections (TMDLRL) • CarbOxSat™ model – similar model for saturation analysis of neutron decay logs • TripleSat™ model – similar family of models utilizing both carbon/oxygen and neutron decay logs for use where three fluids are present in the reservoir Track 1 indicates the amount of sand and shale by volume. and Track 6 shows total porosity. total porosity. hydrocarbon volume. indicating the hydrocarbon. the effective volume of water. total porosity. effective porosity. and the volume of hydrocarbon. Track 2 is a porosity overlay track indicating hydrocarbon crossover. Inputs Clay volume. total and effective hydrocarbon saturation.Reservoir Evaluation SigmaSat™ Model This cased-hole interpretation model is designed for saturation analysis of a single well based on sigma logs from any supplier. Features • Saturation interpretation of any formation sigma data • Standard volumetric analysis or an adaptation of the Chevron variable matrix model • Inclusion of open-hole porosity and clay volume analyses • Stand-alone analysis using porosity and clay indicators from cased-hole monitoring tools or any available source • Determines volume of hydrocarbons produced from the reservoir and allows estimates of remaining reserves • Enhances reservoir production knowledge • Allows better understanding of hydrocarbon drainage efficiency from the reservoir • Identifies potential hydrocarbon production zones that have not been drained or were bypassed or previously undiscovered HAL11409 • Pinpoints changing oil/water and gas/oil contacts through time lapse monitoring • Finds flooded or swept zones Associated Answer Products and Pre-Processing Software • Pulse-height spectral gain stabilization and processing. capture-ratio porosity. Oil saturation can be determined in the presence of saline formation waters. environmentally corrected intrinsic sigma Individual and combined clay volume. effective porosity. Track 5 indicates the total hydrocarbon saturation. water volume Outputs 2-48 Reservoir Evaluation Services . Track 3 shows sigma water apparent and sigma solids apparent.

capture-ratio porosity. total porosity. and the bulk volume of water to provide water and hydrocarbon saturation. or unknown. inelastic ratio porosity. effective porosity. Track 2 contains the cased-hole porosity indicators of a pseudo-density curve from the inelastic ratio. and a pseudo-neutron porosity from the capture ratio. and Track 6 is a volumetrics track containing the volume of shale. effective porosity.CarbOxSat™ Model This interpretive model is specifically designed for saturation analysis of a single well based on Halliburton carbon/oxygen (C/O) logs. water volumes Track 1 contains the open-hole neutron and density porosity curves. as well as the gamma ray curve. Track 3 contains the delta-C/O envelope indicating the C/O interpretation. mixed. The CarbOxSat™ model is used for interpreting oil saturation in reservoirs where formation water salinity is fresh. total and effective oil saturations. Outputs Reservoir Evaluation Services HAL11768 2-49 . volume of oil. Track 5 shows the total hydrocarbon saturation. total porosity. Features • Saturation interpretation of all Halliburton formation carbon/oxygen data • Halliburton’s lithology compensated Delta-C/O or traditional overlay method • Inclusion of open-hole porosity and clay volume analyses • Stand-alone analysis using porosity and clay indicators from cased-hole monitoring tools or any available source • Determines volume of hydrocarbons produced from the reservoir and allows estimates of remaining reserves • Enhances reservoir production knowledge • Allows better understanding of hydrocarbon drainage efficiency from the reservoir • Identifies potential hydrocarbon production zones that have not been drained or were bypassed or previously undiscovered • Pinpoints changing oil/water and gas/oil contacts through time lapse monitoring • Finds flooded or swept zones Associated Answer Products and Pre-Processing Software • Pulse-height spectral gain stabilization and processing (RMTERL) • Multi-pass stacking (RMTEAVG) • Environmental corrections (RMTECOR) • SigmaSat™ model – similar model for saturation analysis of neutron decay logs • TripleSat™ model – similar family of models utilizing both carbon/oxygen and neutron decay logs for use where three fluids are present in the reservoir Inputs Clay volume. effective porosity. environmentally corrected carbon/oxygen and calcium/silica ratios Individual and combined clay volume.

environmentally corrected sigma Individual and combined clay volume. Track 3 displays the carbon-oxygen and the calcium-silicon ratio curves. Tracks 1 and 2 display a comparison of the open-hole density and neutron porosities and the porosity ratio indicators measured by the RMT Elite™ analysis. Track 1 is the open-hole density neutron porosity. volume of oil. total and effective oil saturations. capture-ratio porosity. some using a Halliburton adaptation of the Chevron gas correction to carbon/oxygen logs HAL9180 • Permits inclusion of open-hole porosity and clay volume analyses • Allows stand-alone analysis using porosity and clay indicators from cased-hole monitoring tools or any available source • Allows accurate interpretation in reservoirs that have gas cap development or are under steamflood or gasflood • Permits interpretation in reservoirs with retrograde condensate production Associated Answer Products and Pre-Processing Software • SigmaSat™ model – neutron decay time saturation analysis • CarbOxSat™ model – carbon/oxygen saturation analysis KernSat Interpretation Example. Also displayed in the track are the natural gamma ray measurement and the simultaneous recorded formation sigma. water volumes. total porosity. The depth track recorded at the far left side of the log displays water flow measured by the RMT Elite analysis outside the casing. environmentally corrected carbon-oxygen and calcium-silica ratios. total porosity. This example indicates that the steam chest has expanded when compared to the original formation contacts. effective porosity. The TripleSat™ model employs a combination of C/O and sigma measurements and is used to calculate saturation when three fluids are present in the reservoir. California in the Kern River Field. inelastic ratio porosity. Steam measured in the formation at the time of the log is indicated by the gray shading between the curves. This log is an example of our customized interpretation model KernSat. Tracks 2 displays the inelastic and capture ratios measured from the RMT Elite analysis. Track 4 of the example displays the computed oil saturation (shaded in green) and the gas saturation (shaded in red).TripleSat™ Model This unique interpretation model is specifically designed for use with Halliburton’s reservoir monitoring tools. These saturations were computed using a combination of carbon-oxygen ratio and formation sigma. The red shading indicates the current location of steam in the reservoir. Inputs Clay volume. Features • Utilizes simultaneously-recorded sigma and C/O measurements • Provides more accurate interpretation in oil producing reserves where steam or gas is present • Contains selectable sets of equations that can be optimized for one of the following: – Steamflood – Oil drainage from gas cap – Gasflood – Sea waterflood • Allows additional optimizations to be readily constructed. This well located in Kern County. The green shading between the two curves indicates hydrocarbons in the formation. corrected three-phase saturations Outputs 2-50 Reservoir Evaluation Services . effective porosity. is in an active steamflood hydrocarbon recovery project.

After each calibration. Emeraude provides a comprehensive and intuitive set of tools to produce results from the log data from simple through to the most sophisticated toolstrings. To further enhance the product. an apparent velocity curve is generated • Single and zoned PVT The next step is to use the PVT model to provide the properties of any phase at any temperature and pressure. Specific models are provided to handle flow re-circulation as well as flow through standing water columns. From the fluid density data. The basic interpretation process is explained as follows: • Spinner calibration and apparent velocity The user defines the spinner calibration zones to determine the spinner calibration with or without thresholds values. fluid density. Emeraude can be tightly controlled by the user to provide a solution to complex flow situations including fallback. The contributions of the user selected inflow zones are then obtained from successive differences above and below each zone. with minor changes from 4480 to 4550. a global regression allows comparisons between zones • Interpretation models Emeraude offers a full range of flow models from single to three-phase flow. the rate calculations for each inflow zone is determined. it is possible to see where there are major fluid composition changes (4480). Reservoir Evaluation Services 2-51 . and three rate calculation zones (grey). pressure.Production Logging Analysis Production Logging Analysis Halliburton has several programs that are used to interpret production logs. Several different correlations may be used for each and every inflow zone • Flow rates Using a nonlinear regression method. The basic interpretation uses raw PL data from the spinner. From vertical injectors to horizontal or highly deviated multiphase producers. three-phase. The industry standard in production logging is Emeraude which allows for a common platform for communication and evaluation between service companies and operators. and deviated wellbores Basic raw data showing two sets of perforations (red). The spinner information also indicates fluid entry around 4480. The basic calculation scheme successively solves the cumulative rates at selected depths inside the wellbore. and temperature tools to determine flow rates of the well. The log at the right consists of seven passes logged at different multiple logging speeds as shown by the different colors for each pass. two sets of spinner calibration zones (yellow). The basic production logging interpretation is provided using Kappa Engineering's Emeraude software. This allows the user full flexibility in the number and type of input measurements.

The calculated velocity will be corrected for tool position in later sections of the software. 2-52 Reservoir Evaluation Services . The positive and negative thresholds are applied to the other zones to correct for spinner friction.This screen capture shows the spinner calibration in the sump. This zone is above the top set of perforations. so the velocity at this zone should be the velocity of the total fluid flow.

The FloImager model uses data from the CAT tool to provide an accurate holdup calculation. both continuous and averaged. Track 3 is the zonal average of the two phases while Track 4 shows the production of each zone. Like the GHTA model. • GHTA gas holdup tool analysis • FloImager® analysis service for CAT™ capacitance array tool data • SatImager™ analysis for spinner array tool (SAT) data The GHTA model is an analysis program used to process the data from the GHT™ gas holdup tool and create a gas holdup for further processing in Emeraude. over the desired interval • Handles a multiple array of production logging sensors including the new generation fullbore holdup tools • Allows customized analysis using customer PVT inputs and slip velocities • Various presentations and stringent quality control promotes more accurate PL analysis of production and injection wells including the difficult three-phase flow in horizontal wells • Continuous logs provide more accurate determination of fluid entry points which allow for improved conformance treatments • Averaged and zonal production rates provide valuable information in determination of treatments and/or remedial work • Log presentations can be customized to meet the specific requests or needs • Text files provide linkages to reservoir models and other analysis packages Final Emeraude product showing two-phase flow showing the lower perforations taking fluid.Several programs were developed in-house for specialized tools but are linked to Kappa Engineering's Emeraude program. The SAT tool with six spinners allows interpretation of complex flow regimes including downflow and liquid fallback. the output from the FloImager model is used seamlessly in the Emeraude software to further quantify the production rates. These specialized analysis programs are used to process specific logging tool data to determine fluid velocities and holdups. or the cross-sectional area of the pipe that the phase is occupying. The SatImager model uses data from the SAT tool to provide an accurate image of the velocity profile in the wellbore. Features • Delivers a complete interpretation of production logs • Detailed analysis of downhole and surface production rates. In this case the lower zone is taking a large amount of water that is being produced by the upper zone. Track 2 is the continuous flow rate measurement in STB/day. horizontal. Track 1 provides information about the holdups. Reservoir Evaluation Services 2-53 . Combining the FloImager and SatImager models in Emeraude provides an efficient method to evaluate complicated downhole flow regimes including deviated. and three-phase.

since this segregation is dependent upon total fluid flow. The FloImager analysis service provides an accurate visualization of the undulating horizontal wellbore when TVD data is combined with CAT tool data. Track 4 provides a cross-sectional view of the data in Track 2. There are a multitude of applications for the FloImager analysis service. However. The FloImager analysis service improves interpretation of the flow patterns in all wells due to the increased number of sensors at the same depth. This application is extremely useful in highly deviated and horizontal wells having multiphase flow. allowing the user to determine the best possible solution to this complicated issue. More accurate holdups can be determined because the relative position of the CAT tool is monitored. RB is the relative bearing for arm 1 of the CAT™ tool and allows arm position relative to the high side of the hole to be determined. FloImager 3D Software Analysis The FloImager 3D software provides a 3D method of viewing data from the FloImager service. rotate. Since this is a horizontal well. Lines A and B correspond to the Flo3D section. XX50 A B XY00 XY50 Track 1 consists of a gamma ray (GR). and manipulate CAT capacitance array tool data to understand the flow patterns and character of the well. The image is positioned so that the high sides are on the left and right side of the track while the middle is on the low side. Both the FloImager 3D and the FloImager service have several options to calculate total holdup of the wellbore. Track 2 provides the image of the flow as measured by the CAT tool. Track 3 shows the average of the 12 sensors (AVCAPN) along with two center sample holdup measurements fluid density (FDEN) and hydro tool (HYDR). and water. The FloImager 3D software provides a superior technique for displaying multiphase holdup. relative bearing (RB). FloImager 3D software allows a complete picture or profile of the downhole holdup pattern. the same color pallet can be used for each sensor providing a precise image. This presentation allows quick method of determined fluid contacts and provides accurate calculation of fluid compositions. temperature (TEMP).FloImager® Analysis Service The FloImager® analysis service is a logging service product that uses the data from the CAT™ capacitance array tool to provide accurate three-phase holdup calculations. it should be apparent that the heavier fluids should be on the bottom and lighter fluids should be on the top of the well. Both the FloImager 3D and FloImager service use data from the CAT tool to provide accurate three-phase holdup calculations. water (YWE) and gas (YGE). The right side of the image is high side while the left is on the bottom. and continuous spinner (FCON). oil. correcting the images and logs to the high side of the hole. The FloImager 3D software allows the customer to view. pressure (PRES). In addition to measuring fluid holdup. The FloImager analysis service can successfully show three-phase fluid segregation since each fluid has its own log response. Combining the calculated fluid holdup with additional PL sensors allow a more accurate and complete three-phase analysis. This allows the viewer to approach the wellbore from any direction to allow multidimensional understanding of the flow characteristics. each sensor has the ability to measure phase holdups of gas. 2-54 Reservoir Evaluation Services . the FloImager analysis service can be used to detect water entry and its orientation relative to high side of pipe at any well deviation. Since the sensors are normalized in the CAT tool. Applications for detecting three-phase fluid entry can be done at any angle. The holdups are also presented in the last track.

516 Water Holdup = .223 Oil Holdup = . fluid distribution mapping. and orientation in deviated and horizontal wells A B High Side View Low Side View XX90 XY00 This output is from FloImager® 3D software analysis and shows 10 ft of the log from above. XY00 XX92 Gas Holdup = .651 Water Holdup =. The white dot is arm #1 which determines the relative bearing so that the data can be oriented to the high side of the wellbore. Reservoir Evaluation Services 2-55 .Features • Multi-directional images available • Continuous display of the flowing fluids • More accurate three-phase holdup calculations • Images in all types of stratified and mixed flow • Designed for more accurate responses in both deviated and horizontal wells • Excellent wellbore coverage with array of 12 sensors allows superior data and improved flow characterization • Continuous holdup curves. The first display is over the same zone as above looking downhole.128 XX90 This presentation is a composite from FloImager® 3D software analysis. It is possible to see the changes in the holdup due either to wellbore trajectories or possible fluid inflow. location.261 XX96 Gas Holdup = . The last two images are from the cross-section display that shows both the tool arm position and the calculated holdups for the three phases. and a view of the fluid distribution in cross-section allows clear-cut understanding of the flow profiles and characteristics • Ability to obtain more reliable holdup measurements and high-resolution fluid entry detection.221 Oil Holdup = .

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or oil-filled boreholes • Analysis of finely-bedded formations Real-time 10-20-30-60-90 in. 60. Open-Hole Wireline Services 3-1 . radial curves from the ACRt™ system are displayed in track 2. Real-time borehole corrections are usually derived from a caliper source and a sonde-mounted mud cell. Good sensitivity to shallow invasion is in evidence in the zones 10290 and 10385. downlogging). RT. and signal processing design has been optimized to yield array induction measurements with unparalleled accuracy. and 90 in. software. A simple and robust skin effect method utilizes only the in-phase components of the received signals at all three frequencies. 20.g. provides the basis of a proprietary and highly accurate temperature compensation method. and moveable water volumes • Qualitative assessment of permeability and rock quality • Array induction measurements are available in formations with resistivities from 0. The ACRt system is an asymmetric design that consists of a single transmitter operating at three frequencies and six receiver antennas with spacings from 6 to 80 in. The final step in the processing chain. and Di • Quantitative assessment of Sw. Every aspect of mechanical.Open-Hole Wireline Services Open-Hole Wireline Services Resistivity ACRt™ Array Compensated Resistivity Tool System The ACRt™ array compensated resistivity tool system represents the latest thinking in conventional array induction technology.2 to 2000 ohm-m and in water. DI and the graphical invasion map are available in real time. borehole corrections are derived from the short-spaced induction receiver data alone. The ACRt sonde includes an integrated SP sensor. stability. 2D software focusing. This characterization. 30. electrical. in concert with sonde-mounted temperature sensors. produces five radial curves with matched vertical resolution and with radial focal depths of 10. Rxo. Each tool is individually characterized for thermal drift during manufacture. When the caliper input is absent (e. Sxo. air. RXO. and dynamic range. Applications • Accurate measures of formation resistivity at varying depths of investigation for enhanced estimates of Rt.

20. 2 and 4 ft • Optimized receiver antenna spacings provide improved sensitivity to shallow and mid-range mud filtrate invasion depths along with excellent deep response for Rt • Receiver coil spacings closely approximate computed radial curve depths. (mm) 4.000 (1830) 3-2 Open-Hole Wireline Services . (mm) 12. and invasion “map” – Proprietary thermal correction scheme – Three frequency skin effect correction – Real-time borehole corrections with or without caliper inputs – Resolution-match filters of 1.75 (121) Maximum Borehole Diameter in.000 (1400) Operating Temperature Rating °F (°C) 350 (177) Weight lb (kg) 308 (140) Maximum Logging Speed ft/hr (m/hr) 6.25 (311) Operating Pressure Rating psi (bar) 20. which results in fundamentally stable processing • Short array length reduces dependency on “speed correction” when encountering moderate overpulls • Environmental ratings of 350°F and 20. 60 and 90 in. 30.000 ft/hr ACRt™ Array Compensated Resistivity Tool Specifications Length ft (m) 19. Di.000 psi • Logging speeds up to 6.Features • State of the art processing scheme features: – 2D software focusing produce five resolutionmatched radial curves with radial focal depths of 10. Rxo. – Real-time inversion for Rt.5 (5.9) Minimum Borehole Diameter in.

30. 20. and 4-ft vertical resolution • Real-time Rt.HRAI™ High Resolution Array Induction Tool The HRAI™ high resolution array induction tool represents a significant engineering advance over the HRI™ high resolution induction tool. The sonde is a symmetrical design. and the receiver antennas are spaced from 17 to 78 in. or oil-filled boreholes HAL3960 • Each resistivity comes with a 1-ft.000 ft/hour are possible • Analysis of finely-bedded formations Features • Real-time 2D software focusing achieves an optimum balance of vertical resolution. Long transmitter-receiver spacing and optimized array processing help to significantly reduce the effects of washouts. and Track 2 shows the 2-ft resolution radial resistivity curves.000 (1400) 20. radial focusing.5 (11.2 to 2. with five upper and five lower receivers positioned around a center-mounted transmitter. Rxo. Real-time answer products of HRAI™ tool: an invasion map in Track 4.5) LOGIQ DIT Open-Hole Wireline Services 3-3 . Sxo. Raw conductivity data is collected at two frequencies.000 (1830) Length ft (m) 25.000 (1830) 6. rugosity.75) 35 (10. 2-ft. 90 and 120 in. and symmetry of response • Resolution-matched radial curves are computed with radial focal depths of 10.43 (7. (cm) 4. A new speed correction algorithm implemented in the logging software enhances the accuracy of HRAI tool coil array data even during large overpulls in sticky boreholes. Rxo. Rt and Rxo in Track 3. HRAI™ High Resolution Array Induction Tool Specifications Description Logging Speed ft//hr (m) 6.43) Operating Pressure psi (bar) 20. Applications • Accurate measures of formation resistivity at varying depths of investigation for enhanced estimates of Rt. air.5 (11. and Di • Quantitative assessment of Sw. 8 and 32 kHz. 60.000 ohm-m and in water. and Di curves and an invasion “map” are available • Real-time borehole corrections facilitated by a sondemounted mud resistivity sensor • Advanced “speed correction” algorithm for correcting array data for over-pulls in sticky boreholes • Vertical resolution-matched elemental measurements • High logging speeds up to 6. The HRAI tool leverages the proven features of the HRI tool “three-coil” receiver configuration while providing induction measurements with six radial focal depths. and moveable water volumes • Qualitative assessment of permeability and rock quality • Array induction measurements are available in formations with resistivities from 0.43) 4.000 (1400) Operating Temperature °F (°C) 350 (177) 300 (150) Weight lb (kg) 400 (181) 586 (266.67) Minimum Borehole Diameter in. and tool eccentricity.

Data processing converts the measured conductivity into resistivity. The HRI tool works well in boreholes drilled with water.3 (10.9) Operating Temperature °F (°C) 350 (176. The transmitter operates at 20 kHz • The single receiver is a “three-coil” configuration for enhanced vertical resolution • The tool measures both R and X components of the conductivities. Applications • Reliable Rt in resistivity environments from 0. Standard HRI tool presentation includes deep and medium resistivities derived from the raw conductivities.7) Weight lb (kg) 455 (206.HRI™ High Resolution Induction Tool The HRI™ high resolution induction tool is an electrical wireline tool that belongs to the induction logging family of tools. and borehole effects. • The DFL provides a shallow focused resistivity measurement with a radial investigation of 15 in. shoulder bed.63 (92.000 (137.2 to 2. It records apparent conductivity of the subsurface formations.2) Diameter in. In conductive muds. (mm) 3. a digitally focused resistivity log (DFL) and SP measurements are available. or oil. X signals are used for skin effect correction • The signal processing chain includes corrections for formation skin and shoulder bed effects to produce the deep (HDRS) and medium (HMRS) resistivities Standard HRI™ log example showing deep and medium resistivities (Track 2) computed by correcting the raw conductivity data for skin. The vertical resolution of the DFL closely matches that of the HRI tool induction curves • A 1-ft vertical resolution improves estimates of Sw and the hydrocarbon reserves in thinly laminated pays HRI™ High Resolution Induction Tool Specifications Length ft (m) 33. air.2) Operating Pressure psi (bar) 20.000 ohm-m provides improved estimates of water saturation • Quantitative moveable hydrocarbon volumetric analysis and radial fluid distribution around the borehole when DFL is available • High vertical resolution deep.4) 3-4 Open-Hole Wireline Services . medium conductivities and DFL logs enhance analysis in finely laminated reservoirs • Distinguishes between conductive water-bearing and hydrocarbon-bearing formations • Provides estimate of invasion diameter and Rxo Features • Sonde architecture consists of four transmitters and one receiver.

Rxo.7) Weight lb (kg) 460 (208. high resolution shallow (LLs) and deep (LLd) resistivity measurements in high Rt/Rm conditions (>100) or when formation resistivity exceeds the limits for conventional induction tools (> 2. for both measurements which facilitates reservoir description of thinly bedded formations • Provides MSFL measurements to help delineate thin beds and provide estimates of Rxo • Offers qualitative indication of permeable zones and estimating invasion diameters (when run with the MSFL tool) DLL™ log example from a carbonate-evaporite sequence showing deep and medium laterolog curves presented along with the shallow MSFL™ log.9 (10.3) Diameter in. these three measurements provide the resistivity profile around the borehole and permit the computation of Rt in presence of invasion. The MSFL™ microspherically focused log is usually run in combination to provide a third shallow resistivity measurement. provides estimates of Rt. Together. and diameter of invasion • Quantitative assessment of moveable water saturations (Sxo) and moveable hydrocarbon volumes • Acquires improved formation resistivity measurements in saline borehole fluids and in high Rt/Rm (>100) contrast logging conditions or when formation resistivity exceeds the limits of induction tools (>2000 ohm-m) HAL9154 Features • Rugged sonde construction and state-of-the-art electronics provide for accurate measurements of formation resistivity up to 40.2) Maximum Pressure psi (Mpa) 20.9) Maximum Temperature °F (°C) 350 (176. DLL™ Dual Laterolog Service Specifications Length ft (m) 33.7) 3-6 Open-Hole Wireline Services .000 (137. The DLL service operates by focusing currents into the formation to produce a deep resistivity measurement (LLd) and a shallow resistivity measurement (LLs). Applications • Provides accurate.DLL™ Dual Laterolog Service Halliburton's proven DLL™ dual laterolog service provides a reliable means of measuring formation resistivity in conductive borehole fluids and/or where large contrasts exist between the formation and mud resistivities.000 ohm-m • Dual electrode arrays and an automatic current-focusing technique • The fundamental vertical resolution is 24 in.63 (92. (mm) 3.000 ohm-m) • Quantitative assessment of Sw • When run with the MSFL log.

and diameter apply to the HFDT/Microlog assembly.5 (114. length.4) 720 (326. Included with the MSFL tool is a ML sensor. Applications • The MSFL tool provides measurements of Rxo in all types of conductive mud systems. This makes them particularly well suited for operations in highly conductive (saltsaturated) mud systems • Non-rubber versions of the MSFL and ML tools are available that provide superior resistance to gas absorption and better durability and run life over older rubber pad versions • The tool can be run independently or in combination with other logging tools.9) 20.3) Maximum Pressure psi (Mpa) 20.000 (137. lateral resistivity measurements. The pads are arranged on opposing.MSFL™ Micro-Spherically Focused Log and Microlog (ML) The MSFL™ micro-spherically focused log and microlog (ML) tool is a pad-type version of the spherically focused log (SFL) that was developed to eliminate borehole effects and achieve superior shallow resistivity measurements with high vertical resolution. by virtue of being padtype devices. The ML recorded 2-in.2 (3. Open-Hole Wireline Services 3-7 .7) Weight lb (kg) 214 (96.1) 27. When run in combination.5-in.5 (8. and a depth of investigation of 3 in.9) Maximum Temperature °F (°C) 350 (176.7) 350 (176.6) 475 (215.000 (137.7) 350 (176. length. normal and 1. • Both the MSFL and ML tools.9) 20.4) 18. (mm) 5 (127) 5 (127) 4. powered caliper arms which provide accurate measures of borehole size. • The ML tool records resistivity with a vertical resolution of 2 in.000 (137.6 (5. Weight. The MSFL and ML tools are combined into one tool which can be run as a standalone service or in combination.5) MSFL™ Tool ML with HFDT™ Assembly1 ML with SDLT™ Assembly2 1 2 Weight. the MSFL/ML tool can be placed anywhere in the toolstring MSFL™ Micro-Spherically Focused Log and Microlog (ML) Specifications Tool Length ft (m) 10.7) Diameter in. and diameter apply to the SDLT/Microlog assembly. Rxo is used quantitatively in computing Sxo and moveable water volumes • The ML tool is sensitive to the presence of mudcake and provides a qualitative indication of formation permeability • Evaluation of thinly bedded sand/shale sequences • Two powered caliper arms provide reliable estimates of borehole size Features • The MSFL tool records resistivity with a vertical resolution of 8 in. offer measurements relatively free of environmental effects. and a depth of investigation of 1 in.

6) 3-8 Open-Hole Wireline Services . Hydrocarbons are indicated when dielectric porosity FPHI falls below density/neutron porosity. and in formations where water salinity is highly variable or unknown HFDT™ log computed on a sandstone matrix.4) Diameter in. • An accelerometer curve and composite profiles of resistivity and dielectric curves give indications of irregular tool motion. resulting in less sensitivity to borehole rugosity • Uniquely measures both the incident and reflected phase and amplitude signal • Phase-shift and attenuation measurements from three receivers for increased accuracy • Automatic gain control permits good log quality across a wide range of formation resistivity • Extendable pad sensor reduces borehole rugosity effects. (mm) 4. HFDT™ High Frequency Dielectric Tool Specifications Length ft (m) 27. freshwater and most saltwater formations. and pad lift-off • Independent deployment of the pad and backup arm permit optimal alignment with other tools in the toolstring for more effective combination logging • Works in fresh.7) Maximum Pressure psi (Mpa) 20.5 (8.000 (137.75 (120.9) Maximum Temperature °F (°C) 320 (160) Weight lb (kg) 720 (326. mudcake buildup. the high frequency dielectric clearly shows that the zones from 46 ft to 83 ft and 91 ft to 99 ft are hydrocarbon bearing while the zone from 132 ft to 142 ft is water filled. In the above example.000 MHz electromagnetic wave into the formation and measures the propagated wave amplitude and phase with respect to the transmitted signal. Applications • Provides reliable Rxo measurements for determining flushed-zone water saturation (Sxo) and moveable hydrocarbon volumes • Determining irreducible water saturation (Swirr) in oilbased muds • Evaluation of thinly bedded sand/shale sequences • Determination of the cementation exponent (m) when combined with other micro-resistivity logs Features • Absolute and differential dielectric measurements are recorded.HFDT™ High Frequency Dielectric Tool The HFDT™ high frequency dielectric tool is a pad-type electric logging tool used primarily in the determination of flushed-zone water saturation (Sxo). The HFDT tool transmits a continuous 1. The principle measurement objectives are to determine the complex dielectric constant of the formation. salt-saturated. and oil-based mud systems. Depth of investigation ranges from 1 cm to about 10 cm.

and rock texture changes provide significant insights that can impact reservoir exploration and development. depositional features. completion tactics. sharp images. Associated Answer Products • SHIVA™ program • AutoDip™ service • TrendSetter™ service • Texture-profile • Manual dip picking • Image interpretation Static (Track 2) and dynamic (Track 5) enhancement of an EMI™ borehole image showing a sand-shale sequence and the computed dips (Track 4) of the sedimentary strata. and hydrocarbon depletion efficiency • Allows thin bed delineation and improved net pay estimations • Quantifies rock textures and electro-facies • Permits 2D and 3D borehole geometry and breakout presentations from 6 caliper measurements as well as characterization and evaluation of secondary porosity • Identifies orientation and connectivity of fracture systems Features Electric borehole technology has the capability of resolving features impossible to resolve using conventional logging tools. High resolution data can provide insight into the texture of the formation and reveal details conventional logs cannot. Open-Hole Wireline Services HAL9155 3-9 . thin beds. In addition. Vertical fractures (drilling artifacts) are also seen in the enhanced images. and sedimentological analysis for optimized offset well placement. These current variations are then converted to color or gray-scaled images. The current of each button is recorded as a curve and sampled every 0. optimum pad contact can be maintained with a minimum of pad pressure even in rugose. These images are produced by measuring and mapping formation micro-resistivity with each of the 150 pad-mounted button electrodes on six independent arms. Consistent. By virtue of independent arm linkages and pad articulation. Applications • Provides a variety of real-time and post-processing 2D and 3D image products to evaluate geological. more complete borehole coverage. or non-circular boreholes. direct pad contact with the borehole wall is essential to obtaining high quality borehole image data. Conventional dipmeter information is embedded into the image data and is available for standard SED™ tool answer products.1-in. making it possible to acquire quality image data in non-optimal hole conditions. core-like images of the formations encountered by the borehole. A navigation package is included in the EMI tool to provide accurate information on tool position and orientation within the borehole. Small fractures. and a reduced dependence on corrections for irregular tool motion effects (speed corrections). stratigraphic. and borehole properties • Offers detailed structural. petrophysical.Imaging EMI™ Electrical Micro Imaging Service The EMI™ Electrical Micro Imaging service provides highly detailed. This results in accurate. washed-out. bedding planes. (120 samples/ft). the EMI service uses six independent arms. vugs.

7) 350 (176.000 (137.0) Maximum Pressure psi (Mpa) 20. Hand picking would be tedious. Fine structural and stratigraphic details of a thinly bedded reservoir are captured in this borehole image.HAL9156 Soft sediment deformation and slumping are captured on the electric image.5) Diameter (minimum) in. Slumping above the base of the sand (3295) is evident and current bedding above give evidence of the depositional environment. time consuming.000 (137.3) 41 (12. There are over 100 dips selected in this 13-ft interval. The automatically picked dips do an excellent job of capturing dip trend details.7) Weight lb (kg) 496 (225) N/A 3-10 HAL9157 Open-Hole Wireline Services .0) 5 (127. HAL9158 EMI™ Electrical Micro Imaging Service Specifications Equipment EMI™ Tool Only EMI Toolstring Length ft (m) 24 (7. The AutoDip™ program does a good job of capturing the dip reversals and handling the high angle dips. (mm) 5 (127.9) 20.9) Maximum Temperature °F (°C) 350 (176. Structural and stratigraphic dips are well represented in this example. and perhaps discretionary.

and the dynamic range is expanded by a factor of up to three. Applications • Shows bedding dips that help rationalize the choice of next drilling location • Chooses the sidewall core zones. holes) help obtain high resolution pictures of the borehole walls. and perforation intervals accurately by integrating images with other open-hole logs • Computes accurate high resolution net-to-gross • Optimizes offset well placement by evaluating structural and stratigraphic features and bedding orientation • Provides more accurate net-to-gross estimations in laminated shaly sands and carbonates by delineating thin beds and laminations • Rationalizes well stimulation and formation testing decisions by characterizing the secondary porosity (e. formation testing zones. The resulting images offer superior fidelity even in highly resistive formations (Rt > 2000 ohm m) or relatively salty borehole fluids (Rm < 0. state-of-the-art 32 bit digital signal acquisition architecture combined with a large increase in available power for the excitation current (EMEX). and (c) stylolites. Further.XRMI™ X-Tended Range Micro Imager Tool This new electrical wireline borehole imaging tool is designed to obtain superior quality images even in high Rt:Rm environments. Pads mounted on six independently articulated arms help maintain pad contact in rugose. elliptical. washed-out. Open-Hole Wireline Services 3-11 .g.1 ohm m). or highly deviated boreholes. fractures and vugs) in reservoirs • Optimizes drilling efficiency by evaluating and orienting borehole breakout • Optimizes the completion tactics and reservoir management by providing characterization of rock texture and electro-facies HAL13882 HAL13883 a b c High resolution XRMI™ images showing the micro-textural geological details in the fabric of a limestone section in a test well from Permian Basin. As a result.000 in this borehole. Besides the new electronics. The Rt:Rm ratio exceeds 100. high sampling rate (120 samples/ft) and adequate borehole coverage (67% in 8. West Texas: (a) vugular open porosity.5 in. The expanded operating range of the XRMI™ X-tended range micro imager tool over conventional electrical imaging tools is achieved through its new. the signal to noise ratio of the raw measurements is improved by a factor of up to five. (b) open natural fractures. the mandrel architecture derived from Halliburton’s highly successful EMI™ imaging tool greatly helps the XRMI tool generate superior quality borehole images.

000 (137 895) Maximum Temperature °F (°C) 350 (176.18 (7. The first image track shows the static equalized image and the second image track exhibits the texture-enhanced high resolution image produced by the application texture-pro.5 in. hole.240) Maximum Hole Size in.34) Maximum Pressure psi (Kpa) 20. Central dip-track shows the results of Auto-Dip™ service. (cm) 5 (12.37) Maximum OD in. The sharp change in the dip azimuths from west to east is interpreted to be due to slump faulting.7) Minimum Hole Size in. (cm) 6 (15. (cm) 21 (53. The base of the channel sand is also a scoured surface.7) Weight lb (kg) 496 (225) Borehole coverage is 67% in 8. XRMI™ X-Tended Range Micro Imager Tool Specifications Length ft (m) 24.An XRMI™ formation evaluation answer product generated by Halliburton’s proprietary software WXforecast. 3-12 HAL13884 Open-Hole Wireline Services .

The OMRI tool generates crisp. The sensor pads are mounted on the caliper arms with unique two-axis of articulation. high-resolution digital images of the wellbore down to 1 in. This combination of features provides unparalleled image fidelity over the widest possible range of logging conditions. instead of 1 ft of vertical resolution that is available with conventional logging tools. An advanced pad sensor generates six resistivity measurements per pad. This facilitates improved pad contact.OMRI™ Oil-Based Micro-Imager Tool The latest addition to Halliburton’s borehole imaging solutions is the OMRI™ tool for use in oil-based muds. each with a vertical resolution of 1 in. useful in frac jobs and completion designs. and a depth of investigation of about 3 in. The pads are mounted on six independent caliper arms which yield true assessments of borehole shape and stress. Applications • High vertical resolution pay zone volumetrics (both fluids and minerals) • Pay zone detection (in extreme thin bed / “low contrast” pay zones) • Structural and stratigraphic dips • Sedimentary features and textures • Net-to-gross sand counts • Identification of faults and unconformities • Evaluation of sedimentary sequences and flow units • Lithologic unit thickness • Secondary porosity evaluation • Sequence stratigraphy analysis • Borehole stresses analysis HAL18834 Open-Hole Wireline Services 3-13 . The extra resolution makes thin bed pay and other important features clearly visible. Data is collected at 120 samples per foot with a proprietary signal acquisition scheme optimized for rugose hole conditions. and thus improved images. in less than ideal borehole conditions. of vertical resolution.

sedimentary geometry and texture. (cm) 24 (60.5 (13. accurate pictures of the reservoir that answer key geological and petrophysical questions • Identifies thin bed pay that cannot be seen with conventional logs.7) Minimum Hole in. sand attributes. clasts.39) Maximum OD in. particularly in geologically younger. 3-14 Open-Hole Wireline Services HAL18835 . which serve to enhance reservoir management decision making • Optimizes design of completion programs in order to be more efficient and cost effective OMRI™ Oil-Based Micro-Imager Tool Specifications Length ft (m) 27. and lithologic unit thickness • Recognizes features beyond resolution of conventional logs. permeability. (cm) 5.97) Maximum Pressure psi (Kpa) 20.5 (16.96) Weight lb (kg) 760 (344. and flow potential when integrated with other logs and well information • Provides detailed. Mudcake Resistivity > 10.5) Maximum Hole in. unconsolidated formations • Helps increase success rate in multi-well developments by answering questions about sedimentology and structural and stratigraphic analysis.1 m/min) Low Data Rate 20 ft/min (6.54 (8. fluid profile.0.Features • Identifies important reservoir characteristics.000 (137 895) Maximum Temperature °F (°C) 350 (176. (cm) 6. such as structural and stratigraphic dips. and more • Quantifies important reservoir characteristics such as lithology.25 in. borehole stresses. water saturation. porosity.000 ohm-m High Data Rate 30 ft/min (9. vugs. including permeability barriers.1 m/min) Tool Positioning Centralized Salt Borehole Fluids Fresh Oil X Air *Slower logging speed may be required for low resistivity environments or poor borehole conditions.73) Borehole Conditions Recommended Logging Speed* Range of Mudcake Thickness 0 .

and hydrocarbon depletion efficiency • Thin bed delineation and improved net pay estimations • 2D and 3D borehole geometry and breakout presentations from acoustic caliper measurements Features • Resolves features impossible to resolve using conventional logging tools. The tool’s interchangeable head rotates a full 360° and contains a high-frequency acoustic transducer to provide a full 360° profile of the borehole. vugs. A second acoustic transducer is mounted in the scanner housing and is used to measure characteristics of the borehole fluid.CAST-V™ Circumferential Acoustic Scanning Tool-Visualization The CAST-V™ circumferential acoustic scanning toolvisualization is an ultrasonic tool that provides highresolution images in both fresh and oil-based drilling fluids. The CAST-V tool is designed to operate in conjunction with other DITS™ tools but must be run centralized in fluid filled boreholes.000 (137.9) Maximum Temperature °F (°C) 350 (176. The fluid transit time is used to correct the internal radius measurements made from the scanner head while the acoustic impedance measurement is used as a quality control monitor Associated Answer Products • Manual dip-picking • Image interpretation CAST-V™ tool open-hole fractures example—3D projection with perspective view. (mm) 3. precise formation evaluation • Detailed structural.9 (5. depositional features. run primarily in open hole. and sedimentological analyses for optimized offset well placement. Small fractures. thin beds.5) Diameter in. Applications • Provides complete borehole imaging for accurate. completion design. CAST-V™ Circumferential Acoustic Scanning Tool-Visualization Specifications Length ft (m) 17.7) Weight lb (kg) 316 (143. consists of 200 points horizontally by 40 samples/ft vertically. A directional sub is provided to orient images to either the high side of the hole or to north. stratigraphic. bedding planes. The image mode. Borehole breakout (in direction of minimum stress) normal to strike of fractures.2) Maximum Pressure psi (Mpa) 20.63 (92. and rock texture changes provide significant insights that can impact reservoir exploration and development • Real-time fluid cell measures both borehole fluid transit time and fluid impedance.3) Open-Hole Wireline Services HAL9159 3-15 .

This data is then correlated to identify bedding and other features in the formation. Available at the wellsite as well as in the computing centers • Omnidip – module of SHIVA program uses the tool’s high sampling density to identify nonplanar surfaces and describe current bedding characteristics and other nonplanar sedimentary structures • Resmapa – borehole imaging program that interpolates between the six micro-resistivity curves to produce a color oriented image of structural and sedimentological features Standard processed SED™ log showing the raw resistivity data and results of dip analysis.2) 3-16 Open-Hole Wireline Services .000 (137. It provides six formation micro-resistivity measurements. tool orientation data.SED™ Six Arm Dipmeter The SED™ six arm dipmeter is an electric logging tool that provides data used to compute formation dip. reservoir modeling. • Independent arm linkage and swiveled pads provide optimum pad contact with a minimum of pad force • Tri-axial accelerometers and three magnetometers are employed to compute borehole drift.7) Weight lb (kg) 470 (213. The six micro-resistivity measurements are taken at 60° increments around the borehole.8) Diameter in. and reservoir management decisions • Improved evaluation of thinly laminated sand/shale sequences • Fracture detection • Directional data to provide TVD. drift surveys.9) Maximum Temperature °F (°C) 350 (176. and bottomhole location • Caliper data as input to 2D and 3D borehole profile plots as well as integrated borehole volumetrics Features • High resolution micro-resistivity measurements sampled at 0.3 (6. and corrections for tool rotation and irregular motion • Available oil-based mud pads for acquiring dip logs in non-conductive drilling fluids • Six independent caliper measurements describe borehole washout and breakout in precise detail HAL9160 Associated Answer Products • SHIVA™ program – standard analysis package to correlate raw micro-resistivity data and evaluate it for planar structural or sedimentological features. SED™ Six Arm Dipmeter Specifications Length ft (m) 22. Applications • Evaluate magnitude and direction of structural and stratigraphic dip events for offset well placement. azimuth. (mm) 4.3) Maximum Pressure psi (Mpa) 20. Results presented as vector (tadpole) plots.1-in. and six caliper curves.5 (114.

5 -0.25 QS QL 4.Nuclear SDL™ Spectral Density Log CALIPER rb 16 200 0.0 GAMMA API 0 Dr 10 -0. Applications • Determination of formation porosity • Identification of formation lithology regardless of formation fluid type • Indication of gas when used in combination with a neutron log Features • Delineation of thinly bedded formations using the unfiltered Pe curve • Field engineers perform precise calibration and wellsite checks • Curves indicating data quality are displayed on a computer screen in real-time and are recorded on the log • Advanced correction algorithm is applied to density data • Rigid tungsten pad incorporates a 1.0 c Pe The SDL™ spectral density log provides superior formation bulk density and borehole compensated photoelectric factor (Pe) measurements.25 0.5 INCHES 3.5 2.5 X250 X300 X350 X400 HAL9374 X450 Typical Field Output of the SDL™ Tool Quartz Calcite Dolomite 23 L3 HA Mineral Identification Plot Open-Hole Wireline Services 3-17 .5-curie cesium-137 source and two high-efficiency scintillation detectors designed to maintain high gamma counts • Rugged construction and advanced gain stabilization help maintain measurement integrity under varying temperature conditions • Combinable with a complete family of tools that operates under the DITS™ digital interactive telemetry system 6 0 -4.

9) Maximum Temperature °F (°C) 350 (176. These include: – ULTRA™ multi-mineral evaluation program – CORAL™ complex lithology analysis – LARA™ laminated reservoir analysis – SASHA™ shaly sand analysis SDL™ Spectral Density Log Specifications Length ft (m) 19. and cased-hole saturation analysis to provide a complete formation evaluation product.3) Maximum Pressure psi (Mpa) 20.9) Diameter in.3 (5.Associated Answer Products • The wellsite answer product is apparent bulk density of the formation and borehole compensated photoelectric factor • Bulk density or density porosity data is used with other open-hole sensors as input to Halliburton’s mineralogy.5 (114. open-hole.7) Weight lb (kg) 420 (190. (mm) 4.000 (137.5) 3-18 Open-Hole Wireline Services .

Neutron porosity logs provide total fluid information for use with resistivity logs and/or pulsed neutron logs in determining formation water saturation. two He3 detectors.DSN™ Dual-Spaced Neutron Tool The DSN™ dual-spaced neutron tool is a thermal neutron tool designed to measure formation porosity from neutronnuclei interactions. Open-Hole Wireline Services HAL1664 3-19 . The DSN tool consists of an instrument section housing the electronics. In cased holes. advanced calibration methods. In open holes. Applications • Gas detection • Porosity • Lithology Features • Detector array contains two helium proportional counters • Optimized detector spacing. reveal gas zones. Since thermal neutrons are detected. and greater counting rates • Faster log runs • Delineation of thin-bed formations with enhanced vertical resolution (EVR) available in real-time or in post-processing • A combination of logging tools can be run to identify lithology. the DSN tool is usually combined with the NGRT tool and DITS™ casing collar locator. and a source sub housing an americium-beryllium source which generates fast neutrons that penetrate the formation at an initial energy of 4. However. and calculate shale volumes In this DSN™ log example. thermal neutron detectors are more sensitive to lithology and are affected by borehole and formation salinity. The resulting near/far ratio curves and the calculated porosity curves are overlaid to illustrate the high repeatability of DSN tool porosity measurements. the subject well was logged twice. the DSN tool is usually combined with the SDLT™ spectral density logging tool and the NGRT™ natural gamma ray tool. count rates are much higher than for epithermal neutrons. They can be combined with density logs to provide an indication of formation gas saturation and also with density and/or sonic logs to provide indications of formation lithology. The dual detector method is used to compensate for these environmental effects. Thermal neutron tools are not as limited by the spacing and depth of investigation problems associated with epithermal neutron tools.6 MeV.

25 (3.9) 3-20 Open-Hole Wireline Services . These include: – ULTRA™ multi-mineral evaluation program – CORAL™ complex lithology analysis – LARA™ laminated reservoir analysis – SASHA™ shaly sand analysis DSN™ Dual-Spaced Neutron Tool Specifications Length ft (m) 10. (mm) 3.1) Diameter in.9) Maximum Temperature °F (°C) 350 (176.63 (92.000 (137. open-hole.7) Weight lb (kg) 196 (88.2) Maximum Pressure psi (Mpa) 20.Associated Answer Products • Wellsite answer product is the neutron porosity NPHI • Neutron porosity data is also used with other open-hole sensors as input to Halliburton’s mineralogy. and cased-hole saturation analysis to provide a complete formation evaluation product.

These include: – ULTRA™ multi-mineral evaluation program – CORAL™ complex lithology analysis – LARA™ laminated reservoir analysis – SASHA™ shaly sand analysis DSEN™ log computed assuming a limestone matrix. It is used primarily in air-filled wells or in fluid-filled wells where shales and/or formation salinity adversely affect thermal neutron measurements.1) Open-Hole Wireline Services 3-21 .7) Weight lb (kg) 170 (77. Applications • Neutron porosity measurements in water or gas filled boreholes • Gas detection in the formation or in filled wellbores when combined with density measurements • Porosity curve measurements that are less affected by thermal neutron absorbers in shale. The bottom of the well is liquid filled. and foam-filled boreholes • Provides consistent. From x534 to the top.25 (2.DSEN™ Dual-Spaced Epithermal Neutron Log Tool The DSEN™ dual-spaced epithermal neutron log tool is a subsurface logging tool that provides a measurement of epithermal neutron porosity.2) Diameter in.2) Maximum Pressure psi (Mpa) 20. and cased-hole saturation analysis to provide a complete formation evaluation product.63 (92. gas. repeatable data over entire porosity range • Requires minimum corrections in high-temperature environments.9) Maximum Temperature °F (°C) 350 (176. such as boron and gadolinium Features • Less affected by formation water salinity • Combinable with other tools • Optimized dual neutron detector design combines twodetector responses for enhanced accuracy • Uses a steady-state neutron generating source (radioactive americium-beryllium.000 (137. Formation gas is indicated when the density porosity becomes greater than the neutron porosity. In open boreholes. the well is air filled. AmBe) and two epithermal neutron detectors to investigate formation porosity • Provides reliable porosity measurements even in air. open-hole. such as steamfloods and high-porosity formations HAL1663 Associated Answer Products • Epithermal neutron porosity (wellsite) • Neutron porosity data is also used with other open-hole sensors as input to Halliburton’s mineralogy. (mm) 3. DSEN™ Dual-Spaced Epithermal Neutron Log Tool Specifications Length ft (m) 7. This log reveals good gas zones from x586 to x427. the DSEN tool is usually combined with the SDLT™ spectral density logging tool and the NGRT™ natural gamma ray tool.

and uranium 3-22 Open-Hole Wireline Services . The CNSG tool's unique stabilizer system differentiates it from the competition by compensating for temperature related drift in the gamma ray energy gain and offset conversion. Measurement precision curves and tool diagnostics help validate logging data quality. freshwater in borehole. no casing. and thorium concentrations. and thorium • Clay typing. The tool uses full-spectrum processing to provide precise and accurate logs of potassium. volumes.625-in. and cation exchange capacity can be compared using CLAMS analysis software CSNG™ log with gamma ray contributions from thorium. volumes. and tool eccentered). Estimates of borehole potassium concentration and photoelectric absorption made during the log are helpful to confirm real-time corrections or to apply corrections in a recomputation mode. Applications • Detection of producible zones • Determine clay types. The full-spectrum processing performs additional refinement of the energy calibration and compensates for variations in detector resolution. borehole. and thorium weight concentrations in the formation • Reduced cross-correlation among elemental yields Associated Answer Products • Output from the CSNG spectral processing includes total gamma ray and elemental concentrations of potassium. uranium. uranium. removal of borehole potassium signal produces accurate total gamma ray and elemental yields in potassium muds. and cation exchange capacity using elemental concentration data and CLAMS™ clay and matrix analysis post-processing analysis Features • Measures and records energy of individual gamma rays • Elemental yield calculations are insensitive to photoelectric absorption in barite muds or other high-Z materials • Filtering technique improves the statistical precision of the elemental yields • Forms a spectrum of gamma energies indicating the number of gamma rays recorded at each energy level • 0 to 3 MeV spectrum facilitates determination of potassium. potassium. Another unique feature of the CSNG tool is its ability to provide real-time outputs corrected for the borehole environment and converted to standard conditions (8. uranium.000 keV. Also.CSNG™ Compensated Spectral Natural Gamma Ray The CSNG™ compensated spectral natural gamma ray tool measures the gamma ray spectrum from 0 to 3.

LOGIQ® CSNG™ Compensated Spectral Natural Gamma Ray Specifications Housing Titanium Low Z Makeup Length ft (m) 14.1) Maximum Pressure* psi (Mpa) 14.2) Maximum Temperature °F (°C) 350 (176.9) Diameter in.625 (92.625 (92.1) 3.9 (4. (mm) 3.9 (3. Open-Hole Wireline Services HAL23446 3-23 .7) 275 (135) Weight lb (kg) 271 (122.9) 260 (117.000 (55.000 (96.5) 8.9) *Please refer to the CSNG Pressure Rating Chart below.5) 12.

4) 3-24 Open-Hole Wireline Services . in real time. (mm) 3. VpVs. This tool configuration provides borehole compensation of the P-wave measurement. The full waveform data is digitally recorded for each receiver. and caliper presented in Track 1. especially when lubricator and pressure control equipment are required. The BSAT tool is over 12 ft shorter than many other acoustic logging tools. and arrival time in both open-hole and cased-hole applications. thus permitting advanced data analysis and quality control for waveform amplitude. The BSAT tool can also be used for 3-ft to 5-ft CBL-VDL measurements and can be run in combination with any IQ tool services. the reduction in tool length helps speed up rig-up and rig-down times. Semblance with compressive and shear slowness overlaid on the semblance image are presented in Track 3.83 (4. slowness. While not compromising data quality.2) Maximum Pressure psi (Mpa) 20.63 (92.7) Weight lb (kg) 318 (144.9) Maximum Temperature °F (°C) 350 (176.000 (137. the acoustic velocities of the formation.82) Diameter in. Compressional and refracted shear are presented in Track 2.Acoustics BSAT Borehole Compensated Sonic Array Tool Halliburton's BSAT service integrates two monopole transmitters with an array of five receivers. The process evaluates many attributes of the waveform data before selecting. Compression technique allows high uplink data transfer rate Gamma ray. Applications • P-wave slowness used for sonic porosity determination • Time-to-depth correlation • Synthetic seismograms • Identification of pore pressure changes • 3-ft to 5-ft CBL-VDL measurement • Instantaneous waveform attributes Features • Waveforms can be recorded at high logging speeds • The P-wave slowness is obtained using a robust waveform cross correlation semblance process • Downhole digitization helps eliminate the transmission noise and improve signal-to-noise ratio. The P-wave slowness is obtained using a robust waveform cross correlation coherency process which utilizes the waveform data from the entire receiver array. • Can be used as CBL tool in combination with any LOGIQ® cased-hole services BSAT Borehole Compensated Sonic Array Tool Specifications Length ft (m) 15.

and monopole P-wave travel time are presented in Track 2. and it is not limited to the bottom of the toolstring. The dipole Y semblance with the YY shear wave slowness overlaid on the semblance image are presented in Track 5. 32 YY dipole. The tool has 32 broadband receivers. and 32 XX dipole) for each firing cycle. The WaveSonic tool is combinable with all standard open and cased-hole tool services. and their orientation in the formation. and production enhancement treatment design. Monopole semblance with the compressive wave slowness overlaid on the semblance image are presented in Track 3.time from the XX and YY dipole data. arranged in eight rings of four receivers. saltwater. refracted shear wave slowness. From the fast and slow shear wave travel times. wellbore stability. dipole Y travel time. A hostile WaveSonic version is available for high-temperature and high-pressure applications. The WaveSonic tool requires a liquid filled borehole and can be used in freshwater. XX dipole. The dipole X travel time.WaveSonic® Tool The WaveSonic® crossed dipole sonic tool provides simultaneous monopole. and YY dipole sonic measurements. Natural gamma ray and caliper are presented in Track 1. Semblance quality data is presented in the depth track. to provide high-quality waveform data. The shear wave slowness in two orthogonal directions can be obtained in real. The robust mechanical design of this tool allows for drillpipe conveyed logging. The dipole flexural wave propagation allows for the measurement of shear wave slowness in virtually all formation conditions. and Stoneley wave properties are obtained from the monopole data. strategically located throughout the world. the minimum and maximum principal stresses and stress field orientation can be obtained by combining oriented slowness data with overburden and analysis. or oilbased mud systems. The shear wave slowness in the XX and YY directions and the monopole P-wave slowness are the basic well site deliverables. The tool provides 96 waveforms (32 monopole. The fast and slow shear wave travel times are obtained with advanced waveform processing methods in Halliburton's reservoir evaluation services centers. Open-Hole Wireline Services 3-25 . The dipole X semblance with the XX shear wave slowness overlaid on the semblance image are presented in Track 4. which are recorded by the surface system. The compressional P-wave slowness.

9) 30. (mm) 3. and sanding potential WaveSonic® Tool Specification Length ft (m) 34.9 (12.Sonic anisotropy analysis provides the fast and slow shear wave travel times as a simultaneous solution of 64 waveforms (32 XX and 32 YY).9) Maximum Temperature °F (°C) 350 (176.4) 3.9 (12. combined with P-wave slowness.0 (10.13 (79.000 (206. and frequency content can be used for identification of fractures and compressive fluids and to measure various geomechanical properties.4) Diameter in.3) Diameter in.6) 3-26 Open-Hole Wireline Services .0) Weight lb (kg) 595 (269.0) 500 (260. allows for better 3D seismic analysis. including MRIL® and RDT™ tools and services Associated Answer Products • Shear slowness anisotropy analysis • RockXpert2™ sand production and fracture strength analysis • FracXpert™ fracture stimulation zoning analysis pore pressure data information is vital for geo-mechanical • Instantaneous waveform attributes • Stoneley derived permeability • Stoneley reflection analysis • Formation stress.9) 720 (326. quad receiver array for highquality waveform data • All 96 waveforms for each set of transmitter firings are recorded at the surface for advanced waveform processing techniques • Combinable with all open-hole tools. borehole stability.63 (92.7) Weight lb (kg) 520 (236.3) Hostile WaveSonic® Tool Specification Tool Version 20 kpsi Tool 30 kpsi Tool Length ft (m) 40. amplitude.2) Maximum Pressure psi (Mpa) 20. Applications • Determine fast and slow wave travel times and orientation in the formation • Calculate minimum and maximum principal stresses and stress field orientation • Porosity estimation • Fracture identification • Permeability (mobility) estimation • AVO calibration • Synthetic seismogram Features • Programmable-frequency sources to minimize effects of near-wellbore alteration • Broadband eight-level.000 (137.000 (137. (mm) 3.8) Maximum Temperature °F (°C) 500 (260.4) Maximum Pressure psi (Mpa) 20. The sonic attributes of slowness. The fast and slow shear wave travel times and their orientation.4) 40.13 (79. Anisotropy and its orientation can be used to determine the minimum horizontal stress and the orientation of natural fractures.

and other logging data such as gamma ray and caliper • Quality presentation – indicators which establish confidence levels for the slowness processing. salt. the FWS tool is compatible with all DITS™ logging tool strings. X-X caliper. and correlation curves. velocity ratio. and geophysical applications. including compressional slowness and semblance coherency and refracted shear and semblance quality gain curves for each receiver • Waveform presentation – waveforms from all four receivers can be presented. and Stoneley wave properties of downhole formations for a wide range of petrophysical. refracted shear wave. The long transmitter-to-receiver offset allows for the acquisition of borehole sonic data beyond the effects of any near-wellbore altered region. Applications • Identify wave properties of downhole formations • Acquisition of borehole sonic data The natural gamma ray. A liquid-filled borehole is required for sonic logging and can be used in fresh. To minimize the number of logging trips required for complete formation evaluation.FWS™ Full Wave Sonic Tool The FWS™ tool provides compressional wave. The information obtained from the FWS tool is plotted in three separate log presentations: • Slowness presentation – compressional slowness and refracted shear slowness. P-wave travel time and P-wave semblance quality are presented in Track 1. Y-Y caliper. The monopole waveform data is presented in Track 2 in the MicroSeismogram™ format (X-Z) and in an X-Y waveform presentation in Track 3. geological. and time-depth integration of the compressional and shear travel times. Gain curves reflecting the gain applied to the waveform by the automatic gain control (AGC) circuit. Open-Hole Wireline Services HAL9170 3-27 . This long offset also allows for the acquisition of high-quality sonic data in enlarged boreholes where critical angle effects would affect sonic tools with short transmitter-to-receiver offsets. including gamma ray and caliper information The FWS tool can be run in the cased-hole environment to obtain sonic properties through casing. or oil-based mud systems. Acoustic coupling of the pipe-to-formation is required for cased-hole applications.

1) Maximum Pressure psi (Mpa) 20. digitally recorded waveform data. and improved porosity estimates using both Δtc and Δts • Lithology identification by means of velocity ratio.6 (8.7) Weight lb (kg) 460 (208.Features • Long transmitter-to-receiver offsets and 1 ft receiver-to-receiver spacings • Detection of signals at all receivers for each transmitter pulse ensures constant source characteristics • Automatic gain control of each receiver preserves signal amplitude • Downhole digitizing helps eliminate transmission noise and allows broadband frequency response • Low-frequency response allows detection of low frequency Stoneley waves and multiple Δt measurements per depth interval • Continuous uninterrupted recording of full waveform signals • Records various types of information including tool data. Δts/ Δtc.9) Maximum Temperature °F (°C) 350 (176. quality curves.7) 3-28 Open-Hole Wireline Services . and estimation of formation strength and least horizontal stress • Prediction of vertical extent of hydraulic fractures • Improved vertical resolution for detection of thinner beds (Beds as thin as 3 in. (mm) 3.000 (137.625 (92. determination of rock elastic constants. and final results • Operator-selectable multiple modes of tool operation.7) Diameter in. can be identified with the t curves) • Calculates sonic porosity from P-wave slowness and can determine secondary porosity by combining sonic porosity with neutron and density porosity data • Time-to-depth correlation for seismic correlation • Combining sonic slowness data with formation density data is the required input information needed for synthetic seismograms FWS™ Full Wave Sonic Tool Specifications Length ft (m) 28. and location of gas zones. even in poor hole conditions and cased holes • Indication of permeability variations with depth from Stoneley wave attenuation and slowness • Detection of naturally fractured zones.

critical questions all well operators must answer to understand the economics of a newly drilled prospect: • Has the well penetrated reservoir rock? (What is the total and effective porosity in a complex lithology environment?) • What types of fluids (hydrocarbons) are present in the reservoir and how are they distributed? • What is the ability of the reservoir to produce these hydrocarbons. the MRIL tools are uniquely a minerology-independent porosity tool(s). Both the MRILXL and MRIL®-Prime should be considered the first choices for primary formation evaluation in open holes. The MRIL tools truly measure the amount of fluid in the pore space and do not measure rock matrix. find fluid contacts.) • Provide fluid-typing (gas-oil-water). Unlike density. yielding clay-bound water porosity. Applications The MRIL® tools are used in open-hole logging programs to: • Obtain minerology-independent measurements of porosity. irreducible porosity (i.e. Amplitude of the measured signals gives porosity. whereas the actual signature carries information on rock properties and fluid characteristics. will they flow in this type of formation? (What is the permeability?) • Will there be associated water production (BVI/FFI)? The MRIL-XL and MRIL-Prime tools utilize the very same principles as medical MRI by directly measuring the magnetic resonance of hydrogen atoms in fluids. NMR logging answers the four basic.NMR MRIL-XL™ and MRIL®-Prime Magnetic Resonance Image Logging Tools The MRIL-XL™ tool is the latest family member of Halliburton's wireline NMR logging tools. identify changes in oil viscosity • Identify low-resistivity and/or low-contrast pay zones HAL18923 MRIL-XL™ Service HAL1716 MRIL®-Prime Service Open-Hole Wireline Services 3-29 .e. volume of bound fluid). this requires integration with core data. or sonic porosity devices. and total porosity • Provide a permeability profile along the well. i. free-fluid porosity. neutron. (Note that standard perm values are not calibrated. which require accurate matrix and fluid-density or Δt-matrix and Δt fluid to compute porosity.

1) 1. MRIL®-Prime is available in two sizes (slim sonde has 4. Obtained by operating the MRIL service using a short and long Tw (wait time.000 (137. which allows the tool to log considerably faster than any single frequency NMR tool • Both MRIL services can acquire simultaneous T1 and T2 logs and all MRIL services have maximum temperature ratings of 350°F • Through-wire and switching sub adapters offer ultimate combinability with other Halliburton tools and competitor tools • Compatible with drillpipe or tubing conveyed type logging systems in highly deviated wells • Accurately measures porosity in mixed mineralogy reservoirs • Improves completion success in low-permeability reservoirs • Identifies pay zones in laminated. (mm) 6.875-in. to >12.3) MRIL-XL™ Service Specifications Sonde in. leading to increased production of reserves and some spectacular discoveries in even mature production areas These huge amounts of reservoir information from a single device are extremely valuable for optimizing stimulation and completion programs. • Each frequency creates an independent volume of fluids in the formation.9) Maximum Temperature °F (°C) 350 (176.25-in.000 (137.600 (726) 3-30 Open-Hole Wireline Services . the MRIL-XL™ signal penetration into the formation is effectively increased in large boreholes. and the effects of drilling mud are eliminated.7) 350 (176. to 12.2ms and a longer Te of 6ms or longer) MRIL®-Prime Magnetic Resonance Image Logging Tool Specifications Sonde in.4) Diameter in. MRIL-XL service is available with a standard 6-in.000 (137.00 (152. OD and standard sonde has 6-in.275 (578.7) Weight lb (kg) 1.00 (152. (mm) 6. Obtained by operating the MRIL service using two different Te (inter-echo spacing.0 Length ft (m) 45.475 (669. and shale formations • Increases access to reserves by providing complete and accurate analyses of low resistivity/low-contrast intervals • Identifies zones of water-free production • Multi-frequency capability allows operators to acquire much more accurate data by combining the measurements made in each volume (at each different frequency) • Only product to allow combining of different measurements probing different NMR properties of the fluids and formation in one single pass—a major step forward in fluid identification and quantification • Has successfully pioneered the discovery of oil in zones which triple-combo has traditionally bypassed.9) Maximum Temperature °F (°C) 350 (176.8) Maximum Pressure psi (Mpa) 20. OD) to accommodate hole sizes from 5. thereby optimizing the productivity of each well drilled. Both MRIL services may be operated at up to 9 RF-frequencies— allowing data acquisition to be fast and efficient.25-in.9) 20. sonde to accommodate holes sizes from 7.Features As an eccentered NMR tool.875-in.7) Weight lb (kg) 1.4 (15.4) 4. and is especially effective in large deviated boreholes. 6 4.875-in.49) Diameter in. 6.9 (16. fine-grained sand. such as a short Te of 1. such as 1s and 12s) in a single logging pass • DTE dual echo time analysis – an analysis of hydrocarbon or other fluids within each reservoir. Associated Answer Products • MRIAN™ MRI analysis – an integrated analysis which incorporates MRIL porosity from T1 and/or T2 plus resistivity data in the dual-water model • TDA™ time domain analysis – a MRIL only fluids and porosity analysis derived from analysis of the raw NMR echo train data only • DTW dual wait time analysis – an analysis of hydrocarbon type or types found within each reservoir.4) Maximum Pressure psi (MPa) 20.875 Length ft (m) 52.7 (13.1) 50.875 (123.

T2. Open-Hole Wireline Services 3-31 . these measurements can be interpreted to determine when a clean sample can be taken and saved in Halliburton's RDT™ reservoir description tool sample chambers. This makes the MRILab service approach superior to traditional reservoir fluid sample processing that involves transferring samples uphole at the wellsite for conventional laboratory analysis. Because contaminates mixed with crude oil modulate the T1 response. The measured T1. Features • Identifies connate oil vs. and they are available at the wellsite immediately where they will have the most value. providing real-time fluid analysis while pumping out to determine optimal time to obtain the cleanest samples possible.MRILab® Magnetic Resonance Image Fluid Analyzer Halliburton's patented MRILab® service is another breakthrough development of nuclear magnetic resonance imaging technology for oil and gas operators. The service provides laboratory-quality fluids measurements at reservoir conditions in real time by directly measuring the magnetic resonance parameter T1. This ability to provide downhole laboratory-quality fluid measurements makes the MRILab service an integral component of the RDT tool. and the self-diffusion coefficient (D) of the reservoir fluids tie directly into important fluid characteristics such as viscosity and apparent Hydrogen Index. These measurements are significant for completion and reservoir engineering as well as for reservoir understanding. oil-based mud filtrate differentiation • Provides accurate fluid data for MRIL® log interpretation either wireline or LWD • Measures hydrocarbon viscosity in-situ • Complements MRIL logging service and extends the application of MRI technology in reservoir fluids determination • Can be conveyed on wireline or drillpipe • Measures the magnetic resonance properties of reservoir fluids as the RDT pumps from the reservoir into the borehole or sample chamber • Measures T1 of fluid in the flowline while pumping with the RDT • Measures T2 and diffusivity of stagnant fluid in the flowline MRILab® service is a modular component to the RDT™ reservoir description tool. The MRILab service allows operators to measure relaxation times on reservoir fluids in-situ at true reservoir conditions—an important industry first.

7) Maximum Pressure psi (Mpa) 20.9) Maximum Temperature °F (°C) 350 (176.000 (137. Further. capacitance. and pump rate. Since the MRILab® measurements occur downhole on in-place and unaltered reservoir fluids. MRILab® Service Specifications Length ft (m) 14 (4. Similarly. Surface laboratory PVT analysis is both expensive and can take weeks or months to produce results. It is not uncommon for physical drillstem tests for viscosity and other key fluid properties to cost the operator hundreds of thousands of dollars when all the expenses are calculated • More accurate measurements of native oil than other methods. pressures.3) Diameter in.4) 3-32 Open-Hole Wireline Services . thus eliminating the need for transfer and transport of hazardous fluid samples. And during that time the clock is running on the well operators' and other contractors' time. Safety. the MRILab tool is equipped with real-time telemetry capability that makes the results of the measurements viewable remotely over a secure connection between client and the tool Health. and personnel costs. rental equipment. (mm) 4. T1 spectra. real-time analysis of the reservoir fluids may reduce the number of samples that are required. FluidXpert™ fluid analysis service – Real-time NMR fluid analysis from the MRILab® service while pumping out to determine optimal time to obtain sample.7) Weight lb (kg) 400 (181. The actual task of collecting a reasonably uncontaminated reservoir fluid sample can require significant rig time. The well operator can have confidence in the viscosity oil characterization measurement results on the native oil in place in the reservoir • Results are available in real-time at the rigsite or by remote viewing. temperature. there is no direct human manipulation and no opportunity for the errors that can occur in surface lab work. and Environmental The ability to analyze the filtrate contamination level of reservoir fluids in real-time allows one to minimize the volume of fluid that is pumped from the formation into the wellbore before securing the fluid into the sample chamber. Viscosity and oil characterization are important attributes usable for making completion decisions • Producing this information right away at the rigsite makes MRILab data infinitely more valuable than surface lab data that may be delayed for over a month. Available while pumping: real-time contamination estimation. Hydrogen Index.• Available immediately at vastly reduced cost compared to conventional laboratory measurement.75 (120. Available in real time at the wellsite and in a customer's office via InSite Anywhere® service. fluid type probability.

Fixed Offset VSP. A full array of tools is available for analyzing high resolution seismic data for reservoir imaging. or active fracture monitoring. 3D VSP. Halliburton is an industry leader in providing advanced source and downhole array technologies for borehole seismic. etc. Salt Proximity Surveys. Multi-component arrays can be mobilized downhole to more accurately record true amplitude information of both compressional and shear waves. field. we use the most advanced 3D wavefront modeling software available. permafrost. The techniques include vertical incidence vertical seismic profiles (VIVSP) in deviated wells. and width of well frac or stimulation process Associated Answer Products • Vertical incidence VSP • Synthetic seismogram • FWS™ full wave sonic processing • ExactFrac® services Open-Hole Wireline Services 3-33 . stratigraphy. Compressional and shear images can be used in conjunction for lithology and fluid identification. Surveys can be repeated for time-lapse 4D views of fluid movements. Walkaways. Advanced source and receiver technology is crucial towards obtaining a more accurate and comprehensive geological picture of your well. Halliburton can offer custom built solutions for client’s seismic imaging field needs. fixed offset VSP surveys (FOVSP). 2D walkaway surveys.Borehole Geophysics Wellbore Seismic High Resolution Seismic Imaging—(Near Offset VSP. salt. length. and ExactFrac® or microseismic surveys. Halliburton offers advanced pre-processing. tomographic velocity analysis. fault reactivation. or reservoir. GeoTomo’s VECON software. Microseismic Surveys) Halliburton provides high-resolution images in the vicinity of the borehole using a number of different techniques depending on the objectives and the geologic environment. For survey planning. Halliburton’s expertise serves to benefit operators with reduced rig time and improved data quality. including multi-component wavefield separation and final imaging using pre-stack depth migration (PSDM).) • Map structure. salt proximity surveys. High Resolution Seismic Imaging Features • Generation of high-resolution multiple free images • Mapping of steep structures (such as salt flanks) • Detailed velocity cubes in areas of laterally changing velocity (shallow gas. and fluids with higher resolution and confidence than can be obtained with surface seismic • Improve a poor data quality area or overcome no-data areas High Resolution Seismic Imaging Applications • Profiling salt dome flanks • Detecting natural fractures • Enhanced seismic velocity analysis • Primary seismic reflector identification • Porosity and permeability estimation • Anisotropy determination • AVO analysis • Determine height. 3D VSP. Downhole seismic tools can also be used to passively listen to the reservoir and to map fluid movements. lithology.

) Calibration of the sonic log includes an analysis of the data to determine the cause of the differences (drift) between the sonic and the check shots. etc. to 22-in. and the entire string can lock into a 9. invaded zones. different methods of correction are used. Correlation between logs and seismic is important to verify interpreted horizons and to help determine the true phase of the surface seismic (important for advanced lithologic and fluid interpretations from seismic data). non-vertical ray paths. Depending on the cause of the drift.000 psi and with hole sizes from 3. well in only 30 seconds • Can be run in the following configurations: No. Recording of a shear sonic log or calculation of a synthetic shear log allows calculation of a 2D synthetic to analyze or predict AVO effects on the surface seismic. GeoChain VSP Downhole Receiver Array The GeoChain vertical seismic profile (VSP) array is designed for large borehole imaging surveys and can be used in open and cased holes with standard seven-conductor cable even in deep and hostile environments. which is subsequently convolved with a desired wavelet to create a synthetic seismic trace. GeoChain VSP Receiver Array Features • Based on the proven ASR-1 downhole geophone • Can be used in wells up to 25. damaged borehole. An accurate synthetic depends on sonic log calibration using data from a vertical seismic profile (VSP) or check shot survey.Reservoir Geophysics Long Array Multi-Component Acquisition Tools Halliburton offers survey planning. • Unique ACS™ active cooling system allows continuous operation up to 356°F (180°C) • Up to 42 satellites can be used in the array with a maximum tool spacing of 200 ft • All satellite locking arms open and close simultaneously. This calibration is necessary for a number of reasons such as: • Sonic log and surface seismic are measured at different frequencies (dispersion) • Sonic log and surface seismic can measure different rock and fluid volumes (fluid differences. The corrected sonic log is converted to interval velocity. of Tools 5 10 21 26 32 42 Sample Rate 1/2 ms 1 ms 2 ms 2. Systems include the GeoChain™ VSP downhole receiver array. data acquisition. 3D VSP. Synthetic Seismic Features • Helps promote accurate tie between well logs and surface seismic including phase determination • Allows identification of multiples on the surface seismic • Allows study of fluid and lithology effects on the seismic character Associated Answer Products • Vertical incidence VSP • High resolution seismic imaging (walkaway. Perturbation of the rock parameters also allows study of the effects of fluid and lithology changes on the seismic character.625-in. fixed offset. AVO Studies) • FWS™ full wave sonic processing Associated Answer Products • 3D VSP imaging • 2D VSP imaging • Interwell imaging • ExactFrac® (microseismic) services 3-34 Open-Hole Wireline Services .5-in. and data processing using multi-component long seismic arrays.5 ms 3 ms 4 ms Synthetic Seismic and Sonic Log Calibration The synthetic seismogram obtains an accurate tie between well logs measured in depth and the surface seismic image measured in two-way time. Changes in acoustic impedance are used to create a reflection coefficient log. Acoustic impedance is calculated using the corrected velocity log and the bulk density. salt proximity. Each tool combines advanced-source technology with industry leading multi-component and anisotropic migration software for a complete package of advanced custom designed reservoir imaging systems.

and accurately offset VSP (ZOVSP) with the source positioned in a single transfer the measured data to the surface. • Allows detailed analysis of the downgoing and upgoing VIVSP analysis is useful for facilitating more accurate timewavefield depth correlation between your well logs and your surface • Real seismic trace rather than synthetic for log seismic seismic. The rugged. VSP software and processing can be used in the field. VIVSP data can be useful for computing the dip of the reflecting horizons in the vicinity of the borehole. deconvolution. the VIVSP also delivers a high resolution 2D image beneath the wellbore. This image is typically higher frequency than the surface seismic. fixed offset. the from VSPs provide extremely important information for source is moved along with the downhole geophone tool to enhancing and supplementing surface seismic data. The data obtained location near the wellhead. VIVSP data is typically higher frequency than the surface seismic and can be used to better understand the reflectivity seen in the surface seismic. and pore pressure ahead of the bit. • Provides detailed velocity analysis VIVSP data provides an indispensable bridge between sonic log data and surface seismic data. Halliburton uses advanced proprietary software to handle VSPs in the most demanding geologic environments (advanced editing. in a computing center linked to the wellsite. In a vertical well. It is also useful for determining the phase of your correlation surface seismic and for identifying multiples. In highly deviated wells. interpolation. Velocity trends that are useful for predicting pore pressure are calibrated at the well. salt proximity. In deviated wells. anchored in the well. multi-component wavefield separation. and migration tools). it is known as a zero properly synchronize the energy sources. AVO studies) • FWS™ full wave sonic processing Open-Hole Wireline Services 3-35 . and structure ahead of the drill bit to help save drilling time and costs • Improve poor data-quality area or overcome no-data area • Helps profile salt dome flanks • Helps detect natural fractures • Aids seismic identification of lithology • Prospect delineation • Enhanced seismic velocity analysis • Primary seismic reflector identification • Analyze multiple patterns • Deconvolution operator for surface seismic data processing • Porosity and permeability estimation • 2D and 3D stratigraphic and structural imaging • Helps locate overthrust granite/sediment interface • AVO analysis Associated Answer Products • Synthetic seismogram • High resolution seismic imaging (walkaway. ocean bottom cable.Vertical Incidence Vertical Seismic Profiling (VIVSP) Analysis The VIVSP analysis is a downhole seismic survey with the quality seismic data. lithology. and tied directly to the wellbore in depth. computerized logging surface source positioned vertically above the geophones systems precisely position the geophone tool in the well. This can be used to confirm dips seen on dipmeter tools and help project these dips away from the well. or in the client offices for special projects. fluids. VIVSP is also very useful for predicting lithology. VSP acquisition teams utilize customized energy sources and the most advanced seismic tools available to record highVSP Applications • Direct correlation between surface seismic data and logs recorded in depth • Calibrate wireline sonic data for correlating synthetic seismograms with conventional seismograms • Mapping geologic structure in the vicinity of the wellbore • Predict stratigraphy. keep the source vertically positioned above the geophone VIVSP Features tool at each level. multiple free. the VIVSP can be helpful to identify and resolve the differences. In areas where it is difficult to obtain a good tie between the synthetic and the surface seismic.

our microseismic techniques provide real-time assessments of fracturing processes using two wells: • A stimulation well where actual frac jobs are under way • A monitor well equipped with a downhole geophone tool array with multiple sensors These microseismic techniques provide accurate information on the length. and distance of the frac being generated in the formation and can dramatically optimize the placement of future wells. height. offering both dipole sonic and borehole seismic services. To give engineers the answers they require.ExactFrac® Services Halliburton eases frac modeling concerns by taking a fullservice approach to logging. ExactFrac Services Features • Allows operators to optimize drilling program in field • Improves later frac jobs (only zone you need to frac) • Minimizes uncertainty in your fracturing program 3-36 Open-Hole Wireline Services .

Two closely spaced probes are standard. High-quality clean and representative formation fluid samples are collected. compressibility. This is accomplished through: • Pressure-gradient testing • Permeability anisotropy testing • Formation fluid properties monitoring • Zero Shock™ pressure/volume/temperature (PVT) sampling The RDT Zero Shock PVT sampling method eliminates unanticipated fluid expansion and pressure shocks during pumping and sampling through its advanced digital control feedback system. and resistivity are fluid properties which are monitored while pumping. representative. and saves rig time • Three flow control pump-out sections. Each multichamber section includes three 1. and capacitance are also monitored. Because these properties are monitored real-time. log mean T1. combinable formation tester and fluid-sampling tool. The large volume chamber also allows multiple pretests per pad set without releasing the pad from the borehole wall • Dual probe configuration provides improved horizontal and vertical permeability estimates due to probe proximity • Determine real-time horizontal and vertical mobilities while sampling or pre-testing • Dual probe configuration provides high reliability and redundancy with multiple quartz and strain gauge pressure measurements • Fluid type identification and contamination monitoring is used to discriminate between filtrate and formation fluid and to determine the optimal time to collect a fluid sample. configured for 4.or pressurecontrolled fluid entry to ensure accurate bubblepoint and PVT analyses.000. and 8. 6. and anisotropy are monitored. providing redundant packer seals and probes. Sample chambers are filled against hydrostatic pressure and additional pump pressure can be applied to maintain the sample in the single-phase condition while retrieving reservoir fluid to surface. Applications • Identify depleted and overpressured zones • Assess reservoir fluid types and contacts • Collect uncontaminated. contamination level. T1 and T2 distributions. along with a broad range of valuable reservoir data. The RDT tool provides accurate pressure measurements.or synthetic-based mud • Powerful pump reduces cleanup time. which maintains a constant flowrate throughout the sampling process. In addition. additional fluid properties including Hydrogen Index (HI). When the MRILab® section is added. horizontal mobility. viscosity index.000 psi pump pressure provide extended range pressure sampling capabilities in highly depleted or overbalanced conditions • Zero Shock™ flowrate control ensures sample integrity Open-Hole Wireline Services 3-37 . operators are able to identify the optimum point at which to divert fluid flow and collect samples. In-situ PVT bubblepoint testing is performed while pumping to determine the ideal sampling pressure for oil-bearing reservoirs. spherical mobility. density.Sampling RDT™ Reservoir Description Tool RDT™ reservoir description tool is a modular. PVT-quality reservoir fluid samples • Determine reservoir fluid PVT behavior • Determine formation permeability and anisotropy • Assess reservoir compartmentalization • Verify reservoir isolation • Detect interwell communication • Quantify field-wide pressure trends Features • The 100 cc pre-test chamber allows for rate.000 cc PVT sample chambers • Multiple fluid property sensor outputs are combined to yield reliable hydrocarbon/fluid typing even in oil.000. Bubblepoint.

Pressure Testing and Zero Shock™ Sampling Low Mobility and Laminated Pressure Testing and Zero Shock™ Sampling Mini-DST and VIT Pressure Testing and Zero Shock™ Sampling Mini-DST and VIT Pressure Testing and Zero Shock™ Sampling with Straddle Packer DPS OPS OPS DPS QGS QGS DPS QGS FPS FPS QGS SPS MCS MCS QGS FPS FPS MRILab MRILab MCS MCS MCS MCS MRILab MRILab MCS MCS 3-38 Open-Hole Wireline Services .

thinly bedded sands.000. In carbonates. Such features make sampling and reservoir characterization difficult with a probe.75-in. Resolution is 0. Features • Design redundancy – two flow paths • Operational efficiency • Different pad configurations • Closely spaced – enhanced permeability • Probe shut-in valve – reduced flowline storage volume • Faster buildup times – tight zones • Resistivity fluid ID sensor • Drawdown rate control 0. In addition to the increased vertical sealing area. and anisotropy (kv/kh) over an extended range of operation. The challenge is due to. thus achieving steady-state pressure quickly and reducing required testing time. Open-Hole Wireline Services 3-39 . most of the production occurs from small features. and naturally fractured reservoirs can exhibit a very challenging logging environment when pressure testing and fluid sampling are required. or 8. which usually results in a tight test.1 gpm) • Flowrate feedback control • Single phase samples QGS Quartz Gauge Section The quartz pressure transducer features 14. This sensor is just 0. the oval pad reduces pumping times compared to a standard probe and in some cases a straddle packer. The lighter fluid segregates towards the top of the packed-off interval. SPS incorporates a dual port design which offers unique benefits in non-horizontal wells when a density contrast exists between the drilling mud contaminant and reservoir fluids. The oval pad spans a 9-in. which means shorter time to thermal stability and fast temperature compensation. Simulations show that when the complete testing system performance is considered. giving it the sealing advantages of a straddle packer but still maintaining the operational flexibility of a probe. which is normally ample to characterize heterogeneous rock. one available option is to close the bottom port to flow only the lighter fluid through the top probe. the oval shape can reduce the sampling time due to a focusing effect the pad has on nearwellbore flow.000. permeability (kh). Straddle Packer The straddle packer section (SPS) offers advantages over probes in low permeability applications as well as heterogeneous environments. The DPS is designed to detect horizontal mobility (kh/μ). long. The SPS isolates a 1 m interval. The probe is more likely to be placed in a location that is characteristic of the rock matrix. In particular. thinly bedded sands. OD × 2. reservoir heterogeneity and the difficulty of sealing the probes in these reservoirs.02 psi with accuracy to ± [1 psi + 0. FPS Flow-Control Pump-Out Section Features • High pump rates-less contamination • Faster pump-out times-reduced rig time • Pump up or down (four-way valve) • Multiple pump capability and flexible location in string • Sampling flowrate – real-time control • Outlet gauge controls sample filling • Interchangeable pump pistons enable 4.DPS Dual Probe Section The DPS section deploys two independent probe/pad assemblies against the borehole wall for pressure drawdown/ buildup analysis and pumping formation fluid. and naturally fractured reservoirs. at least.7 .1 to 15 cc/sec • Drawdown volume control 0. 6.20.000 psi pumps • Instantaneous control (0. Proper manipulation of the dual ports and taking advantage of naturally occurring fluid segregation of the fluids contained in the packed-off interval provides cleaner samples faster than samples attainable with only a single port tool. The DPS pressure testing flowrate is precisely controlled with the advanced digital control feedback system. vertical section of the borehole.1 to100 cc Oval Pad Carbonate rocks.25-in. After initially pumping through both inlet ports and detecting reservoir fluid. The primary advantage of an SPS is its ability to cover a vertical interval where a probe is a pinpoint evaluation by comparison.004 to 1. the RDT™ tool is used determine the pressure between the probes and profile permeability and anisotropy.000 psi calibration at 350°F. This further enables an extended depth of investigation and detection of permeability barriers. Other properties include a low mass. By running two dual probe sections in tandem.01% reading]. The RDT utilizes a proprietary oval pad section (OPS) to help overcome all of these challenges. the oval pad design ensures an effective seal for the probe during formation testing and fluid sampling in the presence of vuggy and/or fractured carbonate rocks.

fluid type.75 (120.4) Maximum Hole Size in.1) 20.7) 7. Associated Answer Products • PTA pressure transient analysis • In-situ real-time bubble point • Advanced analysis from Applied Formation Evaluation Centers Sampling Tools Specifications Module CVS Length ft (m) 2.4) 18 (457.7) 4.2) 18 (457.000 (137. MCS Multi Chamber Section The MCS contains motorized chamber valves with three 1.7) Minimum Hole Size in.000 (137.000 (137.2) 4. non-PVT.3) 18.2) 18 (457.6 OPS 6-in.9) 20.0 @ Probe (127) 4.9 (2.7) 350 (176.75 (120.25 (311.5 (444. The chambers are detachable.7) Weight lb (kg) 75 (34.4) 6 (152.7) 4.3 (0. transportable.000 cc sample chambers.7) 4.75 (120.000 (137.75 (120.9) 20. (mm) 4. T2.1) 858 (389.7) 350 (176.75 (120. (mm) 18 (457.2) 12.7) 450 (204.75 (120.6 @ Pad (142.4) 6 (152.7) Diameter in.3) QGS 6 (152.7) 8. Nitrogen charged sample volume is approximately 550 cc at surface conditions. CVS Chamber Valve Section The CVS contains motorized sample chamber shut-in valves. Pad HPS FPS MCS PTS MRILab® SPS 8.2) 18 (457.2) DPS Slim Probe 10.2) 18 (457.1) 290 (131.4) 6 (152.0 (2.3) 450 (204.7) 5. water sampling.6) 296 (134.2) 385 (174. The MCS carries up to two standard 2-3/4 gallon SFTT™ sample chambers typically used for large volume.2 (1.2) Maximum Pressure psi (Mpa) 20. The measured T1.1) 14.4) 17.7) 4.5) 211 (95.75 (120.4) 6 (152.75 (120.7) 4.000 (137.9) 17.000 (137.7) 4.4) 6 (152. and a check valve which prevents backflush.2) 20.0) 102 (46. (mm) 6 (152.9) 20.000 (137. an expulsion valve.7) 4.0 (4.7) 385 (174.9) 20.2) 18 (457.3) 10. and the self-diffusion coefficient (D) of the reservoir fluids tie directly into important fluid characteristics such as viscosity index.7) 5.9) Maximum Temperature °F (°C) 350 (176.7 350 (176. and approved by the US department of transportation (DOT) and national association of corrosion engineers (NACE). and contamination cleanup during pump-out.6) 6 (152.4) 6 (152.6 (3.9) 350 (176.5) 18 (457.9) 20.7) 350 (176.0 (3.000 (137.000 (137.75 (120.9) 20.7) 350 (176.000 (137. Single phase nitrogen-charged sample chambers are available.4) 350 (176. Nitrogen-charged sample chambers maintain the fluid sample at higher pressure than standard chambers while the fluid is cooled and retrieved to the surface.8 (2.6 (5.2) 3-40 Open-Hole Wireline Services .7) 400 (204.7) 350 (176.7) 4.4) 6 (152.9) 20.7) 350 (176.75 (120.000 (117.7) 12.MRILab® Section The MRILab® section measures in-situ reservoir fluid relaxation time at true reservoir conditions.

allowing: – Verification of padset before starting pre-test – Evaluation of mudcake properties from padset data • Proprietary quartz transducer technology allows better response to pressure changes HAL9152 • Temperature compensation crystal. attached to the pressure crystal. The 2. Open-Hole Wireline Services 3-41 . This service includes a full suite of open-hole test tools designed to allow the best possible test in any formation under any condition.SFT-IV™ Sequential Formation Tester IV Tool The SFT-IV™ sequential formation tester IV tool is used for gathering the quality formation data required to evaluate reservoir potential and plan well completions and is part of our comprehensive line of wireline formation testing services. Various chamber configurations are available for specific applications or formation conditions. Check with your local Halliburton representative for further information.0 psi accuracy) • All parameters necessary for a successful test—accuracy.8 (5.75 gal (10. provides improved temperature compensation and pressure measurement accuracy • Crystal size and special construction features permit reliable transducer operation—even under harsh borehole conditions The SFT-IV™ probe section is articulated to ensure that pad seals in deviated holes or washed out sections.33 cc/sec) • Backflushing of pre-test volume (0 to 20 cc) • Variable hydraulic pad seating pressure • Optional precision quartz gauge (14.000 (82. Features • Surface controlled pre-test volumes (0 to 20 cc) • Multiple drawdown without pad resetting • Variable rate drawdown (0. SFT-IV™ Sequential Formation Tester IV Tool Specifications Length1 ft (m) 17.7 to 12. speed.7) Weight lb (kg) Varies Without sample chambers.000 ±1.7) Maximum Pressure psi (Mpa) 12. It features surface selectable pretest volumes and up to three sample chambers. (mm) 5. and reliability—are designed into the test tool • Pre-test does not start until the operator gives the command. adaptability.4 L) chambers are H2S compatible. Standard configuration.4) 1 2 Diameter2 in.5 (139.1 to 0.7) Maximum Temperature °F (°C) 350 (176.

The SFTT tool can also collect representative formation fluid samples for up to two test depths in one trip into the well.8) Diameter in.9) 20. 5.0 psi + 0.1) 6.01 psi and a repeatability of 1.1 (6. (mm) 6.000 (137.0.9 (5.75-gal chambers and optional 1.5 (165. and 8.SFTT™ Sequential Formation Test Tool The SFTT™ sequential formation test tool measures wellbore and formation fluid pressure at any point in the well with a petroquartz pressure transducer.2) 525 (238.7) Weight lb (kg) 675 (306.7) 18.1) Maximum Pressure psi (Mpa) 20. The following measurements are available for monitoring and recording at the surface system: • Hydrostatic (mud column) and formation pressures • Continuous recording of time so significant events during the test can be timed for computations • Pre-test volumes • Petroquartz pressures • Petroquartz pressure sample rate • Petroquartz transducer temperature Features • Variable pre-test volumes (5 to 10 cc) • Drawdown rates (0.5 to 2 cc/sec) • Drawdown after padset established • Adaptable to H2S • Standard precision quartz gauge • Determine reservoir pressure • Identify gas and oil reservoir boundaries • Monitor reservoir intercommunication • Indicate areas of pressure depletion • Estimate formation permeability by pressure/time curve correlation • Determine chemical concentrations and reservoir fluid properties through laboratory analysis of retrieved formation samples • Measure flow and shut-in pressures vs.0. For more information.0 gal chambers. reference the HSFT™ hostile sequential formation tester tool on page 55.01% of the reading).000 (137.7) 350 (176. The advanced Halliburton quartz gauge is standard and can measure pressures with an accuracy of ± (1. resolution is 0.1) SFTT™-B SFTT-C The sequential formation test tool is also available for hostile environments. 3-42 Open-Hole Wireline Services .5 (165.0 psi 2 25 L9 HA SFTT™ Sequential Formation Test Tool Specifications Tool Length ft (m) 22. The SFTT tool can also collect reservoir fluid samples in two separate chambers for analysis of fluid properties with standard 2. time HAL703 The SFTT™ tool features ruggedized construction for measuring precise formation and wellbore-hydrostatic pressure readings.9) Maximum Temperature °F (°C) 350 (176.

1. The only input required is a source of AC voltage. A tubular shaped drill bit with diamond cutting edges is used to drill the core.9375-in. The downhole tool is controlled from the surface by use of the control panel. Microfractures in core samples taken with percussion tools cause false readings of porosity and permeability • Information useful in fine-tuning MRIL® data • Reliable data for rock mechanical analysis necessary for hydraulic fracturing design. Surface control of weight-on-bit optimizes drilling. The tool is then ready for the next selected core point. wellbore stability analysis. The system operates independently from other systems on the logging truck or skid. The core is recovered as a cylindrical shaped plug of the formation. long sample from the formation.75-in. The RSCT tool is used to obtain core samples in consolidated formations. Applications Rotary core samples collected by the RSCT tool can be used to provide: • More accurate readings of porosity and permeability that reduce reservoir analysis variables. A recording device is necessary for recording gamma ray correlation data. After the sample has been cut. a backup shoe is extended to decentralize and hold the tool securely against the formation. A diamond bit rotating at 2. OD. a slight vertical movement of the bit breaks the core sample from the formation.RSCT™ Rotary Sidewall Coring Tool The RSCT™ tool diamond-drills cores perpendicular to the borehole wall with continuous monitoring of the coring process.000 rpm cuts a 0. After gamma ray depth positioning. An indicator reveals both the existence and length of the sample. The bit containing the sample is then withdrawn into the tool and the core is punched into a receiver tube. and sand potential prediction HAL9184 Open-Hole Wireline Services HAL9183 3-43 .

000 (137. extended reach.1 (5.7) 3-44 Open-Hole Wireline Services .87 (123. (mm) 4. the RSCT™ tool can be used with equal success in soft rock formations • Gamma ray tool positioning provides accurate core point location • Core samples are undistorted with consistent cylindrical geometry which allows a wide range of petrophysical testing and analysis • Allows for evaluation of pre-existing formation damage by providing core samples free of distortions caused by percussion tools • HRSCT™ hostile rotary sidewall coring tool available for use in hostile environments RSCT™ Rotary Sidewall Coring Tool Specifications Length ft (m) 18. and horizontal wells • A core length indicator takes the guesswork out of core recovery • Stand-alone tools can be run on third-party logging units • Originally designed to recover cores in hard rock formations inaccessible with percussion tools.7) Weight lb (kg) 275 (124.Features • Allows 30 or more cores to be taken in one run • Can be run on Toolpusher™ service or coiled tubing to acquire cores in deviated.5) Diameter in.9) Maximum Temperature °F (°C) 350 (176.7) Maximum Pressure psi (Mpa) 20.

In addition. helping to reduce the number of broken cables. The two ends of the cable are secured to the side rails of the gun.5 (114. Features • Area specific – can shoot 24 to 144 cores on a single trip into the well • Depth correlation via gamma ray or SP application • Sampling can be done at any time before casing is run • Allows sampling of very soft formations • Permits positive verification of formation type indicated by the other open-hole logs SWC™ Side Wall Coring Tool Specifications Length ft (m) 7.9) Maximum Temperature °F (°C) 400 (204. help to identify a rock's type and origin.4) Weight lb (kg) 215 (97.7 (2. sidewall cores can even discover productive reservoirs not evident on logs. gas and water. Applications • Clay typing • Fluid saturation estimation • Matrix makeup • Grain size and cementing agents • Paleonthological data • API oil gravity • Gas and oil presence Porosity and permeability estimations can also be made using sidewall core analysis. (mm) 4. and can be used to determine the exact location of gas and oil. In some cases. These sidewall core samples can improve log analysis.SWC™ Side Wall Coring Tool The SWC™ side wall coring tool allows geologists to take a sample of a prospective formation traversed by the borehole. The SWC tool consists of a propelling explosive material and hollow core barrels housed in the body of the gun.4) Diameter in. or oil and water contacts within a reservoir. The SWC tool utilizes a single cable running through and inbetween the barrel back and barrel. However.5) Open-Hole Wireline Services 3-45 . one shot at a time.000 (137. these estimates should never be used to extensively evaluate porosity or permeability since there is a high probability that the core structure has been altered by the impact of the core barrel into the formation. release rings adapted to the top of the barrel control entry depth and velocity and provide flexibility during the coring process.3) Maximum Pressure psi (Mpa) 20. The barrels containing the core samples are then retrieved by means of a cable attaching the barrels to the gun. The tool is lowered to a predetermined depth and fired.

12-in. multiple core separator tubes are positioned in a carousel manner. Finally. setting tool. motor drive section.75 nominal 5.000 Push Pull Compression lb 50. 6. The carousel stores up to sixty 2.000 Maximum OD in.000 Push Pull Tension lb 100. During the coring operation. The coring tool apparatus consist of control/power electronics and includes a hydraulic valve section. bit rotation. The backup pistons are sized so that minor slippage that could cause mandrel movement can be eliminated. The clutch mechanism can also be adjusted to slip at the torque rating of the electric motor to eliminate motor/bit stalling while drilling.12 3-46 Open-Hole Wireline Services .25 . tilting bit box. for providing hydraulic pressure for all the auxiliary functions. and core storage. drilling/bit advance control. The bit box incorporates several sets of bevel and spur gears to translate the direction of the rotation of the flexible shaft into normal direction to the axis of the wellbore.12-in. The descriptions of each section are as follows. Mandrel Section This section incorporates a bit box movable by actuators for tilting. bit break. and RPMs – Drilled core length – Recovered core length Pressure HRSCT™ Hostile Rotary Side Wall Coring Tool Specifications Maximum Temperature °F 40 Maximum Pressure psi 20.0 diameter • Fail-safe retract includes bit-box and backup pistons • Combinable • Sensor coring record includes: – ROP. 4. cores that would otherwise be length prohibitive if a single tube is used. This reduces the possibility of lodging and sticking the bit in the formation. high drive train efficiencies of as much as 80% is possible without sacrificing performance. and the mandrel section. The other end of the motor is connected to a clutch mechanism used for engaging and disengaging the bit on demand.-lb torque for fast drill times • Excellent coring capacity: – 60 cores 2. L × 1. Motor Drive Section This section consists of an electric motor with a small pump at one end. The carousel rotates on demand from the hydraulic power section after depositing a core to place a washer for positive identification.125 at standoffs Length ft 30 Minimum / Maximum Hole in. Features • High temperature AC motor drives the bit for: – Full power across entire temperature range – Minimum post-job re-fit time • Software control offers “cruise control” option • Surplus power: – 1500 rpm with 22-in. Small incremental increase and decrease in bit weight are possible to provide for smooth drilling without the risk of bit stalling. the mandrel is secured to the borehole using two powerful backup pistons instead of a single backup arm. advance/retract. Hydraulic Valve Section This section incorporates multiple solenoid valves for independent control of the tool functions such as. The main feature of this section is the bit advance control mechanism which is based on applying bit weight and receiving positive feedback from the bit torque for the active control system. and storage functions. The output of the clutch is directly coupled to the bit box through a flexible steel drive shaft.HRSCT™ Hostile Rotary Side Wall Coring Tool The HRSCT™ hostile rotary sidewall coring tool provides a new approach for acquiring multiple sidewall core samples from an earth formation and special means for storing and identifying individual samples in multiple tubes for wireline operation. This apparatus is specifically designed with high efficiency to provide high-speed bit rotation combined with high torque for best drilling performance. The main feature of this drive system is that by eliminating the hydraulic pumps and motors. bit torque.

to 3. Each HEAT tool contains an internal temperature sensor that provides quality control data related to operational characteristics and tool electronics. when temperatures over a prolonged period are near the 500°F limit of the toolstring. The following are tools in the HEAT suite: • HDIL™ Hostile Dual Induction Log (see page 5) • HEDL™ Hostile Environment Dual Laterolog • HFWS™ Hostile Full Wave Sonic Tool • HSDL™ Hostile Spectral Density Tool • HDSN™ Hostile Dual-Spaced Neutron Tool • HNGR™ Hostile Natural Gamma Ray Tool • HSFT™ Hostile Slim Formation Tester Tool Features • HEAT suite tools are digital and smaller than standard logging tools—2. decentralizer. flex-joint.5-in. and gamma ray tools can all operate in open and cased holes • Built to handle the severe conditions encountered in deep and hot hydrocarbon-bearing formations • Can be combined in almost any configuration to suit the borehole geometry and formation evaluation requirements of each job Open-Hole Wireline Services 3-47 .75-in. OD for HEAT suite versus 3.Hostile—Slimhole Formation Evaluation HEAT™ Hostile Environment Applications Tool Suite The HEAT™ hostile environment applications tools suite comprises six logging instruments—a cablehead-tension load cell and associated centralizer. OD for standard tools • The HEAT sonic. to 4.5-in. Such information is usually critical only in very hot well conditions—in particular. and telemetry assemblies.625-in. neutron.

75-in. diameter isolation sub.4) Maximum Temperature °F (°C) 450 (232. (mm) 2.2) Weight lb (kg) 300 (136. the HEDL tool assembly consists of: • A flasked electronic assembly • An upper toroid sub • An alpha sub • A lower toroid sub Features • 2.HEDL™ Hostile Environment Dual Laterolog Tool The HEDL™ hostile environment dual laterolog tool is a wireline-deployed formation resistivity device designed for extreme borehole temperatures and pressures.75-in.4) Diameter in. diameter permits slimhole and through drillpipe logging of high-temperature/high-pressure wells • Performs two resistivity/porosity measurements: a deep laterolog (LLd) and a shallow laterolog (LLs) resistivity measurement • Calibrated using three external resistor networks that simulate relatively low.75 (69.9) Maximum Pressure psi (Mpa) 25. medium.1) 3-48 HAL9137 Open-Hole Wireline Services . especially in highly conductive muds.g. From top to bottom. the density and neutron tools to permit simultaneous resistivity/porosity measurements in the reservoirs. It is the tool of choice when those resistivities routinely exceed 100 ohm•m. the HEDL tool provides the basic formation resistivity data to aid formation evaluation Typical HEDL™ log recorded in highly resistive carbonate formations HEDL™ Hostile Environment Dual Laterolog Tool Specifications Length ft (m) 21 (6. The HEDL tool is combinable with other hostile environment tools. e.000 (172. and high resistivities • Under conditions of high Rt and low Rm and at temperatures higher than 350°F. The tool is designed to be run with the HETS™ hostile environment telemetry sub and must be located immediately below the HETS sub and a 2.

have a pressure rating of 25. Applications • Full waveform open-hole sonic logging • Cement bond logging • Acquisition of borehole sonic data Open-Hole Wireline Services HAL9171 The natural gamma ray. The HFWS tool.HFWS™ Hostile Full Wave Sonic Tool The HFWS™ hostile full wave sonic tool is a 2. or oil-based mud systems.625-in.000 psi (172 400 kPa). The long transmitter to-receiver offset allows for the acquisition of borehole sonic data beyond the effects of any near-wellbore altered region. 3-49 . and Stoneley wave properties of downhole formations for a wide range of petrophysical. The HEAT suite logging tools are designed for continuous operation of six hours at 500°F (260°C). offset compressional wave travel time. The lower (second) transmitter and the upper two receivers are utilized for cement bond logging and short. The long offset also allows for the acquisition of high-quality sonic data in enlarged boreholes where critical angle effects would affect sonic tools with short transmitter-to-receiver offsets. and geophysical applications. along with all of the HEAT suite sensors. refracted shear wave. and located within the transmitter-to-receiver offset. The HFWS tool. The monopole waveform data is presented in Track 2 in the MicroSeismogram™ format (X-Z) and in an X-Y waveform presentation in Track 3. salt.75-in. and can be used in fresh. a cement bond tool that utilizes the second transmitter and two receivers.) FWS™ full wave sonic tool. X-X caliper. acoustic velocity logging tool that is a part of the HEAT™ suite hostile environment applications tool toolstring. like the larger in diameter (3. The HFWS tool can be compared to having two sonic tools within the same toolstring—a long-spaced sonic tool for traditional full waveform open-hole sonic logging. To minimize the number of logging trips required for complete formation evaluation. The upper transmitter and the lower four receivers array are utilized for FWS full wave sonic logging. P-wave travel time and P-wave semblance quality are presented in Track 1. Y-Y caliper. provides compressional wave. geological. A liquid filled borehole is required for sonic logging. the HFWS tool is compatible with all HEAT suite logging toolstrings.

HFWS™ Hostile Full Wave Sonic Tool Specifications Length* ft (m) 30. The P-wave travel time and the refracted shear wave travel time are presented in Track 2. and the P-wave semblance quality is presented in Track 3. and location of gas zones.75 (69.9) Maximum Pressure psi (Mpa) 25.50 ft (1. Natural gamma ray. and estimation of formation strength and least horizontal stress • Prediction of vertical extent of hydraulic fractures using the RockXpert2™ analysis package • Improved vertical resolution for detection of thinner beds (Beds as thin as 3-in. and improved porosity estimates using both Δtc and Δts • Facilitates lithology identification by means of velocity ratio. The semblance quality is presented in an image format in Track 3 for the P-wave and refracted shear wave. compressional wave travel time (DTC) is presented in Track 4. quality curves. digitally recorded waveform data.000 (172.2) *Add 3. caliper.2) Diameter in. and final results • Operator-selectable multiple modes of tool operation.2 (9.1 m) for each in-line centralizer (usually two). even in poor hole conditions and cased holes • Indication of permeability variations with depth from Stoneley wave attenuation and Δt • Detection of naturally fractured zones. Open-Hole Wireline Services . determination of rock elastic constants.Features • Advanced system design and software processing with long transmitter-to-receiver offsets and 1/2 ft receiver-toreceiver spacings • Detection of signals at all receivers for each transmitter pulse to promote constant source characteristics • Automatic gain control of each receiver helps preserve signal amplitude • Downhole digitizing helps eliminate transmission noise and allows broadband frequency response • Low-frequency response allows detection of low frequency Stoneley waves and multiple Δt measurements per depth interval HAL9172 • Facilitates continuous uninterrupted recording of full waveform signals • Ability to record various types of information including tool data. (mm) 2. can be identified with the t curves) • Time-to-depth correlation for seismic correlation • Combining sonic slowness data with formation density data are the required input information for synthetic seismograms Gamma ray and caliper are presented in Track 1.4) Maximum Temperature** °F (°C) 500 (260) Weight lb (kg) 340 (154. and VpVs are presented in Track 1. Δts/Δtc. ** 6 hour 3-50 HAL9173 This is a hard rock example.

75-in. the HSDL log provides reliable data in temperatures up to 500°F and pressures as high as 25. and borehole diameter. these calculations provide information for compensating the Pe measurement and computing useful quality indicators such as the two component density correction HAL846 Typical Field Output of the HSDL™ Log Open-Hole Wireline Services 3-51 . Applications • Determination of formation porosity • Identification of formation lithology regardless of formation fluid type • Indication of gas when used in combination with a neutron log Features • More precise delineation of thinly bedded formations using the unfiltered Pe curve • Curves indicating data quality are displayed on a computer screen in real-time and recorded on the log • Advanced correction algorithm is applied to density data in real-time • Rigid tungsten pad incorporates a 1. It measures formation density by emitting gamma rays into the formation and recording the energy of gamma rays reflected by the formation to the two detectors in the tool.75-in. as for all Halliburton’s HEAT suite services. tool OD). extendable configuration (3.HSDL™ Hostile Spectral Density Log The HSDL™ hostile spectral density log is a section of the HEAT™ suite system. It is fully combinable with all other HEAT suite tools.5-in.000 psi that are encountered in hot hydrocarbon bearing formations. The HSDL log measures borehole diameter with a spring-loaded caliper arm that opens and closes as the tool is pulled through changes in hole diameter. Additionally.5-in. Besides yielding a superior density. OD for use in slimholes makes it possible to design a through-formation evaluation program for holes as small as 3. • Uses a new 4D technique to account for the density and photoelectric absorption of the formation and mudcake without assuming any correlation between these variables. tool OD) or as a powered. photoelectric factor (a lithology indicator). The HSDL log measures formation density. It is available with the source-detector pad either as a bottom-only in-line configuration (2.5-curie cesium-137 source and two high-efficiency scintillation detectors designed to maintain high gamma counts • Rugged construction and advanced gain stabilization help maintain measurement integrity under varying temperature conditions • Combinable with a complete family of tools that operates under the DITS™ digital interface telemetry system • Extensively characterized in test pits with a full set of correction charts available • 2.

9) 3.8) 456 (206.4) Maximum Temperature** °F (°C) 500 (260) 500 (260) Weight lb (kg) 176 (79. open-hole. (mm) 2.000 (172. and cased-hole saturation analysis to provide a complete formation evaluation product.9) Maximum Pressure psi (Mpa) 25.3) Diameter (minimum) in.8* (4.Associated Answer Products • The wellsite answer product is formation density and Pe • Density data is also used with open-hole sensors as input to Halliburton’s mineralogy.75 (69.8 (7.8 ft (1.2) 23.8) In-Line Pad Extendable Pad *Usually run with the HPDC-A—if so add 3.000 (172.2 m) **6 hour 3-52 Open-Hole Wireline Services .4) 25.50 (89. These include: – ULTRA™ multi-mineral evaluation program – CORAL™ complex lithology analysis – LARA™ laminated reservoir analysis – SASHA™ shaly sand analysis HSDL™ Hostile Spectral Density Log Specifications Equipment Length ft (m) 13.

Neutrons emitted from the source are slowed and scattered by the surrounding media.000 psi. the porosity of the formation as indicated by the detection of neutron radiation induced in the formation by the tool • Investigates formation lithology. using a steady state. neutron-generating source of radioactive americiumberyllium (AmBe) and two thermal neutron detectors. small-diameter tools capable of comprehensive formation evaluation in harsh environments.75-in. The HDSN tool consists of combinable. OD for use in slimholes • Small OD to design a through formation evaluation program for holes as small as 3. high-quality. i.HDSN™ Hostile Dual-Spaced Neutron Tool The HDSN™ hostile dual-spaced neutron tool is a section of the HEAT™ suite system. especially over rugose intervals HAL846 • Uses caliper data from the decentralizer to correct porosity for hole size • Extensively characterized in test pits with a full set of correction charts available • Temperature and pressure ratings of 500°F (for 6 hours) and 25.5 in. respectively to handle severe conditions encountered in deep and hot hydrocarbon-bearing formations • Specially designed He3 detectors minimize the effects of elevated temperature on observed count rates and computed porosity • 2. The neutron flux is converted to electrical signals for logging Features • Can be deployed in both open and cased-hole wells • Commonly run with the powered decentralizer to provide HDSN tool eccentering and to furnish a continuous standoff measurement that helps improve porosity calculations. and the resulting neutron field is sampled at two locations. • Combinable in almost any configuration to suit borehole geometry and provide appropriate formation evaluation information Typical Field Output of the HDSN™ Tool Open-Hole Wireline Services 3-53 .e. Applications • Provides a neutron porosity log.

3 (4. open-hole. **6 hour 3-54 Open-Hole Wireline Services .000 (172.4) Maximum Temperature** °F (°C) 500 (260) Weight lb (kg) 179 (81) *The length and weight include the HGNI instrument section. (mm) 2. bowspring decentralizer. Add 7.Associated Answer Products • The wellsite answer product is the neutron porosity NPHI • Neutron porosity data is also used with other open-hole sensors as input to Halliburton’s mineralogy. These include: – ULTRA™ multi-mineral evaluation program – CORAL™ complex lithology analysis – LARA™ laminated reservoir analysis – SASHA™ shaly sand analysis HDSN™ Hostile Dual-Spaced Neutron Tool Specifications Length* ft (m) 15. which is required to run the HDSN™ tool.04 ft (2.1 m) when run with the in-line. and cased-hole saturation analysis to provide a complete formation evaluation product.9) Maximum Pressure psi (Mpa) 25.6) Diameter in.75 (69.

5-in. which is required to run the HNGR™ tool.5) Diameter in. respectively to handle severe conditions encountered in deep and hot hydrocarbon-bearing formations • 2. Gamma ray measurements are used for geologic correlation. • Combinable in almost any configuration to suit borehole geometry and provide appropriate formation evaluation information calibration and wellsite checks • Curves indicating data quality are displayed on a computer screen in real-time and recorded on the log HAL846 Typical Field Output of the HNGR™ Tool HNGR™ Hostile Natural Gamma Ray Tool Specifications Length* ft (m) 11. OD for use in slimholes makes it possible to design through-formation evaluation programs for holes as small as 3. Shale volume data can then be applied to correct the apparent porosities indicated by the acoustic.000 (172.75-in.6 (3.9) Maximum Pressure psi (Mpa) 25. Along with the HGNI™ tool.4) Maximum Temperature** °F (°C) 500 (260) Weight* lb (kg) 146 (66. The HNGR tool is used to record naturally occurring gamma radiation. When wellbore conditions are not favorable for a definitive SP response. Applications • Record natural gamma radiation Features • Commonly run with the powered decentralizer to press the toolstring along the borehole wall and to furnish a continuous standoff measurement • Temperature and pressure ratings of 500°F (for 6 hours) and 25.000 psi. **6 hour Open-Hole Wireline Services 3-55 .2) *The length and weight include the HGNI™ instrument section. (mm) 2.75 (69. and computing shale and clay volumes. a gamma ray curve is recorded in its place.HNGR™ Hostile Natural Gamma Ray Tool The HNGR™ hostile natural gamma ray tool is a section of the HEAT™ suite system. the HNGR tool can be run alone or with any other hostile service in either an open or cased-hole. and density logs. neutron. depth control.

tool design includes selfcontained standoffs. • With optional backup shoe. The HSFT tool can be run in holes as slim as 4-in. high-temperature (HPHT) wells • Self-cleaning sand screen design prevents snorkel plugging • Extends pressure and temperature range over conventional testers • Combinable with HEAT suite resistivity. 3-56 Open-Hole Wireline Services HAL11253 Legend Pressure Used Pressure Data P*Fast Curve Fit HAL9139 HAL9144 Legend Pressure Used Pressure Data Hydro Static 1 Draw Down Fill Up Stop Hydro Static 2 . pad can extend to 12. including gamma and telemetry sub 55 ft (16.5) Buildup analysis performed on HSFT™ tool data HSFT™ Hostile Sequential Formation Tester Tool Specifications Length* ft (m) 28. weight 120 lb (54.0 (8. Features • Maximum tool OD 3-1/8 in.5) Diameter in.75 in. and porosity logs to increase rig time savings • Low power consumption electronics reduces internal heat generation and extends tool operating time Pressure/Time 6000 5000 4000 3000 2000 1000 0 0 100 200 300 Depth: XX879 ft 400 500 600 700 800 ETIM (sec) Real-time plot of HSFT™ tool data provides test monitoring and a drawdown mobility estimate. Spherical FasTest Depth: XX879 ft 5000 4980 4960 4940 4920 4900 4880 0 Pressure (psi) 5e-5 10e-5 15e-5 20e-5 25e-5 30e-5 35e-5 40e-5 45e-5 50e-5 Time (sec): T(-1.Pressure (psi) HSFT™ Hostile Sequential Formation Tester Tool The 3.5 m). reinforced pad design. resulting in saved rig time. sonic. and at temperatures and pressures up to 400°F and 25. often encountered in high-pressure. especially in difficult hole conditions and depleted reservoirs • Designed for wellbore diameters as small as 4 in. • Sampling flowrate controlled by air or fluid cushions • Two 1-gal sample chambers available • Tool. Spherical LogLog Depth: XX879 ft 1e+07 1e+06 1e+05 10000 1000 100 10 1 10 100 Legend Derivative Plot Delta Pressure Match Pressure (psi) and Derivative 1000 Buildup Time (sec) Real-time HSFT™ tool analysis plot identifies flow regime and aids operator in determining when to terminate test.000 (172.000 psi.4) Maximum Temperature °F (°C) 400 (204.33 ft (2. OD HSFT™ tool is capable of formation testing in conditions where conventional tools cannot.4) Maximum Pressure psi (Mpa) 25. reducing the contact area between the tool and the borehole wall and minimizing the chance of differential sticking. does not include HPSU or sample chambers.125 (79. Formation pressures are determined using a high resolution.4) Weight lb (kg) 525 (231. OD: 2. The HSFT tool can take an unlimited number of pressure tests and up to two fluid samples per trip in the well. allowing open-hole data acquisition and formation testing in the same trip in the well.4 kg). The HSFT tool is fully combinable with the HEAT™ suite toolstring.9 mm).8) *HSFT™ tool only. and quartz gauge proven reliable to 400°F • Backup strain gauge provides redundancy • Low flowline volume reduces storage resulting in faster pressure tests in low mobility reservoirs.25 in. high temperature quartz gauge.125-in.8 m) HPSU length: 8. Minimum toolstring length for pressures only. (mm) 3. (69.

Inc. There is even a hydraulic time delay that allows the crew to pull the toolstring through a tight spot without activating the tool. including the jar mechanism and conductive path. the LockJar system arrives at the wellsite ready to run.000 lb. Now. are sealed and segregated from the wellbore • Permits operators to free-fall wireline in regions where persistent sticking problems have dictated the need for drillpipe-conveyed logging operations • System ready to run upon arrival *LockJar is a registered trademark of Evans Engineering. Unlike previous jars.Auxiliary Services Multi-Conductor LockJar®* System The multi-conductor LockJar® system minimizes the risk of unproductive rig time in logging operations. The new LockJar system can be adjusted right at the wellsite to begin metering the jar with a pull from the surface of 1. However.500 psi. with multiconductor LockJar wireline technology available from Halliburton. those specifications can be easily increased because the tool is pressure balanced. Logging crews can be trained to use the tool in minutes. It can function reliably in reservoir temperatures up to 400°F and at pressures as high as 22.700 to 4. Open-Hole Wireline Services HAL14045 3-57 . Features • Mechanical lock helps prevent inadvertent triggering during logging operations • Hydraulic time delay allows actuation at any load above the mechanical lock setting and is not sensitive to pressure or temperature • Balanced pressure increases the hydrostatic pressure rating by providing compensation to prevent collapsing • Protected seal and impact surfaces enhance downhole reliability by minimizing friction from borehole fluids and problems associated with debris • All internal parts. The benefits of using wireline instruments to log oil and gas wells can diminish quickly if the logging string becomes stuck in the wellbore while tripping. that risk can be dramatically reduced. so a jar service technician is not required on location.

Operation In a typical open-hole logging string.000 (137 895) Maximum Temperature °F (°C) 400 (204) Weight lb (kg) 365 (165***) *Tool not restricted on maximum hole size **Length of enhancer is 10. combination jar and enhancer is 21.49**) Maximum OD in. cable mode and telemetry sub-assemblies.5 ft. it is mated with an enhancer. To augment the force with which the weight is thrown up hole after the jar is activated.625 (9. the LockJar® system is placed immediately above the logging or formation testing tools. In combination. ***Weight of the enhancer is 290 lb (131.4 (3. The LockJar tool is usually run in the string in the following order from the cable head down: enhancer. (cm) N/A* Maximum Pressure psi (Kpa) 20.07 m).20) Minimum Hole Size in. fresh. they create as large a mass as possible to help the jar release stuck logging tools. oil.16) Maximum Hole Size in. and the jar. (cm) 4. The enhancer stores energy in Belleville springs which propel the hammer into an anvil upon activation of the jar which generates the impact and impulse that are directed down towards the stuck point.56 m).1 ft (3.5 kg). It has been demonstrated in the lab that the LockJar tool’s impulse is more than twice as powerful with up to five times more duration when the enhancer is added to the jar. Borehole Conditions • Borehole fluids: salt. 3-58 Open-Hole Wireline Services . and air • Tool positioning: centralized eccentralized Multi-Conductor LockJar® System Specifications Length ft (m) 11. (cm) 3. (6.0 (10.

000 (137. This additional tension has proven very successful at freeing stuck tools and avoiding fishing operations.2) Maximum Pressure psi (Mpa) 20.7) Weight lb (kg) 135 (61. The RWCH tool can reduce the costs of obtaining wireline logs in areas that are prone to tool sticking. This safety factor keeps you from utilizing the full safe load on the wireline when trying to free stuck tools from the borehole.63 (92. fishing neck • Includes a special sub designed to allow easy rigup and rig-down • Allows the maximum pull to be applied at any depth in the well regardless of the total depth if the backup weak point is not used • Allows the release to be aborted as long as the fusible alloy has not reached melting temperature RWCH™ Operation HA L91 88 RWCH™ Releaseable Wireline Cable Head Specifications Length ft (m) 6.2) Open-Hole Wireline Services 3-59 .RWCH™ Releaseable Wireline Cable Head The RWCH™ tool has an electrically activated wireline release system as opposed to the tension activated release system of conventional cable heads. Features • Allows for greater pulling of stuck tools at any depth and in any conditions • Able to support heavy toolstrings by utilizing the full strength of the wireline. This extra pull also allows you to safely run heavy toolstrings in deep wells. Tension activated heads require a safety factor to avoid premature release of the wireline. The RWCH tool allows you to utilize this extra tension to free stuck tools.9) Maximum Temperature °F (°C) 350 (176. It has reduced the incidence of fishing for stuck tools in problem areas.3 (1. regardless of depth • Electrically controlled release from the surface • Contains a conventional 2. (mm) 3.9) Diameter in. saving customers expensive and risky fishing jobs.3125-in.

It also helps eliminate problems caused by: • Wireline key seating • Differential sticking of tools or wireline • Swelling formations • Heavy muds • Doglegs • Cuttings bridging off the wellbore The TPL service has successfully logged thousands of highly deviated and horizontal wells. New tools and equipment are being built. The quick change. including: • Wells with temperatures over 400°F (204°C) • Depths exceeding 24. available in three diameters.000 ft (7315 m) • Logged intervals over 10. is attached to the bottom of a connector sub. Toolpusher service is designed to run both standard and modified wireline logging tools. Then the connector sub is attached to the drillpipe.000 ft is 16 to 18 hours. The connector sub. HAL607 Toolpusher™ Drillpipe Conveyed Logging System 3-60 Open-Hole Wireline Services . obtaining quality formation evaluation data with conventional wireline methods may be impossible or impractical at best—severely restricting the options available to the operator. In these cases. new production and recovery methods are being tested. Average job time at 12. and new exploration techniques are being developed. TPL service utilizes drillpipe to effectively transport conventional electric wireline logging tools to the zone of interest.Toolpusher™ Logging (TPL) Service Today’s search for oil and gas is heavily influenced by the rapid growth of technology.000 ft (3048 m) The Toolpusher latch assembly has been deployed and latched at angles of up to 97° with a maximum logged angle of over 104°. attached to the top of the logging toolstring. The Toolpusher™ logging (TPL) service provides an innovative solution to this significant problem. Drilling programs are becoming increasingly complex and many wells now commonly include highly deviated or horizontal sections. This method eliminates many of the problems associated with conveying tools through highly deviated or horizontal sections of the well. has slots cut through it so circulation can be accomplished at any time during a logging operation.

9) 20.5) 50 (22.000 (137.625 (92. and pad locator subs. **Length and weight are variable depending upon the latching conditions. The side-entry sub (SES) has a larger through-bore than the competition.1) 3.1) Maximum Pressure psi (Mpa) 20. Some of the specialty hardware includes the rig floor display. Also.1) 3.625 (92. hole finders.1) 3.9) 20.64 (1.5) 75 (34) *Size selection is based on casing size and drillpipe size and type.0 or 2.9) 20.1) 3. and standoffs. Many toolstrings have unique hardware to assist in getting the best possible data. Prior planning with your Halliburton representative can determine which method is more economical • Provides mud circulation throughout the operation. alignment. zones of interest can be relogged by lowering the blocks • Rig up on the drillpipe rather than multiple runs with conventional wireline can save time. This reduces the risk of tools getting stuck and minimizes further hole deterioration Toolpusher™ Logging (TPL) Service Specifications Tool Section Side-Entry Sub SES Positive Latch/Unlatch Quick Change Assembly 7-Conductor Pump Down Head Multi Conductor Swivel Assembly DITS™ Downhole Tension Device DITS Single Knuckle Joint DITS Flex Joint DITS Double Knuckle Joint Length ft (m) * * ** 3. knuckle.9) 5. (mm) * 3.8) 96 (43.000 (137. stiffening collars.78 (1.9) 3.000 (137.9) 20.7) 5 (1. multiconductor swivel adapter. Toolpusher service was the first drillpipe conveyed logging system introduced in the field. bullnoses. The lists of equipment can get quite extensive.000 (137.625 (92. and offset. It has a very long track record and has proven to be very reliable.625 (92. protective sleeves. Among the subs are the downhole tension device. Applications • Conventional open-hole and cased-hole logging • Formation testing and coring • Vertical seismic profiling • Ultrasonic and electrical imaging • Cement and casing evaluation Features • Control of pull off tension allows the operator to pull test to check the mechanical latch • No metal around female electrical connection reduces the possibility of shorting • Female wet connect is floating and spring loaded.000 (137. which allows fishing operations to proceed as normal without restriction.5) Diameter in.02 (0.Toolpusher ™ service requires a variety of specialty subs and hardware.9) 20.625 (92.7) 400 (204) 400 (204) 400 (204) Weight lb (kg) * * ** 70 (31.1) 2.25 (50 or 57. Each piece is utilized for special situations and the variety makes Toolpusher service a very versatile and adaptable system. spinning stand-offs.7) 140 (63.000 (137.000 (137.9) 20.2) 3 (0. Open-Hole Wireline Services 3-61 .625 (92. Conventional rig tripping procedures are used to mechanically position logging tools in the zone of interest • Formation data is available in real-time at the wellsite. Toolpusher allows the customer to circulate at any time during the operation. flex.1) 3.9) Maximum Temperature °F (°C) 400 (204) 400 (204) 400 (204) 400 (204) 350 (176.000 (137.9) 20. Unlike our competitors. eliminating the movement of the connection and reducing noise • New wiper glands to clean the male probe removes conductive films from the pin • Multiple o-ring seal after the connection is made to effectively seal the connection • Spring loaded sleeve protects downhole parts before latching • Male probe completely covered after latching to help seal out invading fluids • Employs conventional high-resolution wireline tools to provide formation data with quality equal to that of wireline-conveyed logs.

and above (38.1 mm) 1.CTL™ Coiled Tubing Logging As the only major service company that designs.50-in.812-in. (92. or 15/32-in.9 mm) multiconductor 2.608 kg) 5/16-in.5 to 4.457-in. (9.200 to 10.9 mm) monoconductor or 3/8-in. (11. (11.0-in. (30.1 mm).9 mm) monoconductor 3-62 Open-Hole Wireline Services .5 mm) 1.268 to 13. (30. 0. (34.1 mm) Roll-on or OECO “A” Box 1-3/16-in. (50.6 mm) or 5/16-in. (7.451. (30.0 mm) Internal Flow-release in conjunction with shear pins 7/32-in (5.2 mm) 12 UN Type “A” Pin 1.6 mm).00 in.6 mm) or 5/16-in. (11.4 mm) External 3. (46.50-in. (11. (9.8 mm) 1. (38. CTL logging differentiates itself from drillpipe conveyed logging by offering: • Continuous circulation capabilities • Pressure control while moving pipe • Electrical connections made at the surface to eliminate wet latches • Tolerance for high mud solids content • Relogging of any interval. Halliburton incorporates important input from field personnel and customers into designing features that are strategically directed toward the most effective possible job performance. (63.50-in.457-in. (11. (25.00 to 1.000 lb (1.536 kg) 2. requires no rig • Can continuously pump fluids into well while moving pipe • Land or offshore system designs • No workover rig required when using coiled tubing • Reduced potential damage to formation • Can be and is typically used on live wells (no kill fluids introduced into well) • Acts as tool transport medium for deviated and horizontal wells • Advanced data acquisition system to monitor key job parameters on tubing management Coiled Tubing Cablehead Specifications Tool OD Coiled Tubing Size Top Connection 1.9 mm) External 5.2 mm) 12 UN Type “A” Pin or 3-5/8-in. 7/16-in. (7.9 mm) multiconductor Bottom Connection Fishing Neck Size Emergency Release Force Range Logging Cable 7/32-in (5.2 mm) 12 UN Type “A” Pin 1.000 lb (2.1 mm and above) OECO “A” Box or AMMT Box 1-3/16-in. (11. (7.1 mm).5 mm). and above (38.5 mm). manufactures.50 in. or 15/32-in.000 to 30.1 mm) DITS™ Tool 1.6 mm).1 mm and above) Roll-on or OECO “A” Box 1-3/16-in. 7/16-in.375-in. eliminating multiple latch runs • Constant speed logging capability Applications • Cement bond logging in highly deviated wells • Production logging to determine water entry points in highly deviated wells • Open-hole logging in deviated air-drilled wells that need pressure control • Single-trip underbalanced perforating with long gunstrings • Setting plugs and packers in deviated wells with pinpoint depth control Features • Purpose-built coiled tubing cableheads – Shear pin release – Flow-release • High pressure surface termination assemblies – Standard integral plumbing – DNV certified • Self-contained unit. 0. Deploying logging tools on coiled tubing is one of the more innovative uses of Halliburton coiled tubing.50 in.9 mm) monoconductor or 3/8-in.4 to 38. Installing logging cable inside the coiled tubing allows tools to be deployed into highly deviated wells and permits a variety of remedial functions. (25. and operates its own coiled tubing equipment.

The BHPT tool can be used at any location in the logging stack depending on the data acquisition depth priorities with the exception that it must be run below the telemetry sub. In cased-hole environments. version may be necessary in heavy 4. This information is required during water saturation calculations. and in slimhole applications. The BHPT tool is available in two diameter sizes: a 3.625-in. bottomhole temperature. determining formation fracture pressures.25-in. HAL9394 Typical Field Output of the BHPT™ Tool Open-Hole Wireline Services 3-63 . temperature. cased-hole.375-in. tool. tool and a 3. The resistivity sensor provides accurate. The open-hole version is standard 3. which provides signals used to determine characteristics of wellbore fluids. thief-zone identification. and detection of dynamic fluid environments within the wellbore. The Rm data may be used in invasion diameter calculations and also to identify abnormal induction and laterolog readings caused by borehole fluid effects. real-time information about mud resistivity at any depth and temperature in the wellbore. Calibrations involve coefficient entry and internal resistor network readings. thermal gradient calculation. casing). The smaller diameter 3. determining wellbore fluid pressure gradients in deviated holes. mud weight corrections.BHPT™ Borehole Properties Tool The BHPT™ borehole properties tool is a DITS™ tools compatible electric logging tool.5-in. and drillpipe conveyed logging environments will accommodate the BHPT tool and two external diameters are available. the resistivity sensor can locate fluid levels and contact depth of static oil and water.625-in. and borehole fluid resistivity. and a smaller 3.375-in. The primary outputs of a BHPT log are pressure.625-in.and post-job maintenance requires flushing the pressure entry port to remove mud debris and create a pressure buffer to the sensor. Pre. BHPT tool is used specifically in open-hole applications. The BHPT tool is normally run in conjunction with other logging services but may also be used as a stand-alone logging tool requiring the use of a telemetry sub. Open-hole. including location of gas entry points in air-drilled wells. Downhole pressure and temperature readings can assist clients in blowout prevention. This information has long been requested by our clients and now is available during the first logging pass in a newly drilled well. The 3. tool is used in cased-hole wells (with heavy 4.375-in. casing and slimhole applications.

real-time downhole temperature and mud resistivity information at any depth.7) 3.02 (1.000 (137. and mud resistivity data in the case that no similar measurements are taken in the toolstring configuration • Aids in blowout prevention • Makes mud-weight corrections • Determines formation fracture pressures • Identifies thief zone • Determines wellbore fluid-pressure gradients in deviated holes • Determines thermal-gradient calculation • Determines bottomhole temperature • Detects dynamic fluid environments within the wellbore.9) 20.1) Cased-Hole 107 (48.5) Open-Hole 3-64 Open-Hole Wireline Services . which also includes locating gas entry points in airdrilled wells The resistivity sensor provides accurate.5) Diameter in.5) 5.000 (137.02 (1.625 (92.375 (85.7) Weight lb (kg) 95 (43.Features • Outputs real-time pressure. This resistivity measurement can be used to: • Make water saturation calculations • Make invasion diameter calculations • Identify abnormal induction and laterolog measurements (caused by borehole fluid effects) • Locate fluid levels and contact depth of static oil and water in cased-hole wells Associated Answer Products • Absolute pressure and differential pressure • Absolute temperature and differential temperature • Mud resistivity BHPT™ Borehole Properties Tool Specifications Length ft (m) 5.7) 350 (176.9) Maximum Temperature °F (°C) 350 (176.1) Maximum Pressure psi (Mpa) 20. temperature. (mm) 3.

Open-Hole Wireline Services HAL9189 3-65 . The FIAC tool differs from the competition by providing four independent caliper measurements. selecting packer seats for formation sampling. as well as identify borehole ovality. The borehole azimuth. This allows the correlation of the borehole geometry with the drilling process. run as a separate or combined service. This survey is useful in calculating cement volume. borehole deviation. The two independent X-X calipers are presented in Track 2 along with a bit size data. The short axis of the borehole is smaller than bit size. and identifying and locating washouts and bridges in the borehole. provides an accurate measurement of the borehole diameter in four orthogonal directions with respect to the tool body. and relative bearing of the X and Y caliper data are presented in a continuous log presentation. A borehole geometry presentation is created by combining the FIAC™ and SDDT™ data. the borehole geometry information is oriented with respect to both magnetic north and the highside of the wellbore.625-in.FIAC™ Four Independent Arm Caliper Tool The FIAC™ four independent arm caliper tool is a four-arm caliper which provides information on the borehole geometry of the wellbore. diameter to 22-in. Borehole size may range from 3. This presentation illustrates an oval borehole with the long axis of the borehole aligned with the high-side/low-side of the deviated well. the FIAC tool has four independent caliper measurements. the deviation and hole azimuth are presented as text values every 50 ft and as continuous curves. diameter. Unlike other X-Y caliper services. The FIAC tool. the X-X and Y-Y arms are paired together to provide only two diameter measurements. When the FIAC tool is combined with the SDDT™ navigation package. Orientation data from the SDDT navigation tool is presented in Track 1. such as correlation of the long axis of the borehole to the high-side/low-side of the well. The caliper arms are mounted at 90° angles to each other and provide a continuous X-Y (borehole axis is Z) borehole measurement. whereas with types of other four arm calipers. The averaged X and Y calipers are presented in the depth track. The two independent Y-Y calipers are presented in Track 3 along with the bit size data. This tool is combinable with any other DITS™ standard tools. indicating the presence of mudcake.

9) Maximum Temperature °F (°C) 400 (204. bit type.2) Diameter in.000 (137.6) 3-66 Open-Hole Wireline Services .2) Maximum Pressure psi (Mpa) 20.4) Weight lb (kg) 310 (140.63 (92.9 (4. (mm) 3.Features • Four independent caliper measurements to provide needed borehole geometry data • Combined with a navigation package the borehole geometry profile can be oriented with respect to magnetic north as well as to the high side of deviated or horizontal wells • Borehole geometry information can be used to monitor hole size and shape with wellbore deviation and azimuth for basic geo-mechanical analysis • Helps optimize drilling and mud systems by the evaluation of borehole geometry along with mud weight and type. and ROP • More accurate borehole volume and annular volume determinations for the required cement volume • Identification of packer seats for sampling and testing FIAC™ Four Independent Arm Caliper Tool Specifications Length ft (m) 13.

SDDT™ Stand-Alone DITS™ Directional Tool The SDDT™ stand-alone DITS™ directional tool is a full navigational package that consists of three orthogonal fluxgate accelerometers and three orthogonal magnetometers. direction.9) Maximum Temperature °F (°C) 350 (176. motion. The SDDT tool provides accurate information to help determine tool position.9) Maximum Pressure psi (Mpa) 20. The SDDT tool transmits this data to the surface unit via Halliburton’s proven DITS™ digital interactive telemetry system.000 (137. Features An enormous amount of data is acquired while logging.7) Weight lb (kg) 240 (108. and orientation within the borehole. (mm) 3.8) Diameter in. SDDT™ Stand-Alone DITS™ Directional Tool Specifications Length ft (m) 12.63 (92.5 (3.9) Open-Hole Wireline Services 3-67 .

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This leading-edge detector technology results in full spectrum monitoring for greater amounts of information. Because of the strong correlation between the open-hole resistivity log and the sigma log. The sigma parameter is a measure of the ability of the formation to absorb thermal neutrons. and higher accuracy. Applications • Cased-hole formation evaluation • Lithology determination • Enhanced oil recovery monitoring • Gas vs. faster logging speeds. and break-through deferral) as well as lower costs from fewer wells and reduced water and gas handling. tight determination • Water-flow detection HAL9138 Example of Gravel Pack Evaluation with Silicon Activation Cased-Hole Wireline Services 4-1 . Accurate monitoring of fluid movement in a producing hydrocarbon reservoir can also yield major economic benefits through improved recovery (such as better reservoir management. better placement of infill wells. Using induced gamma spectroscopy and decay time measurement.Cased-Hole Wireline Services Cased-Hole Wireline Services Formation Evaluation TMD-L™ Thermal Multigate Decay-Lithology Logging Tool The TMD-L™ tool is a new-generation pulsed-neutron logging tool which measures the thermal neutron capture cross-sections (sigma) of both the formation and the borehole. The TMD-L tool differs from the competition by applying alpha-processing which optimally combines near and far detector responses to provide a sigma curve with the accuracy of the far detector and the vertical resolution and precision of the near detector. Reservoir monitoring includes measurement of initial and current fluid contacts and predicts how the fluids will move in the future. the TMD-L tool determines oil saturation in reservoirs with high salinity. the sigma log is considered to be the casedhole equivalent of the conductivity log.

86) Maximum Pressure psi (Mpa) 15. (mm) 1. and spectral waterflow determination • Quality indicators for monitoring tool operation and algorithm performance • Combinable with standard PL sensors to provide extensive interpretation support. and provide special tool configurations for special challenges • Identifies problems earlier to reduce production downtime • Optimizes and verifies completions for improved production • Can help recommend remedial activities.75) 4-2 Cased-Hole Wireline Services . enhanced oil recovery monitoring. lithology determination.7) Weight lb (kg) 70 (31.6875 (42.000 (103.Features • Larger diameter detectors to produce higher count rates • Recording of each detector's decay curve with 61 time gates. such as further stimulation or conformance operations to: – Optimize production – Estimate reserves for better financial planning – Explore old wells for additional reserves – Help maximize customer return on investment Associated Answer Products • SigmaSat™ sigma saturation analysis • Chi Modeling® computation service TMD-L™ Thermal Multigate Decay-Lithology Logging Tool Specifications Length ft (m) 18 (5. time gates span the entire burst cycle—from build up through decay • A different background measurement scheme to sample the background more frequently • Recording of gamma ray spectra for the far-spaced or near-spaced detectors during several time windows • Ability to mount gamma ray detector below the generator and running the tool inverted to facilitate water-flow measurements • Simultaneous inelastic and capture spectral measurements • Modular hardware design allows custom configurations • Accurate water saturation interpretation over a broad range of borehole conditions and porosities • Improved interpretation to help distinguish between gas reservoirs and low-porosity formations • Improved repeatability.4) Maximum Temperature °F (°C) 325 (162. save time at the rig site.5) Diameter in.

which is used to detect water flow. calcium (YCa) and hydrogen (YH). Also plotted in the track is the oxygen activation curve (OAI). These curves are used to identify gas in the formation (shaded in red). mixed. the capture mode is used. or unknown water salinity environments HAL5680 • Locate water and oil zones in waterfloods where mixed salinities exist between formation and flood waters • Evaluate saturations in formations behind casings when open-hole logs are not available • Monitor steam and CO2 flood/breakthrough • Inside/outside casing water detection • Verify gravel pack integrity via silicon activation • Accurately determine oil and gas saturations in high salinity or fresh water formations • Identify bypassed reserves • Pinpoint formation fluid contacts • Identify lithologies and mineralogies RMT Elite™ Primary Log Presentation—Track 1 of the display is used for plotting basic correlation curves. or unknown salinity-formation water. Because the RMT Elite tool is so accurate and precise. The green shading between the curves is a quick look representation of hydrocarbons. Track 4 displays inelastic and capture near to far detector ratio curves. Track 3 of the log displays yield curves computed from the capture spectra for silicon (YSi). For reservoirs having low. In this example the simultaneously recorded formation sigma and the potassium yield curve (YK) are plotted. the RMT Elite tool can be used in either operating mode to perform elemental analyses from the measured spectra to identify lithology in all types of reservoirs. Track 2 of the log is used to display the raw carbon to oxygen ratio (COIR) and the calcium to silicon ratio (LIRI). the inelastic or C/O mode is used. Cased-Hole Wireline Services 4-3 . mixed. this pulsed-neutron device is primarily used to determine oil saturation in reservoirs. In addition. producing a TMD-L™ thermal multigate decay-lithology-type log. Applications • Discriminate formation fluid contacts • Evaluate hydrocarbon zone saturations in fresh. For higher salinities. Utilizing induced gamma spectroscopy and decay time measurements. the RMT Elite tool can be used to run continuous passes in low porosity formations where other systems can only be run in a stationary mode. it allows operators to achieve logging speeds two to five times faster than competing systems. offering two to three times higher measurement resolution than other throughtubing C/O logging systems. As a result. Its high-density Bismuth germanium oxide (BGO) detectors allow the RMT Elite tool to achieve resolutions previously available only with larger diameter C/O systems.RMT Elite™ Reservoir Monitor Tool The RMT Elite™ reservoir monitor tool is a unique throughtubing carbon/oxygen (C/O) system. The RMT Elite tool can also be conveyed into a well with tubing completions unlike larger C/O systems that can only log through casing.

For example. elemental yields. gas.875-in. TMD-L™ data. Plotted on this example are the Iron yield (YFe) and the chlorine yield (YCl). Formation saturation analysis using the RMT Elite tool and porosity data can be provided via Halliburton’s cased-hole formation evaluation interpretation in the following software models. ΣFM.22 (4.000 (103. elemental yields. porosity from ratios. and two C/O measurements. tubing • Two detectors provide a near-to-far inelastic ratio. and oxygen activation • Accurately evaluates the time-lapse performance of hydrocarbon-producing reservoirs • No well-kill fluids are necessary Associated Answer Products RMT Elite™ tool data can be used alone in postlogging analysis. Track 6 is used to plot the simultaneous measured near formation sigma (SGFN) and the far formation sigma (SGFF). complex lithology and mineralogy answers can be provided by integrating RMT Elite tool elemental yield data in Halliburton’s ULTRA™ multi-mineral evaluation program software.33) Diameter in. or external inputs. RMT Elite™ Quality Log Presentation—Track 1 of the presentation are curves that represent the accuracy of spectral gain stabilization measured from ratios of the iron edge (FERC) and the hydrogen peak (HPLI). RMT Elite™ Reservoir Monitor Tool Specifications Length ft (m) 14.125-in. Track 3 is used to plot additional yield curves computed from the capture spectra. Also. and oxygen activation – Capture mode—(optimized for Sigma formation measurements) ΣFM.9) 4-4 Cased-Hole Wireline Services . analysis options allow total and effective porosity to be computed from open-hole or cased-hole porosity data. Tracks 4 and 5 are used to plot the total inelastic and capture count rates for the near and far detectors. and water saturations using both C/O and Σ measurements • Chi Modeling® computation service Additionally.4) Maximum Temperature °F (°C) 325 (163) Weight lb (kg) 77 (34. the addition of open-hole and cased-hole logging data often serves to enhance analysis results. porosity from ratios. a simple twoporosity log cross plot option is available to improve effective porosity estimates. HAL5681 • CarbOxSat™ model oil saturation analysis using C/O measurements • SigmaSat™ model water saturation analysis using capture cross section measurements (Σ) • TripleSat™ model three-phase oil. (mm) 2.975) Maximum Pressure psi (Mpa) 15.Features • Below-tubing and in-tubing logging capability without sacrificing quality and accuracy • 2. however. capture ratio. Track 2 is a plot of the COIR and LIRI from the near space detector. • Dual operating modes – Inelastic mode—(optimized for C/O formation measurements) C/O. tool size allows use of a large detector and passage through 2.125 (53.

generator voltage. near and far oxygen activation (OAIN and OAIF). quantitative velocities as low as 5 ft/min can be measured.Spectra Flow™ Logging Service (SpFl) The Spectra Flow™ logging service directly detects and evaluates water movement behind and inside the casing of both production and injection wells. This combination of high-resolution water detection plus unique pulsed-neutron timing allows the use of the continuous logging method. improved accuracy is obtained by using the more distant natural gamma ray detector. but the interpretation of the data is frequently not easy. Since calibration of the detectors is not required for measurement accuracy. and VGR for GR). For velocities over 50 ft/min. The tool has two logging methods— continuous logging and stationary impulse testing. and appear to be more practical for detecting low flow rates than traditional methods. Water velocity measurements using spectral data are provided with continuous logs and stationary impulse stepdown tests. linear flow velocity. depending on the flow volume and location. Track 3 displays the spectral measurements of activated oxygen. Both simultaneous up and down flow can be measured. and volume flow rate of water moving vertically. Running one or a combination of these services can be done successfully. The above Spectra Flow™ impulse velocity test calculates accurate velocity by measuring the time of activated water compared to nonactivated water passing by Spectra Flow detectors. VTF for TFA. the total activation measurement. the linear velocity of water-flow is determined from the ratio of oxygen activation measured with the near and far detectors. Water-flow greater than 3 ft/min can be detected and. The stationary impulse method is a travel time measurement that automatically switches the neutron generator on/off and measures the fluid velocity with respect to time. Other logging techniques used to discover fluid movement behind the casing involve measuring acoustical noise. Velocities are calculated for the two spectral measurements. Track 2 contains the gamma ray. Track 1 shows the water-flow velocity curves from each of the measurements in Track 2 (VSN for OAIN. The service is capable of measuring water-flow direction up and down. VTN for TNA. VSF for OAIF. a deeper depth of investigation. Independent velocities are measured for each detector. The Spectra Flow tool is a uniquely reconfigured pulseneutron capture/spectral through-tubing device with a source to detect spacing to make quantitative water-flow measurements. In this method. and near and far total activation measurement (TNA and TFA) curves. temperature. have sufficient resolution. and the natural gamma ray detector. Multiple configuration options allow the service to be tailored to the types of flows encountered downhole. this method has better results than any other system. Cased-Hole Wireline Services HAL1031 4-5 . Spectra Flow logs eliminate the need to inject tracer materials. A modular tool design allows the Spectra Flow service to be run in combination with production logging tools. and radioactive tracers.

000 (103. allowing elimination of all other sources of gamma rays • Because it measures spectrally.8625) Maximum Pressure psi (Mpa) 15.8) 4-6 Cased-Hole Wireline Services . (mm) 1.8) Weight lb (kg) 70 (31.5) Diameter in. can also be configured to measure both up and down water sources simultaneously • Pure spectral measurement isolates only gamma rays produced for oxygen recording • Gamma rays produced as a result of oxygen activation are recorded spectrally.Applications • The detection and quantification of water flowing in cement channels (in producing or injection wells) • Identification of water-flow between tubing and casing • Detecting water entries • Detecting thief zones • Discovering cross flow between zones • Detecting leaking plugs and packers • CO2 flow measurements Features • Specially designed for quantitative water-flow measurements • Modified detector section for the pulsed neutron capture tool includes source-to-detector spacing to eliminate effects of stationary water in the borehole and/or the formation • Fully combinable with a complete string of production log sensors • Modular design allows tool to be configured for detecting water sources from above or below.4) Maximum Temperature °F (°C) 325 (162. it can determine Compton downscattering. allowing qualitative determination of whether flow is inside or outside the pipe Associated Answer Products • QW (Calculates water-flow rate and velocity) Spectra Flow™ Logging Service (SpFl) Specifications Length ft (m) 18 (5.6875 (42.

count rates are much higher than for epithermal neutrons.6 MeV. the DSN tool is usually combined with the NGRT tool and DITS™ casing collar locator. They can be combined with density logs to provide an indication of formation gas saturation and also with density and/or sonic logs to provide indications of formation lithology. thermal neutron detectors are more sensitive to lithology and are affected by borehole and formation salinity. and calculate shale volumes HAL1664 In this DSN™ log example. Applications • Gas detection • Porosity • Lithology Features • Detector array contains two helium proportional counters • Optimized detector spacing. However. Cased-Hole Wireline Services 4-7 . and greater counting rates • Faster log runs • Delineation of thin-bed formations with enhanced vertical resolution (EVR) available in real-time or in post-processing • A combination of logging tools can be run to identify lithology. the subject well was logged twice. The DSN tool consists of an instrument section housing the electronics. In open holes. the DSN tool is usually combined with the SDLT™ spectral density logging tool and the NGRT™ natural gamma ray tool. Neutron porosity logs provide total fluid information for use with resistivity logs and/or pulsed neutron logs in determining formation water saturation. The resulting near/far ratio curves and the calculated porosity curves are overlaid to illustrate high repeatability of DSN porosity measurements. Since thermal neutrons are detected. In cased holes. reveal gas zones.DSN™ Dual-Spaced Neutron Tool The DSN™ dual spaced neutron tool is a thermal neutron tool designed to measure formation porosity from neutronnuclei interactions. The dual detector method is used to compensate for these environmental effects. Thermal neutron tools are not as limited by the spacing and depth of investigation problems associated with epithermal neutron tools. advanced calibration methods. two He3 detectors. and a source sub housing an americium-beryllium source which generates fast neutrons that penetrate the formation at an initial energy of 4.

1) Diameter in.63 (92.9) Maximum Temperature °F (°C) 350 (176.9) 4-8 Cased-Hole Wireline Services . and cased-hole saturation analysis to provide a complete formation evaluation product. open-hole.7) Weight lb (kg) 196 (88. These include: – ULTRA™ multi-mineral evaluation program – CORAL™ complex lithology analysis – LARA™ laminated reservoir analysis – SASHA™ shaly sand analysis DSN™ Dual-Spaced Neutron Tool Specifications Length ft (m) 10.Associated Answer Products • The wellsite answer product is the neutron porosity NPHI • Neutron porosity data is also used with other open-hole sensors as input to Halliburton’s mineralogy. (mm) 3.000 (137.2) Maximum Pressure psi (Mpa) 20.25 (3.

This processing can be extremely accurate as long as the tag placement is close to the spacing between gamma ray detectors. The tool configuration in this case consisted of three gamma ray detectors with 1 ft spacing between the first two detectors and 30 ft between the second and third.FCMT™ Formation Compaction Monitoring Tool The FCMT™ formation compaction monitoring tool is a through-tubing instrument that can be run in production wells. Distance between each detector is corrected for temperature affects and is used in the post-processing software. The last track is raw gamma ray data from the three detectors.000 (103.4) Maximum Temperature °F (°C) 350 (176. Track 4 is the average of all the methods less the HES method. Vertical compaction and the lateral displacement of markers can also be monitored using the FCMT tool. It shows the high spikes of the radioactive tags with the upper three tags being placed in the formation while the lower three tags were placed in the casing. Three different methods are used to determine spacing between radioactive tags. (mm) 1. FCMT™ Formation Compaction Monitoring Tool Specifications Length* ft (m) – * Specified by customer ** Depends on configuration Diameter in. The next track shows the depth of each tag plus the distance between tags as calculated by special processing. The red numbers in Track 3 indicate the average of all the different methods to calculate distance between the tags. Compaction of the formation can be measured by changes in the distance between the markers.7) Weight** lb (kg) – Cased-Hole Wireline Services 4-9 . Applications • Determine the location of and precise distance between radioactive markers planted in the formation or casing • Monitor vertical compaction and lateral displacement of markers Features • Unique construction allows spacing between detectors to be easily altered to fit the application • Available in three-detector or four-detector arrays to help make necessary configuration changes easy to implement • Measures tool temperature to correct for thermal expansion • Depth measurements are corrected for irregular tool motions using a uni-axial accelerometer • A pair of induction-type casing collar locators (CCLs) provides additional compaction/depth measurements HAL9762 Track 1 consists of the processed gamma ray reading from detector 1.68 (42.7) Maximum Pressure psi (Mpa) 15. The tool uses multiple gamma ray detectors to determine the location of and precise distance between radioactive markers planted in the formation or casing.

counts. These files will allow continuous monitoring and comparisons of casing wear throughout the life of the well.CASE™ Casing Evaluation and Inspection Software CASE™ casing evaluation and inspection software is a series of programs that will use data from either the rotating ultrasonic tools (FASTCAST™ or CAST-V™ tools) or the multi-finger caliper tools to provide accurate casing evaluation. This program will determine the joint makeup point. Therefore. If the casing is perfect (no damage in radius or thickness). collars provide problems with the standard casing analysis logs. the radius measurement will be larger than the known. and can determine if the damage is inside/outside or a combination of both for the casing in question. Presentations include raw data. segmented curves. When the ultrasonic data is recorded in the casing mode. it is possible to determine the total damage to the casing and proportionate it to either inside casing wear. In the cased-hole mode. The CHIME program combines all these programs and also has the ability to provide graphical displays of damage from both the ultrasonic and caliper tools. The CASE software family provides detailed information on the condition of the casing. and fluid travel time to evaluate the casing condition and determine the percent of casing wear. The final program in this family is the CASE_JOINT program that finds. Spiral or patterns similar to a barbershop pole are indications of eccentricity problems. additional metal in the collars. CASE software provides a detailed interpretation of the interior casing damage. With both ultrasonic and caliper data. Its high vertical and horizontal resolutions nearly eliminate the chance of missing flaws in a string of pipe. If the casing has internal corrosion. The program HoleShape corrects the travel time data for tool eccentering. and images. and possible damage near the collars from when the joints were made up. For casing evaluation. and the thickness will be smaller. The CASE program will use the corrected travel time. or a combination of the two. With this program. With these two measurements. and MIT tool data • Improves casing evaluation for both inner and outer defects • Corrects for tool eccentricity thus helping to distinguish even minute casing problems • Log presentations can be customized to meet the specific requests or needs. The correction increases the detail of the travel time image leading to an improved visual interpretation of casing defects. CAST-V. When the ultrasonic data is acquired in the image mode or with multi-finger caliper tools. the ultrasonic tools provide accurate casing ID and casing thickness measurements. Safety. With both the FASTCAST and CAST-V tools in the image mode. maximum. the results are presented both calculated and normalized for each size and weight of the casing present. Features • Delivers a more reliable indication of casing condition • Works with existing logging procedures for FASTCAST. and allow determination of both joint and collar damage based on the grading used in CASE software. In addition. the CASE programs generate both spreadsheets and text files that list minimum. thus preventing possible long-term problems. including 3D displays • Joint and depth listings of defects allow easy input into other programs or a simple method to monitor known casing deformities Health. not necessarily casing wear. CASE software provides precise casing ID and thickness presentations that allow easy interpretation of casing damage. This information allows us to grade the pipe based on the total loss of metal. and Environmental • Helps customers to monitor and prevent catastrophic casing problems • Proper CASE software usage allows monitoring of casing erosion / corrosion / rectification 4-10 Cased-Hole Wireline Services . These grades are based on industry standards or can be adjusted based on customer requirements. then the normalized radius and thickness measurements will be zero. outside casing corrosion. The software consists of several different programs to provide the best possible interpretation of casing damage. and average values of both the internal radius and the thickness of the casing not only on a joint-by-joint listing but also as a depth-by-depth listing. slight tool eccentering problems will lead to an inaccurate analysis. the pipe thickness. they can be used to monitor wear on the inner surface of the casing string. the normalized data will show the loss of casing wall as an increase in the pipe radius and a decrease in pipe thickness. and displays data based on each joint. preventing minor problems from becoming major problems. There are usually gaps between adjacent joints.

maximum. The normalized pipe radius is shown in Track 5 where red is showing the packer damage and blue is showing metal buildup from the packer damage. The metal was peeled up when the packer was pulled. which is highlighted by the green stripe box in the depth track. The last track shows the pipe grading where the damage is color coded with the following percentages: white< 20%<green<40%<yellow<60% <red<80% and black > 80% damage. This allows an easy indication of pipe wear. This will be used in determining casing ID or radius. INTDAMG is the percent of pipe wear on a scale from 0 to 50 percent. The images below were generated from CHIME showing the casing damage in 3D view. Track 3 is an eccentricity corrected travel time for the first arrival. Track 2 is the amplitude of the first arrival and can be used to visually indicate casing damage. This zone is expanded on the log on the left. Eccentricity consists of tool and casing eccentricity. Track 1 provides gamma ray for correlation along with eccentricity and ovality. Track 4 shows the minimum. Cased-Hole Wireline Services 4-11 .Y000 Y030 Y030 Y050 This CASE™ processed log effortlessly shows where a packer was set and did not release properly. The AVRAD is the average radius calculated from the 200 radius measurements from the CAST-V™ tool. and average of the normalized pipe radius PRADN. while ovality measures casing ovality.

and monopole P-wave travel time are presented in Track 2. wellbore stability. arranged in eight rings of four receivers.Through Casing Acoustic Services WaveSonic® Tool The WaveSonic® crossed dipole sonic tool provides simultaneous monopole. The shear wave slowness in two orthogonal directions can be obtained in real. The fast and slow shear wave travel times are obtained with advanced waveform processing methods in Halliburton's Reservoir Evaluation Services centers. The WaveSonic tool is combinable with all standard open and cased-hole tool services. From the fast and slow shear wave travel times. and Stoneley wave properties are obtained from the monopole data. strategically located throughout the world.time from the XX and YY dipole data. salt water. which are recorded by the surface system. XX dipole. The robust mechanical design of this tool allows for drillpipe conveyed logging. The WaveSonic tool requires a liquid filled borehole and can be used in fresh water. and their orientation in the formation. Monopole semblance with the compressive wave slowness overlaid on the semblance image are presented in Track 3. or oil based mud systems. A hostile WaveSonic® version is available for high temperature and high pressures applications. The dipole flexural wave propagation allows for the measurement of shear wave slowness in virtually all formation conditions. the minimum and maximum principal stresses and stress field orientation can be obtained by combining oriented slowness data with overburden and analysis. The dipole X semblance with the XX shear wave slowness overlaid on the semblance image are presented in Track 4. refracted shear wave slowness. dipole Y travel time. The tool has 32 broadband receivers. and 32 XX dipole) for each firing cycle. and it is not limited to the bottom of the toolstring. 4-12 Cased-Hole Wireline Services . The shear wave slowness in the XX and YY directions and the monopole P-wave slowness are the basic well site deliverables. The compressional P-wave slowness. The tool provides 96 waveforms (32 monopole. The dipole X travel time. and YY dipole sonic measurements. and production enhancement treatment design. 32 YY dipole. to provide high-quality waveform data. Semblance quality data is presented in the depth track. The dipole Y semblance with the YY shear wave slowness overlaid on the semblance image are presented in Track 5. Natural gamma ray and caliper are presented in Track 1.

3) Hostile WaveSonic® Tool Specifications Tool Version 20 KPSI Tool 30 KPSI Tool Length ft (m) 40.0) 500 (260.000 (206.9) 30.9) Maximum Temperature °F (°C) 350 (176.13 (79.8) Maximum Temperature °F (°C) 500 (260.4) Diameter in.9 (12.13 (79. Applications • Determine fast and slow wave travel times and orientation in the formation • Calculate minimum and maximum principal stresses and stress field orientation • Porosity estimation • Fracture identification • Permeability (mobility) estimation • AVO calibration • Synthetic seismogram Features • Programmable-frequency sources to minimize effects of near-wellbore alteration • Broadband eight-level.0) Weight lb (kg) 595 (269.0 (10.Sonic anisotropy analysis provides the fast and slow shear wave travel times as a simultaneous solution of 64 waveforms(32 XX and 32 YY). (mm) 3.6) Cased-Hole Wireline Services 4-13 .3) Diameter in. borehole stability and sanding potential WaveSonic® Tool Specifications Length ft (m) 34.9) 720 (326.63 (92.000 (137. The fast and slow shear wave travel times and their orientation.2) Maximum Pressure psi (mpa) 20. quad receiver array for highquality waveform data • All 96 waveforms for each set of transmitter firings are recorded at the surface for advanced waveform processing techniques • Combinable with all open-hole tools. including MRIL® and RDT™ tools and services Associated Answer Products • Shear slowness anisotropy analysis • RockXpert2™ sand production and fracture strength analysis • FracXpert™ fracture stimulation zoning analysis pore pressure data information is vital for geo-mechanical • Instantaneous waveform attributes • Stoneley derived permeability • Stoneley reflection analysis • Formation stress.4) 3.4) 40.7) Weight lb (kg) 520 (236. The sonic attributes of slowness. amplitude and frequency content can be used for identification of fractures and compressive fluids and to measure various geomechanical properties.000 (137. allows for better 3D seismic analysis. combined with P-wave slowness. Anisotropy and its orientation can be used to determine the minimum horizontal stress and the orientation of natural fractures. (mm) 3.9 (12.4) Maximum Pressure psi (Mpa) 20.

The long transmitter-to-receiver offset allows for the acquisition of borehole sonic data beyond the effects of any near-wellbore altered region. including gamma ray and caliper information The FWS tool can be run in the cased-hole environment to obtain sonic properties through casing. P-wave travel time and P-wave semblance quality are presented in Track 1. This long offset also allows for the acquisition of high-quality sonic data in enlarged boreholes where critical angle effects would affect sonic tools with short transmitter-to-receiver offsets. and Stoneley wave properties of downhole formations for a wide range of petrophysical. 4-14 HAL9170 Cased-Hole Wireline Services . Acoustic coupling of the pipe-to-formation is required for cased-hole applications. The monopole waveform data is presented in Track 2 in the MicroSeismogram™ format (X-Z) and in an X-Y waveform presentation in Track 3. velocity ratio. Applications • Identify wave properties of downhole formations • Acquisition of borehole sonic data The natural gamma ray. X-X caliper. refracted shear wave. the FWS tool is compatible with all DITS™ logging tool strings. salt water. To minimize the number of logging trips required for complete formation evaluation. and other logging data such as gamma ray and caliper • Quality presentation – indicators which establish confidence levels for the slowness processing. A liquid-filled borehole is required for sonic logging and can be used in fresh water. including compressional slowness and semblance coherency and refracted shear and semblance quality gain curves for each receiver • Waveform presentation – waveforms from all four receivers can be presented. Y-Y caliper. and correlation curves. or oil-based mud systems. and geophysical applications. geological. Gain curves reflecting the gain applied to the waveform by the automatic gain control (AGC) circuit.FWS™ Full Wave Sonic Tool The FWS™ tool provides compressional wave. The information obtained from the FWS tool is plotted in three separate log presentations: • Slowness presentation – compressional slowness and refracted shear slowness. and time-depth integration of the compressional and shear travel times.

digitally recorded waveform data. determination of rock elastic constants. and improved porosity estimates using both Δtc and Δts • Lithology identification by means of velocity ratio. Δts/ Δtc. and location of gas zones. quality curves.7) Weight lb (kg) 460 (208.6 (8.1) Maximum Pressure psi (Mpa) 20. can be identified with the t curves) • Calculates sonic porosity from P-wave slowness and can determine secondary porosity by combining sonic porosity with neutron and density porosity data • Time-to-depth correlation for seismic correlation • Combining sonic slowness data with formation density data is the required input information needed for synthetic seismograms FWS™ Full Wave Sonic Tool Specifications Length ft (m) 28.000 (137. even in poor hole conditions and cased holes • Indication of permeability variations with depth from Stoneley wave attenuation and slowness • Detection of naturally fractured zones.Features • Long transmitter-to-receiver offsets and 1 ft receiver-to-receiver spacings • Detection of signals at all receivers for each transmitter pulse ensures constant source characteristics • Automatic gain control of each receiver preserves signal amplitude • Downhole digitizing helps eliminate transmission noise and allows broadband frequency response • Low-frequency response allows detection of low frequency Stoneley waves and multiple Δt measurements per depth interval • Continuous uninterrupted recording of full waveform signals • Records various types of information including tool data. and final results • Operator-selectable multiple modes of tool operation. (mm) 3.7) Cased-Hole Wireline Services 4-15 . and estimation of formation strength and least horizontal stress • Prediction of vertical extent of hydraulic fractures • Improved vertical resolution for detection of thinner beds (Beds as thin as 3 in.625 (92.7) Diameter in.9) Maximum Temperature °F (°C) 350 (176.

a cement bond tool that utilizes the second transmitter and two receivers.000 psi (172 400 kPa). The long transmitter-to-receiver offset allows for the acquisition of borehole sonic data beyond the effects of any near-wellbore altered region.) FWS™ full wave sonic tool. A liquid filled borehole is required for sonic logging. The lower (second) transmitter and the upper two receivers are utilized for cement bond logging and short. like the larger in diameter (3. The HFWS tool. The monopole waveform data is presented in Track 2 in the MicroSeismogram™ format (X-Z) and in an X-Y waveform presentation in Track 3. The HEAT suite logging tools are designed for continuous operation of six hours at 500°F (260°C). or oil-based mud systems. To minimize the number of logging trips required for complete formation evaluation. geological. have a pressure rating of 25. 4-16 HAL9171 Cased-Hole Wireline Services . offset compressional wave travel time. The upper transmitter and the lower four receivers array are utilized for full wave sonic logging. and can be used in fresh water. the HFWS tool is compatible with all HEAT suite logging toolstrings.625-in. provides compressional wave. and geophysical applications. Y-Y caliper. and located within the transmitter-to-receiver offset. and Stoneley wave properties of downhole formations for a wide range of petrophysical. X-X caliper. Applications • Full waveform open-hole sonic logging • Cement bond logging • Acquisition of borehole sonic data The natural gamma ray. salt water.HFWS™ Hostile Full Wave Sonic Tool The HFWS™ tool is a 2. along with all of the HEAT suite sensors. P-wave travel time and P-wave semblance quality are presented in Track 1. refracted shear wave. The long offset also allows for the acquisition of high-quality sonic data in enlarged boreholes where critical angle effects would affect sonic tools with short transmitter-to-receiver offsets. The HFWS tool can be compared to having two sonic tools within the same toolstring—a long-spaced sonic tool for traditional full waveform open-hole sonic logging.75-in. The HFWS tool. acoustic velocity logging tool that is a part of the HEAT™ suite hostile environment applications tool toolstring.

HFWS™ Hostile Full Wave Sonic Specifications Length* ft (m) Diameter in.9) (172. This is a hard rock example.4) * Add 3.2) (69. compressional wave travel time (DTC) is presented in Track 4. and the P-wave semblance quality is presented in Track 3. and VpVs are presented in Track 1. and location of gas zones. (mm) Maximum Pressure psi (Mpa) Maximum Temperature** °F (°C) 500 (260) Weight lb (kg) 340 (154. caliper. and improved porosity estimates using both Δtc and Δts • Facilitates lithology identification by means of velocity ratio. determination of rock elastic constants.2 2. Δts/Δtc.Features • Advanced system design and software processing with long transmitter-to-receiver offsets and 1/2 ft receiver-toreceiver spacings • Detection of signals at all receivers for each transmitter pulse to promote constant source characteristics • Automatic gain control of each receiver helps preserve signal amplitude • Downhole digitizing helps eliminate transmission noise and allows broadband frequency response • Low-frequency response allows detection of low frequency Stoneley waves and multiple Δt measurements per depth interval HAL9172 • Facilitates continuous uninterrupted recording of full waveform signals • Ability to record various types of information including tool data. **6 hour Cased-Hole Wireline Services HAL9173 4-17 . Natural gamma ray. and final results • Operator-selectable multiple modes of tool operation. can be identified with the t curves) • Time-to-depth correlation for seismic correlation • Combining sonic slowness data with formation density data are the required input information for synthetic seismograms Gamma ray and caliper are presented in Track 1.000 (9. quality curves. and estimation of formation strength and least horizontal stress • Prediction of vertical extent of hydraulic fractures using the RockXpert2™ analysis package • Improved vertical resolution for detection of thinner beds (Beds as thin as 3-in.2) 30.50 ft (1. The semblance quality is presented in an image format in Track 3 for the P-wave and refracted shear wave.1 m) for each in-line centralizer (usually two). even in poor hole conditions and cased holes • Indication of permeability variations with depth from Stoneley wave attenuation and Δt • Detection of naturally fractured zones. The P-wave travel time and the refracted shear wave travel time are presented in Track 2. digitally recorded waveform data.75 25.

and fluid capacitance tool. holdup. casing collar locator Memory Production Logging The memory production logging string is normally deployed on slickline or coiled tubing. capacitance water holdup. Once the logging operation is complete. calibration. capacitance array • Flow condition / well diagnostic tools – pressure. Likewise. basket flowmeters. Higher readings indicate hydrocarbons while water is around 450 counts or the right side of the track. and printing of well logs can be done in real time. 4-18 Cased-Hole Wireline Services . and fluid velocity readings are necessary. the downhole telemetry transfers data from the toolstring to the surface system via electric line. radioactive fluid density. fullbore flowmeters. Tracks 5 and 6 provide information about the fluid movement and cable speed. X-Y caliper. For a complete interpretation temperature. Electric Line Production Logging Using a computerized LOGIQ™-CH system. inclinometer • Correlation tools – gamma ray. Track 4 consists of four passes of the fluid capacitance tool where low counts indicate water while the higher counts indicate hydrocarbons. Track 3 is the fluid density from four passes of the radioactive fluid density tool. and horizontal wells • Full range of sensors and running hardware for memory and electric line PL logging Applications • Flow rate measurements – continuous flowmeters.1 seconds or as long as many hours between readings. Simultaneous telemetry transmits the signals from standard sensors to a battery powered memory tool at the top of the toolstring. pressure (PR1). temperature. Track 5 consists of four passes of the continuous spinner with pass 1 and 2 showing a nonsteady state. Track 6 shows the speed of the tool.Production Logging Production Logging Tools A wide range of production logging tools for use in all type of downhole environments are available: • Production logging tools for vertical. differential pressure density. The pressure data shows that this well has not achieved a steady production rate at this time. the procedure for merging the log-time and depth-time data is rapid. Track 2 consists of the average capacitance reading from four different passes of the CAT tool. deviated. pressure. and temperature (TEMP1). radioactive fluid density. and since the well was logged with a coiled tubing the two speeds are about 30 fpm down and 20 fpm up. recording. Tracks 2 through 4 provide data concerning the fluid holdup as measured by the CAT™ tool. spinner array tool (SAT) • Fluid identification / flow composition tools – gas holdup. Track 1 consists of the gamma ray (GR1). When operating in this mode. HAL9253 This example provides a display of typical production logging tool data. The memory tool is programmed using a computer and interfaces to record log values with intervals as short as 0.

01 g/cc 0.9 (1318) 51. 0.9°F (0. 0.0% for Yw < 40% ± 0. accurate.25 g/cc 0 to 1.5 (318) 10. 51 lb/ft) Gas Holdup Tool 1% ± 3% Cased-Hole Wireline Services 4-19 .3 in.004 g 0.03 g/cc ± 0. <177°C 0. slickline.5 (6. All PL sensors can run simultaneously except the bottom only tools • Advanced sensors such as the GHT™ gas holdup tool.7 (272) 26. (mm) 18.5 (953) 19.2 in.5 (470) 23.8 (4) 10 (4.008 psi and <0.02% FS 0. including the SAT tool for deviated or horizontal wells • High sensitivity and low threshold velocity flowmeters • Standard and compact tool sizes • Multiple logging sensors in one string. either sequentially in one trip in the hole or simultaneously if required Associated Answer Products • Hard copy log of multiple sensor measurements • Wellsite production log analysis • Advanced production log analysis at Applied Formation Evaluation Centers Production Logging Tools Specifications Summary PL Tool Category Tool Type Casing Collar Locator Correlation Production Gamma Ray Dual Caliper Flow Condition / Well Diagnostic Quartz Pressure Gauge Fast Response Platinum Resistance Thermometer Inclinometer Accelerometer Enhanced Capacitance Water Holdup Tool Radioactive Fluid Density Tool Fluid Identification Differential Pressure Fluid Density Tool Capacitance Array Tool Tool Length in.9 to 9.1 (5.5 g/cc Sensitivity Threshold 20 keV approx.6) 8.01 (483) 12.6 (4.9 (582) 51. and spinner array tool (SAT) for horizontal and undulating wells • Conveyance flexibility – toolstring can be deployed on electric line.1 (586) 37.000 psi 50 to 350°F (10 to 177°C) +2 g to -1 g Yw 0 to 100% best Yw<40% 0 to 1.1 in. CAT™ capacitance array tool.Features • Great selection of flowmeter types and sizes.3) Max well angle 70° 12 miniature capacitance sensor 1 sec typical Range of Measurement Resolution Accuracy Weight lb (kg) 12. <165°C. pipe (3 1/2 in. or drillpipe • Greater consistency of data sets as a result of using the same sensors for electric line and memory operations • Faster telemetry. <150°C.015 in. safe.9 in.01% FS Response time <0.3 (7.2 (665) 22. reliable operations • The same telemetry platform is used to run production logging tools with casing inspection and/or pulse neutron tools.5) Linearity <0.43 (1306) 24 (610) 2 to 9 in. 0.6) 10 (4.25) 14.01 g ±1.5°C) 0.2 lb/ft and 10 3/4 in.1% external limitation 0.5 sec Others Acquisition time: 1 sec typical Sensitivity: 1 counts/API See details under flow imager.5) 9.03 g/cc 17.003°C) 0.001 g/cc 0. 0 to 15. 0. coiled tubing. 9.005°C 0. 12 capacitance sensors in 360° with RB information 0 to 100% gas holdup within 2.4 (4.5) 9.006°F (0.8) 8 (3.

2 1/8.200 ft/min 10 pulses/rev Caged Full Bore Flowmeter 6 Arm 34.Production Logging Tools Specifications Summary PL Tool Category Tool Type Inline Spinner Flowmeter Continuous Spinner Flowmeter (Bearing) Tool Length in. This is a monoconductor swivel joint which allows free rotation between the upper and lower heads while maintaining electrical continuity through the tool.) to +1000 kg Hysteresis 5% FS Temperature Drift 5% FS Different roller centralizers are available with 3 or 4 arms with single or double rollers in each arm. spinner 3 pulses/rev Same as quartz pressure gauge and CCL individual tools Capacitance / Temperature / Flow Same as capacitance / temperature flow individual tool.200 ft/min Minimum 6-8 m3 per day.5 (1. casing Threshold approx 8 ft/min in water 12 ft/min in water Accuracy 10 pulses/rev Weight lb (kg) 10.28 in.5 (1.6) mechanical section only 3. Approx Length . (90 to 244 mm) Approx 15 (6.5) Diverter Flowmeter 70. 28. 3 1/8 in. 100 BPD in 7-in.8 (4.5) Repeatability ±2% FS 6 miniature spinner equispaced around circumference Max fluid velocity 2. Maximum approx. Spinner shroud OD 1 11/16. 2 1/8. 2. (mm) 21 (533) Range of Measurement Max fluid velocity 3. 3.9 (886) 500 ft/min (2.7 ft/min approx (0. Tools specified have nominal OD of 1 1//16 in.5 (470) w/o flow mech section 22. For higher pressure or higher temperature tools contact your local Halliburton representative.8) 3. with solid shaft tool can work up to 1. All tools have maximum pressure rating of 15. casing) 3 1/2 to 7-in. casing.25 in.6) 1. casing. 400 m3/d (6 psi drop ~120 lb uplift in 5 1/2-in. Tools with OD of 1 3/8 in. casing 1.11 in. (114 to 244 mm) Available for different casing size 4 1/2 to 9 5/8 in.54 m/s). (711 mm) and weight around 10 lb. casing 10 pulses/rev 10 (4. 2 1/8. Head Tension Unit Roller Centralizer Deployment Tools Spring Centralizer Swivel Knuckle Joints -400 kg (compr.250 BPD in 7-in. 7 (178) Ball type knuckle for deployment in deviated well 3. are also available. (845 mm) and weight around 12 lb.7 ft/min approx (0. Different compact spring bows are available with 3 to 6 springs.450 ft/min Resolution Threshold approx 8 ft/min in water Threshold approx 5 ft/min in water Threshold approx 5 ft/min in water 1. with solid shaft tool can work up to 1. Approx Length .8 (580) 10 pulses/rev Spinner Array Tool Quartz Pressure CCL Combination Tool 3/8-in. Flowmeter mechanical section can be any type of continuous or full bore flowmeter.6) mechanical section only 10 (4.4 (2. Available for different casing size 4 1/2 to 9 5/8 in.0) Approx 5. Approx Length .9 (886) 500 ft/min (2. Different sizes available. 100 BPD in 7-in.000 psi and maximum temperature rating of 350°F or 177°C. (114 to 244 mm) 3 1/2 to 9 5/8 in.8) 8. Also have different centralization force as per operational requirement. Telemetry is very high speed capable of running 62 tools in combination (virtually no limit on tool combination for telemetry). Spinner shroud OD 1 11/16.01m/s).5) Others Spinner shroud OD 1 11/16.5 (1.54 m/s).01m/s).01 (483) Approx.33. 18.6 (4. 4-20 Cased-Hole Wireline Services .250 BPD in 7-in. (280 mm) and weight 4 lb.5) w/o flow mech section 10 (4. 3 1/8 in.450 ft/min 10 pulses/rev Flowmeter Caged Full Bore Flowmeter 3 Arm 34. 28.000 ft/min 10 pulses/rev Continuous Spinner Flowmeter (Jeweled) 9 (229) Max fluid velocity 3. Also have different centralization force as per operational requirement.7 (1796) 46 (1168) 19. 3 1/8 in.

and continuous spinner (FCON). The CAT tool is an electric line. This process can be repeated as often as necessary. This presentation allows quick method of determine fluid contacts and provide an accurate calculation of the fluid compositions. and other conventional production logging sensors. reservoir monitoring tools. Readings can also be taken with the tool stationary at any depth. The right side of the image is high side while the left is on the bottom. logging up or logging down. relative bearing (RB). tool position does not affect the readings in horizontal wells as would be the case with a center sample device. or coiled tubing conveyed production logging instrument developed in partnership with Sondex. Additionally two holdup curves are shown. it should be apparent that the heavier fluids should be on the bottom and lighter fluids should be on the top of the well. Applications for detecting three-phase fluid entry can be done at any angle. the images and logs are corrected to the high side of the hole. Applications • Detect water entry and its orientation relative to the high side of the pipe in any well deviation • Successfully show three-phase fluid segregation since each fluid has its own log response • Provide an accurate visualization of the undulating horizontal wellbore when TVD data is combined with CAT tool data • Allows a complete three-phase analysis by combining the calculated fluid holdup with additional PL sensors • Improve interpretation of flow patterns in all wells due to the increased number of sensors at the same depth. allowing cross-sectional measurements in tubing and in casing. Consequently.FloImager® Service The FloImager® service provides three-phase holdup calculations using data from the CAT™ capacitance array tool. This holdup measurement is fullbore. Track 3 shows the average of the 12 sensors (AVCAPN) along with the two center sample holdup measurements fluid density (FDEN) and Hydro tool (HYDR). Track 2 provides the image of the flow as measured by the CAT tool. This service is extremely useful in highly deviated and horizontal wells having multiphase flow. Since the relative position of the CAT tool is known at all times. Cased-Hole Wireline Services HAL9135 4-21 . allowing accurate holdups to be determined Track 1 consists of a gamma ray (GR). The image is positioned so that the high sides are on the left and right side of the track while the middle is on the low side. temperature (TEMP). The CAT tool can be run in combination with the spinner array tool (SAT). RB is the relative bearing for arm 1 of the CAT™ tool and allows arm position relative to the high side of the hole to be determined. It consists of an array of 12 microcapacitance sensors which are radially distributed in the wellbore to accurately measure fluid holdup. These holdups are also presented in the last track. The CAT tool is uniquely versatile in that sensors are distributed across 12 bow springs. tractor. Since this is a horizontal well. pressure (PRES). Track 4 provides a cross-sectional view of the data in Track 2. water (YWE) and gas (YGE).

000 (103.63 (1.3 (7.8) 4-22 Cased-Hole Wireline Services .69 (42. Running the SAT tool in combination allows a complete analysis regardless of well geometry • Permits more accurate three-phase holdups • Shows images in all types of stratified flow • Has unsurpassed responses in both deviated and horizontal wellbores • Can produce video-like images of the fluid distribution across the borehole with further processing Associated Answer Products • Production logging analysis (PLA) • FloImager® 3D imaging product. CD-based 3D viewer • Reliable water holdup measurements in highly deviated and horizontal wellbores FloImager® Service Specifications Length ft (m) 4.Features • Makes both vertical and cross-sectional images available • Valuable data can be obtained in deviated or horizontal wells when run in combination with traditional PL sensors.4) Diameter in. (mm) 1.9) Maximum Pressure psi (Mpa) 15.7) Weight lb (kg) 17.4) Maximum Temperature °F (°C) 350 (176.

8) Maximum Pressure psi (Mpa) 15. Tracks 2 and 3 show the wellbore diagram consisting of formation.8 (4. Since GHT data is corrected for PVT relationships. and pressure.4) Maximum Temperature °F (°C) 350 (176.GHT™ Gas Holdup Tool Representing a major improvement over center sample production logging tools for horizontal and highly deviated wells.000 (103.7) Weight lb (kg) 10. Track 4 highlights the comparison of calculated gas holdups between the fluid density tool and the GHT tool. The raw GHT tool count rates are presented in Track 6.687 (42. Track 5 shows the raw fluid density data. temperature. accurate flow analysis • Highly deviated horizontal and vertical cased wells • Reservoir evaluation Features • Determines gas holdup. Track 1 consists of gamma ray. (mm) 1. Applications • Fast. highly deviated. and gas gravity measurements to generate a 0% to 100% gas holdup log in stratified or homogenized flows. casing. and vertical cased wells in any flow regime.6) Diameter in. GHT™ Gas Holdup Tool Specifications Length ft (m) 2 (0. cement. It measures gas holdup directly and with greater accuracy using real-time downhole pressure and temperature. This instrument operates in horizontal. it is extremely important to have these temperature and pressure sensors run in combination with GHT tool. the GHT™ gas holdup tool is a unique tool that directly and accurately determines the volumetric fraction of gas over a cross-sectional volume element of the wellbore. and perforations.9) Cased-Hole Wireline Services 4-23 . casing ID. The last track provides the spinner data indicating fluid movement. The superior information provided by the GHT tool mitigates against the ambiguities that an interpreter of conventional production logs sometimes encounters. independent of flow patterns or wellbore angles • Provides an improved true fullbore measurement • Helps identify water entry in gas wells • Converts a complex three-phase flow analysis into a simple dual-phase analysis • Improve understanding of actual downhole flow conditions in wells producing gas • Real-time gas holdup measurements expedite the evaluation of well production • Helps avoid costly errors in judgment based on inaccurate flow analysis HAL9226 GHT™ tool and data in a vertical low-velocity well with multiple flow patterns.

Times are calculated to the nearest whole hour. The standard memory section has 128 MB of memory and can be extended up to 1 GB of memory. 4-24 HAL964 Cased-Hole Wireline Services . conventional coiled tubing. tension. 4 MB tool all 12 ch sampling at 1sec = 49. Times given assume 6 PL tools and quartz pressure. comprising depth.1 0.5 hours 35 hours 60 hours This memory production log was obtained for an operator looking to cut high water production in a formation with a three-phase downhole flow regime. weight. Applications • Downhole well problem diagnostics • Production/injection profiles • Treatment (stimulation) evaluation • Multiple rate production logs • Fall off tests • Reservoir information • Data for reservoir simulation HAL965 Computing center analysis of the MPL™ data reveals that the bottom set of perforations is producing mostly water and only 2% of the total oil production and 6% of the gas. tension. Remedial work to plug off the bottom zone should decrease water production and reduce water disposal costs without greatly affecting hydrocarbon production. Time Interval sec/sample 0.0 MB 7. The unit can also be configured to record weight. time. and casing collar locator recording and a job log.MPL™ Memory Production Logging Tool MPL™ memory production logging is a system where slickline. Some sample capacities are shown below. The data is equal in quality to data obtained with electric line services. This new memory system can log production logging tools with casing or cement evaluation tools if required.5 hours. comprising a depth and time recorder which records both time (from an internal clock) and depth pulses from a low current optical encoder. The Advanced Measurement System (AMS) can be included.0 8. The MPL™ service captures logging data on a memory recorder. or drillpipe conveyed tools acquire data without the need for electric line. which includes memory production logging tools recording time-based data to the memory section.0 MB 15 hours 70 hours 120 hours 4. and other surface inputs. It can run 62 tools at the same time. It also includes the surface data acquisition system. Sample capacities might be limited by battery type. The MPL system is comprised of the downhole data acquisition system.5 1.

9°F (0.9 (582) 51.5 (470) 23.43 (1306) 24 (610) 2 to 9 in.01% FS Response time <0. 0.6 (4.2 lb/ft and 10 3/4 in.004 g 0. 12 capacitance sensors in 360° with RB information 0 to 100% gas holdup within 2.0% for Yw < 40% ± 0.9 to 9.5 sec Others Acquisition time: 1 sec typical Sensitivity: 1 counts/API See details under flow imager.6) 8. 51 lb/ft) Gas Holdup Tool 1% ± 3% Cased-Hole Wireline Services 4-25 .2 (665) 22. (mm) 18.5 (6.5) 9.3 (7.005°C 0.1 (586) 37.6) 10 (4.5) 9.006°F (0.02% FS 0. pipe (3 1/2 in. 9.000 psi 50 to 350°F (10 to 177°C) +2 g to -1 g Yw 0 to 100% best Yw<40% 0 to 1.25 g/cc 0 to 1.3) Max well angle 70° 12 miniature capacitance sensor 1 sec typical Range of Measurement Resolution Accuracy Weight lb (kg) 12.8) 8 (3.001 g/cc 0. 0 to 15.003°C) 0. Suitable for offshore locations where there are limitations in space.1% external limitation 0. 0.9 in. weight-lifting capacity.9 (1318) 51.03 g/cc ± 0. an AFE analyzed hardcopy log MPL™ Memory Production Logging Tools Specifications Summary PL Tool Category Tool Type Casing Collar Locator Correlation Production Gamma Ray Dual Caliper Flow Condition / Well Diagnostic Quartz Pressure Gauge Fast Response Platinum Resistance Thermometer Inclinometer Accelerometer Enhanced Capacitance Water Holdup Tool Radioactive Fluid Density Tool Fluid Identification Differential Pressure Fluid Density Tool Capacitance Array Tool Tool Length in. <165°C.25) 14.5) Linearity <0.5 g/cc Sensitivity Threshold 20 keV approx. <177°C 0. and height restrictions • Utilization of slickline simplifies the pressure control equipment • Very high memory enabling combination of production logging tools with casing or cement evaluation tools like MIT/MTT or CBL/RCBL tools Associated Answer Products • Raw data hard copy log • Production log analysis.03 g/cc 17.3 in.5 (953) 19.01 g ±1.01 (483) 12.008 psi and <0.1 (5.01 g/cc 0. 0.5°C) 0.8 (4) 10 (4. 0. <150°C.1 in.2 in.5 (318) 10.015 in.4 (4.7 (272) 26.Features • Highly portable and easily deployed and can also be deployed on electric line if slickline is not available • Utilizes the same conventional sensors as the standard electric line toolstring providing data of the same accuracy and resolution • Can be deployed with coiled tubing in highly deviated or horizontal wells.

18. For higher pressure or higher temperature tools contact your local Halliburton representative. with solid shaft tool can work up to 1.33.000 ft/min 10 pulses/rev Continuous Spinner Flowmeter (Jeweled) 9 (229) Max fluid velocity 3. 100 BPD in 7-in. casing 1.8 (580) 10 pulses/rev Spinner Array Tool Quartz Pressure CCL Combination Tool 3/8-in. Maximum approx.54 m/s).5 (1. casing. casing. 4-26 Cased-Hole Wireline Services .54 m/s). 2 1/8.9 (886) 500 ft/min (2. (90 to 244 mm) Approx 15 (6.5) Others Spinner shroud OD 1 11/16. Spinner shroud OD 1 11/16. casing) 3 1/2 to 7-in.200 ft/min Minimum 6-8 m3 per day. (711 mm) and weight around 10 lb. Also have different centralization force as per operational requirement. All tools have maximum pressure rating of 15. Different sizes available. Approx Length . are also available. (845 mm) and weight around 12 lb.8 (4.11 in.6) mechanical section only 3. (280 mm) and weight 4 lb. (mm) 21 (533) Range of Measurement Max fluid velocity 3. (114 to 244 mm) 3 1/2 to 9 5/8 in.MPL™ Memory Production Logging Tools Specifications Summary PL Tool Category Tool Type Inline Spinner Flowmeter Continuous Spinner Flowmeter (Bearing) Tool Length in. Approx Length .6) mechanical section only 10 (4. 7 (178) Ball type knuckle for deployment in deviated well 3.5 (1. casing Threshold approx 8 ft/min in water 12 ft/min in water Accuracy 10 pulses/rev Weight lb (kg) 10. 100 BPD in 7-in.28 in. 2 1/8. Different compact spring bows are available with 3 to 6 springs. 28. Tools with OD of 1 3/8 in. casing 10 pulses/rev 10 (4.8) 8.250 BPD in 7-in. Head Tension Unit Roller Centralizer Deployment Tools Spring Centralizer Swivel Knuckle Joints -400 kg (compr.5 (470) w/o flow mech section 22.25 in.5) Diverter Flowmeter 70.8) 3. 3. Available for different casing size 4 1/2 to 9 5/8 in.450 ft/min Resolution Threshold approx 8 ft/min in water Threshold approx 5 ft/min in water Threshold approx 5 ft/min in water 1.200 ft/min 10 pulses/rev Caged Full Bore Flowmeter 6 Arm 34. with solid shaft tool can work up to 1.450 ft/min 10 pulses/rev Flowmeter Caged Full Bore Flowmeter 3 Arm 34.5) w/o flow mech section 10 (4.01 (483) Approx.5) Repeatability ±2% FS 6 miniature spinner equispaced around circumference Max fluid velocity 2. 28. This is a monoconductor swivel joint which allows free rotation between the upper and lower heads while maintaining electrical continuity through the tool.01m/s).4 (2. 3 1/8 in. 2 1/8. Flowmeter mechanical section can be any type of continuous or full bore flowmeter.9 (886) 500 ft/min (2. Also have different centralization force as per operational requirement.000 psi and maximum temperature rating of 350°F or 177°C.7 ft/min approx (0. (114 to 244 mm) Available for different casing size 4 1/2 to 9 5/8 in. Tools specified have nominal OD of 1 1//16 in. 2.6) 1. 3 1/8 in. Approx Length . Telemetry is very high speed capable of running 62 tools in combination (virtually no limit on tool combination for telemetry).7 ft/min approx (0. spinner 3 pulses/rev Same as quartz pressure gauge and CCL individual tools Capacitance / Temperature / Flow Same as capacitance / temperature flow individual tool.5 (1.7 (1796) 46 (1168) 19. 3 1/8 in.250 BPD in 7-in.) to +1000 kg Hysteresis 5% FS Temperature Drift 5% FS Different roller centralizers are available with 3 or 4 arms with single or double rollers in each arm.01m/s).6 (4. Spinner shroud OD 1 11/16. 400 m3/d (6 psi drop ~120 lb uplift in 5 1/2-in.0) Approx 5.

65 (42) Maximum Pressure psi (Mpa) 15. Applications • Measuring shut-in and flowing pressures at prescribed depth levels • Diagnosing well problems Features • Detects minimum pressure changes and temperature variations • Conveyance flexibility with the following methods: slickline.9 (0.6 (4. Thermal compensation of the sensor and measurement of its temperature allows the calculation of very accurate. (mm) 1.0 (0.4) 15. coiled tubing.000 (103.5 (2. highresolution downhole pressures. Pass 1 and 2 indicate that this well has not been stabilized after shut-in.59) Diameter in.Quartz Pressure Tool For high-precision downhole pressure measurement.35) Cased-Hole Wireline Services 4-27 . and drillpipe • Resistance to corrosion Associated Answer Products • Plots that are available at the wellsite include flowing pressure surveys. Fluid pressure applied to the quartz tension member changes the resonant frequency of the quartz crystal.3) 1. the pressures have a common gradient as shown in Pass 4. Track 1 shows the gamma ray (GR1) and four collar locator logs (CCL1-4) showing depth correlation.7) 350 (176. Track 2 provides four quartz pressure readings from continuous passes in this horizontal well.65 (42) 1.000 (103. log-log pressure buildup. wireline. an industry standard quartz crystal pressure sensor.95) 9. Normally in a stabilized well. Track 4 includes some of the results from the CAT™ tool that can be used to determine fluid holdups. and derivative pressure plots • Advanced pressure transient analysis can also be done utilizing Sapphire software HAL9250 This log example shows how the quartz pressure tool can help determine flowing conditions.7) Weight lb (kg) 6. Track 3 has the four temperature passes with both fluid entry (higher temperatures) and gas entry (lower temperatures) in Pass 1. The tool provides both pressure and gauge temperature outputs.4) Maximum Temperature °F (°C) 350 (176. Halliburton offers a quartz gauge tool that employs quartzdyne transducers. Quartz Pressure Tool Specifications Section Memory SRO Length ft (m) 1. static pressure gradient surveys.

All data collected is used to generate 3D images of the casing or tubing.5 (1.00 (103.1) 5.4) 15.4) 15. slickline.9) 4.000 Maximum Temperature °F (°C) 150 Weight lb (kg) 20 (42.6) 150 (9.33 (101.00 (103. This 3D image shows general deep corrosion with light deposits in the body possibly caused from cable movement.9) 2.4) 93 80 (1. (mm) 1. splits.75 (1. The MAC™ tool is available for most casing and tubing sizes.2) 4-28 Cased-Hole Wireline Services .7) 5.6) 8.1) 100 60 (1. or coiled tubing • Can obtain data in horizontal wells • Can be combined with production logging or cement bond tool • Accurately identifies casing damage such as holes.4) (65. or cracks and their depth in the wellbore • Can be used for scale evaluation • Provides a method for mapping perforations Associated Answer Products • MITview (multifinger imaging tool presentation package) • MITpro (multifinger imaging tool software) HAL10364 HAL10363 This 3D view shows an enlarged OD caused by perforating the well.6) 150 (45.Casing and Tubing Evaluation MAC™ Multi-Arm Caliper Tool Halliburton offers a wide variety of multi-arm calipers that provide high-resolution details about the condition of the casing or tubing.8) 3.6) (42.1) 62 40 (69.6) 150 (28.000 (65.000 (65. Applications • Detail the condition of casing or tubing with accurate internal radius measurements • 3D images of casing or tubing Features • Comes in several sizes to work in a wide range of casing • Can be deployed on wireline. including accurate measurements of its internal radius.69 Maximum Pressure psi (Mpa) 15. The tool can operate 24 to 80 arms and is deployed on wireline.75 (103. slickline.000 (65. or coiled tubing.0) (203.2) (103.4) 15.75 Diameter in. MAC™ Multi-Arm Caliper Specifications Number of Arms 24 Length ft (m) 3.

A cross-sectional of the pipe wall is presented in Track 3. It must be the bottom tool in any combination. minimum. Track 2 shows a cross-sectional presentation of the pipe shape. Simultaneously the CAST-V tool determines the type of material in the annular space between the casing and borehole wall. and maximum value of the pipe thickness that is the image plotted in last Track 7. These images can be used to identify fractures in the formation or slight internal defects in casing. and maximum value of the pipe radius that is shown in Track 5. and gamma ray in Track 1. The competitor’s standard service does not include a navigation package—they additionally charge for running the service. On the image logs red shows pipe thinning while blue indicates pipe thickening. It is fully combinable with all DITS tools. Track 4 provides the average. A directional sub is provided to orient images to either the high side of the hole or to north. eccentricity. CAST-V tool differs from other ultrasonic type tools in the cased-hole mode by several different ways. consists of 200 points horizontally by 40 samples per foot vertically while the cased-hole mode measures 100 points by 4 samples/ft. histograms. hole deviation. The CAST-V tool in the cased-hole mode also determines the casing thickness for pipe inspection. Applications • Simultaneous ultrasonic pipe inspection and cement evaluation • 2D and 3D borehole imaging • Process images. The complete navigation package is standard with service. The tool’s interchangeable head rotates a full 360° and contains a highfrequency acoustic transducer to provide a full 360° profile of the borehole or cement. and curve-type data The casing-evaluation presentation includes casing ovality. A second acoustic transducer is mounted in the tool housing and is used to measure characteristics of the borehole fluid. The image mode. In this instance. especially the M305 FWS™ tool for the CBL portion. The CAST-V tool must be run centralized in fluid filled boreholes. Track 6 provides the average. Cased-Hole Wireline Services HAL9227 4-29 . Its operation is limited by factors such as high mud density and dissolved gases that increase the attenuation of the tool’s acoustic pulses as they travel through the borehole fluid. run primarily in open hole. All measurements are made real-time with no mode selection to determine what is or what is not being processed. The CAST-V tool is designed to operate in conjunction with other DITS™ tools. The competition down logs FTT and then plugs the results into the uplog. the eccentricity is composed of both tool and casing eccentricity due to formation movement. minimum.CAST-V™ Circumferential Acoustic Scanning Tool-Visualization The CAST-V™ tool is an ultrasonic tool that provides highresolution images in both open and cased holes. The system provides high-resolution images indicating texture changes in the borehole wall or on the interior portion of the casing. It has 100 shots per depth frame versus 72 (maximum) and includes a realtime fluid travel time (FTT) measurement.

CAST-V™ Circumferential Acoustic Scanning Tool-Visualization Specifications Length ft (m) 17. which represents the low side of the hole.Features • Allows 100 shots per depth frame measurement. Track 3 provides the typical CBL waveform showing both pipe to cement bond along with cement to formation bond. casing OD.5) Diameter in. providing complete circumferential coverage in casedhole cement evaluation and pipe inspection • Near real-time evaluation of complex and lightweight cements is accomplished through ACE™ processing • Combinable with all DITS™ tools. The center of the track is scaled at 180°.000 (137. The image in Track 5 is the Z map from 0 to 360° (left to right) with 0° representing the high side of the hole.7) Weight lb (kg) 316 (143. Likewise a CBI is a bond index from the same image and provides a quick indication of the percent of bond. (mm) 3. This can reduce rigtime when run with the M305 FWS™ tool for the cement bond log • Simultaneous cement evaluation and casing inspection capability • Real-time fluid cell measures both borehole fluid transit time and fluid impedance for measured data correction • Real-time casing thickness.2) Maximum Pressure psi (Mpa) 20.3) 4-30 Cased-Hole Wireline Services .63 (92. See page 33 for more information on Cement Evaluation tools.9) Maximum Temperature °F (°C) 350 (176. and ID Associated Answer Products • ACE™ processing for cement evaluation • CASE™ evaluation for casing inspection HAL9230 The CAST-V™ tool is also useful in cement evaluation. Track 4 provides information regarding the average impedance of the ZP image in Track 5.9 (5. The cement-evaluation presentation includes casing ovality and tool eccentricity in Track 1 along with the gamma ray. Conventional CBL amplitude and amplified amplitude data is presented in Track 2. Data from the CAST-V™ scanner is displayed in Tracks 4 and 5.

Other features that open a wide range of new possibilities for looking at details further away from the casing / cement interface are the user-configurable waveform length and sampling interval. fully optimized for speed. through the Halliburton proprietary ACE™ processing. the FASTCAST tool can provide 100% coverage of casings up to 20-in. based on the customer’s requirements and on the characteristics of the borehole. The factors that influence the logging speed are: • Horizontal coverage • Borehole size – smaller holes are logged faster because they require less shots / scan for the same amount of horizontal coverage • Vertical resolutions – lower resolution implying higher speed In open hole. With a resolution improved by at the most a factor of 12 in pipe inspection mode. Images can be oriented to either tool body or the high side of the hole in any operating mode. The optimum coverage being identified. Similarly. The FASTCAST tool in cement evaluation mode is used primarily to determine cement bonding and image channels in cement directly behind casing. This increased logging speed results in a significant reduction in operating cost to the operator through minimized unproductive rig time. The FASTCAST tool in pipe inspection mode is optimized to provide the hole coverage suited to the application. the FASTCAST tool provides complete borehole imaging for accurate. The vertical resolution can be the traditional 3 in. Cased-Hole Wireline Services HAL17810 4-31 . The FASTCAST tool data acquisition system is versatile and programmable at the wellsite. yet providing the same quality product as the CAST-V tool for all cement types. in diameter. The FASTCAST tool provides true measured full coverage unavailable by most other acoustic.1 in. or mechanical devices. electric.The FASTCAST™ Fast Circumferential Acoustic Scanning Tool The FASTCAST™ tool provides the same industry leading measurements and products for cement evaluation or pipe inspection as the CAST-V™ tool but at speeds up to five times faster. the job planner allows the engineer to acquire the data at the maximum logging speed suited for the application. When combined with a CBL tool. In cased-hole. the number of waveforms per scan can be adjusted to provide full horizontal coverage down to the beam footprint of 0.25 in. ultrasonic pipe inspection and cement evaluation can be obtained simultaneously. formation evaluation. precise. but can be refined down to 0. the cement evaluation log can be acquired at 60 ft/min or twice as fast as previous generation tools. but it can also be used to measure casing characteristics such as thickness and internal and external diameters. including foam.

375 18.500 6. 100 shots / scan.000 7.000 9.25 (108) Max Hole ID* in.625 13.625 Casing Weight lb / ft 17 20 29 43 68 106 Standalone.46) Weight lb (kg) 316 (143) Min Hole ID in. 4 spf 32 32 30 24 15 9 The FASTCAST™ Tool Logging Speed (ft/min) Casing OD in. 5. (mm) 3.00 (559) Vertical sampling in. Full Horizontal Coverage (4 spf) 123 123 103 82 55 45 With CBL and Full Horizontal Coverage (4 spf) 60 60 60 60 43 45 Standalone.625 (92) Length in. (mm) 22.The FASTCAST™ Tool Specifications Casing Data CAST-V™ With or Without CBL.000 (137 900) Tool OD in. (m) 215 (5.1 to 3.0 60 typical *With interchangeable transducer head 4-32 Cased-Hole Wireline Services . (mm) 4. Full Horizontal and Vertical Coverage (12 spf) 41 41 34 27 18 15 Temperature °F (°C) 350 (175) Pressure psi (kPa) 20. Logging speed ft/min 0.

and below Y26 it is well bonded. In other than fast formations or free pipe. Straight lines in the CBL waveform along with high amplitude readings indicate poor cement to casing bond. Cement bond logging tools come in a number of different tool diameters. are used to identify the acoustic coupling of the cement to both the casing and formation. The transit time measurement of the acoustic signal at the 3-ft receiver is used for two purposes: verification of the centralization of the CBL in free. an apparent top of cement around X80. the transit time measurement is undefined. and to identify fast formations in acoustically bonded intervals. Track 2 consists of the amplitude curve and amplified amplitude which indicates cement to casing bond. Applications • Measuring the attenuation of the acoustic energy in the casing-to-cement interface • Evaluating the cement-to-formation coupling by the correlation of the waveform data to other petrophysical measurements • Indicating channels or intervals with only a partial bond • Locating free pipe and top of cement • Evaluating the mud displacement processes HAL9231 This log example illustrates nearly free pipe. such as gamma ray. and temperature ratings. Cement bond log tools are used to evaluate the effectiveness of cementing operations. pressure. Small diameter CBL tools are available for both through-tubing logging operations and small diameter casing completions.Cement Evaluation Cement Bond Log (CBL) Cement bond tools (CBT) are sonic logging tools that have one omni-directional transmitter and two omni-directional receivers. ACE™ advanced waveform processing methods can be used for concentric casing string evaluation. porosity. Correlation of the waveform data with other petrophysical measurements. Track 3 consists of the CBL waveform which indicates both casing to cement bond along with cement to formation bond. Track 1 consists of the gamma ray for correlation and travel time which is used for quality control. or resistivity data. Cased-Hole Wireline Services 4-33 . non-bonded casing.

22-in.000 (172.7) 500* (260.9) 25.75 (69.0) Weight lb (kg) 365 (165.4 (6.4) Maximum Temperature °F (°C) 350 (176.63 (92.2) Diameter in.9) Maximum Pressure psi (Mpa) 20.Features • Runs in combination with a gamma ray and a collar locator for depth correlation purposes • Optional neutron correlation logs can be used in formations where there is minimal gamma ray contrast • Digital telemetry versions are combinable with the CAST-V™ tool for simultaneous ultrasonic cement and casing evaluation • CBL tools are available that can be run on all types of wireline from large diameter 0.2 (9. (mm) 3.2) 4-34 Cased-Hole Wireline Services .9375-in. casing • Accurate correlation to open-hole measurements • Digital recording of the waveform data for real-time data transmission and advanced interpretational methods Cement Bond Log (CBL) Specifications Sonde FWST-A™ Full Wave Sonic Tool HFWS-A™ Hostile Full Wave Sonic Tool *6 hour Length ft (m) 20.000 (137.2) 30.6) 340 (154.2) 2. sour gas service monoconductor cables • Cement sheath evaluation in a wide range of casing sizes from small diameter tubing to over 20-in. slammer heptacables to 0.

nonbonded casing. and to identify fast formations in acoustically bonded intervals. Cased-Hole Wireline Services 4-35 . such as gamma ray. the radial cement bond log (RCBL) tool has eight radial receivers and the RCBS tool has six.Radial Cement Bond Tools Cement bond tools (CBT) are sonic logging tools that have one omni-directional transmitter and two omni-directional receivers. In addition. porosity. the transit time measurement is undefined. In other than fast formations or free pipe. or resistivity data is used to identify the acoustic coupling of the cement to both the casing and formation. Radial cement bond tools are used to evaluate the effectiveness of cementing operations. Applications • Indicating channels or intervals using radial receivers • Measuring the attenuation of the acoustic energy in the casing to cement interface • Evaluating the cement to formation coupling by the correlation of the waveform data to other petrophysical measurements • Evaluating the mud displacement processes HAL9232 • Locating free pipe and top of cement Results from a specially designed test well for the RCBL and RCBS tools. ACE™ advanced waveform processing methods can be used for concentric casing string evaluation. Correlation of the waveform data with other petrophysical measurements. The transit time measurement of the acoustic signal at the 3-ft receiver is used for two purposes—to verify the centralization of the radial cement bond tool in free.

38) 106.000 (206.57) 13.12 (4) 8. (cm) 1.94) 3.83 (4.79) Maximum Casing in.9375-in.875 (7.53) 3.72 (5.5 (19) 7 (17.68) 13.6 (6.2) With Centralizers ft (m) 21.29) 2.5) 151.125 (7.15 (4) 20.75 (9.75 (6.125 (7.69 (4.Features • It runs in combination with a gamma ray and a collar locator for depth correlation purposes • Optional neutron correlation logs or DSN™ dual-spaced neutron tool logs can be used in formations where there is minimal gamma ray contrast • DSN tool can be run for formation evaluation • It can be run on all types of wireline from large diameter 0.23) 13.53) Borehole Fluids Salt X X X X X Fresh X X X X X Oil X X X X X Air *Supplies are limited.75 (2.175 (4.68) 375 (190) 400 (204. (cm) 2 (5. casing.23) OD in.29) 1.75 (9.9) 20.4) 13.9) 30. Please contact your local Halliburton representative for more information.000 (137.68) 450 (232) 350 (176.000 (137.38-in.38 (33.31) 215 (97.9) 20.78) 9.16) 3.1) 2.94) Maximum Pressure psi (Mpa) 20.45) 13.43 (6.9) 20.4) Weight lb (kg) 75 (34) 78 (35.4 (34) Minimum Casing in.65 (68.000 (137.98) 3. including channel identification • Accurate correlation to open-hole measurements • Digital recording of the waveform data for real-time data transmission and advanced interpretational methods Radial Cement Bond Tool Specifications Sonde RCBS RCBS-P1 RCBS-P2 RCBL HTHP* Length ft (m) 15 (4. 4-36 Cased-Hole Wireline Services .22-in. (cm) 7. slammer hepta-cables to 0.000 (137.625 (24.69 (4.98) 13.8X) Maximum Temperature °F (°C) 350 (176.58) 17.5 (48. sour gas service monoconductor cables • Cement sheath evaluation in a wide range of tubing or casing sizes from small diameter tubing to 13.3) 4 (10.

To properly evaluate the cement to casing bond. Through this process. This process actually will use two different methods to determine zonal isolation—the original tool data and the activity level of the data. segmented bond logs. Reducing the amount of unnecessary remedial cement operations will allow the customer to reduce operational expenses and contribute to the bottom line. or foam • Helps improve cement interpretation for multiple casing strings • Delivers answers in minutes on location. micro-annulus. including foam. ACE analysis has been proven effective on cementing jobs in all parts of the world and on every type of cement now in use. The ACE process uses the sonic waveforms to highlight the differences between bonded. sonic logs. This can lead to the ordering of expensive and completely unnecessary remedial cementing. even when both have the same raw value. In addition. However. experience and experiments have shown that it provides a superior method for interpreting any type of cement. latex. The ACE process is a new way of interpreting the cement evaluation tool data that is already being recorded during the logging runs. CAST-V tools). the FASTCAST™ and CAST-V™ ultrasonic tools along with the ACE process provide the best solution. accurate information concerning cement bond for all standard logging tools and procedures for any type of cement mixtures. These extraordinary results are the product of a new technique based on a statistical-variation process to distinguish cement from fluid. lightweight. Above all it gives clear answers to the most urgent questions: How good is my zonal isolation? Do I need a squeeze job? The ACE process yields its greatest benefit when evaluating both the cement to pipe bond and the cement to formation bond. Features • Uses every cement evaluation tool to provide detailed information about cement bond • Works with existing logging procedures • Enhances current logs to achieve a better understanding of zonal isolation • Delivers a reliable cement bond index • Works for any cement—conventional. it also provides detailed information using standard CBL logs. Traditional cement sheath interpretation. new bond-index curves and special log presentations have been developed to make interpretation quick and unambiguous. and/or stationary ultrasonic logs (PET tool). and other complex slurries. The ACE process works on every cement evaluation tool that Halliburton offers as well as effectively evaluating data from other service companies. dipole sonics. or complex cements affect the traditional methods of determining zonal isolation. which may create the misleading impression that the cement bond is inadequate.ACE™ Advanced Cement Evaluation Process The ACE™ advanced cement evaluation process helps provide quick. using the standard cement bond log (CBL) or any other cement evaluation tool has severe limitations when used to evaluate complex cements. the activity level is determined and will allow easy differentiation between solids and fluids. The ACE process can help determine the presence of cement between two casing strings. both segmented and radial bond tools can be evaluated with the ACE process and still provide excellent information regarding the cement to pipe bond. Although the ACE process was originally developed for lightweight cements. and the newer generation of radial bond logs (RBT). Not only does this method work on data from both the rotating (FASTCAST. which was extremely difficult to quantify with previous logs and/or interpretation procedures. complex. using your log or data tape • Helps provide accurate and dependable cement bond interpretation regardless of the service company • Saves time and money by helping eliminate countless unnecessary squeeze jobs and associated expenses • Reduces the customer’s operational expenses and contributes to the bottom line by helping to eliminate unnecessary remedial cement operations Cased-Hole Wireline Services 4-37 . and free pipe. partially bonded. foamed. The CBL and other sonic tools are used to determine the cement to formation bond along with the cement to casing bond. It saves time and money by eliminating countless unnecessary squeeze jobs and associated expenses. Lightweight.

which indicates the impedance of the material behind pipe. High activity indicates solids. Tracks 8 to 16 provide 5 segmented curves from the impedance image broken into 9 segments around the wellbore. In the zone F notice how the curves have both low impedance and low activity compared to the data immediately above it in zone C. The ultrasonic impedance map (ZP) is presented in Track 5. quality control (ECTY). fluids. amplified amplitude (AAMP). Track 4 is the total CBL waveform (WMSGT) which is the ACE™ processing which highlights the collar response. as well as the computed cement bond index (FCEMBI). Track 3 contains a standard CBL waveform display (WMSG). and the average impedance (ZAVG) which provides a quick interpretation of the cement placement. Fluids are designated as blue. Track 7 (CEMT) shows the result of both the impedance and variance in determination of solids vs. and low activity indicates fluid. while cement is indicated by the brown color. 4-38 Cased-Hole Wireline Services .Track 1 presents correlation data (GR). Track 2 presents the amplitude (AMP). Track 6 (DZ) is the variance of the impedance map which highlights the differences between solids (cement) and liquids. filtered cement bond index (FCBI).

OD. Applications • Re-establishing circulation during drilling operations by chemically punching drill collars or heavy weight pipe • Removing metal restrictions blocking the well in open or cased holes with downward chemical junk shot • Cutting drillpipe after freepoint and backoff operations when sensitive washover and fishing operations are anticipated • Cutting large pipe (7-in. Additionally. heat treated steel that will not rupture even if tool is accidentally fired at the surface • Unique safety sleeve that virtually eliminates possibility of exposing the cutting head to operators and equipment • Guiding rope system that helps ensure personnel are always at a safe distance from the tool when it is being placed into or removed from the well • Safety features based on worst-case scenarios and tested under actual conditions to help provide quick responses to any situation Cased-Hole Wireline Services 4-39 . They can be used to cut pipe and casing during plug and abandonment operations. OD • Unique holddown system to centralize the tool for even cuts without damaging pipe • Deployment via electric wireline. Chemical cutters provide a clean pipe cut. coiled tubing.5-in. or larger OD) utilizing a special wagon wheel configuration • Using chemical cutter/tubing hanger combination in high pressure situations when normal operations may cause pipe to drop after being cut • Cutting standard-diameter pipe through normal restrictions • Shooting large holes in tubulars for gravel pack production Chemical cutters require the following inputs or samples to perform properly: • Well sketch • Type of pipe to be cut (ID. sever duplex22 nickel/chromium tubing or other high-grade tubulars for salvage or reuse. or slickline • Can pass through normal restrictions and still make a clean cut on standard size tubulars below the restriction • Performs under a wide range of temperatures. rigid tubing.Mechanical Services Pipe Recovery Chemical Cutter Chemical cutters eject a circular stream of bromine trifluoride (BrF3) to dissolve pipe with a clean cut that leaves no debris and does not require milling prior to pipe retrieval. and depths • Produces no debris or drillpipe deformation which might require milling • Does not damage adjacent string during cutting • Severs pipe flare-free for retrieval through a packer or other restriction • Does not change ID or OD of the cut • Capable of cutting high-grade tubulars • Specially designed slip assembly maintains mechanical tool stability and helps ensure that pieces of metal are not ejected from the tool in case of accidental firing • Manufacture from high-grade. any plastic coatings) • Any other restrictions or problems • Temperature and pressure at cutting depth • Type of fluid in the well. chemical cutters can be used to release specially designed permanent packers such as Halliburton’s AHR™ cut-to-release packer.75-in. Built-in flexibility allows the tool to be adapted for many special cutting applications where other cutting methods may be ineffective or undesirable. Chemical cutters can also shorten operating time and reduce rig costs by eliminating the flare associated with explosive cutters and the related need to dress flares with a mill run before fishing operations can start. including any solvents or paraffins in the well • Any other ID restrictions above the depth to be cut Features • Standard cutting head sizes from 0. to 5. metal composition. pressures. and replace or retrieve old or deteriorating pipe in environmentally sensitive areas.

688 1.374 .063 .500 1.840 .660 1.0.256 .2.201 . 0.239 1.410 Weight lb/ft 1.3.188 .020 2.200 2.42 1.33 1.032 .15 1.239 1.Caution: Prior to every chemical cutter job.800 3. Halliburton strongly recommends checking for restrictions in the well by performing a gauge run and string shot.469 .1.050 .2.278 1.638 .215 .081 .51 1.05 1.866 0.35 1.169 .619 .282 .04 2.136 1.11 1.910 .532 1.116 1.282 1.328 0.5.1.944 3.55 2.918 .1.7.0.793 6.709 2.810 0. (PRS). Selection Guide for Coiled Tubing Chemical Cutter Tool Specifications Tool Size in.037 0.896 2.826 .250 1.100 .157 2.1.619 2.148 Selection Guide for CS Hydril Tubing 1.660 OD Tool Specifications in.1. Tool Size (Anchor And Sev Head) *11/16 *3/4 *13/16 *1 1/16 *1 3/16 * Denotes wedge type anchor Max.334 1.2.150 Weight lb/ft 0. Extension of Wedges/Slips 0.0. Extension of Wedges/Slips in.025 2.2. 0.92 1.848 1.938 .3.60 3.05 1.35 OD in.3.1.80 2.1.660 Tubing Specifications ID in.35 1.563 3.957 1.315 1. (Anchor And Sev Head) *11/16 *3/4 *13/16 *7/8 *15/16 *1 *1 1/16 *1 1/8 *1 3/16 *1 1/4 1 3/8 1 1/2 1 11/16 1 7/8 2 1/8 2 5/8 * Denotes wedge type anchor Max.20 2.941 1.380 .049 1.51 OD in.1.92 1.188 .400 4-40 Cased-Hole Wireline Services .1.081 .2.969 .076 1.1.4.400 .100 .530 .1.2.2.2.1.782 .709 4.671 4.09 1.732 .09 1.782 1.1.0.61 1.1.094 .072 .076 1.05 1.1.1.619 . 1.594 .688 .282 1.112 . 1 1 1 1/4 1 1/4 1 1/4 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 3/4 1-3/4 2 2 2 3/8 2 3/8 2 7/8 3 1/2 Coiled Tubing Specifications ID in.824 0.823 1. 0.315 1. Halliburton’s chemical cutter supplier is Pipe Recovery Systems Inc.4.

50 6.50 15.751 Weight lb/ft 2.441 2.323 .548 .10 3.28 4.30 6.10.059 .00 .16.50 6.80 4.00 .50 .939 .3.059 .10.00 15.90 2 1/16 Tubing Specifications ID in.70 9.5.33.04 2 3/8 2.70 9.85 3.26.995 1.602 .00 .64 3.703 .670 .70 OD in.441 2.560 4.70 .25 3.14 6.853 .068 2.2.480 .60 .548 3.4.13.778 4.19.4.697 .276 .70 4.15.670 .2.995 2.992 2.00 20.20 2.602 .50 .640 .4.7.70 .68 4.50 .80 2.2.10 3.240 .50 9.65 3.000 3.26.70 9.7.R.R.50 . 1.16 4.30 .4. 2 1/8 E.70 .40 Cased-Hole Wireline Services 4-41 .00 13.70 .992 2.125 4.340 .00 .3.10 2.30 .15.58 2.476 3.500 .992 2.1.70 9. 1.195 .4.50 .2.60 .2.6.214 6.50 2.004 .20 4.765 .2.35 3.00 .40 .50 20.23.15 3.50 7.50 7.60 2.1.3.441 2.2.21.00 .30 11.920 .480 .00 11.16.30 .00 28.1.50 7.20. Extension of Wedges/Slips in.70 6.10.16.068 3.70 .3.25 .3.922 . 2 3/16 2 1/4 2 3/8 *2 5/8 *2 7/8 *3 1/8 *3 1/4 *3 3/8 *3 1/2 *3 5/8 *3 7/8 *4 *4 3/16 *4 7/16 *4 9/16 5 1/2 5 3/4 6 3/8 * 6-slip anchor only Max.70 6.15.090 4.70 9.3.958 3.950 4.17. 1 3/8 1 1/2 1 9/16 1 11/16 1 3/4 1 7/8 2 2 1/8 2 E.2.95 .154 .5.00 .4.750 2.6.37 2 3/8 2 3/8 2 7/8 2 7/8 2 7/8 2 7/8 3 1/2 3 1/2 3 1/2 3 1/2 3 1/2 3 1/2 4 4 4 1/2 4 1/2 4 1/2 4 1/2 5 5 5 1/2 5 1/2 5 1/2 7 7 7 5/8 1.50 .17.00 20.9.650 1.40 4.456 6.1.00 12.00 11.090 3.892 .826 .Selection Guide — Tubing for D/A Chemical Cutter Tool Specifications Tool Size (Anchor And Sev Head) in.14 5.50 .441 2. 1.6.1.044 6.92 4.92 5.480 .14.15.276 .50 .408 4.04 4.3.4.50 .7.55 2.35.90 12.995 1.

Features • High strength ceramic cap provides 20.129.Tubing Cutters Jet Research Center’s tubing cutters are designed to cleanly sever a wide range of tubing quickly and efficiently. Tubing cutters can be used with JRC’s proprietary RED® rig environment detonator. offering a high level of protection against stray voltage or inadvertent RFinitiation. These proven design cutters are the world’s most widely used and have a performance record that is unsurpassed.000 psi pressure rating • Breakup characteristic of the ceramic design leaves minimal debris in the well • Cutter design features minimum flare characteristic for ease of recovery • Extensive cutter range offers selection based on well conditions • Cutters available for high strength and chrome material • Special designs available to match unique well conditions • Detonator options available to satisfy all applications HAL11763 Tubing Cutters 4-42 Cased-Hole Wireline Services .322). JRC tubing cutters offer high reliability in field applications with a minimum amount of set-up or configuration based on well parameters. The tubing cutter range includes industry-leading ceramic cap designs for minimum debris to economic cast iron versions for costeffective solutions. JRC tubing cutters and method of assembly are patented technology (US Patent 5.

70-in.254 0.449 0. Tubing Cutter 1 11/16-in.70 .8.5.190 0.50 2 7/8 101290405 2.70 .563 1.4S UN0441 1.031 2.254 0.000/400 22.254 0.10.25 4.5 Ceramic Ceramic P105 P105 9.000/400 20.1D UN0059 1.500/400 15.000/400 4 8.50 2 7/8 101290402 2.30 .4 Cast Iron P105 0.4S UN0441 1. Tubing Cutter 2 1/4-in.217 6.500/400 8.70 .254 0.250 12.217 6.Tubing Cutters Recommended Target Tubing Tubing OD in.216 0.95 2 1/16 2 3/8 1 9/16-in. Tubing Cutter 1 11/16-in.289 9.15.254 0.500/400 22.5 Ceramic Ceramic P105 P105 4. Tubing Cutter 2 1/8-in.5 8.50 .3 .125 12. Tubing Cutter 2.5 Cast Iron P105 4.276 7.50 2 7/8 100000430 2.000/400 20.30 .217 (Incl Coupl.30 9.289 0.10. Description Part No.000/400 8.000/400 46 Ceramic Chrome 9.4S UN0441 1. Tubing Cutter (Cast Iron) 1 23/32-in.000/400 33 Ceramic Chrome 0. Hastelloy Tubing Cutter 2 1/4-in.190 0. Tubing Cutter (Cast Iron) 2 1/2-in.688 12.4S UN0441 1. Cutter OD in. Tubing Cutter 2 1/8-in.5 22.5.5 Ceramic Ceramic 2 3/8 101288527 1.70-in.30 Cased-Hole Wireline Services 4-43 .4S UN0441 1.500/400 13 Cast Iron P105 0. Tubing Cutter (Cast Iron) 2 1/32-in. Tubing Cutter (Cast Iron) 2 19/32-in.4S UN0441 1.4S UN0441 1.190 0.90 2 7/8 100000356 2.70 6.4S UN0441 1.700 20.50 3 1/2 101290406 2.70 . Hastelloy Tubing Cutter 100083086 100000352 1.4S UN0441 1.719 1.4S UN0441 1.217 6.308 0.95 2 7/8 2 7/8 100000354 100000355 2.1D UN0059 Grade P105 P105 Wall Th 0.125 20.4S UN0441 1.5 Cast Iron P105 0.4S UN0441 1.95 2 3/8 101290400 1. Tubing Cutter (Cast Iron) 2 1/8-in.500 12.50 3 1/2 3 1/2 100116367 100011034 2.4 Ceramic Ceramic P105 P105 6.5 Cast Iron P105 4.254 0.4 15. Tubing Cutter 2.688 15. Rating psi / °F Explosive weight g Housing Material Shipping Class 1.500/400 8.5.813 20.10. Tubing Cutter 1 13/16-in.594 2.000/400 13 Ceramic P105 0.5.4S UN0441 1.700 20.813 12.125 20.70 .254 0.5.190 0. Tubing Cutter 1 13/16-in.254 0.000/400 20.254 0.) lb/ft 3.4S UN0441 1.190 0.289 0.000/400 15.250 20.95 2 3/8 2 3/8 100000570 100000353 1.000/400 20.95 4.30 .30 3 1/2 100000431 2.

Super tubing cutters can be used with JRC’s proprietary RED® rig environment detonator. a specially designed cutting charge is used.Super Tubing Cutters Jet Research Center’s super tubing cutters are designed where well conditions prevent the use of a conventional tubing cutter based on unexpected or severe restrictions. some tubing deformation at the cut point is likely with this cutter. In this situation. Based on the design constraints.000 psi pressure rating • Reduced diameter easily passes wellbore restrictions • Detonator options available to satisfy all applications • Two cutter sizes for common tubing sizes • Special designs available to match unique well conditions HAL11763 Super Tubing Cutters 4-44 Cased-Hole Wireline Services . The cutter is based on a conventionally shaped charge assembly but has additional explosive in the form of a pelletized charge in the base of the cutter. Features • High strength steel cap provides 20. offering a high level of protection against stray voltage or inadvertent RF initiation. The cutter can easily pass through tight restrictions and still achieve severance. It is a smaller diameter than a conventional charge for the pipe to be cut.

Resistorized Firing Head.50 . Description Part No.8.Steel 101293227 101293230 Safety Accessories Shunt Plug Safety Tube 100010861 100010862 Notes: 1. Field assembly required due to shipping features. Always run effective centralization for optimum results.70 . Super Cutter 100005493 +100158162 100008057 +100158161 1.) lb/ft 4.4S UN0441 Grade N80 N80 Wall Th 0.95 6. Undersized cutters may not make a full cut. 2.000/400 20.000/400 40 40 Accessories Tubing Cutter Accessories Detonator .RED® Adapter for RED Detonator 100000432 100000434 100008258 101272595 101293676 HP Accessories Extension Mandrel .5.4S UN0441 1. CAUTION: Not recommended for casing sizes less than 7 in.70 2 3/8 2 7/8 1 9/16-in. 4.Steel Adapter for RED .217 0. 3. OD Extension Mandrel Detonator .190 0. Rating psi / °F Explosive weight g Housing Material (S-Steel) S S Recommended Target Tubing Shipping Class 1. 1 1/2-in. Cased-Hole Wireline Services 4-45 . Cutter OD in.563 1.254 0.813 20.308 (Incl Coupl.Super Tubing Cutters Tubing OD in. Super Cutter 1 13/16-in.

(1.5 and 1. cutter suitable for cutting 1.75-in. These proven design cutters are widely used and have an unsurpassed performance record. 1.900) NU API tubing • Compatible with industry standard wireline accessories • Can be designed with high temperature explosives for special applications HAL11764 Coiled Tubing Cutters 4-46 Cased-Hole Wireline Services .75-in.25. 1. Features • High strength steel components allow successful trip inside the coiled tubing • Corrosion resistant components • Cutters sizes available for 1.Coiled Tubing Cutters Jet Research Center’s coiled tubing cutters are designed to cleanly sever common sizes of tubing quickly and economically. coiled tubing • 13.5-in.

When more than one cutter is available for the specification.172 1.000/325 4.109 1.718-in. Coiled Tubing Cutter 1 3/8-in.619 1.000/325 1 S 1. OD Cont Sub (2.9 S N80 0.948-in. Tubing Cutter 100118388 0.095 1.188 10.000/325 2.90 100000569 100000569 1. Description Part No.900 Accessories Accessories Detonator .313 2. 3.4S UN0441 1.081 1.718 10.Coiled Tubing Cutters Recommended Target Tubing Tubing OD in.91 cm) 1-in.) lb/ft 0.54 cm) 100010855 100005498 0.7 S N80 0.4S UN0441 N80 0.50 100000429 1.5-20 UNF-2A (thread) 100158243 0. Shunt Plug 3/4-in.4S UN0441 1.375 15. Coiled Tubing Cutter 0. Tubing Cutter 1 3/8-in. Undersized cutters may not make a full cut. OD Cont Sub (1.4S UN0441 1.812-16 UN-2A (thread) Safety Accessories Safety Tube for Detonator 5/8-in. Coiled Tubing Cutter 1 3/16-in.948 10. Shunt Plug 1-in.555-28P-36-SA (thread) 100014497 0.786 Grade Wall Th 1.25 100118389 0.00 0. always select the largest diameter cutter.59 cm) 3/4-in.134 0.000/400 15.000/400 4 4 S S N80 P105 0. Cutter OD in.375 1. Rating psi / °F Explosive weight g Housing Material (S-Steel) Shipping Class Weight (Incl Coupl.145 2.75 1.Resistorized 5/8-in. 2. OD Cont Sub (1.4S UN0441 1. Cased-Hole Wireline Services 4-47 . Shunt Plug 100158234 100158235 120042542 120042541 Notes: 1. Always run effective centralization for optimum results.

They are designed to cleanly sever a wide range of casing efficiently. The designs feature high specification aluminum alloy case material that breaks up substantially upon detonation.911). using a minimum amount of explosive.117. offering a high level of protection against stray voltage or inadvertent RF-initiation. JRC casing and drillpipe cutters offer high levels of safety and reliability in field applications with a minimum amount of set-up or configuration based on well parameters. Features • Shock attenuating mandrel helps protect associated wireline tools • Cutter designed for minimum pipe flare • Extensive cutter range offers selection based on well conditions • Cutters available for high-strength and chrome pipes • Special designs available to match unique well conditions • Detonator options available to satisfy all applications 4-48 HAL11765 Casing and Drillpipe Cutters Cased-Hole Wireline Services .Casing and Drillpipe Cutters Jet Research Center’s casing and drillpipe cutters feature the same level of engineering detail and design as the industryleading JRC tubing cutters. Casing and drillpipe cutters can be used with JRC’s proprietary RED® rig environment detonator. JRC developed the industry standard shock attenuating mandrel for use with the range of casing and drillpipe cutters and patented this technology (US patent 5.

60 9. Casing Cutter 4-in.Steel 101293227 101293240 101295134 Safety Accessories Shunt Plug Safety Tube 100010861 100010862 Notes: 1.205 0.500 0.250 8.50 25. 2.40 16.50 2 3/8-in.000/400 22 47. Drill Pipe Cutter 2 5/16-in.25 25.4 61 61 54 110 110 104 100 100 240 240 253 253 280 253 373 407 Accessories Tubing Cutter Accessories Detonator .254 0.430 0.in.500 0.271 0.938 3. OD Extension Mandrel Detonator .000/400 9.7 13.500/400 7.296 0.417 0.1D UN0059 1.000/400 8.304 0. 1 1/2-in.375 2.000/400 9. Casing Cutter 100116368 100127821 100127821 100000140 100000140 101293449 101293457 101293457 100014494 101293484 101293484 101293491 101293491 101293515 101293515 101293536 101293544 101293553 101293555 2.1D UN0059 1.545 Weight (Incl Coupl.595 0.000 6.1D UN0059 1. Casing Cutter 5 1/2-in.380 0.1D UN0059 Grade G105 L80 G105 G105 G105 L80 L80 G105 L80 L80 L80 L80 L80 L80 L80 L80 L80 L80 L80 Wall Th 0.408 0. Casing Cutter 4 3/4-in.224 0.1D UN0059 1.1D UN0059 1.000/400 9. Casing Cutter 7 1/4-in.1D UN0059 1.375 0. Always run effective centralization for optimum results.1D UN0059 1.00 14.500/400 9.50 15. Casing Cutter 6.2530. Casing Cutter 5 3/8-in.313 3.00 17.449 0.500 5.500/400 7.1D UN0059 1. Drill Pipe Cutter 3 15/16.75 20.304 0. Casing Cutter 4 1/2-in.362 0.625 4.00 36.500/400 7.000/400 9.Steel Adapter for Resistorized Detonator . always select the largest diameter cutter.4S UN0441 1.500/400 7.275 0.437 0.1D UN0059 1.Resistorized Adapter for Resistorized Detonator Firing Head.188 12.500 6. Casing Cutter 6 1/8-in.70 39.RED® Adapter for RED Detonator 100000432 100014468 100000434 100008258 101272595 101295128 HP Accessories Extension Mandrel . When more than one cutter is available for the specified target.540 0.00 17.337 0.430 0.5 11.00 29.313 3. Casing Cutter 5 1/2-in. 3 1/2 DP 4 4 1/2 DP 4 1/2 DP 5 DP 4 1/2 5 5 DP 5 1/2 5 1/2 5 3/4 6 6 5/8 6 5/8 7 7 7 5/8 8 5/8 9 5/8 Description Part No.1D UN0059 1.750 5.435 0. Rating psi / °F Explosive Weight g Housing Material (S-Steel.10 11.000 4. A-Aluminum) S/A A A A A A S/A S/A S/A S/A S/A S/A S/A A A A A A A Recommended Target Tubing Shipping Class 1.1D UN0059 1.1D UN0059 1.00 20.00 29.000/400 9.317 0.00 32.in.000/400 9.50 21. Casing Cutter 4 3/4-in.4 47.375 5.00 23.500 4.000/400 9.1D UN0059 1.50 17.000/400 9.296 0.938 2.00 16. Drill Pipe Cutter 2 15/16-in.475 0.000 4.262 0.Wafer Casing Cutters (1. Cutter OD in.00 28.00 20. Casing Cutter 4-in.1D UN0059 1. Drill Pipe Cutter 3 5/16-in.00 38.5 .400 0.330 0.244 0.Steel Adapter for RED .00 43.228 0.20 14.) lb/ft 9.1D UN0059 1.000/400 9. Drill Pipe Cutter 3 5/8-in.15.00 29.50 53.1D UN0059 1.000/400 9.125 7.408 0. Casing Cutter 8 3/16-in. Cased-Hole Wireline Services 4-49 .500/400 7.85 15.750 4.415 0.00 23.430 0.00 19.375 5.1D) Tubing OD in.1D UN0059 1. 3.700/400 8. Undersized cutters may not make a full cut.25 19. Casing Cutter 5 3/8-in.00 52.

the explosive can then be placed in the cutter body and run in the well. Air freight allows for rapid shipment of urgently needed cutters and is considerably less expensive than transportation by sea.5-in. test shots can be made in special pipe to verify performance HAL11765 C-4 Casing Cutters 4-50 Cased-Hole Wireline Services .625-in.C-4 Casing Cutters Jet Research Center’s C-4 casing cutters are designed to allow air transportation (via commercial aircraft) of the explosives in individual packages. casing • Upon request. Applications • Emergency situation where cutter must be flown to wellsite • Temperature limitation of 225°F • Pressure limitations depend on the size of the cutter Features • Patented shock absorber mandrel helps protect CCLs and other associated hardware • Aluminum case components allow easy breakup of components into debris • Detonation options available to satisfy all applications • Available in sizes to cut 4. The C-4 cutters then function as traditional cutters. to 9. Upon arrival at the location. It allows the detonator to be electronically connected safely before the detonator is placed in proximity to the cutting charge. and normal casing cutters. This product line uses the same safe-arming procedures as the popular tubing. except for their reduced temperature limitation. drillpipe.

• Quick assembly and deployment • Industry standard connections can be run on any wireline unit • Air freight classification (1. offering a high level of protection against stray voltage or inadvertent RF initiation.Drill Collar Severing Tool Jet Research Center developed the dual end severing tool for severing thick wall tubulars over 20 years ago.911). The technique is based on the colliding shock wave principle. Since its inception.4s) provides rapid mobilization HAL11766 Drill Collar Severing Tool Cased-Hole Wireline Services 4-51 . The colliding shock is matched to a cartridge assembly at the mid-point of the assembly. JRC developed the industry standard shock attenuating mandrel for use with drill collar severing tools and patented this technology (US patent 5.000 psi • Higher temperature tools available for extreme temperature application • Shock attenuating mandrel helps protect wireline tools. designed to help focus the energy transmitted to the target. 20. Drill collar severing tools can be used with JRC’s proprietary RED® rig environment detonator.117. the drill collar severing tool has been continuously refined. resulting in the industry-leading severance device for cutting drill collars and drillpipe in a wide variety of stuck pipe scenarios. Applications Cutting drill collars and drillpipe in situations involving stuck pipe Features • Redesigned in 2002 for maximum performance • Full range of sizes for virtually any severing requirement • Suitable for hostile environment up to 400°F. The secret to the success of the tool lies in the precisely-timed detonation of two equal and opposing shock fronts. The latest refinement to the tool has resulted in a standard explosive column length with superior performance.

2 2 (5.000 psi (138 Mpa) for 1 hour* Length in. in excess of 15.400°F (204°C) 20.000 psi (138 Mpa) for 1 hour* HMX .000 psi (138 Mpa) for 1 hour* HNS .000 psi (138 Mpa) for 1 hour* HNS .475°F (246°C) 20. (cm) 1 3/8 (3.000 psi.7 × 64 pellets 17.000 psi (138 Mpa) for 1 hour* HMX .000 psi (138 Mpa) for 1 hour* HMX .475°F (246°C) 20.400°F (204°C) 20.8 × 2 589.1) 36 8 OD DCs 22. 36 3 1/2 OD DCs 20.400°F (204°C) 20.5 × 2 2422.8 2 5/8 (6.1 * For high pressure application.5 × 110 pellets 28.475°F (246°C) 20.Drill Collar Capability Chart Designed to Sever up to in.400°F (204°C) 20.475°F (246°C) 20. 4-52 Cased-Hole Wireline Services .4) 36 6 1/2 OD DCs 22. JRC recommends the use of high pressure steel rated accessories.7 × 44 pellets 12.7) 36 11 OD DCs 21.000 psi (138 Mpa) for 1 hour* HNS .4 × 2 1487.7 × 28 pellets 4.000 psi (138 Mpa) for 1 hour* HNS .7 × 2 1024.2 1 3/4 (4.5) Temperature and Pressure Rating HMX . Explosive Pellet Weight g Cartridge Assembly Explosive Weight g Loaded Tool Weight g Tool OD in.

The junk shot is a large downward shooting shaped charge secured inside a pressure housing.75-in. the use of the junk shot charge to break up obstacles downhole reduces costly fishing time. Applications Break up obstacles downhole and return rig to full operation Features • Main charge run on wireline. OD • Tools may be clustered for special applications HAL11767 • Can be transported via air charter or standard ground services • Pressure rated to 18.25-in. but the explosive effect is substantially greater with the ability to destroy large targets. or tubing with a secondary wireline initiator for maximum effect • Two sizes of charge available: 5. returning the rig to full operation.When placed on top of the junk. ranging from breaking up complete drilling bits to underreamer arms.000 psi • Temperature rated to 400°F for one hour • Offers a high degree of safety due to its two-stage deployment • Offers a safe assembly method through the use of JRC’s safe arming equipment • Can be run on wireline or tubing • Can be fired electronically or hydraulically Junk Shot Cased-Hole Wireline Services 4-53 . In almost any situation. it functions in a similar manner as a perforating charge. The junk shot charge has been used to overcome some of the most challenging fishing operations encountered. drillstring. OD and 7.Junk Shot Jet Research Center’s junk shots have been field proven time after time in a wide variety of applications all over the world.

Plug Setting Equipment EZ Drill® Bridge Plugs EZ Drill® bridge plugs consist of an EZ Drill SV packer from which the sliding valve has been removed and a bridging plug has been added. This combination offers excellent downhole pressure control and drillability. brass. and rubber • Ability to be set on: – Electric wireline – Slickline – Coiled tubing – Jointed pipe with a mechanical or hydraulic setting tool • Can be used with conventional tricone bits or junk-style mills HAL9254 EZ Drill® Bridge Plug 4-54 Cased-Hole Wireline Services . aluminum. Applications Downhole pressure control and drillability Features • Built from cast iron.

drillable bridge plugs and can be set on tubing.000 or 10. Applications Run multiple drillable bridge plugs for stimulation and workover operations Features • Consists of composites and a packer set. slickline setting tools.000 psi differential. or with conventional tools. or mechanical setting tools • Isolates lower zones during squeeze cementing operations on land-based or offshore rigs in vertical or deviated wells • Functions as a bridge plug in multizone stimulation treatments HAL12041 Fas Drill® Bridge Plug Cased-Hole Wireline Services 4-55 . easy operation. HPHT models have operating limits of 350°F with an 8. Setting equipment and operation are identical for both versions. on drillpipe. such as electric wireline.000 psi differential from either direction. Fas Drill bridge plugs are used in a manner similar to conventional. coiled tubing setting tools.Fas Drill® Bridge Plugs The Fas Drill® bridge plug allows oil and gas operators to run multiple drillable bridge plugs in a well for stimulation and workover operations. then drill out in one fast. An adaptor kit is required for setting tools. giving it minimal ferrous metal content • Can be set with electric wireline setting tools. Standard Fas Drill bridge plugs have operational limits of 250°F with 5.

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The MaxForce line of charges is manufactured with the highest level of quality assurance that results in a lower standard deviation to provide consistent charge performance. Features MaxForce deeper penetration charges: • Increase productivity • Penetrate past any near wellbore damage with deeper penetration • Potentially intersect more natural fractures with deeper penetration • Reduce pressure drop at perforations. paraffin. or asphaltene deposits 5 1678 HAL Perforating Solutions 5-1 . which can potentially delay scale. reliability and performance. Halliburton also has the capability and expertise to develop custom charges to maximize effective penetration into specific reservoirs. 1995 DP (HNS) 1990 MaxForce™ Shaped Charges The new MaxForce™ line of super-deep penetrating charges is Jet Research Center's latest advancement in shaped charge evolution. Halliburton ballistic engineers at Jet Research Center continue to develop and manufacture perforating systems for virtually any reservoir environment or intervention technique.Perforating Solutions Perforating Solutions Perforating Solutions maintains an unequalled success and safety record while continuously developing and introducing new and innovative products for tubing conveyed and wireline perforating. 2007 MaxForce™ Millennium™ 2000 Super DP Shaped Charges Halliburton shaped charges lead the way in quality.

Dominator charges were evaluated in terms of geometry and flow performance in sandstone targets at simulated downhole conditions instead of by their ability to penetrate API 19B Section I unstressed concrete. By analyzing post-shot results from the testing program. A Revolutionary Approach to Charge Development To maximize well inflow performance for a specific reservoir. wellbore underbalance. As a result. The improvement in penetration performance is evident from the results. To achieve that goal. Perforation Flow Laboratory) at as close to in-situ properties as possible.). Optimized shaped charge design combined with perforating best practices per Halliburton’s PerfPro® process ensure that all perforations are surged at the optimum underbalance pressure to minimize perforation skin effects. and rock pore pressure. penetration increased by an average of 52% in the gas-filled samples and by an average of 37% in liquid-filled samples. Naturally. these new shaped charges far exceed the performance of current. it was possible to rapidly develop a design with favorable jet characteristics. pore fluid type. it is necessary to engineer the shaped-charge explosive jet-tip velocity profile with consideration to the target properties (compressive strength. shaped charges engineered for a given reservoir should be validated with API 19B Section IV testing (i. HAL15999 Expanding case fragments Stretching jet Jet tip Rearmost portion of jet Flash X-ray of a charge during detonation sequence HAL15956 Actual charge performance in formation core samples comparing standard charge on left vs the Dominator® charge on the right. particle grain size. contribute to increased flow performance. along with improvement in core flow efficiency.Dominator® Shaped Charges The Dominator® shaped charges are designed to optimize perforating performance in reservoir rock and increase hydrocarbon production. Using the perforation flow laboratory in the design process also avoided the pitfalls associated with translating data from surface shot concrete targets to productivity estimations in downhole reservoirs.e. Dominator shaped charges were developed at Halliburton’s Jet Research Center (JRC) Perforation Flow Laboratory by firing perforating charges into real rock under simulated downhole conditions that included rock effective stress. etc. comparable charges. In one example. These penetration results. 5-2 Perforating Solutions HAL15957 .

Previous BH guns systems required that the shaped charges be positioned and retained in the charge tube holder using bend tabs. BH Liner Technology HAL16360 Current (Brass) 7-in. The improved Mirage system incorporates a new twist lock feature in the charge tube holder. The bend tab is a significant source of gun debris because of the metal slivers generated during gun detonation.Mirage® Shaped Charges The Mirage® line of BH shaped charges was introduced as an improved low debris system. the geometry of the Mirage shaped charge liner is carefully controlled during the manufacturing process such that those portions of the liner that might contribute to slug creation are removed. “Thick” region controlled to reduce debris HAL16361 Initial (Copper) 7-in. In addition to metallurgical considerations. This process results in a charge liner with a controlled geometry liner (CGL). gun debris associated with all components of the perforating assembly is reduced. eliminating the debris associated with the bend tabs. BH Liner Technology HAL16270 Mirage® Super Hole Perforator Perforating Solutions 5-3 . The Mirage line provides more of a total perforating system debris reduction solution. With the Mirage line. BH Liner Technology “Thinned” region after forming HAL16366 Latest (Mirage®) 7-in.

Case Debris Comparison (One Charge) 70.0 Mass Retained (g) HAL16267 40.0 > 0.033 > 0.011 <.0 0.066 > 0.094 > 0.011 Particle Size (in.500 > 0.0 LD Zinc Case Debris Steel Case Debris 50.250 > 0.0 Mirage Case Debris 60.0 10.375 > 0.0 20.187 > 0.0 30.) 5-4 Perforating Solutions .The LD zinc charge cases with the Mirage® system have been optimized to reduce the particle size distribution as shown below.

68 Penetration* 6.0-in.28-in.5 56. 12 spf 28 gram BH gun system was tested under the completion configuration described resulting in a casing exit-hole of 0. HAL16362 HAL16359 Existing Dual String Technology Maxim™ Dual String Technology Expanding Case Fragments Stretching Jet Jet Tip Rearmost Portion of Jet Flash X-ray and hydro-code simulation of a shaped charge during detonation sequence. These results show a significant 136% improvement in casing exit-hole size and 270% improvement in flow area on a per foot basis.77 *Penetration is in cement measured from the OD of the outer casing. Revolutionary Shaped Charge Liner Design Meets the Challenge Shaped charge design engineers at Halliburton's Jet Research Center (JRC) have unleashed the power of Maxim™ shaped charges by utilizing hydro-code modeling software and flash X-ray imaging to develop a proprietary shaped charge liner that optimizes the casing exit-hole size when penetrating multiple casing strings. this scenario results in secondary pay zones that have multiple strings of casing across portions or the entire length of the pay zone. Maxim™ Charge Performance Data Charge Part No. The large casing exit hole improves the likelihood of placing sand or gravel into the perforation tunnel and the higher spf increases the effective flow area resulting in lower pressure drop across the completion during production. As completion targets in deep water environments go deeper. drilling challenges are compounded forcing operators in many cases to set the casing shoe point higher than planned in order to safely reach deeper primary targets.50 8.78 0. Perforating Solutions 5-5 . 101350449 101357518 101357518 Gun OD 5. Unfortunately. HAL15955 The newly developed Maxim perforating system resulted in a casing exit-hole size of 0.61 Outer Casing 9 5/8 47 P-110 11 3/4 65# P-110 13 3/8 72# P-110 Exit Hole 0. 47.75 0.1 lb/ft P-110 and 9-5/8-in.00 SPF 8 10 14 Explosive Load 47 56. The effectiveness of the new Maxim shaped charge concept was demonstrated with the development of a 5-in.5 Inner Casing 7 5/8 47.1# P-110 8 5/8 60. This situation presents a serious technical challenge because the typical big-hole (BH) perforating system cannot efficiently penetrate multiple casing strings and still produce an adequate casing exit hole.8# P-110 9 5/8 473 lL-80 Exit Hole 0. 8 spf 47 gram charge for a completion scenario with 7-5/8-in.66-in. 47 lb/ft P-110 casing.00 7. The results utilizing conventional BH perforating systems in the past yielded a large exit hole in the first casing string and a very small exit hole in the second casing string with minimal formation penetration.Maxim™ Shaped Charges The completion of wells in unconsolidated formations generally requires some form of sand control or gravel packing for flow assurance. the perforating strategy typically calls for perforations with the largest possible exit hole in the casing with as high a shot density (spf) as possible.75 7.66 0. For a cased and perforated sand control completion. A standard 5-in.63 0. with an impressive formation penetration of 6.00 5.

Penetration past the cement is not a problem. so there was far less damage to the formation as well as a significantly reduced crushed zone (less than 1/3 of a conventional big-hole charge). reducing damaged material eightfold. and lower explosive weight charges are less susceptible to carrier failure. • Perforation depth was appropriately reduced. • KISS charges easily penetrated 2-in. proving they can be effective even in wellbores where washouts have occurred. thick cement sheaths. In an extensive series of lab tests comparing KISS lowdamage charges with conventional big-hole perforating charges under simulated downhole conditions. a FracPac™ system. the KISS charge more than proved its superiority. Features • Can be run in standard VannGun® perforating guns and conveyed on tubing or wireline • Complements Halliburton’s StimGun™ service by producing an instantaneous. In these tests: • KISS charges created holes in the casing that were equal to or larger in diameter than those created by conventional big-hole perforating charges. • Less damage occurred to the cement surrounding the entrance hole.KISS™ Low-Damage Perforating Charge The KISS™ charge provides all the benefits expected from big-hole charges—yet produces significantly less damage in unconsolidated formations. 5-6 Perforating Solutions . and the cement damage area was smaller. high-pressure surge into the formation to enhance perforating and stimulation results • Specialists help determine if the KISS low damage perforating charge would be a productive choice for a specific well • Low impact on unconsolidated formations for a positive impact on completions • Better gravel packs due to greatly improved fluid injectivity—whether running a conventional gravel pack. KISS charges limit perforating damage with minimal penetrator design charges. Damaged material is near the casing with 200% of the cross-sectional area a possibility. or a high-rate water pack • Reduced fines movement • Reduced sand production HAL5945 The unique KISS™ perforating charge is designed to just penetrate the formation while the high pressure gas breaks through the crushed zone in the tunnel and creates fractures in the formation.

2 6.34 0.9 15.61 15.89 RP43 19B 19B 19B 19B 19B 19B 19B 19B 19B 19B 19B QC RP43 19B 19B 19B 3 19B QC Perforating Solutions 5-7 .60 29.80 11.8 SPF HMX PENTAPHASE Oscillating Spiral PORTED GUNS 3-1/8” 4” 90 90 101410556 101288857 3-1/8” GSC 4 SPF RDX DP 4" MILLENNIUM EXPRESS GSC 12 19.32 0.53 QC QC QC QC QC SCALLOPED GUNS 1-9/16” 1-9/16” 1-9/16” 2” 2” 2” 2-3/8” 2-3/8” 2-1/2” 2-1/2” 2-1/2” 2-3/4” 2-3/4” 2-3/4” 2-3/4” 2-7/8” 2-7/8” 2-7/8” 3-1/8” 0 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 100157028 100157028 384465 101208224 101603801 101206246 101590845 101591373 101418095 101244923 384466 101233817 101318485 101206793 101270158 101233817 101233817 101388407 101366678 1-9/16” MILLENNIUM IS 4 SPF HMX 1-9/16” MILLENNIUM IS 6 SPF HMX 1-9/16” 4 SPF HMX BH 2” MILLENNIUM IS HMX 2" MaxForce IS HMX 2” IS 6 SPF-HMX BH 2-3/8” MaxForce IS 6 SPF HMX 2-3/8” 6 SPF HMX BH 2 1/2” MILLENNIUM II IS 6 SPF HMX 2-1/2” 6 SPF HNS DP 2-1/2” 6 SPF HMX BH 2-3/4” MILLENNIUM 6 SPF HMX 2-3/4” 6 SPF MILLENNIUM HNS 2-3/4” 6 SPF RDX BH 2-3/4” 6 SPF HMX BH 2-3/4” MILLENNIUM 6 SPF HMX (Hvy Wall Gun) 2-3/4” MILLENNIUM 6 SPF HMX (Hvy Wall Gun) 2-7/8” MILLENNIUM 6 SPF HNS 3-1/8” MILLENNIUM™ IS 6 SPF HMX 3.30 2.30 16.5 15.1 11.) Penetration Normalized to 5000 psi (5% per 1000) * Unofficial Data CAPSULE GUNS 1-11/16” 1-11/16” 1-11/16” 1-11/16” 1-11/16” 2-1/8” 2-1/8” 2-1/8” 2-1/8” 2-1/8” 2-1/8” 2-1/8” 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 90 0/45/90 100005450 100005450 100005449 101398891 101521848 101210198 101383082 100008259 100005448 100005448 101210198 101210198 1-11/16” Dyna-Star® 4 SPF RDX DP 13.00 19.80 38.5 15.84 16.90 27.40 26.39 0.00 19.1 14.5 4-1/2” 5-1/2” 5500 5600 0.80 24.40 0.5 19.65 24.50 0.7 15 15 15 18.50 0.4 3.00 27.8 7 6.31 0.50 4.42 27.24 0.30 30.67 0.80 24.31 0.94 16.5 15.4 13.20 27.30 10.50 38.5 19.21 0.40 0.22 0.30 3.50 20.39 0.) Target Strength (psi) EHD (in.1 11 15 15.29 0.5 19.4 13.5 4-1/2” 5-1/2” 5-1/2” 5-1/2” 5-1/2” 6200 6277 6277 6277 6277 0.60 28.50 12.60 17.51 5.5 21 4-1/2” 2-7/8” 2-7/8” 2-7/8” 2-7/8” 3-1/2” 3-1/2” 3-1/2” 3-1/2” 3-1/2' 3-1/2' 4-1/2” 4-1/2” 4-1/2” 4-1/2” 4-1/2” 4-1/2” 4-1/2” 4-1/2” 5967 6949 7533 6019 5697 7332 5663 5663 5996 7128 7469 6394 5694 6109 7381 6388 5124 6859 6200 0.50 0.65 24.28 0.34 0.23 0.06 13.26 0.35 0.5 8 8 15.55 5.50 12.48 0.90 30.35 0.34 8.) Total Target Penetration (in.30 20.18 21.08 17.46 11.65 0.95 QC QC SLICKWALL GUNS 3-1/8” 3-1/8” 4” 3-1/8” 4” 60 / 90 90 90 60 / 90 60 / 90 101366678 101204537 101204537 101310802 101310802 3-1/8” MILLENNIUM IS 4 SPF HMX 4” Basic MILLENNIUM EXPRESS 4 SPF RDX 4” Basic MILLENNIUM EXPRESS 4 SPF RDX 4” Twisted Strip MILLENNIUM EXPRESS 4 SPF RDX W/ TWIST LOCK 1/2 RUBBER JACKET 4” Twisted Strip MILLENNIUM EXPRESS 4 SPF RDX W/ TWIST LOCK 1/2 RUBBER JACKET 21 19.71 26.8 10 10 11.60 20.51 19B QC QC QC 19B QC QC QC RP43 19B 19B 19B 1-11/16” Dyna-Star 4 SPF RDX DP 1-11/16” Dyna-Star 6 SPF HMX DP 1-11/16” MILLENNIUM™ Dyna-Star 6 SPF HMX 1-11/16” MaxForce™ Deep Star™ 8 SPF HMX 2-1/8” MILLENNIUM Deep Star HMX 2-1/8” MILLENNIUM Dyna-Star 6 SPF HMX 2-1/8” Dyna-Star 6 SPF HMX DP 2-1/8” Dyna-Star 6 SPF RDX DP 2-1/8” Dyna-Star 4 SPF RDX DP 2-1/8” MILLENNIUM Deep Star 4 SPF HMX DP 2-1/8” MILLENNIUM Deep Star 5.4 3.51 20.58 0.9 15.48 0.94 40.90 5.40 11.30 40.41 0.60 2.28 0.Charge Performance Data Gun Size Phasing JRC P/N Charge Name Explosive Load (Grams) Casing Size (in.42 0.99 15.30 0.50 18.27 0.60 31.71 26.30 0.27 29.9 4-1/2” 4-1/2” 4-1/2” 4-1/2” 4-1/2” 5-1/2” 5-1/2” 5-1/2” 5-1/2” 5-1/2” 5-1/2” 5-1/2” 5149 5909 6384 5426 7170 5435 5633 5326 5538 5292 5820 6740 0.40 0.53 17.38 0.97 24.00 22.07 14.9 15.03 12.

40 16.92 5.37 0.7 Casing Size (in.80 41.38 0.71 28.85 QC RP43 19B QC QC 19B 19B RP43 RP43 RP43 19B RP43 QC QC QC RP43 QC QC RP43 19B QC 19B 4 19B RP43 19B 19B RP43 19B 19B RP43 QC QC RP43 19B RP43 RP43 RP43 QC RP43 RP43 RP43 QC RP43 RP43 22.37 0.57 18.40 37.53 31.50 37.45 0.70 52.35 0.7 25 22.60 26.41 0.7 22.27 6.80 24.50 30.46 22.47 53.33 5.01 42.37 28.31 31.64 0.16 7.7 25 28 28 7” 7” 7” 7” 7” 7” 5-8 Perforating Solutions .00 7.58 4.48 0.69 21.7 39 39 39 39 39 32 32 32 22.40 0.60 43.00 39.7 22.75 0.65 0.93 0.37 6.45 26.06 30.34 0.10 30.5 4.08 5.30 5.7 22.28 28.37 0.63 0.15 4.38 4.62 0.76 5.46 0.60 31.10 17.80 42.20 44.10 19.) Total Target Penetration (in.) Penetration Normalized to 5000 psi (5% per 1000) * Unofficial Data 3-1/8” 3-1/8” 3-1/8” 3-3/8” 3-3/8” 3-3/8” 3-3/8” 3-3/8” 3-3/8” 3-3/8” 3-3/8” 3-3/8” 3-3/8” 3-3/8” 3-3/8” 3-3/8” 3-3/8” 3-3/8” 3-3/8” 3-1/2” 4” 4” 4” 4” 4-1/2” 4-1/2” 4-5/8” 4-5/8” 4-5/8” 4-5/8” 4-5/8” 4-5/8” 4-5/8” 4-5/8” 4-5/8” 4-5/8” 4-5/8” 4-5/8” 4-5/8” 4-5/8” 4-5/8” 4-5/8” 4-5/8” 4-5/8” 4-5/8” 4-5/8” 60 60 135/45 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 135/45 60 60 150/30 150/30 135/45 90 90 60 60 60 150/30 180 350/10 60 60 60 60 60 60 150/30 150/30 150/30 150/30 150/30 150/30 150/30 150/30 150/30 150/30 150/30 150/30 101618998 101618994 101351605 101233819 101233819 101600039 101589595 101365876 101320459 100005333 100005332 100008014 100008249 100008249 101351605 100005321 100157017 100008251 100005312 101542642 101210636 101210636 100005322 100005327 101210636 101210674 101446899 101446899 101210636 101210636 101287306 100005322 100005327 101332806 101210674 101210674 100005324 100005325 100014352 101343830 100005340 100005319 100005326 100157006 100005311 100156995 3-1/8” MILLENNIUM Express IS DP 6 SPF RDX 3-1/8” MILLENNIUM Express IS SDP 6 SPF RDX 3-1/8” Mirage® 10 SPF HMX BH/LD 3-3/8” MILLENNIUM 6 SPF HMX 3-3/8” MILLENNIUM 6 SPF HMX 3-3/8” MILLENNIUM Express IS 6 SPF RDX DP 3-3/8” MILLENNIUM Express IS 6 SPF RDX SDP 3-3/8” MILLENNIUM 6 SPF HNS 3-3/8” 6 SPF RDX DP 3-3/8” 6 SPF RDX DP 3-3/8” 6 SPF HMX DP 3-3/8” 6 SPF RDX SUPER DP 3-3/8” 6 SPF HMX SUPER DP 3-3/8” 6 SPF HMX SUPER DP 3-3/8” Mirage 12 SPF HMX BH/LD 3-3/8” 6 SPF RDX BH 3-3/8” 6 SPF HMX BH 3-3/8” Omni 12 SPF RDX BH 3-3/8” Omni 12 SPF HMX BH 3-1/2” Mirage 12 SPF HMX BH/LD 4” MILLENNIUM HMX (4 SPF) 4” MILLENNIUM HMX (4 SPF) 4-5/8” 6 SPF RDX DP 4-5/8” 6 SPF HMX DP 4” MILLENNIUM HMX (5 SPF) 4-1/2” MILLENNIUM 12 SPF HMX 4-5/8” KleenZone® G-FORCE® HMX 4-5/8” KleenZone G-FORCE HMX 4” MILLENNIUM HMX (5 SPF) 4” MILLENNIUM HMX (5 SPF) 4” 5 SPF HNS DP 4-5/8” 6 SPF RDX DP 4-5/8” 6 SPF HMX DP 4-5/8” 6 SPF HNS DP 4-1/2” MILLENNIUM 12 SPF HMX 4-1/2” MILLENNIUM 12 SPF HMX 4-5/8” Omni 12 SPF RDX DP 4-5/8” Omni 12 SPF RDX DP/LD 4-5/8” Omni 12 SPF HMX DP 4-5/8” Omni 12 SPF HNS DP 4-5/8” Omni 12 SPF HMX DP/LD 4-5/8” Omni 12 SPF RDX BH 4-5/8” Omni 12 SPF RDX BH/LD 4-5/8” 12 SPF HMX BH 4-5/8” Omni 12 SPF RDX SH 4-5/8” Omni 12 SPF HMX SH 4-1/2” 4-1/2” 5” 4-1/2” 4-1/2” 4-1/2” 4-1/2” 4-1/2” 4-1/2” 4-1/2” 5-1/2” 4-1/2” 4-1/2” 5” 5-1/2” 4-1/2” 4-1/2” 5-1/2” 5-1/2” 5-1/2” 5-1/2” 5-1/2” 7” 5-1/2” 7” 7” 7" 7" 7” 7” 7” 7” 7” 7” 7” 7” 7” 7” 7” 7” 6100 6215 5754 5704 5219 6578 7538 6138 9846 5251 5967 6097 6100 6101 6490 7802 6300 6100 5490 6365 5277 5568 6775 8484 5208 5412 5502 5518 7559 5325 5809 5814 8484 6322 9080 5685 9080 5020 5685 6840 7346 5723 6982 5016 0.80 40.66 4.43 0.39 0.00 18.35 0.96 3.00 6.40 0.60 43.38 0.38 0.20 30.30 0.46 39.36 0.74 0.00 43.27 4.92 5.81 26.10 31.01 19.51 7.65 0.64 0.88 0.25 17.32 0.38 0.Charge Performance Data Gun Size Phasing JRC P/N Charge Name Explosive Load (Grams) 21 21 14 25 25 23 23 25 22 22 26 24 25 25 14 24 24 14 14 15 39 39 32 32 39 22.39 0.) Target Strength (psi) EHD (in.33 0.02 6.03 19.24 4.60 20.95 41.70 4.41 5.6 0.86 0.7 22.09 28.00 22.39 0.30 26.47 41.35 0.31 0.45 0.38 0.42 0.5 43.20 28.43 45.50 25.11 6.30 18.40 40.36 0.45 0.41 16.

42 1.11 5.70 6.73 0.10 5.90 5.65 6.30 6.43 5.80 6.61 Penetration Normalized to 5000 psi (5% per 1000) 5.84 1.15 5.60 6.65 5. RP43 Test are not endorsed by API and will not be available on new or improved JRC Charges.83 0.99 6.91 0.29 1.88 0. Penetration normalization is not certified by API for 19B. Perforating Solutions 5-9 .87 5.80 43.00 5.50 47.80 6.94 0.4 231. G-Force®.00 6.31 6.81 0.74 0.36 0.35 * Unofficial Data 4-5/8” 4-5/8” 4-5/8” 4-5/8” 5” 5” 5” 5” 5” 5” 5-1/8” 5-1/8” 5-1/8” 5-1/8” 5-3/4” 6-1/2” 6-1/2” 7” 7” 7” 7” 7” 7” 7” 150/30 150/30 135/45 180 150/30 150/30 150/30 150/30 135 120 Cluster 135 231.16 1.72 0.29 0.30 38.07 1.5 45 Casing Size (in.63 5.30 6.83 5.60 5.and KleenZone® are proprietary to Halliburton Charge performance will vary due to well conditions.45 7.90 0.97 9.4 120 Cluster 150/30 135/45 138 135/45 138 135/45 135/45 135/45 138 135/45 138 135/45 138 138 60/120 101228756 101233690 100156990 101287306 100005311 100005319 100156995 100005311 101307494 101292616 101307494 100157007 100157011 101292616 100157007 101304878 101304878 101207997 101207997 101304878 101213474 101484232 101212693 101414821 4-5/8” 12 SPF RDX SUPER HOLE/LD 4-5/8” 12 SPF HMX SUPER HOLE/LD 4-5/8” 18 SPF RDX BH 4-5/8” 4 SPF HNS DP 4-5/8” Omni 12 SPF RDX SUPER HOLE 4-5/8” Omni 12 SPF RDX BH 4-5/8” Omni 12 SPF HMX SUPER HOLE 4-5/8” Omni 12 SPF RDX SUPER HOLE 5" Mirage® 12 SPF RDX SUPER HOLE/LD 5" 21 SPF RDX BH 5" Mirage 12 SPF RDX SUPER HOLE/LD 5-1/8” 14 SPF RDX SUPER HOLE 5-1/8” 14 SPF HMX SUPER HOLE 5-1/8” 21 SPF RDX BH 5-1/8” 14 SPF RDX SUPER HOLE 6-1/2” Mirage 12 or 14 SPF RDX BH/LD 6-1/2” Mirage 12 or 14 SPF RDX BH/LD 7” MILLENNIUM™ 12 SPF HMX 7” MILLENNIUM 12 SPF HMX 6-1/2” Mirage 12 or 14 SPF RDX BH/LD 7” 12 or 14 SPF RDX SUPER HOLE 7” Mirage 14 SPF RDX BH/LD 7” 12 SPF RDX SUPER HOLE/LD 7” Mirage 18 SPF HMX/LD 7” 7” 7” 7-5/8” 7” 7” 7” 7-5/8” 7-5/8” 7-5/8” 7-5/8” 7-5/8” 7-5/8” 7-5/8” 8-5/8” 8-5/8” 9-5/8” 9-5/8” 9-5/8” 9-5/8” 9-5/8” 9-5/8” 9-5/8” 9-7/8” 0.85 0. For realistic data.20 6.46 6.Charge Performance Data Gun Size Phasing JRC P/N Charge Name Explosive Load (Grams) 28 28 20 39 28 25 28 28 32 21 32 32 32 21 32 47 47 39 39 47 56. contact JRC “Perforation Flow Lab” testing services.04 1.93 0.07 0.00 0.46 6.40 5.18 30.) Total Target Penetration (in.90 8.) 5.) Target Strength (psi) 5124 5622 5553 6349 5192 6508 6487 7877 6345 5411 5576 5138 5250 6246 6498 7043 5088 7006 6397 6178 5975 6270 6040 5893 EHD (in.5 39 56.00 6.30 5.75 1.91 0.02 QC RP43 RP43 19B RP43 QC QC RP43 19B 19B 1 19B RP43 RP43 QC QC 19B 19B 2 RP43 19B 19B 19B 19B 19B 19B Registered 19B data except fired in 7-5/8” 47# P110 casing Registered 19B data except fired in 9-5/8” 71# N-80 casing Registered 19B data except fired in air Registered third party 19B data MaxForce™.

and 4 SPF to 21 SPF 7.50" 4.00" 5. to 7 in.125" 2.00" 3.563” 5-10 Perforating Solutions .00" 4.125" 5.875" 2.75" 5.50" 2.00" 6.50" 6.375" 3.25" 4.75" 4.75" 2.625" 4.00" 1.Gun Systems VannGun® Assemblies 1 9/16 in.

VannGun® Phasing and Shot Patterns* 0° Phasing 4 and 5 SPF 4 SPF 6" 6" 5 SPF 6" 6" HAL10590 12" 12" 0º 180º 360º 0º 180º 360º 60° Phasing 4. 5. and 6 SPF 4 SPF 6" 6" 5 SPF 6" 6" 12" HAL15978 12" 0º 60º 120º 180º 240° 300º 360º 0º 60º 120º 180º 240° 300º 360º 6 SPF 6" 6" 12" 0º 60º 120º 180º 240° 300º 360º *Other shot densities and phasings are available upon request. Perforating Solutions 5-11 .

90° Phasing 4 SPF 4 SPF 6" 6" HAL15981 12" 0º 90º 180º 270° 360º 180° Phasing 4 and 8 SPF 4 SPF 6" 6" 8 SPF 6" 6" 12" HAL15982 12" 0º 180º 360º 0º 180º 360º 5-12 Perforating Solutions .

60° Phasing 6 SPF Two Planes 6 SPF 6" 6" HAL15356 12" 0º 45º 90º 135º 180º 225° 270º 315º 360º 45°/135° Phasing 5.3° 257. 6.7° 308.4° 102. 12.1° 360º 0º 45º 90º 135º 180º 225° 270º 315º 360º Perforating Solutions 5-13 . and 18 SPF 5 SPF 6" 6" 6 SPF 6" 6" 12" HAL15355 12" 0º 45º 90º 135º 180º 225° 270º 315º 360º 0º 45º 90º 135º 180º 225° 270º 315º 360º 8 SPF 6" 6" 12 SPF 6" 18 SPF 6" 6" 6" 12" 12" 12" 0º 45º 90º 135º 180º 225° 270º 315º 360º 0º 51.9° 205.6° 154. 8.

6° 154.7° 308.4° 102.140°/160° Phasing 11 SPF 11 SPF 6" 6" HAL15983 12" 0º 100º 110º 180° 260° 250° 360° 51.3° 257.4°/154.9° 205.1° 360º 30°/150° Phasing 12 SPF 12 SPF 6" 6" HAL15354 12" 0º 60° 120º 180º 240° 300º 360° 30º 90º 150° 210° 270º 330° 5-14 Perforating Solutions .3° Phasing 12 SPF 12 SPF 6" 6" 12" HAL15357 0º 51.

7°/128.5° Phasing 14 SPF 14 SPF 6" 6" 12" HAL15993 0º 51º 103º 154º 206º 257° 309º 360º 26º 77º 129º 180º 231º 283° 334º 60°/120° Phasing 18 and 21 SPF 18 SPF 6" 6" 21 SPF 6" 6" 12" HAL15984 12" 0º 60º 120º 180º 240° 300º 360º 0º 60º 120º 180º 240° 300º 360º 138° Phasing 14 SPF 14 SPF 6" 6" 12" HAL15985 0º 45º 90º 135º 180º 225° 270º 315º 360º Perforating Solutions 5-15 .25.

57) 21 (6.000 (1379) 70.000 (31 746) 4 (1.13) 11 (3.000 (31 746) Weights Length ft (m) Loaded lb (kg) 4 spf Millennium 4 (1.35) 15 (4.000 (1379) Tensile Strength lb (kg) 70.000 (1379) 20.57) 21 (6.40) 5-16 Perforating Solutions . 1 9/16-in.000 (1379) 70.Tensile ratings on the following tables are based on the box x pin connection.13) 6 spf Millennium 21 (10) 32 (14) 48 (22) 63 (28) 85 (39) 17 (8) 24 (11) 34 (15) 44 (20) 59 (27) 11 (3.22) 7 (2.000 (31 746) 70.35) 21 (9) 31 (14) 46 (21) 60 (27) 81 (37) 17 (8) 24 (11) 34 (15) 44 (20) 59 (27) Spacer lb (kg) 4 0° 60° 90° 180° 0° 60° 90° 180° Vann Premium Industry Standard 20. 100157028 101210199 Explosive Type HMX HMX Charge Type Millennium™ BH SPF Phasing Gun Material Type Premium Gun Thread Pressure Rating psi (bar) 20.22) 7 (2. Premium VannGun® Assemblies Charge Part No.40) 100157028 101210199 HMX HMX Millennium BH 6 60° 60° Premium Premium Vann Industry Standard 20.000 (31 746) 15 (4.

35) 15 (4.000 (1379) 70.2) 48 (21.52) 6 (1.61) 4 (1.22) 7 (2.000 (1379) 70.3) 25 (11.1) 24 (10.35) 28 (13) 44 (20) 66 (30) 87 (39) 120 (54) 23 (10) 35 (16) 51 (23) 63 (29) 92 (42) Spacer lb (kg) 101208224 101603801 100008017 100157018 101206246 HMX HMX HMX HNS HMX Millennium™ MaxForce™ SDP DP BH 4 0° 60° 90° 180° 0° 60° 90° 180° Vann Premium Industry Standard 20.5) 11 (4.13) 11 (3.000 (31 746) 70.000 (31 746) Weights Length ft (m) Loaded lb (kg) 4 spf Millennium 4 (1.000 (31 746) 15 (4.83) 7 (2.35) 14 (6.13) 8 (2.8) Perforating Solutions 5-17 .40) 101208224 101603801 100008017 100157018 101206246 HMX HMX HMX HNS HMX Millennium MaxForce SDP DP BH 6 60° 60° Premium Premium Vann Industry Standard 20.9) 28 (12.3) 40 (18.000 (31 746) 4 (1.9) 20 (9.74) 11 (3.000 (31 746) 70.000 (1379) 70.000 (1379) Tensile Strength lb (kg) 70.57) 21 (6.22) 5 (1.2-in.000 (1379) 20.40) 101208224 101603801 100008017 100157018 101206246 HMX HMX HMX HNS HMX Millennium MaxForce SDP DP BH 6 60° 60° Premium Premium Vann Industry Standard 20.22) 7 (2.7) 32 (14.7) 53 (24) 65 (29.3) 31 (14) 36 (16.57) 21 (6.000 (1379) 20.44) 9 (2.5) 36 (16. Premium VannGun® Assemblies Charge Part No. Explosive Type Charge Type SPF Phasing Gun Material Type Premium Gun Thread Pressure Rating psi (bar) 20.3) 42 (19) 48 (21.13) 6 spf Millennium 28 (13) 44 (20) 66 (30) 87 (39) 120 (54) 23 (10) 35 (16) 51 (23) 63 (29) 92 (42) 11 (3.000 (31 746) 6 spf Reduced Swell Gas Gun 2 (.

57) 43 (20) 67 (30) 98 (44) 129 (59) 34 (15) 52 (24) 75 (34) 98 (44) 5-18 Perforating Solutions .57) 21 (6.000 (1379) 121.57) 21 (6.000 (54 875) 4 (1.22) 43 (20) 67 (30) 98 (44) 129 (59) 176 (80) 34 (15) 52 (24) 75 (34) 98 (44) 133 (60) 60° Premium Industry Standard 20.35) 43 (20) 67 (30) 98 (44) 129 (59) 176 (80) 34 (15) 52 (24) 75 (34) 98 (44) 133 (60) Spacer lb (kg) 101206251 101332418 101244923 HMX HMX HNS Millennium™ SDP DP 4 0° 60° 90° 180° 0° 60° 90° 180° Vann Premium Industry Standard 20.13) 11 (3.35) 15 (4.4) 101418095 HMX Millennium II 6 60° Premium Industry Standard 20. Explosive Type Charge Type SPF Phasing Gun Material Type Premium Gun Thread Pressure Rating psi (bar) 20.13) 11 (3.22) 6 spf Millennium 45 (20) 70 (32) 104 (47) 133 (60) 189 (86) 34 (15) 52 (24) 75 (34) 98 (44) 133 (60) 60° Premium Industry Standard 20.57) 21 (6.000 (1379) 121.35) 15 (4.2 1/2-in.000 (1379) 121.000 (54 875) Weights Length ft (m) Loaded lb (kg) 4 spf Millennium 4 (1.000 (54 875) 7 (2.22) 7 (2.000 (1379) 121.40) 101206251 101332418 101244923 HMX HMX HNS Millennium SDP DP 6 60° Premium Vann 20.000 (54 875) 6 spf Millennium II 4 (1.13) 11 (3.000 (1379) 121.000 (1379) 121.000 (1379) Tensile Strength lb (kg) 121.000 (54 875) 6 spf Reduced Swell Gas Gun 4 (1.35) 15 (4.22) 7 (2.40) 101418095 HMX Millennium II™ 6 60° Premium Vann 20. Premium VannGun® Assemblies Charge Part No.000 (54 875) 15 (4.13) 11 (3.000 (54 875) 7 (2.

44) 11 (3.22) 5 (1.13) 8 (2.35) 16 (4.700 (52 934) 4 (1.44) 9 (2.000 (1241) 18.000 (1241) Tensile Strength lb (kg) 116.22) 7 (2. Explosive Type Charge Type SPF Phasing Gun Material Type Standard Standard Gun Thread Pressure Rating psi (bar) 18.000 (1241) 18.2 3/4-in.000 (1379) 134.88) 22 (6.35) 15 (4.700 (52 934) 116.13) 8 (2.74) 10 (3.57) 21 (6.53) 6 (1.700 (52 934) 8 (2.700 (52 934) Weights Length ft (m) Loaded lb (kg) 4 spf Millennium 4 (1.05) 11 (3.44) 6 spf Millennium 59 (27) 95 (43) 102 (46) 134 (61) 172 (83) 183 (83) 252 (114) 50 (23) 79 (35) 82 (37) 105 (48) 145 (66) 145 (66) 193 (88) 11 (3.71) 59 (27) 74 (34) 88 (40) 95 (43) 102 (46) 115 (52) 125 (57) 134 (61) 172 (83) 241 (114) 6 spf SDP 4 (1.000 (1241) 134.000 (60 771) 116.000 (1241) 116.000 (1517) 18.88) 22 (6.22) 59 (27) 102 (46) 134 (61) 183 (83) 252 (114) 50 (23) 82 (37) 105 (48) 145 (66) 193 (88) 50 (23) 63 (29) 75 (34) 79 (35) 82 (37) 93 (42) 99 (45) 105 (48) 145 (66) 193 (88) Spacer lb (kg) 101233817 101318485 HMX HNS Millennium™ Millennium 4 60° 120° Industry Standard Industry Standard 100157026 100010399 101251723 101206793 101270158 RDX HMX HNS RDX HMX SDP SDP SDP BH BH 6 60° Two Row Premium Vann 20.57) 16 (4.71) 101233817 101318485 HMX HNS Millennium Millennium 6 60° 60° 60° Premium Standard Standard Vann Vann Industry Standard 22.35) 15 (4. Premium VannGun® Assemblies Charge Part No.700 (52 934) 116.000 (60 771) 60° Two Row Standard Vann 18.71) Perforating Solutions 5-19 .83) 7 (2.

35) 16 (4.71) 64 (29) 112 (51) 148 (67) 204 (93) 281 (127) 55 (25) 92 (42) 120 (54) 166 (75) 221 (100) 5-20 Perforating Solutions .000 (64 399) 6 spf Millennium II 4 (1.44) 11 (3.88) 22 (6.000 (1724) 142.000 (64 399) 142.88) 22 (6.000 (1517) 22. Explosive Type Charge Type SPF Phasing Gun Material Type Premium Premium Gun Thread Pressure Rating psi (bar) 22.71) 62 (28) 106 (48) 138 (63) 186 (84) 258 (117) 54 (24) 86 (39) 110 (50) 150 (68) 198 (90) 101233817 101318485 101414743 HMX HNS HMX Millennium Millennium Dominator 6 60° 60° Premium Premium Vann Industry Standard 25.000 (1724) 25.22) 8 (2.000 (1517) Tensile Strength lb (kg) 142.35) 16 (4.88) 22 (6.000 (1724) 25. Premium VannGun® Assemblies Charge Part No.22) 8 (2.000 (64 399) Weights Length ft (m) Loaded lb (kg) 6 spf Millennium 4 (1.000 (64 399) 6 spf Millennium Gas Gun 4 (1.22) 8 (2.000 (64 399) 142.000 (64 399) 142.44) 11 (3.71) 62 (28) 106 (48) 138 (63) 186 (84) 258 (117) 54 (24) 86 (39) 110 (50) 150 (68) 198 (90) Spacer lb (kg) 101233817 101318485 HMX HNS Millennium™ Millennium 6 60° 60° Vann Industry Standard 101388406 101388407 101414743 HMX HNS HMX Millennium Millennium Dominator® 6 60° 60° Premium Premium Vann Industry Standard 25.2 7/8-in.44) 11 (3.000 (1724) 142.35) 16 (4.

000 (1379) 218.000 (98 883) 4 spf SDP and Millennium 4 (1.000 (107 937) Weights Length ft (m) Loaded lb (kg) 4 spf DP 4 (1.88) Standard Industry Standard 20.000 (1379) 218.22) 7 (2.71) 101600039 101589595 RDX RDX Millennium Express Millennium Express 4 60° Standard Industry Standard 20.000 (98 883) 16 (4.88) Standard Industry Standard 20.000 (98 883) 8 (2.000 (98 883) 8 (2.88) 21 (6.44) 11 (3.41) 22 (6.000 (1379) 218.000 (1379) 218.44) 11 (3.000 (1379) 218.88) 21 (6.41) 22 (6.71) 86 (39) 126 (57) 144 (65) 187 (85) 240 (109) 256 (116) 329 (150) 361 (164) 77 (35) 109 (50) 125 (57) 160 (73) 205 (93) 219 (99) 277 (126) 290 (132) 77 (35) 109 (50) 125 (57) 160 (73) 205 (93) 219 (99) 277 (126) 290 (132) Standard Vann 20.000 (1379) 218.35) 15 (4.88) 16 (4.44) 86 (39) 126 (57) 144 (65) 187 (85) 240 (109) 256 (116) 329 (150) 361 (164) 6 spf DP 4 (1.44) 86 (39) 126 (57) 144 (65) 187 (85) 240 (109) 256 (116) 329 (150) 361 (164) 77 (35) 109 (50) 125 (57) 160 (73) 205 (93) 219 (99) 277 (126) 290 (132) Spacer lb (kg) 4 60° 90° 180° 60° 90° 180° 60° 90° Vann Standard Vann 20.3 3/8-in.88) 21 (6.000 (98 883) 16 (4.44) 11 (3.000 (1724) Tensile Strength lb (kg) 238.71) 100008014 101293450 101233819 101365876 RDX RDX HMX HNS SDP SDP/LD Millennium™ Millennium 4 60° 90° 180° 60° 90° 180° 60° 90° Premium Vann 20. 101320459 Explosive Type RDX Charge Type DP SPF Phasing Gun Material Type Premium Gun Thread Pressure Rating psi (bar) 25.35) 15 (4.41) 22 (6.35) 15 (4. Premium VannGun® Assemblies Charge Part No.44) 8 (2.22) 7 (2.22) 7 (2.000 (98 883) Perforating Solutions 5-21 .

000 (98 883) Weights Length ft (m) Loaded lb (kg) Spacer lb (kg) 6 60° 60° 60° 60° Two Row 60° Two Row Vann Vann Industry Standard Vann Vann 6 spf SDP and Millennium 4 (1.88) 22 (6.88) 21 (6.35) 16 (4.000 (1379) 238.44) 8 (2.000 (1379) 20.000 (107 955) 218.44) 11 (3.000 (107 955) 218.44) 11 (3.22) 8 (2.000 (98 883) 238. 101320459 100008014 101293450 101233819 101309223 101365876 100005321 100157017 Explosive Type RDX RDX RDX HMX HMX HNS RDX HMX Charge Type DP SDP SDP/LD Millennium™ Dominator® Millennium BH BH SPF Phasing Gun Material Type Premium Standard Standard Premium Standard Gun Thread Pressure Rating psi (bar) 25.000 (1379) 25.000 (1724) 20.000 (1724) 20.000 (1379) Tensile Strength lb (kg) 238.000 (98 883) 5-22 Perforating Solutions .71) 89 (40) 150 (68) 197 (88) 271 (123) 365 (166) 77 (35) 125 (57) 160 (73) 219 (99) 290 (132) 77 (35) 109 (50) 125 (57) 160 (73) 205 (93) 219 (99) 277 (126) 290 (132) 100008251 100005312 101351605 RDX HMX HMX BH BH BH/LD 12 30°/150° OMNI™ 30°/150° OMNI Premium Standard Vann Vann 23. Premium VannGun® Assemblies Charge Part No.000 (98 883) 218.3 3/8-in.000 (1586) 20.41) 22 (6.71) 86 (39) 126 (57) 144 (65) 187 (85) 240 (109) 256 (116) 329 (150) 365 (166) 12 spf BH 4 (1.22) 7 (2.35) 15 (4.000 (107 955) 218.88) 16 (4.

44) 107 (49) 173 (78) 223 (101) 297 (135) 404 (183) 4 spf SDP 4 (1.000 (1379) 18.71) 114 (52) 189 (86) 244 (111) 336 (152) 448 (203) 99 (45) 155 (70) 197 (89) 267 (121) 351 (159) 99 (45) 155 (70) 197 (89) 267 (121) 351 (159) 99 (45) 155 (70) 197 (89) 267 (121) 351 (159) 99 (45) 155 (70) 197 (89) 267 (121) 351 (159) Spacer lb (kg) 100005322 100005327 101332806 100008014 101293450 100008249 RDX HMX HNS RDX RDX HMX DP DP DP SDP SDP/LD SDP 4 60° 90° 60° 90° 90° Vann Vann Standard Industry Standard 18.000 (1241) Tensile Strength lb (kg) 278. Explosive Type Charge Type SPF Phasing Gun Material Type Premium Standard Gun Thread Pressure Rating psi (bar) 20.22) 8 (2.22) 8 (2.387 (109 038) Weights Length ft (m) Loaded lb (kg) 4 spf DP 4 (1.35) 16 (4. Premium VannGun® Assemblies Charge Part No.71) 110 (50) 179 (81) 230 (104) 309 (140) 420 (191) 6 spf DP 4 (1.35) 16 (4.000 (1241) 18.22) 8 (2.88) 22 (6.387 (109 038) Perforating Solutions 5-23 .000 (1241) 278.387 (109 038) 11 (3.88) 22 (6.44) 11 (3.88) 22 (6.35) 16 (4.000 (126 077) 240.71) 100005322 100005327 101332806 100008014 101293450 100008249 RDX HMX HNS RDX RDX HMX DP DP DP SDP SDP/LD SDP 6 60° 60° 60° Premium Standard Standard Vann Vann Industry Standard 20.000 (126 077) 240.35) 16 (4.000 (1241) 240.88) 22 (6.387 (109 038) 240.44) 11 (3.22) 8 (2.44) 11 (3.4-in.000 (1379) 18.71) 111 (50) 189 (86) 233 (106) 319 (144) 424 (192) 6 spf SDP 4 (1.

71) 107 (49) 173 (78) 223 (101) 297 (135) 404 (183) 6 spf DP 4 (1.35) 15 (4.387 (109 038) 240.88) 22 (6.41) 12 spf SDP 111 (50) 126 (57) 233 (106) 240 (109) 329 (150) 99 (45) 109 (50) 197 (89) 205 (93) 277 (126) 5-24 Perforating Solutions .387 (109 038) 240.4 1/2-in.35) 16 (4.000 (1241) Tensile Strength lb (kg) 240. Explosive Charge Type Type SPF Phasing Gun Material Type Standard Standard Gun Thread Pressure Rating psi (bar) 18.22) 7 (2.387 (109 038) 4 (1.44) 11 (3.387 (109 038) Weights Length ft (m) Loaded lb (kg) 5 spf SDP 4 (1.000 (1241) 240.22) 7 (2.000 (1241) 18.000 (1241) 18.41) 111 (50) 126 (57) 233 (106) 240 (109) 329 (150) 99 (45) 109 (50) 197 (89) 205 (93) 277 (126) 99 (45) 155 (70) 197 (89) 267 (121) 351 (159) Spacer lb (kg) 101355271 101210636 101287306 101356077 RDX HMX HNS HNS DP Millennium™ DP Dominator® 5 60° 60° Vann Industry Standard 101293450 100008249 100005322 100005327 101332806 100008014 101233819 101293450 101262511 100008249 100005319 100005324 100005325 100005340 100014352 100157006 101210674 RDX HMX RDX HMX HNS RDX HMX RDX HNS HMX RDX RDX RDX HMX HMX HMX HMX SDP/LD SDP DP DP DP SDP Millennium SDP/LD SDP SDP BH DP DP/LD DP/LD DP BH Millennium 6 60° 60° Standard Standard Vann Industry Standard 18.44) 11 (3.000 (1241) 18.88) 21 (6.88) 21 (6.35) 15 (4.44) 11 (3.387 (109 038) 240.387 (109 038) 12 45°/135° 45°/135° Standard Standard Vann Industry Standard 18.22) 8 (2.000 (1241) 240. Premium VannGun® Assemblies Charge Part No.

000 (187 755) 385.71) 156 (71) 257 (117) 333 (151) 447 (203) 611 (277) 6 spf 32 g DP 4 (1.4 5/8-in.000 (187 755) 385. Premium VannGun® Assemblies Charge Part No.000 (174 633) Weights Length ft (m) Loaded lb (kg) Spacer lb (kg) 101210636 101287306 HMX HNS Millennium™ Millennium 5 60° 60° Vann Vann 5 spf 39 g Millennium 4 (1.000 (174 633) 8 45°/135° 45°/135° Premium Standard Vann Vann 20.000 (1310) Tensile Strength lb (kg) 414.44) 11 (3.44) 11 (3.35) 16 (4.88) 22 (6.22) 8 (2.44) 11 (3.000 (1310) 414.71) 151 (69) 245 (111) 316 (143) 420 (191) 574 (260) 134 (61) 207 (94) 262 (119) 353 (160) 462 (210) 134 (61) 207 (94) 262 (119) 354 (161) 464 (210) 135 (61) 208 (94) 265 (120) 357 (162) 469 (213) 100005322 100005327 101332806 100008014 101293450 100008249 100005311 101228756 100156995 101233690 RDX HMX HNS RDX RDX HMX RDX RDX HMX HMX DP DP DP SDP SDP/LD SDP SH SH/LD SH SH/LD 6 60° 60° Premium Standard Vann Vann 20.22) 8 (2.000 (1379) 19.71) 147 (67) 235 (107) 301 (137) 405 (184) 544 (247) 8 spf SH 4 (1.000 (174 633) Perforating Solutions 5-25 . Explosive Type Charge Type SPF Phasing Gun Material Type Premium Standard Gun Thread Pressure Rating psi (bar) 20.22) 8 (2.000 (1379) 19.000 (1379) 19.000 (1310) 414.88) 22 (6.88) 22 (6.000 (187 755) 385.35) 16 (4.35) 16 (4.

44) 11 (3.88) 22 (6.000 (1310) 414.44) 11 (3.71) 158 (72) 262 (119) 340 (154) 459 (208) 626 (284) 12 spf BH 4 (1.22) 8 (2.88) 22 (6.22) 8 (2.88) 22 (6.000 (1103) 14.44) 11 (3.000 (174 633) Weights Length ft (m) Loaded lb (kg) 11 spf BH 4 (1.000 (965) Tensile Strength lb (kg) 414.22) 8 (2.44) 11 (3.71) 153 (69) 252 (114) 326 (148) 438 (199) 600 (272) 129 (59) 197 (89) 248 (112) 334 (151) 436 (198) Spacer lb (kg) 11 140°/160° 140°/160° Vann Vann 12 30°/150° OMNI™ 30°/150° OMNI Premium Standard Vann Vann 20.35) 16 (4.88) 22 (6.71) 150 (68) 245 (111) 315 (143) 422 (191) 575 (261) 127 (58) 194 (88) 244 (111) 327 (148) 427 (194) 127 (58) 194 (88) 244 (111) 327 (148) 427 (194) 127 (58) 194 (88) 244 (111) 327 (148) 427 (194) 5-26 Perforating Solutions . 100005319 100005326 100157006 120038060 100005324 100014352 101210674 101343830 100005324 100005325 100014352 100005340 101210674 101343830 100005319 100005326 100157006 120038060 100005311 101228756 100156995 101233690 Explosive Type RDX RDX HMX HMX RDX HMX HMX HNS RDX RDX HMX HMX HMX HNS RDX RDX HMX HMX RDX RDX HMX HMX Charge Type BH BH/LD BH BH/LD DP DP Millennium™ DP DP DP/LD DP DP/LD Millennium DP BH BH/LD BH BH/LD SH SH/LD SH SH/LD SPF Phasing Gun Material Type Premium Standard Gun Thread Pressure Rating psi (bar) 16.000 (187 755) 385.35) 16 (4.22) 8 (2.4 5/8-in.000 (187 755) 385.71) 154 (70) 254 (115) 328 (149) 442 (200) 602 (273) 12 spf SH 4 (1.35) 16 (4.35) 16 (4.000 (1379) 19.000 (174 633) 12 spf Millennium 4 (1. Premium VannGun® Assemblies Charge Part No.

000 (187 755) 385.22) 8 (2.000 (1310) 414.35) 16 (4.000 (174 633) Perforating Solutions 5-27 .000 (174 633) Weights Length ft (m) Loaded lb (kg) 14 spf SH 4 (1.88) 22 (6.4 5/8-in.5° Gun Material Type Premium Standard Gun Thread Pressure Rating psi (bar) 20.000 (1379) 19.000 (187 755) 385.5° 25.71) 139 (63) 222 (101) 285 (129) 379 (172) 513 (233) 118 (54) 176 (80) 219 (99) 291 (132) 378 (171) 124 (56) 188 (85) 235 (107) 314 (142) 410 (186) Spacer lb (kg) 14 Vann Vann 100156990 100157005 RDX HMX BH DP 18 45°/135° 45°/135° Premium Standard Vann Vann 20.71) 150 (68) 244 (111) 315 (143) 422 (192) 575 (261) 18 spf 4 (1.44) 11 (3.7°/ 128.000 (1379) 19.7°/ 128.000 (1310) Tensile Strength lb (kg) 414.22) 8 (2. Premium VannGun® Assemblies Charge Part No.44) 11 (3.35) 16 (4. 100005311 100156995 Explosive Type RDX HMX Charge Type SH SH SPF Phasing 25.88) 22 (6.

44) 11 (3.22) 8 (2.22) 8 (2.71) 173 (78) 292 (132) 381 (173) 522 (237) 709 (321) 12 spf SH 4 (1.35) 16 (4.35) 16 (4.4 3/4-in. Explosive Type Charge Type SPF Phasing Gun Material Type Premium Standard Gun Thread Pressure Rating psi (bar) 21.35) 16 (4.000 (1310) Tensile Strength lb (kg) 516.000 (217 724) Weights Length ft (m) Loaded lb (kg) 12 spf BH 4 (1.35) 16 (4.71) 169 (77) 284 (129) 370 (168) 505 (229) 685 (311) 12 spf DP 4 (1.71) 165 (75) 275 (125) 357 (162) 485 (220) 657 (298) 144 (65) 228 (103) 291 (132) 395 (179) 521 (236) 144 (65) 228 (103) 291 (132) 395 (179) 521 (236) 5-28 Perforating Solutions .71) 166 (75) 277 (126) 361 (164) 491 (223) 666 (302) 144 (65) 228 (103) 291 (132) 395 (179) 521 (236) 144 (65) 228 (103) 291 (132) 395 (179) 521 (236) Spacer lb (kg) 100005324 100005325 100014352 100005340 101210674 101343830 100005319 100005326 100157006 120038060 100005311 101228756 100156995 101233690 RDX RDX HMX HMX HMX HNS RDX RDX HMX HMX RDX RDX HMX HMX DP DP/LD DP DP/LD Millennium™ DP BH BH/LD BH BH/LD SH SH/LD SH SH/LD 12 30°/150° OMNI™ 30°/150° OMNI Vann Vann 12 spf Millennium 4 (1.88) 22 (6.88) 22 (6.000 (1447) 19.22) 8 (2.88) 22 (6.22) 8 (2.44) 11 (3. Premium VannGun® Assemblies Charge Part No.44) 11 (3.44) 11 (3.88) 22 (6.000 (234 014) 480.

Explosive Type Charge Type SPF Phasing Gun Material Type Premium Gun Thread Pressure Rating psi (bar) Tensile Strength lb (kg) Weights Length ft (m) Loaded lb (kg) 6 spf SH 4 (1.5° Premium Vann 17.22) 8 (2.35) 16 (4.000 (1241) 427.35) 16 (4.44) 11 (3.000 (193 651) 8 (2.88) 22 (6.35) 16 (4.71) 14 spf SH 177 (80) 286 (130) 368 (167) 504 (228) 667 (302) 152 (69) 230 (104) 288 (131) 386 (175) 503 (228) Perforating Solutions 5-29 .71) 175 (79) 280 (127) 359 (163) 490 (222) 648 (294) 12 spf SH 4 (1.22) 175 (79) 280 (127) 359 (163) 490 (222) 648 (294) 152 (69) 230 (104) 288 (131) 385 (175) 502 (228) 152 (69) 230 (104) 288 (131) 385 (175) 502 (228) Spacer lb (kg) 101321963 RDX Maxim™ 6 45°/135° Vann 101350449 RDX Maxim 8 45°/135° Premium Vann 20.71) 14 25. Premium VannGun® Assemblies Charge Part No.000 (193 651) 4 (1.44) 11 (3.22) 8 (2.88) 22 (6.7°/ 128.000 (193 651) 100005311 101228756 100156995 101233690 101307494 100005311 101228756 100156995 101233690 RDX RDX HMX HMX RDX RDX RDX HMX HMX SH SH/LD SH SH/LD Mirage® SH SH/LD SH SH/LD 12 30°/150° OMNI™ Premium Vann 18.88) 22 (6.000 (1172) 427.000 (1379) 427.5-in.44) 11 (3.

88) 22 (6.35) 16 (4.44) 11 (3.000 (193 651) Weights Length ft (m) Loaded lb (kg) 18 spf SH 4 (1.88) 22 (6. Premium VannGun® Assemblies Charge Part No.000 (1172) Tensile Strength lb (kg) 427.000 (1103) 427.71) 185 (84) 304 (138) 393 (178) 540 (245) 717 (325) 152 (69) 229 (104) 287 (130) 384 (174) 500 (227) 152 (69) 229 (104) 288 (130) 385 (174) 501 (227) Spacer lb (kg) 101268719 RDX SH 18 60°/120° 3/Plane Vann 101292616 RDX BH 21 60°/120° 3/Plane Premium Vann 16.22) 8 (2.71) 181 (82) 296 (134) 383 (174) 527 (239) 701 (318) 21 spf BH 4 (1.5-in. Explosive Type Charge Type SPF Phasing Gun Material Type Premium Gun Thread Pressure Rating psi (bar) 17.35) 16 (4.000 (193 651) 5-30 Perforating Solutions .44) 11 (3.22) 8 (2.

000 (1103) 16.88) 22 (6.71) 181 (82) 290 (132) 372 (169) 505 (229) 672 (305) 12 spf 28 g SH 4 (1.000 (235 868) Weights Length ft (m) Loaded lb (kg) 6 spf SH 4 (1.22) 8 (2. Premium VannGun® Assemblies Charge Part No.35) 16 (4.71) 185 (84) 304 (138) 393 (178) 540 (245) 717 (325) 12 spf 22. 101240223 Explosive Type RDX Charge Type SH SPF Phasing Gun Material Type Premium Gun Thread Pressure Rating psi (bar) 18.44) 11 (3.7 g 4 (1.000 (1103) 520.22) 8 (2.71) 180 (81) 287 (130) 368 (167) 499 (226) 663 (301) 157 (71) 239 (108) 300 (136) 401 (182) 523 (237) 157 (71) 239 (108) 300 (136) 401 (182) 523 (237) 152 (69) 229 (104) 287 (130) 384 (174) 500 (227) Spacer lb (kg) 6 135° Vann 100005319 100005326 100157006 120038060 100005324 100005325 100014352 100005340 101210674 101343830 100005311 101228756 100156995 101233690 101307494 RDX RDX HMX HMX RDX RDX HMX HMX HMX HNS RDX RDX HMX HMX RDX BH BH/LD BH BH/LD DP DP/LD DP DP/LD Millennium™ DP SH SH/LD SH SH/LD Mirage® 12 OMNI™ OMNI Premium Premium Vann Industry Standard 16.000 (239 929) 520.22) 8 (2.35) 16 (4.000 (1241) Tensile Strength lb (kg) 520.44) 11 (3.000 (239 929) Perforating Solutions 5-31 .5 1/8-in.88) 22 (6.35) 16 (4.44) 11 (3.88) 22 (6.

000 (1103) 520.71) 190 (86) 311 (141) 402 (182) 553 (251) 734 (333) 156 (71) 236 (107) 296 (134) 395 (179) 515 (234) 157 (71) 238 (108) 298 (135) 399 (181) 520 (236) 157 (71) 238 (108) 298 (135) 399 (181) 520 (236) Spacer lb (kg) 14 25.44) 11 (3.000 (1103) Tensile Strength lb (kg) 520.44) 11 (3.7°/ 128. 100157007 100157011 Explosive Type RDX HMX Charge Type SH SH SPF Phasing Gun Material Type Premium Gun Thread Pressure Rating psi (bar) 16.88) 22 (6.88) 22 (6.000 (239 929) Weights Length ft (m) Loaded lb (kg) 14 spf 28 g SH 4 (1.22) 8 (2.44) 11 (3.35) 16 (4.71) 186 (84) 302 (137) 389 (176) 531 (241) 708 (321) 21 spf 4 (1.35) 16 (4.5 1/8-in.22) 8 (2.000 (239 929) 5-32 Perforating Solutions .88) 22 (6.35) 16 (4.22) 8 (2.5° Vann 101292616 RDX BH 21 60°/120° 3/Plane Premium Vann 16. Premium VannGun® Assemblies Charge Part No.71) 182 (82) 292 (133) 375 (170) 511 (232) 679 (308) 14 spf 32 g SH 4 (1.

57) 251 (114) 398 (181) 608 (276) 216 (98) 318 (144) 497 (225) 216 (98) 318 (144) 497 (225) Spacer lb (kg) 100156993 100156994 100156992 100156991 RDX HMX HMX RDX DP DP BH BH 12 51.5° 45°/135° Vann Vann 101292616 RDX BH 21 60°/120° Premium Vann 16.35) 16 (4.22) 8 (2.44) 15 (4.000 (232 200) 512.000 (1172) 17. Explosive Type Charge Type SPF Phasing Gun Material Type Premium Gun Thread Pressure Rating psi (bar) 15.22) 8 (2. Premium VannGun® Assemblies Charge Part No.000 (1172) Tensile Strength lb (kg) 512.88) 22 (6.000 (1103) 512.71) 216 (98) 344 (156) 442 (200) 647 (294) 859 (389) 192 (87) 293 (133) 369 (167) 496 (225) 648 (294) 192 (87) 293 (133) 369 (167) 496 (225) 648 (294) Spacer lb (kg) 100157007 101307494 101357518 RDX RDX RDX SH Mirage® Maxim™ 14 10 25.2° Vann Perforating Solutions 5-33 .44) 15 (4.71) 216 (98) 344 (156) 442 (200) 647 (294) 859 (389) 21 spf SH 4 (1.4°/ 154.57) 272 (123) 447 (203) 706 (320) 12 spf BH 4 (1.44) 11 (3. Explosive Type Charge Type SPF Phasing Gun Material Type Premium Premium Gun Thread Pressure Rating psi (bar) 17.88) 22 (6.22) 8 (2.35) 16 (4.5 3/4-in.000 (304 762) Weights Length ft (m) Loaded lb (kg) 12 spf DP 4 (1. Premium VannGun® Assemblies Charge Part No.000 (232 200) 6-in.000 (232 200) Weights Length ft (m) Loaded lb (kg) 14 spf SH 4 (1.7°/ 128.44) 11 (3.000 (1034) Tensile Strength lb (kg) 672.22) 8 (2.

88) 101228037 101304878 101213474 101357518 RDX RDX RDX RDX Mirage Mirage SH SH Maxim 14 138° Premium Vann 15. Explosive Type Charge Type Mirage® Mirage SH SH/LD Maxim™ 4 (1.44) 16 (4.000 (217 687) SPF Phasing Gun Material Type Premium Gun Thread Pressure Rating psi (bar) 15.22) 8 (2.44) 16 (4.44) 16 (4.000 (1034) 480.6 1/2-in.22) 8 (2.000 (217 687) Weights Length ft (m) Loaded lb (kg) Spacer lb (kg) 101228037 101304878 101213474 101212693 101357518 RDX RDX RDX RDX RDX 12 45°/135° Vann 12 spf BH Mirage 4 (1.22) 8 (2. Premium VannGun® Assemblies Charge Part No.22) 8 (2.88) 275 (125) 431 (195) 733 (333) 12 spf SH/LD 277 (126) 435 (197) 743 (337) 240 (109) 354 (160) 582 (264) 240 (109) 354 (160) 582 (264) 14 spf SH Mirage 4 (1.88) 277 (124) 437 (198) 754 (342) 14 spf SH 4 (1.88) 283 (128) 451 (205) 784 (355) 240 (109) 354 (160) 582 (264) 240 (109) 354 (160) 582 (264) 5-34 Perforating Solutions .44) 16 (4.000 (1034) Tensile Strength lb (kg) 480.

22) 8 (2.000 (1379) Tensile Strength lb (kg) 719.000 (1379) 480.22) 8 (2.6 1/2-in.88) 298 (135) 476 (216) 824 (370) 12 spf SH/LD 300 (136) 481 (218) 834 (378) 268 (121) 410 (186) 684 (310) 268 (121) 410 (186) 684 (310) 14 spf SH Mirage 4 (1.88) 300 (136) 482 (219) 841 (382) 14 spf SH 4 (1.44) 16 (4.44) 16 (4.000 (217 687) SPF Phasing Gun Material Type Premium Gun Thread Pressure Rating psi (bar) 20.44) 16 (4. Explosive Type Charge Type Mirage® Mirage SH SH SH/LD Maxim™ 4 (1.44) 16 (4.22) 8 (2.22) 8 (2.88) 305 (138) 496 (225) 871 (395) 268 (121) 410 (186) 684 (310) 268 (121) 410 (186) 684 (310) Perforating Solutions 5-35 . High-Pressure Premium VannGun® Assemblies Charge Part No.88) 101228037 101304878 101213474 101357518 RDX RDX RDX RDX Mirage Mirage SH SH Maxim 14 138° Premium Vann 20.000 (326 132) Weights Length ft (m) Loaded lb (kg) Spacer lb (kg) 101228037 101304878 101213474 101212693 101357518 RDX RDX RDX RDX RDX 12 45°/135° Vann 12 spf BH Mirage 4 (1.

44) 16 (4.22) 8 (2.22) 8 (2. Premium VannGun® Assemblies Charge Part No.000 (363 719) Weights Length ft (m) Loaded lb (kg) Spacer lb (kg) 100005325 100005340 101228037 101304878 101213474 101212693 101207997 101357518 RDX HMX RDX RDX RDX RDX HMX RDX DP/LD DP/LD Mirage® Mirage SH SH/LD Millennium™ Maxim™ 12 45°/135° 45°/135° Vann Industry Standard 12 spf BH Mirage 4 (1.44) 16 (4. Explosive Type Charge Type SPF Phasing Gun Material Type Premium Premium Gun Thread Pressure Rating psi (bar) 13.000 (897) 802.000 (363 719) 802.88) 326 (148) 494 (224) 831 (377) 12 spf SH/LD 4 (1.000 (897) Tensile Strength lb (kg) 802.44) 16 (4.44) 16 (4.22) 8 (2.000 (897) 13.88) 334 (151) 515 (234) 877 (398) 291 (132) 420 (190) 677 (307) 291 (132) 420 (190) 677 (307) 5-36 Perforating Solutions .000 (363 719) 356 (161) 565 (256) 984 (446) 292 (132) 421 (191) 679 (308) 14 spf SH Mirage 4 (1.44) 16 (4.88) 101228037 101304878 101213474 101357518 RDX RDX RDX RDX Mirage Mirage SH SH Maxim 14 138° Premium Vann 13.88) 328 (149) 499 (226) 841 (381) 292 (132) 421 (191) 679 (308) 292 (132) 421 (191) 679 (308) 12 spf Millennium 4 (1.22) 8 (2.7-in.22) 8 (2.88) 328 (149) 501 (227) 847 (384) 14 spf SH 4 (1.

000 (897) Tensile Strength lb (kg) 802. Explosive Type Charge Type Mirage® SPF Phasing Gun Material Type Premium Gun Thread Pressure Rating psi (bar) 13.7-in.44) 16 (4.88) 334 (151) 515 (234) 877 (398) 291 (132) 420 (190) 677 (307) Perforating Solutions 5-37 .22) 8 (2.44) 16 (4.000 (1379) 802. Premium VannGun® Assemblies Charge Part No.000 (363 719) Weights Length ft (m) Loaded lb (kg) Spacer lb (kg) 101414821 HMX 18 60°/120° Vann 18 spf SH Mirage 4 (1.88) 334 (151) 515 (234) 877 (398) 291 (132) 420 (190) 677 (307) 101414821 HMX Mirage 18 60°/120° Premium Vann 20.22) 8 (2.000 (363 719) 18 spf SH Mirage XHP 4 (1.

79 3.36 6 6. 9 5/8 in.125 3.745 1.5 7 6.5 in. 5-38 Perforating Solutions .26 4.15 Maximum Shot (Density) per foot SPF 4 6 4 6 4 6 4 5 6 9 4 6 12 6 5 6 8 11 12 14 12 14 18 6 12 14 21 12 14 12 14 Minimum Casing Size (for washing over w/o milling guns) 4 in. 39 #/ft 9 5/8 in.125 5. 26 #/ft/** 7 5/8 in.87 4. 9.67 2. 15 #/ft 5.3 5.25 3.4 #/ft *Worst Case-Atmospheric pressure.76 7.75 2.41 5. but washover pipe to be used is not a common size and is difficult to find.203 TBD* 2.68 3.87 4.09 3.5 4.96 4.Gun Washover/Fishing Specifications Gun Size in. 29-lb casing.68 3. **It is possible to washover 5 in.2 5 5.86 4. submerged in water.5 in.38 5. 13. Gun OD in.53 4 4.5 #/ft 4.88 4.5 #/ft 5 in.166 2.375 3.625 4.21 5.5 in.14 7. 35 #/ft 7 in.563 2 4 in.97 2.* (Gun OD after shooting) 1.79 6. 71.76 2. 2. 23 #/ft 6 5/8 in. 35 #/ft 7 in.8 #/ft 9 5/8 in. 1.23 5. 58.79 5. guns in 7 in.

8 Millennium MaxForce® MaxForce DP Millennium II™ DP LD SDP DP DP LD BH SDP Millennium Millennium Millennium Millennium HNS Millennium Dominator® Millennium 7 10 11 11.915 2 7/8 2 7/8 HW 2.695 3.892 2.060 3.260 4.568 8 12 12 3 1/2 4 6 4 7 180 30/150 60 90 150 air water water 3.7 12.600 3 3/8 6 60 100008249 101207640 60 LS 60 100008249 101233819 101309223 100008251 100008251 100005312 101309223 101210636 101228756 water 3.705 2.546 air 3.047 3.600 3.1 13 13 14.38 6 6 6 6 5 G-Force® 60 60 60 60 60 180 60 water air water HMX water water air 3.810 2.529 2.853 2 3/4 6 60 100005329 100158220 101206793 100010399 101233817 60 LS 101233817 101233817 101233817 101388407 101388406 101320075 101233817 100005322 100005327 100005327 100008249 100005333 air 2.971 2.88 3 1/8 3.760 1.954 2.193 2.177 2.42 3.893 2.645 3.520 3.555 3.781 2.5 25 15 32 DP 32 32 SDP DP SDP SDP LD SDP Millennium Dominator 25 22 25 24 25 25 25 14 BH 14 14 Dominator Millennium SH LD 25 39 28 2 6 0 60 water 2.850 water 2.38 2 1/2 6 6 4 5 60 60 22 LS 180 water 2.246 2.5 12.7 14.Gun Swell Information Gun OD 1 9/16 Charge Shot Phase deg 60 0 0 60 Test Results Explosive Weight gm 3.845 4.333 3.898 2.044 3.280 Perforating Solutions 5-39 .680 2.225 air water water air 2. 100157028 100157028 100008017 100008017 101208224 101208224 101603801* 101590845 101206251 101418095* 100158220 100158220 100157026 100005329 Type Millennium™ Tested In Air/Water water air Maximum Swell in.497 3.5 17.615 3.705 2.5 13 14.458 3.610 3. 1.7 15 15 15 15 18.4 SPF 6 4 Charge Part No.221 SDP 6.592 4 90 180 water 3.676 3.

202 5. 4.762 7. 5-40 Perforating Solutions .125 7.868 4.7 32 20 34 21 47 56. or systems that are not listed.840 4.895 4.487 4.945 6.730 5.685 6.7/128.696 4.210 5.780 4.25 Charge Shot Phase deg 150 180 10/350 60 45/135 60 Test Results Explosive Weight gm 28 32 39 39 56. please contact your local Halliburton representative.207 water 5.5 45/135 135 30/150 25.834 4.813 6 8 4 5/8 11 180 100005326 100005311 DP LD SH DP DP LD BH LD SH SH LD SH BH Maxim™ SH SH LD SH BH SH BH LD SH BH SH LD BH Mirage BH SH LD SH LD SH LD SH BH LD ® 140/160 100005324 100014352 100005340 12 30/150 100005326 100005311 101228756 28 4.5 56.5 32 32 23 23 28 22.268 5.944 4.229 60/120 45/135 30/150 25.Gun Swell Information Gun OD 4.790 14 18 8 12 5 14 18 21 6 5 1/8 12 14 21 5 3/4 14 21 14 12 12 12 7 14 18 25.5 22.7/128. All tests were conducted at ambient temperature and pressure.770 4.7/128.198 5. It can be used as a general guideline for all explosives.196 28 5.143 7. If you have questions regarding these systems.7 22.5 100005311 100156990 101350449 100005311 100005311 101228756 101269719 101292616 101240223 100005326 100157007 101292616 101272769 101292616 101304878 101212693 101212693 101210063 101213474 101498239 20 47 water 4.413 5.876 4.7 23 22.5 60/120 25.806 4.5 56. 101228756 100005327 101466192 101210636 101321963 100005327 100005327 100005326 Type SH LD DP KleenZone™ Millennium™ SH DP Tested In Air/Water water water water air water air water air Maximum Swell in.304 5.860 4.5 45 water water water water water water water 5.7 water SPF 8 G-Force® 4 5 Charge Part No.130 6 1/2 6 1/2 HP *Special gun length requirements The above chart was taken from actual tests conducted by Halliburton Technology on RDX and HMX charges.7/128.705 4.715 6.065 6.925 4.5 3/plane 60 138 45/135 45/135 45/135 138 3/plane 60 21 56.332 5.904 4.

6875-in. system rated at 15. Applications • 2. gun systems at 4-spf and 6-spf • 1. system rated at 14.000 psi and up to 370°F (HMX version) in dry gas or fluid • 2.Capsule Gun Systems Dyna-Star® Capsule Gun Jet Research Center’s Dyna-Star® capsule gun is an economical. This system is partially expendable and uses a stainless steel strip in its through-tubing technology.6875-in. second-generation capsule perforating system.125-in. Contact JRC for more information Features • Deep penetrating charges • Uses same charges as the Dyna-Cap® four-wire strip gun to minimize inventory • Available in 0° phasing • Rollover sleeves to keep the gun in its optimum orientation • Can cut guns to required length in the field • Economical operation • Can use 18-ft long strips without tandem • Ease of gun retrieval after shooting Dyna-Star® Capsule Gun Perforating Solutions HAL11757 5-41 . and 1.125-in.000 psi and up to 370°F (HMX version) in dry gas or fluid • Rated up to 370°F (HMX version) in dry gas or fluid— may be used in hostile environments only if special precautions are taken.

fluid. state-of-the-art. allowing easier retrieval • Hardware offset in conjunction with charge center gravity to optimize gun stability and orientation • Corrosion-resistant steel alloy charge cases and carrier strips permit the use of the Deep Star system in hostile environments • No gaps in shot pattern at joints in strips • Ease of gun removal after shooting 2. and octaphase • Compatible interval coverage with the innovative “gullwing” tandem (patented). high temperature. which minimizes strip deformation.125-in. system-patent pending) attained using hydrodynamic modeling techniques • Most available in seven phasings: 0°. 90° spiral. pentaphase. OD gun systems • Rated at 15.000 psi and 350°F in dry gas.Deep Star™ Capsule Gun Jet Research Center's Deep Star™ perforating system is a third-generation.6875-in. heptaphase. 90° downside. Applications • 2. through-tubing capsule perforating system with improved charge performance and running characteristics. triphase (patented). or hostile environments • Higher ratings available upon request • Designed for deep. and 1. high pressure wells Features • Extremely deep penetrating charges • Higher shot densities without charge interference (up to 8-spf with the 1.125-in.6875-in. 90° Spiral Phase Deep Star™ Capsule Gun 5-42 HAL11758 Perforating Solutions .

188 (4.0 32.995 2.71) 0.6 15.03) 0.0 2.3 11.028 (0.215 (5.0 33.39) 0.892 6.63) 0.69) 0.67) 0. Fill data is approximate.50) 0.8 0.765 8.143 (3.099 (2.5 9.70) 0.920 (23. 0.125-in.2 1.017 (0.7 47.034 (0.1.080 (2.409 (10.45) 0. Inches of Fill Per Charge 0.4 1. Charge in. and 2.681 Fill per 1 11/16-in.89) 0.43) Fill per 2 1/8-in.03) 0.6 0.7 6.6875-in.080 (2. (mm) 0.81) 0.066 (1. When shot in gas.303 (7.106 (2. Charge in.0 Pipe ID in. (mm) 0.2 HAL11759 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 Pipe ID (inches) 7 8 9 10 11 Deep Star™ Fill Data (Shot in Water) Pipe OD in. the debris is smaller and will occupy less volume.61) 0.441 2.476 4.049 (1.88) 0.408 4.36) 0.322 (8.992 3. 2.053 (1.125-in.6875-in. Deep Star™ Debris Fill Data 1.229 (5. 2 3/8 2 7/8 3 1/2 4 4 1/2 5 5 1/2 7 7 5/8 9 5/8 Pipe Weight lb/ft 4. 1.153 (3.17) 0.0 11.37) 0.79) 0.094 6.23) Notes: 1.000 4.0 17.615 (15. Perforating Solutions 5-43 .

Applications • Multi-zone shooting on a single run with select fire subs • Hostile environment • Short guns available for squeeze applications Features • Charges are protected from well fluids. formation pressure. Ported Gun 5-44 Perforating Solutions .125-in.Ported Gun Perforating System Jet Research Center’s ported gun perforating systems provide users with economical. reusable guns for multi-purpose applications. to 5-in.125-in. and abrasion • Debris retained in hollow carrier • Carrier protects casing from detonation shock • Charges for high-temperature environments are available upon request • Charges are tested to API standards • Charges are designed to minimize internal damage to the gun body. gun sizes • Big-hole and deep penetrating charges • 90° and 120° phasing (other phase angles available upon request) HAL11760 3. prolonging life • The gun design has minimized charge interference Options • 3.

Note: The eutectic material utilized actually melts at 117°F.03) 6P Acme Box × Pin Maximum OD in.75 (69. (mm) 2 (50. When the metal is in a solid state. 100155745 101204860 100155746 Thread Size and Type in. To help prevent accidental gun detonation when lowering or retrieving unfired guns. the DID assembly will not prevent detonation.8) 6 Acme 2G 2 3/8 (60.73) Makeup Length ft (m) 1. consult your local Halliburton representative.70 (1. the firing head could detonate. For more information.50 (63.000 (54 885) 140. For safe operation.33) 6P Acme Box × Pin 2 7/8 (73. but the explosive train will not transmit through the interrupt device to the guns.000 (111 500) Maximum temperature is determined by explosives. These ratings are guidelines only. This device contains a eutectic metal that has a very low melting point. At 117°F or above. it should be assumed that detonation transfer will occur if the tool is at or above 110°F. (mm) 2. When exposed to the bottomhole temperature (minimum 135°F for operational purposes).5) 2.04 (0.58 (0. the metal returns to a solid state upon reaching a cooler surface temperature. Perforating Solutions 5-45 . the metal becomes liquid.000 (1725) Minimum Required Temperature Rating °F (°C) 135 (57) 135 (57) 135 (57) Tensile Strength lb (kg) 121.13) 3. HAL10519 Detonation Interruption Device Detonation Interruption Device (DID) Specifications SAP No.Firing Heads Detonation Interruption Device The detonation interruption device (DID) provides added safety for the VannSystem® service by helping to prevent firing at surface conditions.48) 3.85) 3.375 (85.93) Maximum Operating Pressure psi (bar) N/A 20. allowing the transfer of the explosive train from the firing head to the gun.000 (1380) 25.000 (63 400) 246. Features • Compatible with other firing heads • Disables transmission of explosive train at the surface • Used with redundant firing heads Operation The eutectic metal will remain solid as the assembly lowers into the hole (assuming the tool temperature is below 117°F).

Temperature rating is determined by explosives.000 (107 900) 100155741 100005223 100005228 Burst and collapse pressures are determined by handling sub. The firing pin is driven into a percussion detonator.53 (38.56 (39.62) Tensile Strength (FH Body) lb (kg) 60.375 (85. This firing pin must be hit with enough force to shear the spiral pin.33) EUE 8 Rd Pin × 2 7/8 (73. which fires the guns. Operation The operation of the MFH depends on the amount of force delivered to the firing pin by the detonating bar.26) NU 10 Rd Pin 1.51) 8 UN 2 B Box × 1.92 (1. Whenever it is used on a job.8) 2.Mechanical Firing Head The extended mechanical firing head (MFH) is a special application tool. For more information.45) 4. These ratings are guidelines only. (mm) 1 7/16 (36.90 (48.000 (1380) 20.86) 1.92 (1. It should be used only when well conditions preclude the use of an alternate firing device.03) 6P Acme Box Maximum OD in.56 (39.73) Makeup Length (w/Tubing Sub) ft (m) 1.75 (69.90 (48. the MFH must be used according to Halliburton standard operating procedures.000 (27 200) 140. HAL15358 Mechanical Firing Head (MFH) Mechanical Firing Head (MFH) Specifications SAP No.50) Maximum Operating Pressure psi (bar) 20. which holds the firing pin in place. 5-46 HAL15376 Firing Head Sub-Assembly Perforating Solutions .000 (1380) 20.000 (1380) Minimum ID (No-Go) in. Thread Size and Type in. consult your local Halliburton representative.0 (50.50) 4. (mm) 2.000 (63 400) 238.85) 3.62) 1. The detonation interruption device (DID) and a minimum of 10 ft of safety spacer must always be used with the MFH.26) NU 10 Rd Pin × 2 3/8 (60. and to detonate the initiator.48 (.33) 6P Acme Box 2 3/8 (60. (mm) 1.

Model II-D Mechanical Firing Head
The model II-D mechanical firing head is a pressure-assisted mechanical firing head. The detonating bar strikes the firing pin, releasing the firing piston. Hydrostatic pressure then forces the firing piston into the initiator. Features • Cannot be detonated accidentally at surface • Ideal for use in mud environments where spudding may be necessary • Used in deviated wells Operation The model II-D firing head requires a minimum of 1,500 psi hydrostatic pressure in the tubing to actuate the firing head properly. Adding more pressure to the tubing after the detonating bar has struck the firing pin will not actuate the firing head.

Model II-D Mechanical Firing Head

Model II-D Mechanical Firing Head Assembly

Model II-D Mechanical Firing Head Specifications
SAP No. Thread Size and Type in. (mm) 1.90 (48.26) EUE 10 Rd Pin × 2 3/8 (60.33) 6P Acme Box 2 3/8 (60.33) EUE 8 Rd Pin × 2 7/8 (73.03) 6P Acme Maximum OD in. (mm) 2.75 (69.85) 3.375 (85.73) Minimum ID (No-Go) in. (mm) 1.56 (39.62) 1.56 (39.62) Makeup Length (w/tubing sub) ft (m) 4.92 (1.50) 4.92 (1.50) Maximum Operating Pressure psi (bar) 20,000 (1380) 20,000 (1380) Minimum Operating Pressure psi (bar) 1,500 (103) 1,500 (103) Tensile Strength (FH body) lb (kg) 140,000 (63 400) 238,000 (107 900)

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Perforating Solutions

HAL15378

HAL15377

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Model III-D Mechanical Firing Head
The model III-D mechanical firing head is a pressure-assisted mechanical firing head. The detonating bar strikes the firing pin, releasing the firing piston. Hydrostatic pressure then forces the firing piston into the initiator. The model III-D firing head requires a minimal amount of hydrostatic pressure to actuate the firing head. Features • Cannot be detonated accidentally at surface • Requires minimal hydrostatic pressure to actuate the firing head Operation The model III-D firing head requires a minimum of 250 psi hydrostatic pressure in the tubing to actuate the firing head properly. This minimal actuating pressure is ideal for applications that require maximum differential pressures. If a detonating bar is dropped on the model III-D firing head with less than 250 psi hydrostatic pressure in the tubing, and the head does not fire, increasing the hydrostatic pressure in the tubing may cause it to fire.
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Model III-D Mechanical Firing Head

Model III-D Mechanical Firing Head Assembly

Model III-D Mechanical Firing Head Specifications
SAP No. Thread Size and Type in. (mm) 1.90 (48.26) EUE 10 Rd Pin × 2 3/8 (60.33) 6P Acme Box 2 3/8 (60.33) EUE 8 Rd Pin × 2 7/8 (73.03) 6P Acme Box Maximum OD in. (mm) 2.75 (69.85) 3.375 (85.73) Minimum ID (No-Go) in. (mm) 1.56 (39.62) 1.56 (39.62) Makeup Length (w/Tubing Sub) ft (m) 4.92 (1.50) 4.92 (1.50) Maximum Operating Pressure psi (bar) 8,000 (550) 8,000 (550) Minimum Operating Pressure psi (bar) 250 (17) 250 (17) Tensile Strength (FH Body) lb (kg) 140,000 (63 400) 238,000 (107 900)

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Perforating Solutions

Pressure-Actuated Firing Head
The 1 11/16-in. pressure-actuated firing head (PAF) can run with small-OD tubing or coiled tubing to detonate small-OD perforating guns. The PAF is detonated by applied pressure. Features • Can be run on the top and bottom of the gun assembly • Initiates a bridge-plug setting tool • Initiates tubing cutters • Detonates tubing punch charges for squeeze or circulating jobs • Can be run to remain closed after detonation • Can be modified to be run as a slickline-retrievable firing head and a time-delay firing head (TDF) Operation The 1 11/16-in. PAF consists of an upper housing with circulating ports, a firing piston that is shear-pinned in place across the circulating ports, and an initiator contained in a lower housing. Pressure applied to the tubing string shears the shear set, which forces the firing piston into the initiator to detonate the explosive component attached to the PAF. The downward movement of the firing piston opens the circulating ports.

Pressure-Actuated Firing Head (PAF) Specifications
SAP No. Thread Size and Type in. (mm) 1.315 (33.40) NU-10 Rd Pin × 17/16 (36.51) 8 UN-2 B Box Maximum OD in. (mm) 1.688 (42.88) No. and ID of Ports in. (mm) 2 @ 0.75 (19.05) Flow Area of Ports in.2 (cm2) 0.88 (5.68) Makeup Length ft (m) 0.73 (0.22) Maximum Operating Pressure psi (bar) 17,000 (1170) Minimum Operating Pressure psi (bar) 2,200 (150) Tensile Strength lb (kg) 65,000 (29 400) Collapse Pressure psi (bar) 27,000 (1860)

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Perforating Solutions

HAL10561

Pressure-Actuated Firing Head (PAF)

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Model K and K-II Firing Heads
The model K and K-II firing heads were developed for conditions that are unfavorable for dropping a detonating bar in a horizontal well. The model K and K-II firing heads are pressuresensitive tools designed to hydraulically detonate at a prescribed pressure. These firing heads use tubing pressure applied to a piston-type firing pin. Features • Allows the operator to determine the exact time of firing the guns since the firing heads require a predetermined pressure before the guns can fire • Works with full-opening or non-fullopening downhole tools • Ideal for balanced or overbalanced perforating • Can be used for dual completions, drillstem testing, or production perforating • Well-suited for highly deviated well completions • Can be run on the top or bottom of the perforating assembly • Can be easily redressed Operation The model K and K-II firing heads are designed to provide a reliable and costeffective method for firing guns using hydrostatic pressure. Each firing head contains a firing piston that is shearpinned in place above an initiator. The number of shear pins used varies for each well situation. When enough hydrostatic pressure is applied to the piston, the shear pins shear, thereby allowing the firing pin on the lower end of the piston to be driven into the initiator. This action detonates the guns. These firing heads do not have a built-in delay.

Model K-II Firing Head

Model K Firing Head Specifications
SAP No. Thread Size and Type in. (mm) 2 7/8 (73.03) EUE 8 Rd Box × 2 7/8 (73.03) 6P Acme Box Maximum OD in. (mm) 3.375 (85.73) Makeup Length ft (m) 1.25 (0.38) Maximum Operating Pressure psi (bar) 13,000 (895) Minimum Operating Pressure psi (bar) 4,000 (275) Tensile Strength lb (kg) 220,000 (99 700) Collapse Pressure psi (bar) 30,000 (2070)

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Model K-II Firing Head Specifications
SAP No. Thread Size and Type in. (mm) 1.90 (48.26) EUE 10 Rd Pin × 2 3/8 (60.33) 6P Acme Box 2 7/8 (73.03) EUE 8 Rd Box × 2 7/8 (73.03) 6P Acme Box Maximum OD in. (mm) 2.75 (69.85) 3.375 (85.73) Makeup Length ft (m) 1.24 (0.38) 1.64 (0.50) Maximum Operating Pressure psi (bar) 19,500 (1345) 19,500 (1345) Minimum Operating Pressure psi (bar) 4,000 (275) 4,000 (275) Tensile Strength lb (kg) 187,000 (84 800) 220,000 (99 700) Collapse Pressure psi (bar) 25,000 (1725) 30,000 (2070)

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Perforating Solutions

HAL15381

Model KV-II Firing Head
The model KV-II firing head makes the firing of the guns and the opening of the vent one operation rather than two. This tool allows the operator more accurate control of when the vent opens in relation to when the guns fire. Features • Useful in wells with open perforations where it is not possible to pressure up on the wellbore to actuate a firing head • Useful in perforating and stimulation jobs where the tubing pressure exceeds the limitations of the casing • Useful because the firing head and vent operate at one pressure • Ideal for deviated wells • Piston mechanically locked after firing Operation In many tubing conveyed perforating applications, it is either desirable or necessary to keep the tubing closed until the guns have been detonated. In the past, the tubing was kept closed by a firing head with some type of vent assembly. Coordination between the two tools was sometimes hard to achieve, and the vent often opened either too soon or too late. The model KV-II firing head combines a firing head and a vent assembly. In the model KV-II firing head, a piston is sheared to cause the guns to detonate and the ports to open and equalize (or vent) pressure. This venting feature allows operators to run the tubing in the hole dry if needed. In the standard KV-II firing head, the ports in the tool open the instant the firing head is actuated and the guns detonate. To delay the gun detonation, one or more delay devices may be added to the assembly.

HAL15459

Model KV-II Firing Head

Model KV-II Firing Head Specifications
SAP No. Thread Size and Type in. (mm) 2 3/8 (60.33) EUE 8 Rd Pin × 2 3/8 (60.33) 6P Acme Box 2 7/8 (72.88) EUE 8 Rd Pin × 2 7/8 (72.88) 6P Acme Box Maximum OD in. (mm) 2.75 (69.85) 3.375 (85.73) Flow Area in.2 (cm2) 2.79 (18.0) 3.14 (20.27) Minimum Makeup Length ft (m) 1.33 (0.41) 1.43 (0.44) Maximum Operating Pressure psi (bar) 25,000 (1725) 25,000 (1725) Minimum Operating Pressure psi (bar) 3,000 (206) 4,000 (275) Maximum Differential Pressure psi (bar) 15,000 (1035) 15,000 (1035) Tensile Strength lb (kg) 145,000 (65 700) 235,000 (106 600)

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Perforating Solutions

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Time-Delay Firer
The time-delay firer (TDF) allows under- or overbalanced perforating through the use of a pressure-actuated firing head with a time-delay fuse. The delay fuse allows 4 to 6 minutes for adjusting the actuating pressure in the tubing to achieve the desired pressure before firing the guns. Features • Allows independent perforating of selected zones • Allows maximum use of under- or overbalanced pressure • Can be run in heavy mud systems • Can be used with full-opening or non-full-opening tools • Reduces cost by allowing the running of multiple guns without gun spacers • Ideal for production completions, drillstem testing, and dual completions • Recommended for running on the top and bottom of gun assemblies • Allows additional time-delay elements as needed for increasing delay time
HAL15382

Operation The TDF is run with a predetermined number of shear pins for specific well conditions. The tubing is pressured to the maximum actuating pressure slowly. The maximum pressure shears the pins in the shear set and forces the firing piston into the primer. The primer ignites the pyrotechnic delay fuse. The delay fuse burns for a predetermined time (between 4 and 6 minutes) depending on the bottomhole temperature and detonates the perforating assembly.

Time-Delay Firer (TDF)

Time-Delay Firer (TDF) Specifications
SAP No. Thread Size and Type in. (mm) 1 7/16 (36.51) 8 UN-2 B Box × 1.315 (33.4) NU-10 Rd Pin 1.90 (48.26) EUE 10 Rd Pin × 2 (50.8) 6P Acme Box 2 7/8 (73.03) EUE 8 Rd Pin × 2 7/8 (73.03) 6P Acme Box Maximum OD in. (mm) 1.688 (42.88) 2.50 (63.5) 3.375 (85.73) Makeup Length ft (m) 2.16 (0.65) 1.69 (0.52) 1.81 (0.55) Maximum Operating Pressure psi (bar) 21,500 (1482) 25,000 (1723) 13,000 (895) Minimum Operating Pressure psi (bar) 2,200 (150) 4,000 (275) 4,000 (275) Temperature Rating °F (°C) 425 (218) for 200 hours 425 (218) for 200 hours 350 (176) for 500 hours Tensile Strength lb (kg) 56,000 (25 400) 120,000 (54 432) 220,000 (99 700) Collapse Pressure psi (bar) 26,300 (1813) 30,000 (2070) 30,000 (2070)

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Perforating Solutions

Multiaction-Delay Firing Head
The multiaction-delay firing head is a pressure-actuated redundant firing system that can be run with any one of several other firing heads. Features • Allows the use of a redundant firing head without having a firing head on the bottom of the gun string • Allows multiple redundancy when a multiaction firing head is placed on both the top and bottom of the gun string • Allows operators to postpone the decision of whether to use the bar drop or pressure side of the firing head as the primary firing mechanism • Allows use of additional delay elements Operation One side of the multiaction firing head will always be pressure-actuated. The other side of the firing head may be a bar drop-type head or another pressure-actuated firing head. Either side of the firing head may be used as the primary or backup firing system.

Multiaction-Delay Firing Head

Multiaction-Delay Firing Head Specifications
SAP No. Thread Size and Type in. (mm) 2 3/8 (60.33) 6P Acme Box × Pin 2 7/8 (73.03) 6P Acme Box × Pin Maximum OD in. (mm) 3.10 (78.74) 3.375 (85.73) Makeup Length ft (m) 3.41 (1.04) 3.41 (1.04) Maximum Operating Pressure psi (bar) 18,000 (1240) 25,000 (1725) Minimum Operating Pressure psi (bar) 4,000 (275) 4,000 (275) Tensile Strength lb (kg) 170,000 (77 100) 201,000 (91 100) Collapse Pressure psi (bar) 22,000 (1515) 29,000 (2000)

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Perforating Solutions

HAL10511

5-53

Annulus Pressure Firer-Control Line
The annulus pressure firer-control line (APF-C) was developed as a dual-firing system that allows the perforating guns to be detonated by annular pressure, a drop bar, or tubing pressure. The APF-C system consists of a pressure transfer reservoir, a sleeve through the packer mandrel, an adapter below the packer, and a control line to transmit pressure from the annulus above the packer to the APF-C firing head assembly on top of the guns. Any of the mechanical or pressure-firing heads can be attached to the top of the APF-C firing head. Features • Can be used with non-full-opening test tools and partially filled tubing strings • Can be used for drillstem testing or shoot-and-pull for gravel packs • Can be used wherever a pressureactuated tool is desirable • Ideal for deviated wells • Provides a system of two firing heads on top of the guns
HAL10515

• Can be run with a mechanical or pressure-actuated firing head as a secondary firing mechanism • Enhances safety because the annulusoperated portion is pressure balanced before the packer is set and the tester valve is opened Operation The APF-C system depends on the transfer of annular pressure through the packer down to the APF-C firing head. This pressure creates a differential pressure across the mandrel where the firing piston is housed. When the predetermined differential pressure is reached, the pins shear and the mandrel moves up and releases the firing piston, which is driven down by rathole pressure. The piston strikes the firing pin which detonates the initiator. The operation of the drop bar or pressure-actuated firing head depends on which firing head system is used.

Annulus Pressure Firer-Control Line (APF-C) Firing Head

Annulus Pressure Firer-Control Line (APF-C) Specifications
SAP No. Thread Size and Type in. (mm) 2 7/8 (73.03) 6P Acme Box × Pin Maximum OD in. (mm) 3.68 (93.47) Makeup Length ft (m) 3.70 (1.13) Maximum Operating Pressure psi (bar) 20,000 (1380) Minimum Operating Pressure psi (bar) 250 (17) Tensile Strength lb (kg) 174,000 (78 900) Collapse Pressure psi (bar) 17,000 (1170)

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Perforating Solutions

37 (60.00) Minimum ID in. consult your local Halliburton representative.45) 2.000 (1310) Temperature rating is determined by o-rings. Perforating Solutions 5-55 .000 (1515) 19.00 (50.000 (266 200) HAL15440 22.8) Top Assembly 3 1/2 4 IF Box x 3 7/8 6 Stub Acme Pin 4 1/2 4 IF Box x Pin Lower Assembly 2 7/8 (73.000 (148 700) Burst Pressure psi (bar) 18. The APTR is the mechanism that transmits pressure from above the packer to a differential pressure or pressureactuated firing (PAF) head on top of the perforating assembly. The pressure is ported to a control-line sub on the lower end of the packer.34 (1.000 (1240) Collapse Pressure psi (bar) 15.32) 1.90) EUE 8 Rd Pin Length Above Packer ft (m) 5.55) Length Below Packer ft (m) 1.20) 4.000 (1035) 100156028 101016453 6.09 (1.12 (155.3) 4-IF Box x 3 1/2 (88. These ratings are guidelines only. (mm) 5.31) Tensile Strength lb (kg) 328. For more information. (mm) 2.02 (0. Annulus Pressure Transfer Reservoir Packer Bottom Connection Packer Top Connection Lower Control-Line Housing HAL15439 Annulus Pressure Transfer Reservoir (APTR) Annulus Pressure Transfer Reservoir (APTR) Specifications SAP No. A stainless steel control line connects the APTR to the pressure-responsive firing head on the perforating assembly. Maximum OD in.00 (127.03) EUE 8 Rd Box x Pin 4 1/2 (114.Annulus Pressure Transfer Reservoir The annulus pressure transfer reservoir (APTR) is an integral component of the annulus pressure firer-control line (APF-C).41) 587.33 (0. Features • Features a full-opening ID • Compatible with mud environments • Adapted for RTTS™ and CHAMP® IV packers • Ideal for applications that require a partial fluid column in the tubing string • Eliminates the need for nitrogen Operation The APTR transmits annulus pressure into a microannulus created by the packer mandrel and the APTR mandrel.

2) Maximum Operating Pressure psi (bar) 20. Ball Valve Annular Pressure Transfer Sub Safety Joint Retrievable Packer Flow Ports Firing Head VannGun Assembly HAL15403 ® Slimhole Annulus Pressure Firer— Internal Control (APF-IC) Installation Slimhole Annulus Pressure Firer—Internal Control (APF-IC) Specifications SAP No.5) Min ID in. (mm) 3. a single tube mandrel runs through the packer.13-in.13 (79. (APF-IC) firing head is designed for use with the 5-in. APF-C with diameter reductions in many of the component parts to achieve a true 3. replacing the series of threaded tube mandrels from the larger APTR systems. a series of concentric tubes below the packer replaces the control line from larger APTR systems. Thread Size and Type 2 3/4-in.25 (31. and 9 5/8-in.000 (39 463) Burst Pressure psi (bar) N/A Collapse Pressure psi (bar) 10. Only two design changes have been implemented in the new 5-in. Second. of Ports Makeup Length ft (m) 56.75) No. Annulus Pressure Transfer Reservoir— Internal Control The slimhole 3 1/8-in. Annulus Pressure Transfer Reservoir The slimhole annulus pressure transfer reservoir (APTR) system assembles in a similar manner to the 7-in. The firing head design remains the same as the 3 3/8-in.41 (17. APTR system with internal control. Internal Control Concentric tubes eliminate the need for an external control line in slimhole casing. APTR systems. (mm) 1. 3 1/8-in. First.Slimhole Annulus Pressure Firer—Internal Control 5-in. APTR system. 3 1/8-in. OD. 5-56 Perforating Solutions .000 (689) 101301541 2 Temperature Rating 325°F (20K psi) with Extreme Environment Kit (162°C 1.000 (1378) Minimum Operating Pressure psi (bar) 250 (17) Tensile Strength lb (kg) 87. 6P Acme Box × Pin Max OD in.406 kg/cm2 with Extreme Environment Kit) Call Technology for temperatures above 325°F (162°C).

(mm) 2 3/8 (60.000 (345) Minimum Operating Pressure (Differential) psi (bar) 1.33) EUE 8 Rd Box × 2 3/8 (60. Perforating Solutions 5-57 . the shear pins holding the dog retainer piston will shear. The pressure required to actuate the DFH may be lower than that used for other pressure-operated firing heads because it is operated by differential pressure.38 (85.59) 1. (mm) Makeup Length ft (m) 1.0 (76. For more information. When the predetermined differential pressure is reached.98 (0. consult your local Halliburton representative. Features • Allows underbalanced perforating in horizontal wells without a packer • Ideal for perforating with a sucker rod or submersible pump in place • Offers added safety because it is pressure-balanced when being run into the well • Helps allow maximum underbalanced pressure in lowpressure wells when mechanical firing is not desirable HAL10518 • Can be used when equipment or well conditions will not permit the use of high pressures • Allows the use of time-delay elements as needed Operation The DFH is actuated after a predetermined differential pressure is created in the firing head ID. These ratings are guidelines only.20) 3. Thread Size and Type in.000 (99 700) Burst Pressure psi (bar) 20. The upward movement releases the dogs holding the firing piston in place.03) 6P Acme Box Maximum OD in.000 (69) Tensile Strength lb (kg) 130.000 (69) 1. and the internal pressure drives the firing piston into the initiator.000 (58 900) 220. This differential pressure can be created when surface pressure is applied to the tubing or by reducing the hydrostatic pressure in the annulus.000 (1380) 20.33) 6P Acme Box 2 7/8 (73.000 (690) 5.73) 100014232 Temperature rating is determined by explosives or o-rings.94 (0.Differential Firing Head The differential firing head (DFH) was designed to allow underbalanced perforating with a differential pressureactuated firing system. This condition can be created when pressure is applied to the ID or when the OD pressure is reduced. The DFH works by requiring the internal pressure to be greater than the external pressure.60) Maximum Operating Pressure (Differential) psi (bar) 10.000 (1380) Collapse Pressure psi (bar) 20. allowing the dog retainer to move up.000 (1380) 20. Differential Firing Head (DFH) Differential Firing Head (DFH) Specifications SAP No.03) EUE 8 Rd Box × 2 7/8 (73.000 (1380) 120002262 3.

000 (138) 2. A stainless steel or ceramic ball is dropped from the surface or circulated into position.000 (97 976) 5-58 Perforating Solutions .14 2. The smaller swivel-type hydraulic actuator firing head (SHAF) has a swivel incorporated into the firing head assembly.315 (33. which starts the detonation of the perforating assembly.52) (0.52) (0.85) (34.2 (cm2) Makeup Length ft (m) Maximum Operating Pressure (differential) psi (bar) 20.Hydraulic Actuator Firing Head and Swivel-Type Hydraulic Actuator Firing Head The hydraulic actuator firing head (HAF) is a pressure-balanced tool that automatically fills the tubing string while it is running in the well.875) (12.925) (25.51) (42.875) (12.5 0. and through-tubing perforating • Reusable • Rotation of explosive assembly from tubing string possible with swivel type Operation A stainless steel or ceramic ball is dropped from the surface or is circulated downhole into the hammer piston.88) (15.40) (20.600 (61 507) 216.03) EUE 8 Rd 3.39 2.26) (0. consult your local Halliburton representative. (mm) No.39 2.0 3.5 0.000 (1379) 2.26) EUE-10 Rd 3/4 TPF Pin 2.625 2 @ 0.03) 6P (85. Thread Size and Type in.73) Acme Box Temperature rating is determined by explosives.69 0. For more information.75 0. deviated wells. (mm) Maximum OD in.315 (33.26) (0.84 17/16 (36.40) NU-10 Rd Pin × 1.691) Box 2 3/8 (60.200 (221) HAL10563 Hydraulic Actuator Firing Head (HAF) HAL15384 50. (mm) Ball OD in.38 1.85) (15. (mm) in.70) (2.73) 2 7/8 (73.40) NU-10 Rd Pin × 1.38 1.000 (1379) 3.28 101007031 2 3/8 (60.200 (221) 113. 100156011 (Swivel Type) 20.14 2.925) (25.000 (1379) Actuating Pressure psi (bar) 3.875) (12.000 (22 680) 20.40 8 Rd Pin × 100156150 (85.5 0.18 100156025 17/16 (36.70) (2.000 (22 680) 1.39 2.40 101313489 Pin × 2 7/8 (73.51) (42.000 (51 256) 20.375 4 @ 1.625 2 @ 0.000 (138) 135.03) 6P Acme Box 2 7/8 (73.000 (1379) 3.52) (0. Pressure applied to the tubing string actuates the HAF.66) 8UN-2B Box 1.69 0. Swivel-Type Hydraulic Actuator Firing Head (SHAF) Hydraulic Actuator Firing Head (HAF) Specifications SAP No. These ratings are guidelines only.0 3.87) 8UN-2B Box 1. Features • Allows packerless completions • Makes actuation easily observable • Useful in coiled tubing conveyed completions.85) (34.90 (48.000 (1379) 20.33) 6P Acme (69.375 4 @ 1. Circulation is regained as soon as the firing pin has been sheared. Pressure applied to the tubing string shears the retaining pins and forces the hammer piston into the firing pin.200 (221) Tensile Rating lb (kg) 50. and ID Flow Area of Ports of Ports in.70) (2. The firing pin detonates the initiator.625 2 @ 0.88) (15.33) EUE 3.40) (20. The added swivel feature allows the lower portion of the firing head and the attached explosive assembly to rotate independently from the tubing string.

These ratings are guidelines only. and number of jets.67) Tensile Strength lb (kg) 51. Once in place and released. and the number of jets used (maximum of two). For more information. pulled completely out of the hole. tool weight above the piston. this system greatly reduces the chance of accidental or premature firing of guns Operation The MMHD assembly is run into the well using normal monobore completion techniques. silicon fluid.75 (4.000 (896. the firing head starts to meter. After the guns have fired.50 (118.Mechanical Metering Hydraulic-Delay Firing Head The mechanical metering hydraulic-delay (MMHD) firing head provides a retrievable firing system with an adjustable delay for situations where longer delay times are needed. The mechanical metering hydraulic-delay firing head is conveyed on a slickline or electric line.11) Overall Length* (Extended) ft (m) 12. and the adjustments can be made by running one or two fluid metering jets or by changing the amount of fluid. Delay time is affected by temperature. For safety and flexibility. Mechanical Metering HydraulicDelay (MMHD) Firing Head Mechanical Metering Hydraulic-Delay (MMHD) Firing Head Assembly Specifications SAP No.100 (23 100) Total Volume (Silicon) gal (liter) 1/2 (1.6) Temp Rating °F (°C) 350 (176. Perforating Solutions HAL6559 5-59 . Delay time can be adjusted from 1 to 6 hours. or simply pulled up the hole to a safe distance and secured to await detonation. The piston meters downward until it travels into a larger bore which allows it to free-fall and initiate a mechanical firing head. the tool will not start metering until it is landed on the top gun. (cm) 1.86 (139. the firing head can be quickly relatched and retrieved using the same conveyance methods as during deployment. Delay time of 6 maximum hours is dependent on temperature. The tool is designed with a 1/2 gallon fluid chamber below a weighted piston. The running tools can either be pulled into the lubricator. Maximum OD in. consult your local Halliburton representative.79) Maximum Operating Pressure (Differential) psi (bar) 13.44 (3. (cm) 54.89) Assembly Weight lb (kg) 152 (68.45) Maximum Stroke Length in. Features • Adjustable time-delay—May vary from 1 up to 6 hours • Retrievability—Firing head can be pulled and another one run without affecting the rest of the bottomhole assembly • Safety—With the ability to run the firing head and the guns separately.34) Maximum Metering Stroke* Length (Available for Delay) in. (cm) Dependent on centralizers Stinger Fishing Neck in. (cm) 46.95) 101201927 *Length from top sub to firing head body (does not include weight bars and/or skirt) Delay time of 1 hour minimum is recommended for safe operation of system.

The firing head latches onto the guns and provides a positive indication that it is attached. The running tool is released by jarring down and the slickline is pulled out of the well. It can be run with either a mechanical drop firing head. Slickline-Retrievable Mechanical Firing Head (SLRMFH) 5-60 Perforating Solutions HAL6560 . the guns remain in the hole and the firing head can be retrieved • Positive engagement—When the firing head is run separately. The skirt on the firing head then automatically latches into position connecting the firing head with the J-slot stinger. or a pressure-operated firing head such as the 1 11/16 timedelay firer (TDF). If the firing head does not actuate. An overpull is applied to give a positive latch indication. it comes in contact with the J-slot stinger. Unlimited number of runs can be made to replace firing head if needed Operation The SLRMFH was designed for 3 1/2and 2 7/8-in. tubing strings. Features • Saves rig time—If for any reason the firing head needs replacement. The running tool is latched to the firing head at surface and run in on wireline/slickline. another firing head may be run as many times as required.Slickline-Retrievable Mechanical Firing Head The slickline-retrievable mechanical firing head (SLRMFH) is designed to give customers flexibility in completing a well. The guns are run into the well on tubing and then correlated on depth. As the firing head is lowered. The top gun is assembled with the J-slot stinger. The firing head can be retrieved by relatching to the firing head and jarring up. The jarring action shears the brass screws freeing the firing head from the J-slot stinger. It is designed so that 80% of the parts are used in all three applications allowing for more flexibility with less inventory. The guns are fired by pressure or mechanical means. the operator can tell when the firing head is latched onto the guns • Safety—Guns can be run separately from the firing head adding a safety feature for the guns at the surface • Flexibility—Guns can be run separately or attached. It can be run attached to the guns. or using an auto-release firing mechanism. The SLRMFH can be retrieved if the firing head needs to be replaced. separately from the guns. The system can be run with either a mechanically operated firing head or a pressure-operated firing head.

500 (100) 10. Weight lb (kg) w/ Model III-D Mechanical FH w/ Pressure Actuated FH w/ Model III-D Mechanical FH and Auto Release 101226902 2.000 (1800) SAP No.96) 20.000 (1800) 4.000 (1170) 250 (17.000 (13 600) 30.4) 101227170 N/A N/A 101227212 2.11) 8.4) 100 (45. (cm) ft (m) Maximum Operating Pressure psi (bar) Minimum Operating Pressure psi (bar) Minimum Operating Pressure Auto Release psi (bar) Maximum Differential Pressure Auto Release psi (bar) Tensile Strength of FH Body lb (kg) Maximum Sustained Force Required to Shear Two Lugs lb (kg) 4. Perforating Solutions 5-61 .31 (5.31 (5.000 (13 600) 120 (54.87) 1.2) 1.56 (3. consult your local Halliburton representative.000 (1800) 120 (54.11) 8.87) 1.96) 1.05 (6.2) 2.000 (550) 17. Temperature rating is determined by explosives.11) 20. These ratings are guidelines only. For more information.05 (6.56 (3.05 (6.000 (550) 250 (17.000 (690) 30.200 (150) N/A N/A 30.000 (13 600) 4.96) 20. (cm) in.31 (5.56 (3.87) 2.Slickline-Retrievable Mechanical Firing Head (SLRMFH) Specifications Minimum Overall Maximum ID Length OD (No-Go) (Max) in.4) Burst and collapse pressures are determined by tubing.

03) 6P Acme Box Maximum OD in. It can also be retrieved on slickline. Temperature rating is determined by explosives. Features • Allows the guns to be run in the hole without any type of firing mechanism installed • Allows the retrieval and reinstallation of a malfunctioning firing head without pulling the guns • Allows greatly reduced actuating pressures of the firing head because the firing head does not have to be in place when the guns are run Operation This firing head does not have to be run until after all pressure testing has been done and the heavy fluids have been displaced.000 (1380) Minimum Operating Pressure psi (bar) None Tensile Strength (FH Body) lb (kg) 238. (mm) 3. Maximum OD in. 3 3/8-in.37 (1. It is a pressure-actuated firing head with a built-in pyrotechnic time-delay assembly. which allows a reduced actuating pressure for the firing head. This assembly allows the operator to run guns in the hole on the end of tubing without a firing head.27) Temperature Rating °F (°C) 425 for 200 hours (218 for 200 hours) Maximum Operating Pressure psi (bar) 17. (mm) 2 3/8 (60.83 (1. Slickline-Retrievable Time-Delay Firer (TDF) Firing Head Specifications SAP No. Vann™ Jet Stinger Specifications SAP No.85) Minimum ID (No-Go) in.688 (42.88) Overall Length (1 fuse) ft (m) 3.000 (1170) Minimum Operating Pressure psi (bar) 2.33) EUE 8 Rd Box × 2 7/8 (73. TDF firing head. HAL15385 Slickline Retrievable Time-Delay Firer (TDF) Firing Head Stinger Assembly 1 11/16-in.000 (107 900) Weight with 2-ft Sub lb (kg) 73 (33) 100155952 Burst and collapse pressures are determined by handling sub. Thread Size and Type in.37 (34. (mm) 1.17) Additional Length per Fuse ft (m) 0.64) Maximum Operating Pressure psi (bar) 20. (mm) 1.87 (0.200 (150) Collapse Pressure psi (bar) 23. This assembly can be run in on slickline and attached to the firing head after the tubing is in the hole. 5-62 Perforating Solutions HAL15434 .38 (85.000 (1590) 100155739 The assembly certification sheet which specifies the batch number and pin values is supplied with each assembly.Slickline-Retrievable Time-Delay Firer Firing Head The slickline-retrievable time-delay firer (TDF) firing head is a combination of two assemblies: the slickline-retrievable firing head and a 1 11/16-in.80) Makeup Length with 2-ft Sub ft (m) 5.

They are installed between the firing head and the guns.5 (62.34) 1.375 (85.000 (122 400) Collapse Pressure psi (bar) 30. (mm) 2. The modular delays are assembled with the firing head in one housing and become an integral part of the firing system. Each delay fuse lasts six minutes at 70°F. Extended and modular delay fuses add time between the actuation of the firing head and the actual detonation of the guns. (mm) 2 (50.03) 6P Acme Box × Pin Maximum OD in. consult your local Halliburton representative. the 1 11/16-in.10 (0.Extended Delay Fuses A delay fuse is an explosive device with a slow-burning fuse. The modular delays are used primarily with the multiactiondelay firing head.000 (1725) 25. Perforating Solutions HAL15383 5-63 .73) Makeup Length ft (m) 1.34) Maximum Operating Pressure psi (bar) 25. time-delay firer (TDF) firing head. and the slickline-retrievable TDF firing head.000 (2070) 30.000 (89 300) 270.5) 3.000 (1725) Temperature Rating Delay Fuse °F (°C) 425 (218) for 200 hours 425 (218) for 200 hours Tensile Strength lb (kg) 197.10 (0.8) 6P Acme Box × Pin 2 7/8 (73. Thread Size and Type in. For more information. Extended Delay Fuses Assembly Extended Delay Fuses Specifications SAP No. Features • Increases delay time when nitrogen is used to actuate the firing head to give additional time to bleed the nitrogen pressure down to the desired level • Allows time for necessary actions to take place downhole such as increasing pressure to open a pressure-actuated vent assembly Operation The extended delay assemblies contain one delay fuse and can be run with any other firing assembly.000 (2070) 100005229 100009426 These ratings are guidelines only.

The firing pin and hammer are pressure balanced. The perforation assembly is detonated by use of a special fluted bar dropped from surface. Features • Safety—With the ability to run the firing head and the guns separately. this system helps to greatly reduce the chance of accidental or premature firing of the guns • Retrievability—In the event of a mechanical malfunction. This system will allow the operator the flexibility to run the gun assemblies independently of the firing system. the firing head can be pulled. Modular Mechanical Firing Head 5-64 HAL8325 Perforating Solutions . and therefore. are not limited to any specific depth and/or hydrostatic pressure beyond the tool specifications. The two shear screws are rated at 875 lb each. and another one run without interfering with the rest of the bottomhole assembly Applications The modular mechanical firing head is designed to be run on slickline and set on the top gun in a monobore completion by use of a JDC hydraulic running tool. the firing head is set on the top module and released. The tool is actuated by dropping a specifically designed drop bar fitted for the proper casing. Special consideration must be given to job set-up and execution to ensure that this tool functions properly. The most common application for this system is to be run with the modular guns in a monobore completion. (Do not use a standard 1 1/4-in.) The bar strikes the stinger with sufficient force to shear the brass screws and drive it into the firing pin. The system is designed with the hammer held above the firing pin with brass shear screws. Once the guns are in place. drop bar.Modular Mechanical Firing Head The modular mechanical firing head is designed to be a retrievable firing system utilizing a standard mechanical firing head with a specialized drop bar for detonation.

090 (103.30 (1836.8) Centralizer OD in.38 (35. (mm) 2.00 (76.5-13.3) 100009581 101226987 3 3/8 (85.5) 3.75 (44.50 (63. (mm) 2 (50.3-6.80-8.5) 3.0) 4.25 (82.000 (26 762) Overall Length* in.50 (88.2) 101207187 101201882 2. Casing and Tubing Size and Weight in.16) 100156785 4.9) 4.88 (200.30 / 2.441 (62./lb (cm/kg) 2 7/8 / 6.97 / 7.700 (771) 120021629 *Will vary with skirt Maximum OD dependent on centralizers used.75 (95.03-10. (mm) 72.15) Shear Rating For Brass lb (kg) 1.5 (11. Drop Bar Options SAP No.125 (104.4 (7.75 (95.75 (95.50 (88.7) 4.2 (8.9) 3 1/2 / 9.8) 100010177 5.4) 101207193 3. (mm) 1.5 (63.89 / 4.6) 101213087 3. Stinger in.43) Casing ID in.992 (76.43 / 4.9) 100014299 3.61 (142.1) 100156225 N/A 101227709 120125486 101227719 101227720 101228625 2 3/4 (69.4) 101205671 4 5/8 (117.Modular Mechanical Firing Head Specifications SAP No.3) Skirt-Centralizer Selection Chart SAP No.8) 4. (mm) N/A 2.950 (125. Weight dependent on centralizers and skirts.9) 4.7) Total Bar OD in. (mm) 7.6) Tensile Strength lb (kg) 59.875 (98.40 (111.7 / 6. (mm) 1.3) 4. Temperature rating is determined by explosives.00 (10.5-23 (13.50 (114.05) Stinger Fishing Neck 2 1/2-in.17) 4 1/2 / 9.42) Maximum Stroke Length in. (mm) N/A 3.9) 101207198 3.45) Maximum Operating Pressure psi (bar) 13.9) 101201884 3 1/8 (79.5) 100156224 5.3) 100014297 3.4) Perforating Solutions 5-65 .000 (896.12) 5 / 15-18 (12. 101207195 Skirt OD in.408 (111.0) 2.16) 5 1/2 / 15. Stinger Fishing Neck 2-in. Stinger in.75 (146.

79 (1.54 (140.76) N/A These ratings are guidelines only.926 (48. The kickover tool hits the releasing pin on the model III-D.26) EUE 10 Rd Pin × 2 3/8 (60. The side-pocket mandrel firing system is used on single-string. Side-Pocket Mandrel) 101306060 Thread Size and Type (Long String Side) in.00 (203.33) 4.90 (48.75 (69. multizone completions and standard dual completions.72) 6. the operator runs a kickover tool down the long string on slickline.7 lb OECO-B Box × Box 2 3/8 (60. consult your local Halliburton representative. the slickline operator jars down.00284 (7-in. (mm) 1. A modified model III-D mechanical firing head is attached to the short string side of a side-pocket mandrel.33) 6P Acme Box 2 3/8 (60.79 (1. Side-Pocket Mandrel) 221. 5-66 Perforating Solutions .36 (0.92) N/A Overall Length ft (m) 2. (mm) 2.Side-Pocket Mandrel Firing Head The side-pocket mandrel firing head (SPMFH) is designed for well conditions that preclude the use of a pressureactuated firing head run with a Y-block. HAL15453 Side-Pocket Mandrel Firing Head (SPMFH) Side-Pocket Mandrel Firing Head (SPMFH) Specifications SAP No.33) 4. 100155737 (Firing Head) 221. (mm) N/A 1. For more information. The firing piston is forced into the initiator by the hydrostatic pressure in the tubing string to detonate the VannGun® assembly.00285 (9.625-in. When the perforating assembly is ready to be detonated. Features • Selectively fires multiple intervals • Eliminates the need for nitrogen • Allows maximum underbalance for low-pressure formations • Offers economical value Operation The model III-D mechanical firing head is made up on the short string side of the side-pocket mandrel.62 (168.20) Minimum ID in.7 lb OECO-B Box × Box 3 1/2 CJ Hydril Maximum OD in. The firing head is detonated with a kickover tool run on slickline.92) 1. After the kickover tool is located in the side-pocket mandrel.926 (48.72) 5.76) 5.85) 5.15) 8.

100 (765) 22.200 (772) 10.500 (1551) 100014175 100155786 101241465 Non-fullbore Non-fullbore Non-fullbore Maximum operating pressure is determined by tubulars.500 (655) 10. This assembly is compatible with retrievable packers of all types and sizes.000 (47 173) 145.33) EUE 8 Rd 2 7/8 (73. Once the packer has been set.87) 9. These ratings are guidelines only.56 (90.500 (723) Tensile Strength lb (kg) 104.87) Overall Length ft (m) 12.35 (3. (mm) 2 3/8 (60. (mm) 3.42) 5. Temperature rating is determined by explosives.500 (723) 13. Thread Size and Type in.52) 4.015 (127.84) Maximum Differential Pressure psi (bar) 10.700 (806) 11.000 (65 770) Burst Pressure psi (bar) 11.60 (3. The pressures in the annulus and the tubing can also be manipulated to create the differential pressure necessary to actuate a differential-type firing head. the pressure on the annulus can be increased to actuate a pressure-actuated firing head.76) 12. Features • May be used as the annulus firing system on wells with non-full-opening test tools and a partially filled drillstring • May be used as the annulus firing system on horizontal wells • Allows the use of below-packer venting devices along with this assembly Note: Not recommended for mud environment Operation The APCA creates a pressure chamber above the firing head that is equalized with the pressure in the casing annulus.² (cm²) 2.25 (14. Packer Annulus Pressure Crossover Assembly Ported Sealing Sub Tubing HAL15449 Time-Delay Firer HAL15448 VannGun® Assembly Annulus Pressure Crossover Assembly (APCA) Annulus Pressure Crossover Assembly (APCA) Specifications SAP No.000 (689) 9.65) Minimum Makeup Length ft (m) 9.Annulus Pressure Crossover Assembly The annulus pressure crossover assembly (APCA) allows the use of annulus pressure to actuate any one of several firing heads.75 (30.75 (30.210 (910) Collapse Pressure psi (bar) 11.65) 4.40 (2.60 (3.9) API IF Tool Joint Maximum OD in. consult your local Halliburton representative.381) Minimum ID Flow Area in.03) EUE 8 Rd 3 1/2 (88.15 (2.000 (65 770) 145. For more information.79) 9.84) 12.0 (127) 5. Perforating Solutions 5-67 .40 (2.

Features • Ideal for completions and drillstem testing • Time-delay elements can be used as needed for delay time • Can be used in underbalanced or overbalanced perforating jobs • It is a surface-safe firing head because it requires pressure to energize the firing piston • Operates at low pressure • Can be deployed connected to the gun assembly or run separate on slickline or coiled tubing • Allows the retrieval and reinstallation of a malfunctioning firing head without pulling the guns • Can be used when equipment or well conditions will not permit the use of high pressures EZ Cycle™ Firing Head Assembly 5-68 HAL14095 Perforating Solutions .EZ Cycle™ Multi-Pressure Cycle Firing Head The EZ Cycle™ firing head is a pressure-operated tool that can be cycled several times prior to firing the perforating guns. packer setting. Several pressure operations can also be performed on the well including tubing testing. and firing piston with firing pin initiator assembly. and packer testing prior to firing the perforating guns. the EZ Cycle firing head should not fire until it has completed all of the preset cycles. The firing head is cycled by applying pressure at the tool to overcome a nitrogen-charged chamber which operates the cycling piston back and forth until the entire release rod has been pulled from the piston collet. Each EZ Cycle firing head assembly includes a nitrogen chamber. Even if pressure operations are higher than the operating pressure of the firing head. cycling grapple piston.

00 in.000 (344. Pressure applied at the tool will move the cycle piston and traveling grapple up 0. (cm) Makeup Length in.375 in.000 (18 143) 40. pulling the release rod up 0. the firing head is cycled to detonate the perforating guns.Operating the EZ Cycle™ Firing Head The tool is run in hole with a pre-charged nitrogen chamber. 3. Perforating Solutions 5-69 .000 (1379) *Call your local Halliburton representative if conditions exceed this value. the bottomhole pressure will drive the firing piston into the firing pin detonating the initiator and the guns.95) 100. After positioning gun on depth and all operations prior to firing guns have been completed. These steps are continued until the release rod is completely retrieved from the firing piston collet. of the release rod. (cm) Maximum OD in.741378.00 (7. (cm) Lower Thread Size and Type in.00020.375 in. (cm) Temperature Rating °F (°C) Operating Pressure Range psi (bar) Tensile Rating* lb (kg) Burst Pressure* psi (bar) Collapse Rating* psi (bar) 2.000 (1379) 40.393) 3. At this point.875) 2 3/8 (6. Multi-Pressure Cycle Firing Head Assembly Specifications Upper Connection (External Fishneck) in. (cm) Minimum ID in.95344.313 (5.000-5.32 (196. Releasing the applied pressure will allow the nitrogen charge to move the cycle piston and traveling grapple down engaging another 0. which is set according to the maximum bottomhole pressure.0325) 6P Acme Box 77.000 (68.4) Low Pressure Assembly 1.74) High Pressure Assembly 5.375 in.62) N/A 400 (204.

315 (33. Burst Pressure is not applicable. Application The pump-through firing head can be used to circulate debris off of a barrier. 44 (11.5 (0. which seats in the assembly to allow a pressure differential to actuate the firing head and shape charge. This function is primarily developed toward circulating sand and other debris off of a ceramic disk in a production well.9 (7. Firing Head Assembly 1 11/16-in. Pump Through Pump-Through Firing Head Specifications Thread Size and Maximum OD Minimum ID* Type in. pressure actuated pressure firing head. The assembly is actuated by dropping a ball through the coiled tubing.2 (mm2) 0.40) NU-10RD Pin 2. (mm) 22. 5-70 HAL15777 Perforating Solutions .200 (1600) Overall Length in. The firing head originates from proven technology in the 1 11/16-in. and an outer tube is incorporated to allow fluid circulation to the bottom of the tool. and then shoot into the barrier to break it up.42) 0. (mm) in.15 (96. A miniature shaped charge is set in the bottom of the firing head to shoot into the ceramic disk. (mm) in.Pump-Through Firing Head The 1 11/16-in. such as a ceramic disk.000 (207) ± 10% at 70°F Flow Area (before firing) in.32) Mass lb (kg) 16. and then shooting into the disk to allow access below.400 (24 700) Collapse Pressure psi (bar) 23.18) Maximum Operating Pressure psi (bar) 3.77) Temperature Rating As per explosives Axial Load Rating lb (kg) 54.3 (58.69 (576. (mm) 1. pump-through firing head is designed to be run on coiled tubing and is used for breaking the ceramic flapper valve disk on a one-trip coiled tubing operation.397) *Through ball seat Minimum Operating Pressure is not applicable. The components were hardened to withstand pumping erosion.68) Maximum Flow Rate bbl/min (m3/min) 2.

90) EUE 8 Rd Box × Pin Maximum OD in.0 (76.20) Number of Ports 8 8 8 Tensile Strength lb (kg) 120. • Can be run with either a mechanical or pressure-actuated firing head Fill Disk Assembly (FDA) Fill Disk Assembly (FDA) Specifications SAP No.000 (90 718) Makeup Length ft (m) 0.68) Minimum ID in.98) 3. Features • Allows debris to be circulated off the glass disk through the flow ports above the glass disk • Acts as a perforated sub for circulating fluid displacement with nitrogen and swabbing HAL8352 Operation The FDA consists of a ported housing with a glass disk installed in the ID across the lower set of ports.29) 2. The FDA is used in place of a perforated sub and replaces the balanced isolation tool (BIT) in wells with reasonably clean fluids.22) 0. This debris can be circulated off the disk.000 (54 431) 150. The FDA is run between the firing head and packer.² (cm²) 6. it will be displaced out the ports by the detonating bar falling through it.15) 4. or if it is not a large amount.98 (50.8) 14.20 (106. In mud systems or wells with a known debris problem. The recommended minimum distance from the FDA to the firing head is 30 ft (9.Ancillary Equipment Fill Disk Assembly The fill disk assembly (FDA) is used where either packer selection or well conditions preclude the use of a venting device.21) 100005295 100005297 100005299 Perforating Solutions 5-71 . Thread Size and Type in.03) EUE 8 Rd Box × Pin 3 1/2 (88. Pressure is equalized across the glass disk. (mm) 2 3/8 (60. Once the bar breaks through the disk. Any debris falling out of the tubing or fluid above the glass should land on the glass disk.14 m).13 (91.45) 3. The glass disk prevents debris from settling on the firing head.23) 0.44 (61.20) Flow Area in.28 (40.54) 7.76 (0. (mm) 1. it should fall in clean fluid all the way to the firing head.88 (50.69 (0.51 (89. so pressure can equalize across the glass.000 (68 039) 200.33) EUE 8 Rd Box × Pin 2 7/8 (73. (mm) 3. The disk is not sealed.01 (76.71 (0. the balanced isolation tool is recommended in place of the FDA.

a ported lower housing.Balanced Isolation Tool The balanced isolation tool (BIT) assembly is used where either packer selection or well conditions preclude the use of a venting device. The upward travel of the floating piston is limited by the bottom of the top sub. Features • Allows mud and debris to be circulated off the glass barrier through the flow ports above the glass barrier • Allows displacement of the tubing with a lighter fluid or nitrogen before firing the guns • Allows swabbing of the tubing to achieve differential pressure • Allows stopping and circulating at any depth since flow ports are always open • Can be run with either a mechanical or pressure-actuated firing head Operation The basic components of the BIT are a floating piston with a glass disk. A pressure increase above the glass barrier causes the piston to move down and forces fluid below the glass barrier out of the bleeder ports. debris on the glass barrier is washed off. As fluid enters or leaves the tubing through the ports. and a top housing. Pressure is balanced across the glass barrier through equalizing ports in the piston. The glass disk helps prevent debris from setting on the firing head. The piston moves up or down within its limits to help prevent the glass barrier from breaking. The BIT assembly replaces the fill disk assembly and is used in place of a perforated sub. The recommended minimum distance from the BIT to the firing head is 30 ft (9. Debris or solids in the fluid above should not pass through the glass disk that is in the floating piston. The BIT is run with clean fluid below it.14 m). The glass barrier remains intact until the bar passes through it. A pressure increase below the glass barrier forces the piston to move up or forces fluid out of the bleeder ports. The BIT assembly is run between the firing head and packer. The BIT helps prevent contamination of the fluid below it from the fluid above it. Balanced Isolation Tool (BIT) 5-72 Perforating Solutions HAL15460 .

000 (45 300) 155.03 (13.99 (50.33) EUE 8 Rd Box × Pin 2 3/8 (60. (mm) 1.54) 2. (mm) 2.65) 2.895 (73.25) 4. consult your local Halliburton representative. of Ports 4 4 4 4 4 Total Flow Area in.75 (95.68 (30.25 (107.73) Tensile Strength lb (kg) 110.09 (0.98) 3.03) EUE 8 Rd Box × Pin 3 1/2 (88.61 (40.10 (78.54) 1.000 (90 700) 280.000 (49 800) 100.33) EUE 8 Rd Box × Pin 2 7/8 (73.89) 1.0 (76.000 (70 200) 200.50 (63. For more information.07 (45.4) 3.73) 2.74) 3. Thread Size and Type in.62) 2.64) 2.2 (cm2) 2.Balanced Isolation Tool (BIT) Specifications SAP No.60) Overall Length ft (m) 2.09 (19.50) 2.90) EUE 8 Rd Box × Pin Maximum OD in.15 (0.95) Minimum ID in.41 (0. (mm) 1.000 (126 000) 120022203 101318220 100014322 100014323 100156936 These ratings are guidelines only.19) 7.10) 3.26) EUE 10 Rd Box × Pin 2 3/8 (60.96) 3.14 (20.27) 4.90 (48. Perforating Solutions 5-73 .20) No.02 (0.99 (50.41 (0.44 (61.

For more information.11 (0. Connections are made inside the lubricator using a left-hand quick connect locking mechanism.000 (100 000) 101000794 101000793 Temperature rating is determined by explosive.33) 6P Acme Box × Pin 2 7/8 (73. Features • Can be snubbed into and retrieved from a live well • Utilizes standard blowout preventers • Can perforate long and multiple intervals in a single trip • Does not have to kill producing zone to run or retrieve guns • Perforates new wells • Reperforates producing wells with all production equipment in place • Perforates underbalanced or overbalanced assemblies • VannGun® sections are quickly connected together • Can be used with hydraulic workover (HWO) HAL22573 Ratchet Gun Connector Assembly Using Sealed Imitation Assembly Ratchet Gun Connector Assembly Using NonSealed Insert Assembly Ratchet Gun Connector Specifications SAP No. Halliburton’s ratchet gun connector system is ideal for reperforating producing wells since the well does not have to be killed and can be left on production. These ratings are guidelines only. Thread Size and Type in.11 (0. (mm) 2 3/8 (60. It also allows perforating with all production equipment in place.73) Makeup Length ft (m) 2.Ratchet Gun Connector In addition to perforating new wells.000 (896) Tensile Strength lb (kg) 100.64) 2.35 (59.64) Maximum Operating Pressure psi (bar) 13.375 (85.03) 6P Acme Box × Pin Maximum OD in. (mm) 2.000 (45 360) 220.000 (896) 13.69) 3. consult your local Halliburton representative. 5-74 Perforating Solutions HAL22574 .

33) 6P Acme Box × Pin 2.36) 20. This system reduces the number of wireline runs to perforate longer intervals. or wireline • Can retrieve VannGun assemblies without killing a producing zone • Can perforate in underbalanced or overbalanced conditions • May be used for monobore completions • Can be used when oriented perforations are required • Sections are quickly connected for time savings • Can be designed to accommodate different BOP configuration Stop/Release Pads Spring Housing Operating Spring Shear Screws Stinger Assembly Collet Fingers Collet Retainer Housing AutoLatch™ Release Gun Connector Specifications SAP No. (mm) Maximum OD in.46 (1.00) 3.000 (56 800) Temperature rating is determined by explosives. The AutoLatch connector can also be used to run VannGun assemblies on wireline when the length of the perforating assembly is limited by the lubricator length.AutoLatch™ Release Gun Connector The AutoLatch™ release gun connector is designed to join VannGun® assemblies and enables VannGun sections to be run in and out of new or producing wells.47 (1.15) 4.06) 20.000 (35 000) 2 7/8 (73. Using the AutoLatch system.88 (73.03) 6P Acme Box × Pin 3. For more information. VannGun assemblies are connected without rotation and can be operated with standard blowout preventer (BOP) rams. Thread Size and Type in. The VannGun assemblies can be run in sections (limited by the weight rating of the wireline) and then. HWO. AutoLatch™ Release Gun Connector Perforating Solutions HAL8662 Pressure Isolation Configuration 5-75 .000 (1380) 125.000 (1380) 80. (mm) Makeup Length ft (m) Maximum Operating Pressure psi (bar) Tensile Strength lb (kg) OD Seal Area Upper Assembly: 101205866 Lower Assembly: 101205878 Upper Assembly: 100155775 Lower Assembly: 101207115 2 3/8 (60. These ratings are guidelines only. making this connector ideal for snubbing guns into and out of the wellbore with coiled tubing or a hydraulic workover (HWO) unit.625 (92. consult your local Halliburton representative. Features • Can be used to perforate new or existing wells • Can snub VannGun assemblies into and out of the well • Utilizes standard BOPs • Can be used with coiled tubing. retrieved in sections.

33) 6P Acme 2G 2 7/8 (73. The ISA allows completion or recompletion of the well without killing it.73 with 50.8) 3 3/8 with 2 (85.Isolation Sub-Assembly Gun The isolation sub-assembly (ISA) is live well intervention technology designed to provide extreme flexibility in well completions.69) 2.000 (49 000) 191.23) 2. consult your local Halliburton representative.8 with 38.000 (689) 64.18) 2.000 (689) 10. These ratings are guidelines only. Isolation Sub-Assembly 5-76 Perforating Solutions . during. The well can be producing before.68) 10. coiled tubing.86) 8P Stub Acme 2G 2 3/8 (60.395 (86.85 with 50. Thread Size and Type in. and after the guns are deployed in or out of the well. The ISA is a lower cost alternative to other live well intervention assemblies.23) 3. or wireline • Can run VannGun sections to perforate a new well or add perforations to existing zones • Can run or retrieve guns without killing the well • Can perforate underbalanced or overbalanced • Low cost • Provides extreme flexibility in well completions Sealing Area Isolation Sub-Assembly Sealing Initiator Isolation Sub-Assembly Specifications SAP No.03) 6P Acme 2G OD Isolation Sub-Assembly with OD Ram Lock in.765 (70.28 (0.015 (51. Features • Can run VannGun® assemblies on hydraulic workovers. (mm) Overall Length ft (m) Maximum Operating Pressure psi (bar) Tensile Strength lb (kg) Sealing Initiator 101228396 2. (mm) 2 with 1 1/2 (50.74) 2. (42. For more information.400 (86 800) HAL6151 101222274 101226330 Gun Temperature rating is determined by explosive.42 (0.22 (0. (mm) 1 11/16-in.1) 2 3/4 with 2 (69.500 (29 250) 108.8) Maximum OD in. The ISA incorporates a threaded connection that is manually connected and disconnected.000 (689) 10.

making the system self-contained for added safety. self-aligning drillpipe thread that allows automatic or manual makeup. Features • Standard NC38 thread makeup procedure • Redressable • Self-contained system increases personnel safety on the rig floor—no human intervention is needed • Once the thread protectors are removed.-OD or smaller firing head. TCP gun assemblies can now be picked up by the rig equipment and properly made up using iron roughneck equipment without the need for human intervention. standard or 4 5/8-in. self-orienting TCP gun systems. It simplifies the process and saves time by eliminating assembly of the components on the rig. automated system saves rig time • Allows venting of any built-up pressure during shipping • No exposed explosives • Q125 material. Explosive transfer occurs through a web. sour service > 175° F Operation This system can be used on any rig with automatic or manual pipe handling equipment. HAL14398 Firing Head Sub-Assembly Gun Sub-Assembly Perforating Solutions HAL14399 5-77 . all subsequent steps can be automated • Efficient. With these connectors. The connectors have a common.Quick Torque™ Connector The Quick Torque™ connector consists of connectors that cover both ends of each gun section to enclose the assembly. It can be used with 4 5/8-in. and a 3 3/8-in.

08 (586) Modified NC38 Box x 4-6 Acme Pin 101354907 4.500 (223.75 (171) End Connections Tensile Rating lb (kg) 493. Gun Pin *Maximum Operating Pressure and Temperature Rating based on the elastomers.000 (112 354) 101635158 2 7/8-in. Thread Connection Box Modified API-NC26 Pin Modified API-NC26 Tool Maximum OD in.000 (1379) 7. Gun Pin 101514214 5-in.14 (79. Firing Head on Bottom.8 (579) 25.56 (344) NC38 Box x Modified NC38 Pin 101381170 4.000 (180.000 (1379) 23.0 (127) Maximum Operating Pressure* psi (bar) 20.95) Maximum Operating Pressure* psi (bar) 22.75 (120.4 5/8-in.848) Limited by 4-6 Acme Pin Thd 493.2 (640) 14.848) Limited by 4-6 Acme Pin Thd 101351984 4. (mm) 3.65) 20.4 (365) End Connections Tensile Rating lb (kg) 540.000 (1379) 20. NC38 Box x Double Acme Pin Tool Max. NC38 Pin x Double Acme Pin Box Connector Assy.000 (1379) 20.65) 20. Gun Pin 101634159 2 7/8-in. Standard NC38 Box x Modified NC38 Pin Firing Head Connector Assy. (mm) 5.0 (127) 5.600 (245 212) 101514211 5-in. Quick Torque™ Connector .95) 3.61 (193) 2 7/8-6 Acme and Pin x 4-6 Acme Pin x Modified NC38 Pin 101351885 4.000 (1379) 13.5-in. Guns SAP No.65) 20. Gun Pin *Maximum Operating Pressure and Temperature Rating based on the elastomers.75 (120. (mm) 12. OD in.000 (1516) Temperature Rating* °F (°C) Determined by explosives and elastomers Determined by explosives and elastomers Makeup Length in.08 (586) Modified NC38 Box x 4-6 Acme Pin x 2 7/8-6 Acme Pin *Maximum Operating Pressure and Temperature Rating based on the elastomers.75 (120. (mm) 22.5 (317) 9.65) 20.000 (1379) Temperature Rating* °F (°C) Determined by explosives and elastomers Determined by explosives and elastomers Determined by explosives and elastomers Determined by explosives and elastomers Makeup Length in.14 (79. (mm) 6. NC38 Box x Acme Pin Crossover. 5-78 Perforating Solutions .3 (236) End Connections Tensile Rating lb (kg) 280.0 (127) 5.000 (1379) Temperature Rating* °F (°C) Determined by explosives and elastomers Determined by explosives and elastomers Determined by explosives and elastomers Makeup Length in.530) Limited by NC38 Box 493.000 (1379) Determined by explosives and elastomers 23. Thread Connection Pin Connector Assy. Guns SAP No.Quick Torque™ Connector .75 (120.65) 4-6 Acme Pin x Modified NC38 Pin 101352042 4. Gun Pin 101535542 5-in. Thread Connection Box Modified API-NC38 Box for Centralizer Modified APINC38 Pin Modified API-NC38 Tool Maximum OD in.600 (245 212) 540. Guns SAP No.500 (223.848) Limited by 4-6 Acme Pin Thd 493.2 7/8-in.000 (1516) 22.500 (223.500 (223.75 (120. NC38 Pin x Acme Pin Firing Head Connector Assy.500 (127 232) 247.848) Limited by 4-6 Acme Pin Thd 398. (mm) Maximum Operating Pressure* psi (bar) 20. Quick Torque™ Connector .600 (245 212) 540.

HAL12070 Operation When the firing head detonates the detonating cord initiator.000 (1379) 101363724 101286871 N/A N/A N/A N/A Temperature rating is determined by explosive.Detach™ Separating Gun Connector The Detach™ separating gun connector allows operators to deploy long gun sections into the well. At this point. wellbore pressure is allowed to enter the assembly and move the mandrel lock piston upward. will automatically separate. gun sections can be removed from the perforated interval without having to kill the well. Advantages • Can deploy entire gun assembly to cover the zone of interest in a single trip and retrieve in manageable gun sections without killing the well • Guns can be retrieved or left at bottom of the hole • Allows perforating in either underbalanced or overbalanced conditions over the entire interval Detach™ Separating Gun Connector Detach™ Separating Gun Connector Specifications SAP No. The guns are fired when desired and then. Rathole Length Restriction In this application. the explosives train continues through the tool and detonates two shaped charges that punch holes in the vent sub. (mm) 2 3/8 (60. which allows them to be retrieved in manageable sections or left in the hole.000 (36 300)* 110.86 (0.450) 6P Acme Box 2 7/8 (73. Upper Thread Size and Type in.450) 6P Acme Pin 2 7/8 (73. releasing the stinger.000 (1379) 20.850) 3. No rig is required—saving both time and money.74 (0. insufficient rathole length causes the uppermost gun modules to remain adjacent to the perforated interval after they are fired where they may interfere with production from the well.000 (69) Tensile Rating lb (kg) 80.75 (69.03) 6P Acme Box × Pin Lower Thread Size and Type in.38 (85.87) 2. The Detach separating gun connector is ideal for use in monobore wells with rathole length restrictions and in rigless completions. *Verification testing Perforating Solutions HAL11525 5-79 . and allowing the gun sections to separate.000 (49 800) Burst Pressure Collapse Pressure psi (bar) 20. (mm) 2.83) Minimum Operating Pressure psi (bar) 1. Rigless Completion On wells where the completions are installed with wireline or coiled tubing.000 (69) 1. With the Detach separating gun connector.03) 6P Acme Box Maximum OD in. allowing the retaining dogs to move inward. the Detach separating gun connector or modular gun system is the preferred method for perforating. The guns are deployed downhole in a single trip and placed across the perforating zone supported by a gun hanger or plug.85) Minimum ID Makeup Length ft (m) 2. (mm) 2 3/8 (60.

The assembly would be run in. After the setting tool is removed from the wellbore. When activated. If desired. A releasing tool is needed to release the hanger and may be run on the bottom of the perforating assembly.75 fishing neck and can be fished with a standard pulling tool. positioned. the releasing tool fires a shaped charge and breaches the top of the hanger. Features • Running and setting procedures are similar to common bridge plugs and sump packers—uses standard setting equipment • Can be set in larger ID after running through restrictions • Retrievable and redressable • May be configured to auto-release or stay set after gun detonation • Can be deployed on wireline. the slips will return to the running position and the tool auto releases. The slips will retract into the ID of the tool and helps allow it to be retrieved through a wellbore restriction. it must be actuated using pressure. This process allows the gun weight to be transferred to the inner mandrel. and then pressure would be applied to the wellbore to set the tool. No explosive components would be necessary for this operation. or coiled tubing • One size sets in multiple casing ranges Operation The EZ Pass gun hanger can be run independently or attached to the gun system. the same power charge-type setting tools are used to set the hanger. If the gun hanger is run attached to the perforating assembly. If the gun hanger is deployed and positioned similar to a wireline-set permanent or sump packer. This advanced design includes slips that stay retracted within the slip housing until the tool is set. The EZ Pass gun hanger is designed with a 2. tubing. EZ Pass™ Gun Hanger 5-80 Perforating Solutions HAL12794 .EZ Pass™ Gun Hanger The EZ Pass™ gun hanger is designed to be run in conjunction with Halliburton’s Modular Gun System. placing the hanger in the releasing position and forcing the slips away from the casing. After the perforating event. the hanger can be fished with a standard pulling tool and retrieved from the well. the guns may be deployed as individual modules or as a complete assembly and are stacked on top of the hanger.

000** (1241) 20.778 . (cm) 3.000 (13 600) 30.5) 500 (34. however.004 (15.55) 5.4) 74. due to the uncertainty of the wellbore conditions created by the perforating event. Casing Weights* lb Range of Casing IDs* in.15.000 (33 600) 18.15.000 (1450) 20. The EZ Pass™ hanger does not have minimum ID or Burst Pressure requirements.50 (8.5) 500 (34.6.4.70 . Perforating Solutions 5-81 .4 . the retrieval of this tool cannot be assured.3.09 . NOTE: The EZ Pass gun hanger is designed with specific features to enhance its retrievability.1 (1.8) 180 (81.55) 6.000 (1450) 30.9.375 (13.5) 5.1 20 / 23 / 26 29 / 32 / 35 4.184 .25) 400 (204.11.548 (12.4) 400 (204.000** (1450) 20.72) 4.55) Maximum Gun Weight lb (kg) Weight lb (kg) 4 1/2 101320360 5 1/2 101315538 7 101321131 9.125 (10.000 (33 600) 74.000 (13 600) 116 (52.65) Maximum Operating Pressure psi (bar) 18.5) Temperature Rating °F (°C) Tensile Rating lb (kg) Collapse Pressure psi (bar) Overall Length (Maximum) ft (mm) 5.7) *Recommended **Maximum Operating Pressure based on hydrostatic pressure and applied gun weight.000 (13 600) 30.14 .5 .1 (1.4) 400 (204.000 (1241) 20.EZ Pass™ Gun Hanger Specifications Casing Size and SAP No.6) 165 (74. (cm) Tool Maximum OD (With Slips Retracted) in.1 (1.000** (1450) Minimum Operating Pressure psi (bar) 500 (34.000 (33 600) 74.89) 4.826 (10.55) 5.

As the guns are detonated. After all surface equipment is installed. adding perforations. the explosive train is continued to the ARGH. The ARGH and perforating assembly are then released automatically and fall to the bottom. Primacord Shaped Charges Silicone Fluid Chamber Slip Assembly Auto-Release Gun Hanger Rotational Set 5-82 HAL10516 Perforating Solutions . the automatic-release gun hanger (ARGH) allows perforating and testing of a zone without imposing downhole restrictions. The drillpipe or tubing is then removed. Features With the ARGH: • No tubing is required between the guns and packer • No wireline work is required to drop the assembly • No restrictions are left in the casing below the packer • The maximum desired underbalanced pressure can be used • Production tubing can be run and tested independently from other tools • The ARGH and guns are run on the workstring • The risk of presetting the packer is reduced • In BigBore™ monobore completions. the guns are detonated and then released automatically into the bottom of the well. running coiled tubing.Automatic-Release Gun Hanger—Rotational Set For high volume testing and production. and slacks off weight on the ARGH. turns it to the right. This action eliminates the support to the slip assembly. the operator picks up the string.) • Lower gun-firing pressures can be used since all production equipment is pressure-tested before the guns are installed in the well (no need to exceed previous test pressures) Operation The ARGH is made up on the bottom of the perforating assembly. A righthand release on/off tool is made up on the top of the bottomhole assembly (BHA). With weight still on the BHA. the production tubing and permanent packer are installed before running the ARGH perforating assembly • Remedial work can be performed without pulling production equipment (such as setting bridge plugs. Two shaped charges are detonated into a sealed fluid chamber. The ARGH should be set at this point. The perforating assembly can be positioned and retained adjacent to the desired interval. etc. After the BHA is correlated on depth. the operator continues to turn the workstring to the right to release the on/off tool.

5) Casing Range lb/ft (kg/m) 5.8) 7 5/8 (193.78) 13-26 (19.75 (69.33 (1.25) 4.75 (95.18) 9.04 (1.2) 5. (mm) 3 1/2 (88.000 (18 140) 40.5 (14.84) 7.69) 17-38 (25.0 (203.5 (114.7-10.3-53.7) 7 (177.000 (54 400) 120.000 (54 400) 120.5 (123.2) 8.000 (18 140) 40.2 (8.04 (1.5-13.000 (18 140) 40.14-20.61) Maximum OD in.000 (54 400) 120.6-79.7) 9 5/8 (244.09) 11.11-26.75 (95.76-58.54) 20-39 (29.9) 4 1/2 (114.Automatic-Release Gun Hanger—Rotational Set Specifications Casing OD in.5 (123.000 (18 140) 40.80) 6.16) Minimum Tensile Rating lb (kg) 25.84) 6.02) 4. (mm) 2.3) 5.5-18 (17.49) 5.88 (1.000 (18 140) 40.25) 3.88 (1.000 (18 140) Perforating Solutions 5-83 .000 (38 500) 120.03) 29.3-56.5 (43.000 (11 300) 85.92 (1.2) Length ft (m) 3.3) 5 (127) 5 1/2 (139.08 (2.000 (54 400) Minimum BHA Weight lb (kg) 150 (68) 300 (136) 300 (136) 500 (227) 600 (272) 600 (272) 600 (272) Maximum Gun Weight lb (kg) 12.85) 3.300 (5580) 40.34-38.000 (38 500) 85.49) 4.48-15.

The drillpipe or tubing is then removed. the automatic-release gun hanger (ARGH) allows perforating and testing of a zone without imposing downhole restrictions.Automatic-Release Gun Hanger—Automatic-J Mandrel For high volume testing and production. the production tubing and permanent packer are installed before running the ARGH perforating assembly • Remedial work can be performed without pulling production equipment (such as setting bridge plugs. the guns are detonated and then released automatically into the bottom of the well. coiled tubing. The ARGH and perforating assembly are then released automatically and fall to the bottom. running coiled tubing. The perforating assembly can be positioned and retained adjacent to the desired interval. etc. or the workstring. slickline. or the workstring • In BigBore™ monobore completions. coiled tubing. adding perforations. This action eliminates the support to the slip assembly. Two shaped charges are detonated into a sealed fluid chamber. the explosive train is continued to the ARGH. Rotation is not required to set the automatic-J gun hanger. Upward and downward manipulation either sets or un-sets the hanger. After all surface equipment is installed. As the guns are detonated.) • Lower gun-firing pressures can be used since all production equipment is pressure-tested before the guns are installed in the well (no need to exceed previous test pressures) Operation The automatic-J mandrel can be run on wireline. Features With the ARGH: • No tubing is required between the guns and packer • No wireline work is required to drop the assembly • No restrictions are left in the casing below the packer • The maximum desired underbalanced pressure can be used • Production tubing can be run and tested independently from other tools • The automatic-J ARGH and guns are run on wireline. slickline. Slip Cone Silicone Fluid Chamber Automatic-J Mandrel Primacord Slip Assembly 5-84 HAL10542 Time-Delay Firer Crossover Automatic-Release Gun Hanger (ARGH) Automatic-J Mandrel Perforating Solutions .

3) Slimhole 5 1/2 (139.25) 3.09) 5 15.000 (18 140) 250.10) 9.000 (54 400) 120.2-12.14) 9.28 (2.5) 10 3/4 (273.000 (54 400) 120.5 (123.40-17.2 (8.80) 7.44 (2.25 (57.300 (5580) 20.34-67.2) 2. consult your local Halliburton representative.7 .3-53.5 (123.000 (1379) N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A *As total gun weight increases.50 (63.82) 7.29 (17.75 (95.18) 4 14.59) 53.000 (11 300) 25.71.000 (18 140) 40.47-1. (mm) 2.7) 9 5/8 (244.08 (2.31 .2) 9. Temperature rating is determined by explosives.79-3.000 (1379) 20.Automatic-J Mandrel Specifications Casing OD in.6-79.0 (22.43) 3 1/2 9.40-2.000 (38 500) 25.300 (72 700) Minimum BHA Weight lb (kg) 150 (68) 150 (68) 150 (68) 150 (68) 300 (136) 300 (136) 200 (91) 500 (227) 600 (272) 600 (272) 600 (272) 600 (272) Maximum Gun Weight lb (kg) 9.17 (233) Length ft (m) 4.0) 2.5 (14.79-58.14-20.0 (203.61) 10 3/4 60.75-10.000 (9072) 40.000 (11 300) 25.000 (1379) 20.50 (114.000 (18 140) 20.78) 4 1/2 15.49-4.75 (73.06-34.1-16.75 (95.28 (1.349-1.46-25.15) 5 1/2 15.22) 7 20-38 (29.2) 5.67) 3 1/2 5.87-5.000 (54 400) 120.0-18.29 (2.000 (11 300) 25.95 (13.79-3.000 (18 140) 40.40-2.52-9.87 (1.78) Maximum OD in.10 (90.000 (18 140) 40. Perforating Solutions 5-85 .000 (18 140) 40.000 (38 500) 85.47-1.26-10.000 (9072) 40.9) 4 (101. These ratings are guidelines only.000 (113 400) N/A 20.31-10.80-3.6) 3 1/2 (88.28 (2.78-20.000 (54 400) 160. the maximum operating pressure decreases.54) 7 5/8 24-39 (35.9) 4.000 (11 340) 120.000 (1379) N/A Tensile Rating lb (kg) 25.50 (9.03) 9 5/8 29.5-13.0) 2.71-58.5) 3.000 (11 340) 85.76-56.50 (88. For more information.3) 5.1) 3 1/2 (88.16) 9.32-26.80) 58.000 (4050) 12.5 (43.51) 9.105.26-10. (mm) 2 7/8 (73.47) 4.75 (73.40 (21.9 (22.95-9.56-15.2) 8.4-6.44 (2.50-23 (23.25) 3.8) 7 5/8 (193.8 (299) Maximum Operating Pressure* psi (bar) 20.27) 4 1/2 9.28 (1.9) Slimhole 4 1/2 (114.7) 7 (177.69-19.95-9.59) 4.300 (5580) 12.47 (16.87-5.14) 7.3) 5 (127) 4 1/2 (114.05) Casing Range lb/ft (kg/m) 2 7/8 6.

625 (117.000 (150 593) 416.73) 4.000 (1379) 20.33) 6P Acme Box × Pin 2 7/8 (73.18) 5.750 (146.16 (0.13 (0. It is easier to orient several short sections of guns.000 (27 216) 101271529 101271553 101271546 101284187 101278821 *Maximum operating tensile load is the point at which the ball bearing race will start to deform.375 (85.344) 1.75 (69.60) 6P Acme Box × Pin 4. this sub passes on the explosive transfer to the next gun. HAL10513 Explosive Transfer Swivel Sub Assembly Explosive Transfer Swivel Sub Specifications SAP No.00 (101.000 (185 973) Maximum Operating Tensile Load* lb (kg) 32.13 (0. rather than one long section.000 (1379) 20.05) Makeup Length ft (m) 1.353) 1. (mm) 2. This independent rotation is important on long strings of guns in horizontal wells when they must be oriented in a specific direction.Explosive Transfer Swivel Sub The explosive transfer swivel sub allows two sections of guns to rotate independently of one another.000 (1379) 20.000 (48 988) 190. (mm) 2 3/8 (60.000 (1379) Tensile Strength lb (kg) 108.344) 1.353) Maximum Operating Pressure psi (bar) 20.27) 6P Acme Box × Pin 5 1/8 (130.000 (18 144) 60. Temperature rating is determined by explosive.16 (0. Thread Size and Type in. Features • Useful in horizontal wells when shots need to be oriented in a specific direction to the wellbore • Bi-directional. In other words. and the tool will not function as designed.18) 6P Acme Box × Pin Maximum OD in.000 (188 694) 410.344) 1.000 (27 216) 60.000 (14 515) 40.000 (86 183) 332.420 (112.000 (1379) 20. allowing firing from either direction Operation This swivel sub can be run as a connector between two guns to allow them to rotate independently without breaking the explosive train.125 (130.03) 6P Acme Box × Pin 4.000 (27 216) 60.47) 5.13 (0.85) 3. 5-86 Perforating Solutions .

4 (24.73) Minimum ID Makeup Length ft (m) 2.000 lb Shearable Safety Sub Shearable Safety Sub Specifications SAP No. and modular applications • Can be sheared independently of the guns firing • Can be redressed at minimal cost This tool has been successfully sheared during testing using the following: • Shaffer shear 7 1/16-in. (mm) 3. wireline. 10k safety head • Piston diameter of 14 in. gun connections above and below • Can be run with tubing.000 (90 700) Weight lb (kg) 54.²) (2.76) Maximum Operating Pressure psi (bar) 20. The shearable safety sub provides two levels of defense against wellbore pressures. coiled tubing.000 (1380) Minimum Operating Pressure psi (bar) N/A Tensile Strength lb (kg) 200. it provides a sub with a smooth profile that is utilized by closing the sealing rams to control pressure when the gun connection is made up or broken out. it provides an area in the gun assembly that does not contain explosives and can be safely severed by the shear rams.000 psi • Force required to shear tool = (153 in. First. The most common application is in the use of live well intervention. Secondly. Acme Box x Pin Maximum OD in.6) 101245799 N/A Temperature rating is determined by explosive.000 psi) = 306.²) • Sheared at 2.Shearable Safety Sub The shearable safety sub is designed to provide a gap in the explosive train.375 (85. Perforating Solutions HAL15454 5-87 . (153 in. which could be severed at surface with the shear rams. Thread Size and Type 2 7/8-in. if the well conditions become dangerous and the shear rams need to be activated.50 (0. Features • Continues the explosive train without use of continuous explosives • Isolates pressure from below • Allows a smooth sealing area for the pipe rams to seal against • Uses standard explosives • Contains standard 3 3/8-in.

80) Effective OD in. (mm) 6. In some cases.72) 3.000 (201 395) Makeup Length in. Applications • Running guns on coiled tubing in horizontal and highly deviated wells • Dropping the guns into the rathole in highly deviated wells • Can be deployed in conjunction with the modular gun system HAL10567 Roller Tandem Assembly Roller Tandem Assembly Specifications SAP No.06 (77.000 (111 584) 414. of Rollers 6 (2 rows of 3) 8 (2 rows of 4) 8 (2 rows of 4) 8 (2 rows of 4) Roller Phasing 60° 45° 45° 45° Tensile Strength lb (kg) 140.85) 3 3/8 (85. (mm) 3.58) 9.47) 7 (177.52 (394.04) 7.76 (95.00) 8.25 (234.72) 4 5/8 (117.21) 5-88 Perforating Solutions .63 (143.97 (177.20 (208.000 (63 503) 246. (mm) 2 3/4 (69.Roller Tandem Assembly Roller tandem assemblies are used to reduce the friction between the perforating guns and the casing. 120021632 100155770 100155771 101313551 Size in.95) 15.000 (187 787) 444.28) No.70 (195.50) 5. the frictional drag can be reduced by as much as 90%.

The centralizers are designed to minimize the possibility of “hanging up” while running or pulling the guns and to maximize the flow area around the centralizers. it is desirable to centralize the guns and other tools in the casing. If the guns are not centralized. Application Two of the primary applications for the centralizers are: 1. Guns Centralizer Centralizer 2. the size of the exit holes will vary according to the clearance from the gun to the casing. HAL15986 Centralizer Tandem Perforating Solutions 5-89 . In modular gun completions. Contact your Halliburton representative for a list of available centralizers. Halliburton has designed a full range of centralizers to meet this requirement for all gun sizes. This can cause problems with sand control operations.Centralizer Tandem In certain types of TCP operations. it is necessary to centralize the gun modules to obtain a reliable explosive transfer between modules. it is recommended to centralize the guns to ensure that the exit holes in the casing will all be of a consistent size. When perforating with big hole charges.

When deploying the gun hanger on wireline. the rope socket typically acts as the weak point. allowing the retrieval of the guns and tubing from the well.73) No. Pulling or jarring on the pipe will cause the emergency release assembly to shear. Emergency Release Assembly Emergency Release Assembly Specifications SAP No. the emergency release is run between the gun hanger and guns to serve as a weak point in case the hanger gets stuck while running in the hole. (mm) 3 3/8 (85. 101201127 OD Size in.600 lb per screw Temperature Rating Determined by explosives Pressure Rating psi (bar) 25.000 (1724) 5-90 HAL15987 Perforating Solutions . When deploying the gun hanger on tubing or drill pipe. Shear Screws 8 steel shear screws rated at 5.Emergency Release Assembly The emergency release assembly was designed to run in conjunction with the automatic-release gun hanger assembly.

2 (cm2) Makeup Length ft (m) Maximum Operating Pressure psi (bar) 20.000 (1035) These ratings are guidelines only.000 (1380) Tensile Strength lb (kg) Burst Pressure psi (bar) Collapse Pressure psi (bar) 120038049 3. gun pressure shifts an actuating piston into a power piston.000 (1380) 170. This shift opens the flow ports to the tubing.03) 6P Acme Box Maximum OD in. The vent is actuated by rathole pressure after the perforating assembly has been detonated.4) 3.03) EUE 8 Rd Box × 2 7/8 (73.34) 2.37 (0.000 (1515) 22. Perforating Solutions 5-91 . For more information.55) Nonfull-bore 5@1. and ID of Ports in. consult your local Halliburton representative. Features • Ideal for highly deviated or horizontal wells • Requires minimal pressure to operate • Eliminates nitrogen displacement or swabbing the tubing string to achieve desired underbalance Operation The APF-C vent is run directly on top of the APF-C firing head.38 (85.0 (25.72) HAL15441 150. (mm) Flow Area in.74) 20.000 (77 000) 15.000 (1515) 101016565 3. Thread Size and Type in. When the perforating assembly is detonated. Annular Pressure-Control Line (APF-C) Vent Annular Pressure-Control Line (APF-C) Vent Specifications SAP No.Annular Pressure-Control Line Vent The annular pressure-control line (APF-C) vent is a device that isolates the tubing from annulus fluid or pressure.03) 6P Acme Box 2 7/8 (73.43 (0.85) Nonfull-bore 4@1. (mm) No.88 (98.4) 2.000 (68 000) 22. (mm) Minimum ID in.63 (16.33) EUE 8 Rd Box × 2 7/8 (73. (mm) 2 3/8 (60.0 (25.97) 2.93 (25.000 (1035) 15. It then provides a flowpath for the formation fluid into the tubing string.

A section of control line is made up from the packer to the top of the swivel. Features • Compatible with APF-C firing head and control line • Can be run anywhere between the packer and the firing head • Transmits pressure through the control line while rotating Operation The APF-C swivel is made up in the string between the packer and the firing head. Annulus pressure is transmitted from the packer. (mm) 2 7/8 EU 8rd Box × Pin Maximum OD in. (mm) 5. (mm) 2. A second section of control line is made up from the bottom of the swivel to the APF-C firing head. APF-C Swivel Sub Annular Pressure-Control Line (APF-C) Swivel Sub Specifications SAP No.13 (130.000 (90 718) Operating Load Limit Rating lb (kg) 36.8) Tensile Strength lb (kg) 200. 5-92 HAL10539 Perforating Solutions .000 (16 329) Burst Pressure psi (bar) NA* Collapse Pressure psi (bar) NA* Makeup Length ft (m) 1.Annular Pressure-Control Line Swivel Sub When run in conjunction with the annular pressure-control line (APF-C) firing head.3 (0. the APF-C swivel sub provides a swivel point between the guns and packer when it is desired to have the guns rotate freely as when orienting shots in a deviated well. through the swivel to the firing head.0 (50.30) Minimum ID in.39) 101230619 *The APF-C swivel sub is not designed to operate with differential pressure. Thread Size and Type in.

000 (827) Collapse Pressure psi (bar) 11.Annular Pressure-Control Line Tubing Release The 2 7/8-in.000 (54 431) Burst Pressure psi (bar) 12. testing.75).68) Maximum OD in. annulus pressure transfer reservoir (APTR). (mm) 4.25 (57.88 (47. Releasing can be accomplished by the use of a standard Halliburton or Garret shifting tool. The second control line transfers the pressure down to the APF-C firing head.98).24 (0. The control line for the APF-C is attached to the control line housing.35) Minimum ID in.15) Tensile Strength lb (kg) 120.125 (53. Features • Releasing the gun assembly opens the tubing for other tools such as production logging.000 (758) 87921 Perforating Solutions 5-93 . annular pressure-control line tubing release assembly (APF-C TR) provides a mechanical method of releasing the APF-C firing head and VannGun® assembly from the tubing string. HAL10589 APF-C Tubing Release (APF-C TR) Annular Pressure Control Line Tubing Release (APF-C TR) Specifications SAP No.03) EUE 8 Rd Box Lower Thread Size and Type 2 7/8 (73. (mm) Latch Sizes – 1.03) EUE 8 Rd Pin Makeup Length ft (m) 2. and treating • Low cost method to release gun assembly • Utilizes off-the-shelf shifting tools • No time limit on dropping the gun assembly • Leaves perforations uncovered and helps eliminate flow restriction Operation The APF-C TR is run between the APF-C firing head and the 7.62 (117. or 2. Upper Thread Size and Type 2 7/8 (73.or 9 5/8-in. which transfers the pressure through the APF-C TR and out the finger sub to a second control line. 2.

Thread Size and Type in. 5-94 Perforating Solutions .43) 1.000 (1035) 15. It is run between the packer and the guns.000 (1380) 15.98 (25. dropping a special tube will open the vent and not fire the guns. The BPV is activated when the detonating bar is dropped through the tubing and shears the hollow break plug.65) 5.000 (1035) Minimum Maximum Operating Differential Pressure Pressure psi (bar) psi (bar) 1. This tool helps to safely allow a differential pressure in wells with existing open perforations or in unperforated wells.55) 5.13 (28.20) 3.26) 2.45) Flow Area in.25 (57.75 (69.000 (1240) 19. and ID OD ID of Ports in.32) Makeup Length ft (m) 1. A lock ring locks the sleeve open.000 (1380) 22.000 (69) 1. HAL10565 Bar Pressure Vent (BPV) Bar Pressure Vent (BPV) Specifications SAP No.000 (1515) 17.30 (0.000 (181 400) Burst Collapse Pressure Pressure psi (bar) psi (bar) 24.15) 2. This action allows the pressure in the tubing to force the sleeve upward.85) 4 @ 1. (mm) 2 3/8 (60. it will pass through the tube and fire the guns.63 (92.000 (1310) 22.000 (550) 8.75 (44.70) 4 @ 1.000 (69) 1.94 (38.40 (0.57 (0. (mm) in.40) 3.90 (48.0) 1.90) EUE 8 Rd Box × Pin Maximum Minimum No.33) EUE 8 Rd Box × Pin 2 3/8 (60.000 (63 400) 146.000 (550) 8.40) 4 @ 1.27) 3.40) 4 @ 1.000 (1170) 18. Features • Offers an inexpensive way to create the necessary underbalance • Allows the hole to be totally contained at the wellhead before the surge • Allows the sleeve to lock in place once the port is opened • Can be run with any packer • Does not rely on tubing manipulation (Hydrostatic pressure in the tubing is the only force required) Operation The BPV consists of a ported housing and a sliding sleeve.72) 3.33) EUE 8 Rd Box × Pin 2 7/8 (73.000 (69) 1. consult your local Halliburton representative.0 (127.000 (1515) 20.14 (20.000 (550) Tensile Strength lb (kg) 140.Bar Pressure Vent The bar pressure vent (BPV) is designed to achieve a differential pressure between the formation and tubing string. The BPV is an internal sliding-sleeve tool actuated by pressure in the tubing.77 (11. If the vent must be opened before dropping the detonating bar.000 (550) 8.10) 1.40) 1.03) EUE 8 Rd Box × Pin 3 1/2 (88. The detonating bar continues downward to strike the firing head.000 (1035) 15.50 (38.000 (1655) 18.0 (25.30 (0. (mm) 3.88 (98.0 (25. For more information.2 (cm2) 1. When the bar is dropped.000 (1240) 101201951 100155788 100010328 100155789 These ratings are guidelines only.40) 1. The sliding sleeve is isolated from the tubing pressure by a break plug with a hollow center. uncovering the ports.000 (69) 8.06 (77.48) Maximum Operating Pressure psi (bar) 20. (mm) in.000 (66 200) 160.000 (72 500) 400.

000 (1515) 25. This pressure then ruptures a disk in the lower housing of the BPVD. For more information.32 (0. This action establishes communication with the tubing string. (mm) 4 @ 1. Features • Does not require tubing hydrostatic pressure to operate • Can operate in highly deviated wells • Can be used in wells with low formation pressure • Eliminates nitrogen requirements • Helps allow maximum underbalance • Is compatible with several types of firing heads • Can provide reliable and accurate pressure response Operation To open the BPVD.000 (69) Tensile Strength lb (kg) 150.0 (25. The BPVD can be set to work before or after the perforating assembly is detonated. Thread Size and Type in.000 (77 000) Burst Pressure psi (bar) 25.000 (1725) Collapse Pressure psi (bar) 22.000 (1035) 15.000 (1725) 100155787 3.0 (25. a predetermined annulus pressure is transmitted through the APCA to below the BPVD. (mm) Makeup Length ft (m) 2.26 (0. (mm) Minimum ID in.88 (98.Below-Packer Vent Device The below-packer vent device (BPVD) was developed for use with the annulus-pressure crossover assembly (APCA). and ID of Ports in. An actuating piston then forces the venting sleeve away from the production ports.38 (85.71) 2.000 (1035) Minimum Operating Pressure psi (bar) 1.000 (68 000) 170.4) 5 @ 1. consult your local Halliburton representative.85) 3. HAL15450 Below-Packer Vent Below-Packer Vent Device (BPVD) Below-Packer Vent Device (BPVD) Specifications SAP No. (mm) 2 3/8 (60.000 (69) 1.03) EUE 8 Rd Box × Pin Maximum OD in.69) No. Surface pressure applied to the annulus is transmitted through the APCA to a closed chamber below the BPVD and above a pressure-responsive firing head.000 (1725) 25.55) Nonfull-bore Nonfull-bore 100014176 These ratings are guidelines only.4) Maximum Operating Pressure psi (bar) 15. Perforating Solutions HAL15451 5-95 .33) EUE 8 Rd Box × Pin 2 7/8 (73.

75 (0. When the silicone fluid is released from the chamber. and ID of Ports in. the silicone fluid drains into the tubing.000 (104 700) 245. If there is more than 1. When the bar is dropped.0 (25. For more information.84) 221. (mm) Minimum ID in.29) 4.95 bar) in the tubing. HAL15445 Maximum Differential Bar Vent Maximum Differential Bar Vent (MDBV) Specifications SAP No.92 (25. If the vent must be opened before dropping the detonating bar.500 (1345) 19.000 (111 000) 19.30) 2.03) EUE 8 Rd Box × Pin 3 1/2 (88.70) 4 @ 1.87) 9.13 (28.000 (895) 14.20) 3.000 (965) 100005294 100156853 These ratings are guidelines only.50 (114.000 (965) 16.80) 2. 5-96 Perforating Solutions .39 (0.7 (69. Once the break plug is broken. (mm) Flow Area of Ports in.40) 4 @ 1. Running the MDBV allows the operator to run the tubing in the well with no hydrostatic pressure in the tubing.15) 2. (mm) 2 3/8 (60.85) 5 @ 1.500 (1135) 13. which keeps a spring compressed.01 (27.36 (92. Features • Operates with a minimum amount of fluid in the tubing • Helps allow maximum differential pressure when perforating in lowpressure formations • Does not depend on tubing hydrostatic pressure to operate • Assisted mechanically by an operating spring to help ensure full and complete opening • Can be used in wells with open perforations to achieve an underbalance when guns are fired to add new perforations Operation The maximum differential bar vent is held closed by a chamber of silicone fluid. the opening of the vent creates communication between the tubing and the rathole. The vent is opened by breaking the plug inside the tool and allowing the sleeve to uncover the ports.29 (0. The MDBV will open with up to 1. Thread Size and Type in. dropping a special tube will open the vent and not fire the guns. consult your local Halliburton representative.73) 2. and there is uncertainty about the rathole pressure. (mm) No. After the packer is set.81) 2.45) 3.88 (98.000 (100 200) 231.000 psi (68.9) EUE 8 Rd Box × Pin Maximum OD in. the spring extends and opens the vent.000 (1310) 14.2 (57.33) EUE 8 Rd Box × Pin 2 7/8 (73.0 (50.95 bar) in the tubing regardless of rathole pressure.55) 4.2 (cm2) Makeup Length ft (m) Temperature Rating (Limited by Silicone Fluid) °F (°C) 350 (176) 350 (176) 350 (176) Tensile Strength lb (kg) Burst Pressure psi (bar) Collapse Pressure psi (bar) 100005291 3.000 psi (68.70) 2. it will pass through the tube and fire the guns.75 (44.58 (61. consider the bar pressure vent instead of the MDBV.Maximum Differential Bar Vent The maximum differential bar vent (MDBV) assembly is run between the perforating guns and the packer.

000 (1240) 101297298 100014177 100014178 100014179 These ratings are guidelines only. The sleeve is then locked into the open position.0) 1. Pressure-Operated Vent (POV) Pressure-Operated Vent (POV) Specifications SAP No.65) 5.55) 5.000 (181 400) Burst Collapse Pressure Pressure psi (bar) psi (bar) 24.000 (69) Maximum Differential Pressure psi (bar) 8.27) 3.06 (77. and ID and Type OD ID of Ports Flow Area 2 in.000 (1170) 18.13 (28.Pressure-Operated Vent The pressure-operated vent (POV) is designed to achieve a differential pressure between the formation and tubing string and to provide a way to open the vent and test the packer before the guns are fired.000 (1035) Minimum Operating Pressure psi (bar) 1.000 (1515) 20.000 (63 400) 146.000 (69) 1.0 (25.000 (1655) 18.40) 4 @ 1.0 (127. (mm) in. (cm2) 2 3/8 (60.25 (57. (mm) in.03) EUE 8 Rd Box × Pin 3 1/2 (88. which uncovers the flow ports.40) 1.000 (550) 8.10) 1.75 (69.33) EUE 8 Rd Box × Pin 2 7/8 (73. (mm) in.75 (44. The sleeve is held in the closed position by a variable number of shear pins. consult your local Halliburton representative.14 (20.000 (1515) 17.40) 4 @ 1.30 (0.20) 3.70) 4 @ 1.000 (66 200) 160. (mm) in.90) EUE 8 Rd Box × Pin 3. and a set of shear pins.40) 3. a sliding sleeve. the hydrostatic pressure forces the sleeve upward. Adding the fluid into the tubing causes the POV to open and creates the proper pressure differential before firing.63 (92.000 (1035) 15.000 (72 500) 400. Features • Allows the vent to be opened without the guns being fired • Allows the packer to be tested before the guns are fired • Fills tubing automatically when run with Vann™ circulating valve HAL10538 • Can be run with mechanical or pressure-actuated firing heads • Useful in highly deviated wells • Compatible with other packers Operation The POV consists of a ported housing.94 (38.000 (1380) 15.32) Makeup Length ft (m) 1. Perforating Solutions 5-97 .000 (69) 1.50 (38. Total Thread Size Maximum Minimum No.77 (11.72) 3.40) 1.26) 2.000 (69) 1.40 (0.57 (0. The POV will open when the proper amount of hydrostatic pressure is applied to the shear pins. When the pins shear. When the guns have been positioned and the packer has been set.90 (48.43) 1.85) 4 @ 1.48) Maximum Operating Pressure psi (bar) 20.0 (25.15) 2.88 (98.000 (1380) 22.000 (550) 8.33) EUE 8 Rd Box × Pin 2 3/8 (60.000 (550) 8. The pins are isolated from annular pressure and are only exposed to the tubing hydrostatic.000 (1035) 15. For more information.000 (1310) 22. The amount of hydrostatic it takes to open the POV depends on how many shear pins are installed in the tool.30 (0.98 (25.45) 1.000 (550) Tensile Strength lb (kg) 140. the predetermined amount of fluid is added to the tubing. Nitrogen may also be used with or in place of the fluids to obtain the necessary hydrostatic pressure in the tubing.000 (1240) 19.

000 (177 700) Burst Pressure psi (bar) 22.26) 4. which must be ordered separately. The sliding sleeve. is open while the tool is run in the hole. the hydrostatic pressure enters the lower air chamber through the ruptured disk. 5-98 Perforating Solutions HAL15447 . These ratings are guidelines only.000 (1250) 18. Thread Size and Type in.11) Minimum ID in.000 (1515) 20. The amount of hydrostatic pressure required to actuate the VCV depends on the rating of the rupture disk.14 (20.0 (25. and ID Flow Area of Ports of Ports in. The rupture disk is available for different pressure ratings as needed. (mm) 2 3/8 (60.85) 4.71 (30. the operator applies pressure to the tubing or annulus to rupture a disk and close the VCV.25 (0. For more information.Vann™ Circulating Valve The Vann™ circulating valve (VCV) is designed to be used as a fill-up valve or as a circulating valve for displacing well fluids before setting a packer. Vann™ Circulating Valve (VCV) Vann™ Circulating Valve (VCV) Specifications SAP No.39) Makeup Length ft (m) 1. (mm) in.12 (53. consult your local Halliburton representative.85) 120038456 *Optional connections are 2 7/8-IF and 3 1/2-IF. (mm) 3.33) EUE 8 Rd Box × Pin 2 7/8 (73.000 (69) 1. Once the disk ruptures.38 (85.99) Maximum Operating Pressure psi (bar) 15.4) 6 @ 1.96 (0. and a rupture disk.000 (1035) Minimum Operating Pressure psi (bar) 1.000 (1035) 15.000 (102 000) 392. a sliding sleeve.65 (188.2 (cm2) 4 @ 1.875 (47.000 (1250) 101015372 1.0 (25. (mm) No. Operating pressure can be pump-pressure applied after the VCV is at the bottom of the well or applied by hydrostatic pressure when the tool is run in the hole. After the fluid is displaced.62) 2. forcing the sliding sleeve upward to cover the flow ports.60) 3. which has two air chambers.03) EUE 8 Rd Box × Pin* Maximum OD in.000 (69) Tensile Strength lb (kg) 225.000 (1380) Collapse Pressure psi (bar) 18. Features • Can be used as a circulating and shutoff valve • Often run with other venting or production devices • Economical and reusable Operation The VCV consists of a ported housing.4) 3.

TDF Perforating Solutions 5-99 . The releasing device is actuated by the pressure generated outside the perforating guns upon detonation. Features • Can be used with most mechanical and pressure-actuated firing heads • Allows for immediate release of the guns • Leaves the tubing fully open after the guns are released • Eliminates the need to run wireline to shift the guns • Reduces the chance of the gun’s sticking because of debris Operation The AR allows for dropping the perforating guns after they are fired. Auto Release with Mechanical Firing Head 3 3/8-in. HAL10512 Automatic Release (AR) Automatic Release (AR) Assemblies List SAP No. Auto Release with Mechanical Firing Head Model II-D 3 3/8-in. Auto Release Firer Low Pressure with Model II-D 4 1/2-in. Auto Release with Mechanical Firing Head Model III-D 3 3/8 in. Auto Release Firer with 2 1/2 in. Auto Release with Mechanical Firing Head 3 1/2-in. TDF 3 3/8-in. Auto Release-High Pressure with 2 1/2-in. Auto Release with Mechanical Firing Head 2 3/4-in. TDF 3 3/8-in. Auto Release Firer with 2 1/2 in. Auto Release Firer. Low Pressure with Model II-D 3 1/2-in. The guns may be fired either mechanically or by pressure. 100005225 100005226 100005233 100005234 100155754 100005235 100014158 100010045 101313281 100005236 100156106 101205564 101294470 101313282 100155752 101294471 101213155 101357916 Description 2 3/4-in.Automatic Release The automatic release (AR) allows the perforating guns to drop immediately after firing. Auto Release-High Pressure with Mechanical Firing Head 3 3/8-in. Auto Release with Mechanical Firing Head Model II-D 4 1/2-in. TDF 3 1/2-in. Auto Release with 2 1/2-in. Auto Release Firer with Model II-D 4 1/2-in. Auto Release Firer with 2 1/2 in. Auto Release with Mechanical Firing Head Model II-D 3 1/2-in. TDF 4 1/2-in. TDF (3 1/2 NK3SB) 3 1/2-in. Auto Release with Mechanical Firing Head Model II-D 3 3/8-in. Auto Release Firer with 2 1/2 in. so the guns are released as soon as they fire.

38 (85.5 (114.000 (1380) 20. TDF 5 1/2-in.01) 3.7) TS-3SB Pin 5 1/2 (139.500 (103) 1.39 (0.06 (0. Auto Release Firer with 2 1/2 in.000 (896) Minimum Operating Pressure psi (bar) 1.03) EUE 8 Rd 2 7/8 (73.000 (1380) 20.186) 2. (mm) 2.56) 2.000 (52 100) 87. (mm) Maximum OD in.957 (151) ID After Release in.09) 2.83 (0.000 (30 800) 68.67 (93.03) EUE 8 Rd 2 7/8 (73.30) OD Box 3 1/2 (88.500 (103) 500 (34) 500 (34) 1.23 (0.100 (48 100) 106.72 (69.000 (690) 17.000 (690) 9.33) EUE 8 Rd 2 7/8 (73.68) 2.500 (103) 1.15) 3.90) NK3SB Box 3 1/2 (88.30) OD Blank 4 1/2 (114.500 (22 400) 68.200 (39 553) 53.500 (103) 1.03) EUE 8 Rd 3 1/2 (88.30) OD Blank 4 1/2 (114.33) EUE 8 Rd 2 3/8 (60.68) 2.100 (48 100) 100005225 100005226 100005233 100005234 100005235 100155754 100014158 100010045 100005236 100156106 100155752 101357916 101294470 101313059 101357918 101313281 101205564 101313282 100155752 101294471 101213155 101313025 2 3/8 (60.38 (85.000 (1380) 20.000 (1380) 20.73) Maximum Operating Pressure psi (bar) 20. Auto Release Firer with 3 3/8 in.68) 2. TDF Automatic Release (AR) Specifications SAP No. Thread Size and Type in.000 (30 800) 68.000 (690) 10.09) 2.500 (103) 7000 (483) 7000 (483) 4000 (276) 7000 (483) Maximum Differential Pressure psi (bar) 15.81 (148) 5.68) 2.500 (103) 1.38 (85.800 (1227) 13.000 (30 800) 68.22) 3.78 (96.000 (30 800) 68.000 (1380) 20.90) EUE 8 Rd 3 1/2 (88.03) EUE 8 Rd 2 7/8 (73.00 (76.95) 3.68) 2.68) 2.70 (119) Makeup Length ft (m) 2.000 (1380) 20.76 (96) 3.300 (24 100) 106.78 (96.38 (85.38 (85. Auto Release Firer with Model II-D 5 1/2-in.30) CS Hydril Box 5 1/2 (139.7) OD Blank Contact Halliburton TCP Representative 5-100 Perforating Solutions .09) 2.90) EUE 8 Rd 3 1/2 (88.90) NK3SB Box 4 1/2 (114.85) 3.68) 2.23 (0.78 (96.125 (53.85) 3.728) 1.500 (103) 1. (mm) 2.23 (0.000 (1380) 20.85) 3.99 (75.000 (1380) 20.Automatic Release (AR) Assemblies List SAP No.63) 2.000 (1380) 13.01) 4.03) EUE 8 Rd 2 7/8 (73.000 (896) 20.68) 2.15) 2.85) 3.23 (0.23 (0.000 (1170) 10.000 (690) 10.000 (30 800) 68.30) OD Box 4 1/2 (114.000 (1035) 15.500 (103) 1.90) EUE 8 Rd 4 1/2 (114.500 (655) 6000 (414) 7500 (517) 4700 (324) 4000 (276) Tensile Strength lb (kg) 49.98) 2.125 (53.74 (0.95) 2.52 (64.39 (.98) 2.000 (1380) 17.72 (69.90) EUE 8 Rd 5 1/2 (139.52 (64.186) 2. Auto Release Firer with Model II-D or III-D 5 1/2-in.000 (30 800) 115.23 (0.000 (30 800) 68.09) 2.88 (73.85) 3.99 (75.85) 3.01) 5.7) VAM Box 3 1/2 (88.23 (0.88 (73.72 (69.72 (69. 101313025 101310170 101313059 101357918 Description 5 1/2-in.68) 2.38 (85.53) 1.000 (1035) 10.500 (103) 1.500 (22 400) 49.03) EUE 8 Rd 2 7/8 (73.000 (1380) 20.000 (1170) 17.63) 2.703 (119) 4.23 (0.92 (126) 3.30) 4.23 (0.2) 4.06 (0.000 (1380) 20.000 (690) 10.000 (690) 10.000 (30 800) 68.

3. To operate the MTR.81 (45. the user must do the following: 1. a lower finger release sub. Mechanical Tubing Release (MTR) Mechanical Tubing Release (MTR) Specifications SAP No. and a latch.06 (77.97) 1. Go back down to verify the release of the VannGun assembly.500 (50 576) 12. (mm) Minimum ID (Latch Size) in. Pick back up to engage the latch and lightly jar the latch four or five times.10) 100005286 2 3/8 (60.40) 1. 2. The MTR is usually run above the firing head and below the production ports below the packer.46) Tensile Strength lb (kg) Burst Pressure psi (bar) Collapse Pressure psi (bar) Makeup Length ft (m) Perforating Solutions HAL15435 5-101 .000 (825) 10. production testing.000 (690) 1.63 (41.50 (0.33) EUE 8 Rd Box × Pin 3. (mm) Maximum OD in. The latch retains the finger release sub in the housing. A standard shifting tool is used to operate the release mechanism in the MTR. Select the proper shifting tool and run it into the hole on slickline through the MTR. (w/o Latch) Thread Size and Type in.Mechanical Tubing Release The mechanical tubing release (MTR) provides operators with the option of keeping or releasing the VannGun® assembly from the tubing string. (mm) 1. Features • Frees the tubing for other tools and operations such as logging. and treating • Provides a low-cost way to release the gun assembly • Uses standard off-the-shelf shifting tools • Does not have a time limit on dropping the gun assembly • Leaves perforations uncovered to eliminate flow restrictions Operation The MTR consists of three main components: the upper housing.88 (760) 111.50 (38.22) 1.

69 (42.88 (47.25 (57.15) 2.33) 5.156 (80.75) 42 BO 117 101059064 42 BO 237 101059079 2.41) Key Minimum OD in.16) 4.50 (165) 5.10) 4.200) 107. For more information.75 (69.000 (48.28) 1.25) 3.6 Vamace Box X Pin. (mm) 1.400 (441) 6.15) 2. (mm) Minimum ID (Latch Size) in.500) 168.25) 4.5 Vam Top Threads. (mm) 1.000 (825) 6.15) 100005284 3 1/2 (88.81 (45.000 (76.108 (53.037) 3.50 (140) 2.000 (760) 12.156 (54.000 (760) 5.156 (54. 13 Chrome 4 1/2-12.67 (93.006) 2.59 (142.74) 1.7 (1.76) 2.156 (54.10) 1.98) 2.800 (469) 6.1 (1.57) 3.13 (53.73) 2.000 (414) 1.89 (48.25 (57.076 (52.85) 1.75 (69.75 (44.569) 2.63 (0.64 (41.9) EUE 8 Rd Box × Pin 5 (127) 15 lb (6.500 (50 576) 111.625 (41.93) 2.500 (50 576) 12.Mechanical Tubing Release (MTR) Specifications SAP No.000 (760) 1.125 (53.500) 11. SAP No.562 (90) 111.62 (41.88 (47.148) 1.8 kg) New Vam Box × Pin 5 1/2-17. 13 Chrome 3.00 Vam Top HC Box X Pin Threads.718 (69.60 (1.46) 4.85) 3.000 (345) 6.73) 2.98) 2.000 (48.592 (65. 42 B 818 101282505 42 B 80 101059269 42 B 37 101059122 42 B 681 101059193 42 B 153 101059090 42 B 37 101059122 42 B 681 101059193 42 B 287 101059109 42 B 387 101059133 42 B 349 101059118 42 B 707 101059204 101399753 101399113 Key Maximum Exp. 42 BO 245 101059081 42 BO 121 12005796 42 BO 117 101059064 42 BO 237 101059079 42 BO 116 100008775 1.50 (165) 5.38 (85.50 (140) 6.076 (52.313 (110) 3.4) 4.85) 3.15 (105.69 (93.500 (50 576) 168.84 (46.000 (414) 4.762) 1.65) 1.76) 2.50) Tensile Strength lb (kg) Burst Pressure psi (bar) Collapse Pressure psi (bar) Makeup Length ft (m) 101236790 101435633 101398862 101399826 101327124 Mechanical Tubing Release (MTR) Shifting Tool and Key Number Latch Size in. (mm) Maximum OD in. 13 Chrome 5 1/2-15.300 (434) 6.69 (93. 5-102 Perforating Solutions .68) 4.49 (37.97 (50.8 (1.95 (100.313 (110) 3.25 (57.000 (76 200) 107.300 (434) 10.04) 2. (mm) 1.01) 6.03) EUE 8 Rd Box × Pin 3.000 (690) 11. SAP No.000 (276) 6.85) 2.45) 1.837) 2.97) Tool No.88 (0.313 (110) 42 BO 118 100008776 42 BO 159 101015719 42 BO 146 100009659 42 BO 238 101010057 101399752 101399109 Key No.218) These ratings are guidelines only. (mm) 1.45) 1.6 Vam Top Threads.1 (1. (w/o Latch) Thread Size and Type in.000 (825) 11. 13 Chrome 4 1/2-12.69 (42.49 (63.50 (38.25) 111.93) 1. consult your local Halliburton representative.562 (90) 4.73) 3. OD in.562 (90) 4.750 (44.75) 100005281 2 7/8 (73.

000 (670) 10.000 (620) 10. Once the guns drop away.5 (88.24) Makeup Length ft (m) 1.52) Tensile Strength lb (kg) 90.75 (95.70) 1.76 (44. In fact.000 (670) 10.000 (670) 10.812 (46. other tools and operations have no restrictions through the end of the tubing. Thread Size and Type in.86 (47. the housing attached to the string has a greater ID than the tubing.24) 1.828 (71. the guns drop off of the production tubing.000 (54 400) 130.63 (41.Pressure-Actuated Tubing Release The pressure-actuated tubing release (PATR) is used to separate the guns from the toolstring when mechanical or slickline devices are not desirable. Once the latch has been shifted. inner sleeve.03) EUE 8 Rd Box × Pin 3 1/2 (88. (mm) 1.52) 1.02) 1.25) 4. Features • Leaves the tubing string fully open • Ideal for use in remote areas where wireline is expensive or unavailable • Ideal for situations where wireline can cause a safety hazard • Provides access to the wellbore for production logging tools • Especially suited for releasing guns prior to stimulation treatments Operation The PATR consists of four main components: an upper housing.73 (0. (mm) 2 3/8 (60. When separated.38 (85.000 (670) Collapse Pressure psi (bar) 9.19 (106.9) EUE 8 Rd Box × Pin Maximum OD in.02) Minimum ID After Release in. (mm) 3.31 (58. (mm) 1. The PATR is pressure-balanced until the standing valve is dropped into the inner sleeve.72 (0. lower finger release sub.812 (46.86 (47. consult your local Halliburton representative.67) 2.90) Standing Valve OD in. Perforating Solutions HAL10531 5-103 .83) 3.43) Minimum ID Before Release in. (mm) 2.53) 1.33) EUE 8 Rd Box × Pin 2 7/8 (73. For more information.000 (670) 100156751 100156744 101015385 These ratings are guidelines only.85) 3. and retaining latch. Tubing pressure is applied to shear the retaining pins in the latch.71 (0.40) 1. the finger release sub with the sleeve releases from the housing and drops the perforating assembly into the rathole.000 (58 900) Burst Pressure psi (bar) 10. HAL15442 Pressure-Actuated Tubing Release (PATR) Standing Valve Pressure-Actuated Tubing Release (PATR) Specifications SAP No.000 (40 800) 120.

00050531 00050462 Maximum OD in. Any time the well temperature drops below the selected temperature setting. The pressure-assisted device fires the perforating guns. Rod travel takes approximately 20 minutes before contracting the pressureassisted firing device. The DPU firing head is run on slickline. a pin is sheared and perforating is activated. the DPU firing head is activated and the rod begins to stroke out.66 OD DPU and 2. several parameters must be present. (mm) 3. the DPU firing head activation sequence is stopped • Downhole Temperature: The DPU firing head requires a precise surface-selected downhole temperature.50 (64. the other operating parameters are inactive • Surface-Selected Timer: The DPU firing head has a surface-selected timer that is activated if the three previous parameters are present If these four parameters are present. After initial activation. If the accelerometer detects motion.50-in. the DPU runs for 25 minutes and then turns off. For the DPU firing head to begin activation. DPU Power Rod Push Guide Model III Firing Head Adapter to Guns Fish Neck Pressure Temperature Switch Firing Head PC Board DPU Downhole Power Unit ® DPU® Power Rod Push Guide Model III Firing Head HAL15990 Adapter to Guns DPU® Downhole Power Unit Conversion Kits for DPU® Downhole Power Unit Assembly No.66 (93. The 3. • Pressure setting: The DPU firing head has a surfaceselected downhole pressure setting that must be met. this type of perforating gun activation was run on tubing.DPU® Downhole Power Unit The DPU® downhole power unit firing head is an electromechanical device that is designed to produce a linear force that activates a pressure-assisted firing device. Before the DPU firing head was used to activate the pressure-assisted firing device.50) 5-104 Perforating Solutions HAL15988 .96) 2. The pressure-assisted firing device was previously activated by dropping a device from the surface. When the DPU firing head rod contacts the pressure-assisted firing device. the DPU firing head activation sequence is stopped • Tool Movement: The DPU firing head has an accelerometer that detects tool movement. DPU firing head can be converted to run either the Model II-D or the Model III-D pressure-assisted firing heads. Any time the well pressure at the DPU firing head drops below the selected pressure setting. 146DFH20 146DFH11 SAP No.

The SmartETD tool requires four parameters to be met prior to firing. With its built-in sensor and memory capabilities. it initiates the firing sequence. and reliable method to run and fire downhole explosive tools using slickline. Temperature °F (°C) Max. 146ETD14 Optional No-Blow No-Drop Assembly 1. (mm) Max. of Points (reading) yes yes 12k data sets yes (programmable) yes (programmable) yes (programmable) yes no yes yes Smart ETD Tool ® HV Shooting Module Adapter Selectable Mechanical Pressure Switch Shock Absorber Detonator Sub/Explosives as required with STD 1 3/8-in. After the tool stops.42) No-Blow. time (preset).000 (103. These are motion. as well as API RP-67-compliant devices. pressure (preset). After the SmartETD timer has remained motionless for a specific period of time and has simultaneously encountered the preset temperature and pressure windows. HAL15398 SmartETD® Specifications Features 101038328 SAP No. any motion resets the electronic timer. and temperature (preset). The SmartETD tool will fire the Halliburton rig environment RED® detonator. The timing sequence begins when the tool is exposed to pressure.SmartETD® Advanced Electronic Triggering Device The SmartETD® tool is an advanced electronic triggering device that provides an accurate. safe. GO™ Connection VannGun® Assembly SmartETD® Tool Perforating Solutions 5-105 .690 (42. it can record and store downhole temperature and pressure data that can be used by the slickline specialists to program firing parameters. (mm) Length in. Pressure psi (bar) Top Shock/Centralizer Quick Lock Assembly Control Parameters Pressure Temperature Time Motion Tension Resist Detonation Capability HES RED® Capability Memory Logging Pressure Temperature No. No Drop Assembly Diameter in. The SmartETD tool can log memory settings for pressure and temperature readings up to 12k data sets.93) 60 (1524) 300 (149) 15. It is also capable of resisting detonation.

Y-Block Assembly The Y-block assembly is used in dual completions and single selective completions to attach or hang guns from the long string. The ported Y-block allows guns to be fired upon applying pressure to the long string. In single selective completions. the tubing size and type. this installation is run either for selectively shooting and testing two zones or for production when the application requires the option of producing two zones separately through one tubing string. The Y-block assembly is available as a ported or non-ported assembly. In dual completions. Non-Ported Ported Time-Delay Firer Retrievable Packer Sliding-Side Door® Y-Block VannGun® Assembly Hydraulic Packer HAL10578 Nipple Y-block assemblies are custom-made according to the casing ID. and the gun size. the assembly allows for the elimination of the tail pipe between the dual packer and the gun. Consult your local Halliburton representative for ordering information. In the non-ported assembly. there is no communication between the long string and the short string. Vent Tubing Release Mechanical Firing Head VannGun Assembly HAL8139 Time-Delay Firer Y-Block Assembly 5-106 Perforating Solutions .

Gun guides are also used with Y-blocks in dual-string and single-string completions. The wraparound type may also be used in the wellbores with the same ID top to bottom.73 mm and smaller) that are typically run on the short string side of a dual completion. then the wraparound guide must be used. Dual Hydraulic Set Packer Balanced Isolation Tool VannGun® Assemblies Gun Guide VannGun Assemblies Gun Guide VannGun Assemblies Time-Delay Firing Head HAL10577 Dual Completion with Wraparound Gun Guide Permanent or Retrievable Packer Tubing Release Mechanical Firing Head HAL15395 VannGun Assemblies Time-Delay Firing Head HAL6190 Dual Completion with Gun Guides Dual Completion with Dual Gun Guide Perforating Solutions 5-107 . The gun orientation must be maintained so that the charges shoot away from the long string. Guides are available for most of the smaller size guns (3 3/8 in. The delta-shaped or dual gun guide can be used when the casing ID is the same from top to bottom. or 85. There are two types of gun guides.Gun Guides Gun guides were developed by Halliburton to maintain the proper orientation of guns attached to the short string in a dual completion. If the casing at the top of the well is larger.

The ever-present goal is to reduce completion CAPEX and maximize net present value.Hydraulic Metering Release Tool for the Single Trip System (STPP™-GH) Tool The hydraulic metering release tool is one component of the single trip system that allows us to perforate and frac-pack a zone of interest in a single trip.or overbalanced • Perform the sand control option most suitable for your well (FP. These benefits become even more profound as well parameters become more severe. HRWF. Numerous safety and economic benefits accompany this capability. GP) • Complete deep. hot zones where fluid loss pills are not effective Silicone Fluid Floating Piston Metering Section Plug Finger Release Stinger/Fishneck Shear Screws Hydraulic Metering Release Tool 5-108 HAL15780 Perforating Solutions . Features • Save rig time with reduced pipe trips for faster completions • Minimize fluid loss and formation damage • Minimize associated well control risks • Perforate under.

05) *Effective OD of the tool is dictated by the OD of the skirt to be used.5 (19. ***The tool is assembled with four shear screws of 3.5 (11.97) 7.46 (70.88) 97. ***The tool is assembled with four shear screws of 3. (cm) Effective OD* in.96) Temperature Rating °F (°C) Tensile Rating lb (kg) Maximum Slack off Weight on Tool lb (kg) Minimum Slackoff Weight on Tool lb (kg) Redressable Weight lb (kg) Perforating Solutions 5-109 .33-148. 200-350 (93.Hydraulic Metering Release Assembly (Low Temperature) Upper Thread Size and Type Lower Thread Size and Type Overall Length in.700 (44 315) 30.5 (11. (cm) Effective OD* in.97) 7.5 (19.5 (11.47 (115.5 (13.96) Temperature Rating °F (°C) Tensile Rating lb (kg) Maximum Slack Off Weight on Tool lb (kg) Minimum Slack Off Weight on Tool lb (kg) Redressable Weight lb (kg) Hydraulic Metering Release Assembly (High Temperature) Upper Thread Size and Type Lower Thread Size and Type Overall Length in. **Maximum weight on gun hanger = gun weight + slackoff weight on hydraulic release tool.600 (6168) Yes 156.400 lb each.5 (11.43) 2 7/8 EU-RD N/A 45.46 (70.5 (13.000 (13 607) 13. (cm) 4.05) *Effective OD of the tool is dictated by the OD of the skirt to be used.43) 2 7/8 EU-RD N/A 45. (cm) Maximum OD in. **Maximum weight on gun hanger = gun weight + slackoff weight on hydraulic release tool.43) 5.400 lb each.47 (115.33) 97.600 (6168) Yes 156. 200 (93. (cm) Maximum OD in.700 (44 315) 30.000 (13 607) 13. (cm) 4.43) 5.49) 4.49) 4.

000 data points per second to give exceptionally accurate and reliable information. the customer can retrieve pressure data from the gun and also determine if the gun actually fired. Inc. With this feature. Use of the shock mitigator lengthens the life of the recorder. to validate computer models. The data the fast gauge recorder collects can be used to determine whether or not the job was executed properly.Fast Gauge Recorder The fast gauge recorder is a downhole gauge that records important pressure and temperature data in high-pressure. severe shock/vibration environments. The pressure profile collected is used to verify proper propellant burn as well as determine the fracturing response of the formation by analyzing post-job data with PulsFrac™** software. reducing shock and vibration (up to a factor of 10) that occurs when the gun ignites.86 mm) OD gauge is its use as a “drop bar” to fire a propellant or perforating gun. A special application of the 1 11/16-in. The gauge can be used with firing pin and fishneck attachments as the drop bar to trigger a gun firing head. and sensors. The gauge starts sampling at a slow speed and when a pressure pulse or acceleration/vibration event occurs. then back to an intermediate speed.000 g. and to make initial determinations of rock properties. battery. **PulsFrac is a trademark of John F. The fast gauge recorder can perform within the rigors of perforating applications by withstanding shock loads of 100. The tool collects and records 115. (42. the gauge automatically switches to a high sampling speed. acceleration. and finally back to a slow sampling speed. Fast Gauge Recorder *StimTube and StimGun are trademarks of Marathon Oil Company. It can be left there as long as necessary to collect pressure flow data. The data can also be used to estimate fracture gradients. Schatz Research and Consulting. The programmable multi-speed feature allows flexibility in collecting pressure. 5-110 Perforating Solutions HAL15464 . Each gauge includes a shock mitigator which isolates the gauge from the tool. This gauge is typically used with StimGun™* assemblies or StimTube™* tools. The process can be repeated until the memory is full. and vibration data at various sampling speeds and time intervals.

temperature.576 data points Perforating Solutions 5-111 .000 g Current Drain 500 uA sleeping 100 mA sampling Computer/ Communications 750 MHz or greater PC.Features • • • • • • • • • Shock-hardened design High sampling speed Records pressure. vibration. acceleration. Sampling Rate 115. and acceleration/ vibration ranges • • • • • • • • Measures tool movement and acceleration/vibration up to ±50. and high speeds and time intervals Can be used as drop bar pressure gauge Computer programming and data readout Internal microprocessor control Automatic sensor testing and balancing Selectable pressure.000 (1034) continuous Data Resolution 12 bits @ 115.000 data points per second Auto stop/start recording modes Includes shock mitigator Up to 1.000 (2413) peak 15.000 g Current and internal/battery voltage readouts to verify proper gauge operation Internal temperature and battery data Selectable sampling rates up to 115. and temperature Programmable low. with standard RS-232 Software Sensor Frequency Response 0 to 10. intermediate. OD × 50 in. AA alkaline or lithium cells Windows 98* *Windows 2000 or NT is recommended.000 data points/second Memory Capacity 1.048. (22 lb) Maximum Acceleration and Vibration ± 50.000 Hz Power Requirements 6 to 12 volts.756 data points of memory Uses low-cost standard AA alkaline or lithium batteries Fast Gauge Recorder Specifications Gauge Dimensions 1 11/16 in.000 points/second down to one sample every 10 seconds Temperature Range °F (°C) -40 to 248 (-40 to 120) Pressure Range psi (bar) 35.048.

375 (85. Features • Offers three configurations: – Normal perforating and plug setting – Stand-alone gamma/CCL-correlation – Side wall coring • High resistance minimizes accidental firing risks • Slimhole version allows perforating operations to be performed without the need to pull tubing from the well Gamma Perforator Logging Tool Specifications Tool Length GPLT GPST Length ft (m) 5. The gamma perforator is not intended to provide a calibrated gamma measurement. the electronic components are covered with silicon potting to help dampen the shock wave that impacts components. and 1.9) Maximum Pressure psi (Mpa) 20. In addition. and coring guns. All sub-assemblies required for perforating with different connections must be ordered individually.687-in.9) 5-112 Perforating Solutions .Gamma Perforator Logging Tool The gamma perforator is a ruggedized depth correlation tool designed specifically for operation with explosive equipment.375-in.9) 18. (mm) 3.03 (1. The gamma perforator is available in two sizes: 3.2) 35 (15.69 (42. and calibration procedures are only used to ensure that the tool is working properly before and after jobs.000 (124.7) Weight lb (kg) 82 (37. The tool has a built-in shock absorber system and does not require an external shock sub.23 (1.5) 6. openhole or cased hole wells.7) 1. packers and plugs. version. The tool can operate in liquid or gas-filled.9) Diameter in.1) Maximum Temperature °F (°C) 350 (176.7) 350 (176. No borehole corrections are performed in the algorithms.000 (137. such as perforating guns.

electric welding operation. 1.000 psi for one hour • UN shipping classification: 1.Detonators Capsule RED® Detonators The capsule RED® detonator is an advanced electro-explosive device designed for use with capsule perforating guns and other explosive devices where a pressure-resistant detonator is required. mobile or fixed) operation—minimum distance radius from explosive workplace = no minimum distance restriction – Offshore workboats (or other 1-MHz.” Deliver 250 VDC to the firing head • Recommended firing polarity: positive or negative DC • Requirements for radio silence waivers: – Transmitters with power less than 1 watt = no exclusion area – Handheld RF transmitters (cell phones and walkietalkies) operation— minimum distance radius from explosive workplace = no minimum distance restriction – All other RF sources (land or offshore. Features • Does not use primary explosives • Redundant electrical components for enhanced safety • Ceramic firing capacitors for enhanced reliability • Surface-mount circuit technology for ruggedness • Metal housing for radio frequency shielding • High-output explosive load and flyer plate for enhanced reliable detonation transfer • Dual sealing methods at top of detonator • Patented sealing for detonating cord interface Specifications • No-fire voltage level: 120 VDC • Firing voltage: 155 to 190 VDC (nominal 175 VDC) • Recommended firing method: “Dump firing.4S Capsule RED® Detonator Perforating Solutions HAL9251 5-113 . or electrical cathodic protection systems = operation acceptable if stray voltage is less than 2 V • Bleed-off time with power removed: 5 sec • Semi-conductor bridge (SCB) resistance: 2 ohms • No-fire DC power dissipation (stand-alone SCB without circuit): 5 watts minimum • Energetic materials: – Ignition pyrotechnic mix = 50 mg THKP – Transition column = 400 mg HMX – Output pellet = 500 mg HMX • Environmental rating: 375°F at 15.000 watt or above transmitters) operation— minimum distance radius from explosive workplace = no minimum distance restriction – Stray voltage measurement. The design features of the capsule RED detonator provides significantly improved safety characteristics over conventional resistorized devices and allows wellsite activities to continue uninterrupted while perforating.

1. mobile or fixed) operation—minimum distance radius from explosive workplace = no minimum distance restriction – Offshore workboats (or other 1-MHz.15 gm FFFG black powder and .4G RED® GO™-Style Thermal Igniter 5-114 Perforating Solutions HAL11756 . The design features of the RED igniter provide significantly improved safety characteristics over conventional resistorized devices and allow many wellsite activities to continue uninterrupted while using power setting tools. or electrical cathodic protection systems = operation acceptable if stray voltage is less than 2 V • Bleed-off time with power removed: 5 sec • SCB resistance: 2 ohms • SCB no-fire power dissipation: 5 watts minimum • Energetic materials: – Ignition pyrotechnic mix = 150 mg THKP pressed in SCB header – Main load = . Features • Mates with top subs and adapters for industry standard setting tools • Redundant electrical components for enhanced safety • Multiple ceramic firing capacitors for reliability • Surface-mount circuit technology for ruggedness • Thermally conductive semiconductor bridge for stray power dissipation • Metal housing for radio frequency shielding • Thin aluminum end-closure for low debris characteristics Specifications • No-fire voltage level: 120 VDC • Firing voltage: 155 to 190 VDC (nominal 175 VDC) • Recommended firing method: “Dump firing. electric welding operation.” Deliver 250 VDC to the firing head • Recommended firing polarity: positive or negative DC • Requirements for radio silence waivers: – Transmitters with power less than 1 watt = no exclusion area – Handheld RF transmitters (cell phones and walkietalkies) operation— minimum distance radius from explosive workplace = no minimum distance restriction – All other RF sources (land or offshore.RED® GO™-Style Thermal Igniter The RED® igniter is an advanced electro-explosive device used to initiate gas-generating power charges inside oilfield setting tools.000 watt or above transmitters) operation— minimum distance radius from explosive workplace = no minimum distance restriction – Stray voltage measurement.75 gm THKP loose powders • Temperature rating: 375°F for one hour • UN shipping classification: 1.

1. electric welding operation.Block RED® Detonators The block RED® detonator is an advanced electro-explosive device used to initiate perforating guns.” Deliver 250 VDC to the firing head • Recommended firing polarity: positive or negative DC • Requirements for radio silence waivers: – Handheld RF transmitters (cell phones and walkie-talkies) operation—minimum distance radius from explosive workplace = no minimum distance restriction – All other RF sources (land or offshore. mobile or fixed) operation—minimum distance radius from explosive workplace = no minimum distance restriction – Offshore workboats (or other 1-MHz. or electrical cathodic protection systems = operation acceptable if stray voltage is less than 2 V • Bleed-off time with power removed: 5 sec • SCB resistance: 2 ohms • SCB no-fire power dissipation: 5 watts minimum • Energetic materials: – Ignition pyrotechnic mix = 50 mg THKP – Transition column = 400 mg HMX – Output pellet = 500 mg HMX • Temperature rating: 375°F for one hour • UN shipping classification: 1.4S HAL11412 Block RED® Detonator Perforating Solutions 5-115 . The design features of the block RED detonator provide significantly improved safety characteristics over conventional resistorized devices and allow wellsite activities to continue uninterrupted while perforating.000 watt or above transmitters) operation—minimum distance radius from explosive workplace = no minimum distance restriction – Stray voltage measurement. Features • Does not use primary explosives • Redundant electrical components for enhanced safety • Ceramic firing capacitors for enhanced reliability • Surface-mount circuit technology for ruggedness • Metal housing for radio frequency shielding • High-output explosive load and flyer plate for enhanced reliable detonation transfer • Fluid-disabled to prevent gun damage in the event of a seal failure Specifications • No-fire voltage level: 120 VDC • Firing voltage: 155 to 190 VDC (nominal 175 VDC) • Recommended firing method: “Dump firing.

The design features of the top fire RED detonator provide significantly improved safety characteristics over conventional resistorized devices and allow wellsite activities to continue uninterrupted while perforating.” Deliver 250 VDC to the firing head • Recommended firing polarity: positive or negative DC • Requirements for radio silence waivers: – Handheld RF transmitters (cell phones and walkie-talkies) operation—minimum distance radius from explosive workplace = no minimum distance restriction – All other RF sources (land or offshore. or electrical cathodic protection systems = operation acceptable if stray voltage is less than 2 V • Bleed-off time with power removed: 5 sec • SCB resistance: 2 ohms HAL11413 • SCB no-fire power dissipation: 5 watts minimum • Energetic materials: – Ignition pyrotechnic mix = 50 mg THKP – Transition column = 400 mg HMX – Output pellet = 500 mg HMX • Temperature rating: 375°F for one hour • UN shipping classification: 1. Features • Does not use primary explosives • Redundant electrical components for enhanced safety • Ceramic firing capacitors for reliability • Surface-mount circuit technology for ruggedness • Thermally conductive semi-conductor bridge for stray power dissipation • Metal housing for radio frequency shielding • High-output explosive load and flyer plate assure reliable detonation transfer Specifications • No-fire voltage level: 120 VDC • Firing voltage: 155 to 190 VDC (nominal 175 VDC) • Recommended firing method: “Dump firing. 1. and severing tools.4S Top Fire RED® Style Detonator 5-116 Perforating Solutions . mobile or fixed) operation—minimum distance radius from explosive workplace = no minimum distance restriction – Offshore workboats (or other 1-MHz. jet cutters.000 watt or above transmitters) operation—minimum distance radius from explosive workplace = no minimum distance restriction – Stray voltage measurement. electric welding operation.Top Fire RED® Detonators The top fire RED® detonator is an advanced electroexplosive device used to initiate perforating guns.

Dynamic Modeling Dynamic modeling is used to understand perforation performance. tubing movement. wellbore fluid density. and the target penetration. Halliburton's PerfPro program transforms API RP-19B Section I surface test data to downhole conditions by correcting for the formation compressive strength and effective stress. The associated downhole charge performance takes into account the gun positioning. casing entrance hole. The ability to understand dynamic behavior is critical for Halliburton to deliver world-class solutions to its customers. and burr height are recorded. Casing Gun Test Specimen Water Steel Form 28-Day Concrete HAL15333 API Section 1 Concrete Target HAL15393 PerfPro® Charge Performance Calculations Perforating Solutions 5-117 . and well condition. A fully loaded gun system is perforated in actual casing surrounded by concrete. shock loading. casing grade. and wellbore pressure response during well intervention. a Halliburton Company. PerfPro® Process PerfPro® Process– Predicting In-Situ Charge Performance Halliburton's PerfPro® charge performance calculations for penetration are based on proprietary models derived from theoretical and experimental studies carried out at Jet Research Center (JRC). API RP-19B defines the procedure for evaluating gun system performance at surface conditions in unstressed concrete targets.

83 Sandstone ft . partial penetration.0 -0.0 0. CHARGE PERFORMANCE REPORT General Data Reservoir fluid type Borehole Diameter Porosity Permeability Formation Compressive Strength Drilling Damage Radius Oil 12. The productivity index and total skin factor are corrected.0 Gun 2 4" MILLENNIU M Eccentered 60.7 30.38 Perforator Information Charge Name Gun 1 7" MILLENNIU M Eccentered 45.78 0.0 60. and well deviation.0 5 Eccentered 43.0 0. in API 5th Edition Section I Data Total Target Penetration. The PerfPro process accounts for skin factors due to perforation.0 24.319 Perforation Skin 0. A fully three-dimensional (3D) flow model is utilized.36 -350. in Entrance Hole Diameter. deg Shot Density. deg Shot Density.0 12 23. as described by Ansah et al. 3 Total Skin -0.0 45.0 deg ft ft Perforator Information Charge Name Gun 1 7" MILLENNIU M DP 39.22 0.0 Gun 3 4-1/2" MILLENNIU M Eccentered 30.8 0. to characterize the skin component due to perforation geometry. and drilling damage effects.682 6.0 12 40.29 Gun 3 4-1/2" MILLENNIU M SDP 22.68 0. nonDarcy flow.0 1191.261 5-118 Perforating Solutions . partial penetration effect. after charge performance values are calculated.0 in % md psi in Mid-Perforation Depth Reservoir Pressure Reservoir Temperature Completion Fluid Type Completion Fluid Density Lithology 3250. kV/kH Formation Volume Factor Formation Fluid Viscosity 1191.0 in in lb/ft PRODUCTIVITY REPORT Completion Data Reservoir Fluid Type Drainage Radius Pseudo-Skin due to W ell Deviation Oil 1500.0 12 Eccentered 23.016 Productivity Index.28 Distance To Top Perf Interval Skin due to Partial Penetration 0.1 4. Input well parameters and calculated charge performance values are linked to an artificial neural network. gm Phasing.28 -500.158 0.0 0.3 0. the PerfPro program makes a productivity index and skin factor assessment. utilizing analytical calculations for well inclination.2 6.0 Diesel 6. trained by the 3D finite element model. in Underbalance Condition.The primary objective of the Halliburton PerfPro® process is to optimize gun selection and job execution to deliver the highest productivity index or lowest skin factor.2 27.68 0.68 N-80 47.697 ft W ell Deviation @ Perfs Net Sand Thickness Perforated Total Length 56.0 1464. to generate the perforation skin component.25 24.0 ft Charge Type Charge Loading. Therefore. spg Gun Position Avg Formation Penetration. psi Productivity Analysis Gun No.666 -0.36 md bbl/stb cp Reservoir Pressure Reservoir Temperature Porosity API Gravity 1464.031 0.539 1.78 0.37 26.0 112. STB/day/psi 7.0 5 43. in Avg Entrance Hole Dia.36 Gun 2 4" MILLENNIU M SDP 39.63 8. 2 Gun No.22 0.6 psi °F % °API 43.0 27.TVD psi °F lb/gal Completion Data Casing Description Outer Diameter Inner Diameter Grade W eight 1 9. 2001.0 Gun Position Shot Phasing. 1 Gun No. non-Darcy flow. spf Avg Formation Penetration. in Reservoir Data Permeability Anisotropic Ratio.0 12 Eccentered 40.2 1. drilling damage.0 3891.0 112.36 52.0 32.0 3.29 -350. in Avg Entrance Hole Dia*.

0 HAL15389 PerfPro® Graph Example Perforating Solutions Total Skin 5-119 .1 6000 Gun No.Total Pressure Drop Vs Flow Rate 1600 1400 Total Pressure Drop (psi) 1200 1000 800 600 400 200 0 0 2000 4000 Gun No.2 1.2 Gun 1 Gun 2 Gun Number PI Total Skin Gun 3 -1.0 0.3 10000 HAL15390 PerfPro® Graph Example Pl and Total Skin Vs Gun 7.0 6.2 8000 Gun No.

Nearwellbore stimulation provides perforation breakdown in preparation for other stimulation methods. then near-wellbore stimulation could be a possible perforating solution. the remaining reservoir pressure or underbalance is insufficient to effectively clean the perforations as suggested by King et al. In other cases. Snider and Oriold. some (Handren et al. (1985) and others. where formation competence is questionable and the risk of sticking perforating assemblies is greater. eliminates the need for conventional perforation breakdown methods. To address the perforation damage in these cases. aid in lowering treating pressures is needed. sufficient underbalance pressure is not possible. 1993. or bypassing near-wellbore damage is needed. Upon expansion at the instant of gun detonation. injection volumes. injection rates. EOB . or a combination of both. 1994. 1996) have suggested near-wellbore stimulation using extreme overbalanced (EOB) perforating and propellant assisted perforating.Near-Wellbore Stimulation and PulsFrac™ Software In many formations. and all can be properly designed using the PulsFrac™* dynamic pressure modeling software.Energized Fluid Stimulation EOB techniques involve pressuring the wellbore with compressible gases above relatively small volumes of fluid. The gases have a high level of stored energy. and theoretical fracture lengths. Near-wellbore stimulation can be achieved using energized fluids. the gases are used to fracture the formation and divert fluids to all intervals. 300 ft of Fluid Radioactive Collar Wellhead Isolation Tool Nitrogen Packer Tubing Pressure-Operated Venture Firing Head Bauxite Proppant Carrier VannGun® Assembly 5-120 HAL15314 Typical Extreme Overbalanced (EOB) Perforating Assembly Perforating Solutions . Pettijohn and Couet. propellants. The PulsFrac software allows a job simulation to be performed to determine anticipated peak pressures. The high flow rate through relatively narrow fractures in the formation is believed to enhance near-well conductivity by extending the fractures past any drilling formation damage. and therefore.

PulsFrac™ software aids in proper job design and provides estimated peak pressures. The hardware utilized for either system remains the same aside from added protection by using centralizer rings to protect the brittle propellant material. Marathon Oil Company incorporated proppant carriers into the perforation assembly to introduce proppants into the flow path as the gun detonates.Building upon the success of EOB perforating. The propellant material is potassium perchlorate. patented by Marathon Oil Company. slotted liner.4 psi/ft of true vertical depth. Propellant stimulation can also occur using solid propellant conveyed in protective carriers. For optimum results. combines solid propellant technology with conventional perforating. allowing for adequate stimulation of the desired formation interval. HAL15977 RA Marker Safety Joint Retrievable Packer Fill Disk Firing Head Centralizer Fast Gauge Recorder StimGun™ Assembly Perforating Solutions 5-121 . it is suggested to utilize the highest possible pressure level without compromising wellbore integrity or operation safety. Most EOB perforating jobs are designed with a minimum pressure level of 1. and similar to the StimGun assembly once the propellant is ignited it will generate carbon dioxide at high peak pressure. Propellant Stimulation Propellant stimulation can be provided during the perforating event with propellant-assisted perforating. The POWR*PERF™ process. As with all near-wellbore stimulation techniques. and volumes to ensure successful propellant stimulation. patented by Marathon Oil Company. Propellant-assisted perforating using the StimGun™ assembly. the propellant is ignited by extreme heat from the gun system. or in openhole. As it burns. The propellant sleeve in the StimGun assembly simply slides over the perforation scalloped carrier and is held in position on the gun with the centralizer rings. The StimGun assembly may be utilized for either EOB or conventional underbalanced perforating. the propellant generates carbon dioxide gas at high peak pressures typically well above the formation fracture gradient. The propellant is ignited using a sealed ignition system. injection rates. The StimGun assembly is an effective method for mild stimulation (fractures on order of 2 to 9 ft) for treating nearwellbore problems. As the shaped charges detonate. an oxidizer that burns rapidly. further enhances productivity by scouring the perforations to leave some residual conductivity on the fracture plane. creating carbon dioxide gas. This type of propellant can virtually be unlimited in length by simply interconnecting the carriers to place across existing perforations.

The StimGun assembly has a propellant sleeve over a conventional Halliburton VannGun® perforating gun assembly. resulting in lower breakdown pressures and horsepower requirements on location *StimGun is a trademark of Marathon Oil Company and is licensed to Halliburton by Marathon. instantly producing a burst of high-pressure CO2 gas. completion methods. When the guns are detonated. and creates short fractures near the wellbore. the gas in the formation surges back into the wellbore carrying with it damaging fines. Radioactive Marker StimGun™* Assembly The StimGun™ assembly is a process that combines perforating and perforation breakdown with propellant in a single tool and operation.Near-Wellbore Stimulation Increasing conductivity past near-wellbore damage is critical in maximizing a well’s producibility. Safety Joint Retrievable Packer Fill Disk Firing Head Centralizer Fast Gauge Recorder HAL15417 StimGun™ Assembly Perforating Solutions 5-127 . Features • Improved production or injectivity with greater uniformity in the perforation breakdown • Improved connectivity to the undamaged reservoir matrix by extending fractures past damage induced by either drilling or completion practices • Improved conventional underbalanced perforating by combining benefits of extreme overbalance in one operation • Stimulation of near-wellbore on zones that cannot be treated conventionally with acid or hydraulic fracturing due to undesirable production from nearby gas cap or water contact • Excellent pre-hydraulic fracture treatment assists in keeping perforations open and minimizes tortuosity effects. Halliburton provides multiple solutions suitable for various stimulation scenarios depending upon the well's restriction. As the gas pressure in the wellbore dissipates. and reservoir characteristics. the propellant sleeve is ignited. This gas enters the perforations. The StimGun assembly has been used with great success in conventional underbalanced perforating to obtain the benefits of both extreme overbalance from propellants and the surging effect from maximum underbalance. breaks through any damage around the perforation tunnel.

Perforating Solutions . or in a conventional perforation configuration.Operation The StimGun™ assembly consists of a cylindrical sleeve of gas-generating propellant-potassium perchlorate that slides in place over the outside of a conventional hollow steel carrier perforating gun. 5-128 HAL5941 The StimGun™ tool can be run on Halliburton tubingconveyed or wireline equipment. coiled tubing. Additional sleeve protection is achieved through centralization of the gun sections at the tandems. StimGun sleeves are similar to PVC pipe and must be protected and positioned on the gun with an oversized retaining collar that is secured to the gun scallop. The StimGun assembly can be conveyed on either wireline.

47) 3.09 (129.75 (146.15) Sleeve ID in.18 (156.40 (111. Retaining Collar Assembly Specifications SAP No.96) 3.76 (95. **CO2 gas generated from a propellant burn is estimated at 7.08) Minimum Centralizer OD* in.67) 1. consult your local Halliburton representative.76) 4.98) 5.87) 4.36 (85.96 (125.72 (94.43 (87.90) 3.02) 2.43) 58179 58190 58193 58195 58196 57514 101240496 215347 58159 StimGun™ sleeves are manufactured in standard 3 ft (0.50) 2.175 (131.21 (81.83) 7.71 (1103.00 (1290.02 (102.56 (65.10) 4. (mm) 2.71 (1103. including acids.40 (111.10) 4.06 (103. For more information.77) 3.10) 4.15 (741.80) 2.44) 5.50 (88.11 (78. Gun Size in.63 (143.34) 3.81 (147. (mm) 3.28) 5.82) 7.34) 3.99) 3.10) 4. *The StimGun sleeve is an oxidizer that is bonded with a resin or plastic.10 (709. 2 1/2 2 3/4 3 1/8 3 3/8 12 spf 3 3/8 4 4 5/8 5 1/8 5 3/4 7 OD in. (mm) 3.70 (170.53) 3.21 (1425.01) ID in.70) 6.21 (132.27 (108.90) 4.18 (80.32) 2.98) 3.50 (63.63) 5.57) Sleeve OD in.91 m) lengths and are rated for a service temperature of 350°F (177°C).21 (780. The sleeves are non-reactive to most commonly used oilfield fluids.15) 3.22) 1.33) 5. making it quite brittle.32) 6.50) 4.63 (143.70 (1741.11 (78.81 (147.01 (2.69 (119.48) 4.15 (207.45) 4.81 (71.75 (69.75 (2419.82 (147.85) 4.40 (111.85) 3.67 (3.06 scf per kg of material at standard conditions.21 (132.33) 5.97) 6.12) 5.82) 5.76) 5.05 (153.95 (176.71 (119. (mm) 3.25 (209.32) 2.48) 4.68 (6.07 (179.97) 6.53) 8.63) 6. Perforating Solutions 5-129 .99) 2.45) 4.50 (139.18 (156.13 (104.01 (2.97) 7.37) 3.05) 7.88 (200.68 (5.55) Flow Area through Collar in.38 (85. (mm) 3.00 (1290.00) 6.15) Minimum Centralizer OD in.99 (5.28) 5.38 (85.StimGun™ Assembly Specifications Gun Size in.90) 4.71 (119.13 (104.35) 101233588 101233598 101233215 101240387 101222271 101233163 101227396 101239368 101303748 101292913 These ratings are guidelines only.02 (102.27 (108.01 (10.76) 5.12) 3. 2 1/2 2 3/4 3 1/8 3 3/8 4 4 5/8 5 1/8 5 3/4 7 Sleeve SAP No. (mm) 3.20) 4. Sleeve OD in.09 (129.63) 5.00) 6. (mm) 2.94) 4.72 (94.36 (85.45 (163.88) 5.99) 3.22) 2.33 (3.19 (131.02 (102.18) 8.67) 6.50) 4.12) 4.09 (180.25 (209. therefore.12) 4.95 (176.53) 8.99) 2.33 (4.05 (102.93) 1. it is required that the perforating gun be centralized to this minimum OD to provide protection when the assembly is in the wellbore.46) 2.63 (92.76 (95.64) 1.45 (163.88 (200.51 (89.2 (mm2) 1.85) 3.72 (119.93) 3.55) Propellant Mass** lb/ft (kg/m) 2.83) 7.43 (87.02 (102.

This gas enters the perforations. arming. allowing it to burn very rapidly and producing CO2 gas. breaking through any damage around the perforation tunnel. coiled tubing. Standard perforating safety. slotted liners. or openhole sections when it is not desirable to add perforations. and firing procedures are used. When the detonating cord is ignited. The stimulation assembly is assembled with propellant and standard detonating cord to provide the ignition system. creating short fractures near the wellbore. carrying with it damaging fines. or threaded pipe. Stimulation assembly jobs are designed using Halliburton’s PulsFrac™ simulator.Propellent Stimulation Tool Assembly The stimulation tool assembly is a process that uses the same solid propellant technology employed by the StimGun™ assembly to stimulate existing perforations. which assists in achieving consistent results without compromising safety or wellbore integrity. As the gas pressure in the wellbore dissipates. The industry standard detonating cord provides consistent. The assembly can be conveyed on either wireline. HAL22575 Stimulation Assembly 5-130 Perforating Solutions . the stimulation assembly is run inside a vented hollow steel carrier. and instantaneous ignition over the entire length of the stimulation assembly. Operation The stimulation assembly consists of a solid stick of gasgenerating propellant-potassium perchlorate with detonating cord run through it. the gas in the formation surges back into the wellbore. reliable. When deployed on coiled tubing or threaded pipe. the solid propellant breaks up into many smaller pieces.

(mm) 2.98 (7. Tool Size in.92) Maximum OD in.Features • Improved production or injectivity with greater uniformity in the perforation breakdown • Improved connectivity to the undamaged reservoir matrix by extending fractures past damage induced by either drilling or completion practices • Stimulation of near-wellbore on zones that cannot be treated conventionally with acid or hydraulic fracturing due to undesirable production from nearby gas cap or water contact • Excellent pre-hydraulic fracture treatment assists in keeping perforations open and minimizes tortuosity effects resulting in lower breakdown pressures and horsepower requirements on location • Selective stimulation of long openhole horizontal sections This assembly is currently available in 2 7/8 OD ported carriers. Stimulation Tool Assembly Specifications SAP No.800 (50 250) Redressable Weight (No Explosives) lb (kg) 249 (113) 101566827 1 Based 2 2 7/8 Yes on control line collapse rating 2 7/8 gun box at top sub Perforating Solutions 5-131 .88 (73.25 (8.0) Makeup Length ft (m) 25. Contact TCP technology for more information. Upper Thread Size and Type 2 7/8 Gun Pin Lower Thread Size and Type 2 7/8 Gun Box Overall Length ft (m) 26.2) Temperature Rating1 °F (°C) 300 (149) Pressure Rating1 psi (bar) 8500 (578) Tensile Rating2 lb (kg) 110.

detonates the VannGun assembly and opens flow ports to allow the fluid and nitrogen to rush toward the formation. and scour all of the perforations. This method is coupled with the release of an erosive agent at the moment of VannGun® detonation to clean and scour near-wellbore damage and enhance conductivity of fractures created by extreme overbalance perforating. the tubing is energized with nitrogen gas to create a pressure gradient of no less than 1. A model KV-II firing head. The fluid “spear” is driven ahead of the expanding nitrogen gas into the formation at velocities that can exceed 140 bbl/min. The combination of fluid and bauxite serves to fracture. A non-damaging fluid is added to the tubing to serve as a medium for carrying the bauxite into the formation.POWR*PERFSM* Perforation/Stimulation Process POWR*PERFSM perforation/ stimulation process is a completion process that uses proven extreme overbalance perforating techniques. Features • Overcomes skin damage in low pressure. The bauxite material is ejected into the fluid stream at the moment of detonation by specially designed shaped charges. After the assembly has been positioned across the producing zone.4 psi/ft (31 bar/m). which has been pre-set to function at the desired bottomhole pressure. KV-II Firing Head *POWR*PERF is a service mark/trademark of Marathon Oil Company and licensed by Halliburton. and to further enhance the fractures created by extreme overbalance perforating. high permeability wells • Can be a useful pre-frac evaluation tool • Applicable to both new wells and wells with nearby water or gas • Compatible with all casing sizes and tubulars Operation The POWR*PERF tool is run as a normal part of the completion assembly. Retrievable Packer Proppant Carrier VannGun® Assembly HAL15314 POWR*PERFSM Perforation/Stimulation Process 5-132 Perforating Solutions . erode.

If needed. a liquid can be bullheaded on top of the nitrogen column.PerfStim™* Process The PerfStim™ process uses an extreme overbalanced condition to simultaneously perforate and stimulate a well.4 psi/ft (31 bar/m). Packer Firing Head VannGun® Assembly Halliburton’s VannSystem® toolstring is used in typical PerfStim™ procedures. reducing stimulation costs. The process not only produces cleaner perforations in lowpressure formations. PerfStim is a trademark of Oryx Energy Company. When the perforating gun fires. the pressure drives a fluid “spear” into the perforation at velocities exceeding 3.000 ft/sec (900 m/sec) and at rates that can exceed 140 bbl/min. an extreme overbalanced condition is created—pressure gradients of at least 1. The VannGun® perforating assembly can remain attached to the toolstring or dropped into the rathole after the guns have been fired. Crushed zone damage is removed and small fractures are created—improving initial production and treatment results. it also initiates fractures in the formation. The tubing conveyed system helps to allow for the highest possible bottomhole pressures. A small volume (usually no more than a 300-ft column) of nondamaging fluid is placed above the gun. Perforating Solutions HAL15387 5-133 . *The PerfStim process is licensed to Halliburton by Oryx Energy Company. Features • Gets production flowing quickly • Saves rig time • Helps develop negative skin factors • Gives an early evaluation of a well’s potential • Uses less horsepower than full scale stimulations Operation In the PerfStim process. then pressured with nitrogen.

adverse factors that can significantly decrease the ability to orient the guns in a desired direction could be overcome. there is added friction created by the guns moving axially down the casing wall.Oriented Perforating The benefits of sand prevention or improved stimulation performance can be enjoyed using any of Halliburton's leading oriented perforation technologies. In addition. slickline. or jointed pipe • No external weight bars required means no gaps between loaded sections and no lost shots G-Force® Precision Oriented Perforating System Historically. For deviated wells. which can significantly work against the orienting mechanism. It was conceived that if the rotating device could be taken inside the protective environment of the carrier. oriented perforating was attempted via external orienting devices and weights (external to the gun and exposed to the casing environment). which allows perforating in any direction irrespective of the gun's position relative to the casing. G-Force® System 5-134 Perforating Solutions HAL12019 . wireline. and swivel subs • Increased orientation accuracy: the operating range will be for wells of 25° deviation and greater. eccentric tandems. ratchet connector. the accuracy range is ± 5° • Compatible with live well intervention systems such as the AutoLatch™ connector. Halliburton oriented perforating solutions can be deployed using a wide range of conveyance methods providing reliable world-class results. Features • Able to go through restrictions not possible with older systems • Since the orienting mechanism of the internal orienting system is contained within the gun carrier. the fundamental orienting design is unaffected by potential restrictions in the completion string • Able to run through tubing and orient in casing • No need for fin tandems. and the modular gun system • Gun assemblies can be centralized in the casing • Can be deployed on coiled tubing. if not completely eliminated. Halliburton's G-Force® system is comprised of an internal orienting charge tube assembly and gun carrier. In the externally oriented systems. doglegs and other discontinuities during the deployment can cause loss of orientation.

50 (215.625-in.11. (mm) 3.21g Millennium 101571815 .90) 101305067 180° 2 SAP No.62 7.000 (1725) Tandem Tensile Load lb (kg) 355. (mm) 4.8 (71.1g G-Force® HMX 101571815 .87) Distance from Top End of Gun to First Shot in. G-Force® System Specifications SAP No.25 10.62 7.87) Distance from Top End of Gun to First Shot in. (mm) 2.95) Tandem Tensile Load lb (kg) 563. (mm) 8.00 6P Acme (101.50 9. (mm) 2. (mm) 8.83 4.00 22.25 9.625 (117.83 22.74 7. Thread Size and Type in.11.21g Millennium 101366678 .00 22.00 22.39g Millennium 101366678 .12) Maximum Diameter after Detonation in.11.21g Millennium 101366678 .375 (85.50 (215.8 (71.000 (107 954) Collapse Pressure psi (bar) 25.60 8.39g Millennium™ 101210636 .94 8.00 22.00 2.00 16.00 Maximum Shot Density 4 spf 4 spf 4 spf 4 spf 4 spf 4 spf 4 spf 4 spf 4 spf 4 spf 4 spf 4 spf 4 spf 4 spf 4 spf Shot Phasing 10°-350° 0°-180° 0° 10°-350° 0°-180° 10°-350° 180° 0°-180° 0°-180° 0° 0° OR 180° 10°-350° 0° OR 180° 10°-350° 0° OR 180° Perforation Planes 2 2 1 2 2 2 1 2 2 1 1 or 2 2 1 or 2 2 1 or 2 Maximum Shots per Gun 52 76 75 75 75 14 14 72 72 72 2 56 12 78 78 Distance to First Shot in.94 9. Tensile Load lb (kg) 403.39g DP HMX 101210636 .60 Acme) Gun OD in.000 (255 372) Survival Test Medium Fluid 101305067 G-Force® System Specifications SAP No.21g Millennium 101371884 .7) Maximum Shot Density 4 spf (13 spm) Shot Phasing Perforation Planes Vertical Shot Spacing in. (mm) 4.1g G-Force HMX 101571815 .60 9. 101450833 101498446 101435773 101426443 101390900 101294752 101640605 101515354 101407434 101406739 101295030 101630791 101621606 101600677 101563379 Gun OD in. Tensile Load lb (kg) 238.12) Maximum Diameter after Detonation in. (mm) 3.00 4.39g Millennium 101210636 .50 9.03) 6P Acme Gun OD in. G-Force® System Specifications SAP No.60 8.7) Maximum Shot Density 4 spf (13 spm) Shot Phasing Perforation Planes Vertical Shot Spacing in. 7.3.00 22.25 9.11.00 22.1g G-Force HMX 101571815 .69 (118.000 (161 025) Survival Test Medium Fluid 101300078 4.375-in.00 22. (mm) 2 7/8 (73.00 7.000 (182 783) Collapse Pressure psi (bar) 20.00 4.90) 101300078 180° 2 SAP No.62 Charge 101466192 .39g Millennium 101210636 .00 22.42 (86. (mm) 4.1g G-Force HMX Perforating Solutions 5-135 . 4 5/8 4 5/8 4 5/8 4 5/8 4 5/8 3 3/8 3 3/8 3 3/8 3 3/8 3 3/8 3 3/8 2 7/8 2 7/8 2 7/8 2 7/8 Length ft 16.73) Length ft (m) 22 (6.48) Length ft (m) 22 (6.25g Super DP 101366678 . Thread Size and Type in.000 (1378.21g Millennium 101366678 .

The gun hanger is run in the well and set on wireline using normal procedures. and in special applications such as shooting from a relief well into a well that is blowing out. and the skirts are modified to locate on the lugs. such as the G-Force® system. a standard auto-J gun hanger is used in conjunction with specially modified skirts and stingers for the modular guns. The stingers are made with locating lugs. the shots will be oriented to the desired direction. A gyro steering tool is then run to determine the direction of the locating lug on the gun hanger stinger. One proven method is the oriented Modular Gun System. To accomplish this. Lug Stinger Modified Skirt HAL24404 HAL24407 Gun Hanger with Modifications Modular Gun with Modifications Modified Skirt and Stinger Assembly 5-136 Perforating Solutions HAL24403 HAL24406 Modified Stinger HAL24405 . The skirts and stingers on the remaining gun modules are then adjusted accordingly so that when they are landed. This system has been used successfully in standard applications when perforating for production. In vertical wells it can be more difficult to orient perforations in a particular direction.Oriented Perforating with Modular Guns There are several methods available for orienting perforating guns in horizontal and highly deviated wells.

the fin will orient to the high side of the wellbore.Finned Orienting Tandem As perforating guns are run into the well. and transition from a vertical to deviated position occurs. Features • Built with an adjustable ring. The finned tandem works on the principle of gravity whereby the weight of the perforating guns rotates towards the lowest side of the wellbore and is aided by the additional standoff from the casing wall created by the connected fin. which makes it possible to orient the shots in the casing to a predetermined direction • Tensile strength of finned tandem equivalent to the standard gun connectors • Available for most gun sizes • Cost effective perforation orientation solution HAL 2440 9 Finned Orienting Tandem Perforating Solutions 5-137 .

fishing concerns.Eccentric Orienting Tandem For several years. Halliburton successfully ran oriented perforating jobs using a fin welded to a gun connection every 30 ft in conjunction with swivel assemblies. Features Eccentric subs allow perforating guns to be oriented in situations where the fin system is not ideal due to restrictions in the casing. which makes it possible to orient the shots in the casing to a predetermined direction • Tensile strength of the eccentric sub equivalent to the standard gun connectors • Available for most gun sizes • Eliminates the use of welded fins on the connectors Eccentric Orienting Tandem 5-138 Perforating Solutions HAL15456 . The eccentric sub is run in place of the finned tandem still in conjunction with a swivel assembly. • Built with an adjustable ring. As the guns are run into the well. Now. The eccentric tandems allows for a greater degree of accuracy with an overall smaller profile. welding concerns. etc. the natural tendency is for the fin to orient to the high side of the wellbore. a second method for orienting perforations referred to as eccentric subs has been developed. The eccentric tandem works on the same principle as the fins. Several tests and wells have been perforated using this new technique in the North Sea area and the Gulf of Mexico. and transition from a vertical to deviated position occurs. The eccentric tandem works on the same principle.

014 Perforating Solutions 5-139 .Special Applications Modular Gun System Through a special arrangement of perforating equipment.to 7-in. and innovative performance—all of which are ready to go wherever and whenever needed. electric wireline. Halliburton has patented* this unique system. OD) permits deployment over a wide range of casing. Features • Ideal for monobore completions • With the modular gun system. In fact. as well as with conventional tubing or drillstring • The modular gun system allows a zone to be perforated and tested with no downhole restrictions below or above the packer • Proven VannSystem® guns and firing heads are used in the modular gun system *US Patent Number 5. proving once again our commitment to bring the latest technology to the wellsite.366. or slickline. the modular gun system is so innovative. know your well. reliable equipment. from 3 1/2 to 9 5/8 in. the modular gun system is backed by Halliburton’s worldwide network of technical support. you are able to stack an optimum number of guns downhole for perforating the maximum interval • Several features make the modular gun system your best choice for perforating under a wide range of conditions – – The guns are retrievable or can be left at the bottom of the hole The system allows perforating in either underbalanced or overbalanced conditions over the entire interval Wide range of gun sizes (2. HAL6093 Retrievable Firing Head (Wireline Conveyed) Wireline Running Tool Stinger Skirt Stinger Centralizer Auto-Release Gun Hanger – Modular Gun System Configuration • No rig is required—the system is ideal for rigless completions • The modular gun system can be deployed via coiled tubing. and know the best techniques to fit your particular application. Halliburton’s modular gun system permits the optimum number of guns to be removed via slickline or electric line so larger intervals can be perforated simultaneously. The modular gun system is run by Halliburton perforating specialists who know the equipment. And of course.

and are then. saving both time and money. HAL15458 Stinger Assembly HAL15457 Skirt Assembly 5-140 Perforating Solutions . No rig is required. The modular gun system is ideal for use in wells with rathole length restrictions and rigless completions. The guns are fired. automatically released to the bottom of the hole where they can later be retrieved or left in the hole. insufficient rathole length causes the uppermost gun modules to remain adjacent to the perforated interval after they are fired—where they may interfere with production from the well. This method avoids any gun length restrictions caused by the lubricator. The auto-release gun hanger positions the perforating assembly and allows it to remain adjacent to the desired interval. The modular gun system allows the guns to be retrieved in sections without having to kill the well. The gun modules are deployed downhole individually and stacked on each other at the perforating zone until the appropriate length is achieved with the lowermost gun module being supported by the gun hanger. via a pressure-actuated firing head.The Modular Gun System Process The modular gun system allows operators to deploy multiple gun sections to perforate long intervals. Rathole Length Restriction In this application. the modular gun system is the preferred method for perforating. Rigless Completion On wells where the completions are installed with wireline or coiled tubing.

and larger • Helps develop essential information about the reservoir — potentially saving hundreds of thousands of dollars • Saves rig time and tool charges to help multiply profits Pressure Isolation Sub TDF Firing Head Air Chamber VannGun® Assembly Sealed Initiator Before Firing A I R C H A M B E R Select Fire™ Sub When gun #1 fires. VannGun® Assembly Air Chamber Pressure may now enter into the air chamber . which fires a shaped charge downward. (Note: the isolation sub is used to prevent pressure from going upward from the Select Fire Sub). testing. the explosives train is continued to the Select Fire™ Sub. Features • Perforating and testing several individual zones — one at a time • Selecting the order zones are perforated • Customizing gun configurations for various applications • Available for all VannGun® assemblies 2-in. and evaluating multiple zones in one trip.Select Fire™ Systems The Select Fire™ system offers flexibility in perforating. The Select Fire system saves rig time and tool charges to help multiply profits. P R E S S U R E HAL10537 HAL10586 Select Fire™ Tubing Conveyed Perforating System Select Fire™ Sub Operation Perforating Solutions 5-141 .

-6TTP Scalloped Guns Roller Centralizer Perforating Gun String *Pressure relief ports are added to the BHA for coiled tubing perforating jobs to help eliminate the possibility of a pressure increase due to thermal expansion in a closed chamber. A modular gun system is also available in which the perforating guns are loaded at the surface. Benefits include faster run-in times when compared to conventional methods. which allows the coiled tubing to detach from the perforating guns before they are fired.Coiled Tubing Conveyed Perforating Conveying perforating guns to the zone of interest with coiled tubing has been effectively used for many years in a variety of applications. Perforation under these conditions allows increased flow from the formation. avoiding damage to the coiled tubing. HAL15399 Coiled Tubing Connector Swivel Back Pressure Valve Hydraulic Disconnect Coiled Tubing Connector Swivel Circulating Valve Crossover Centralizer Back Pressure Valve Battery Housing Memory Controller Pressure Casing Collar Locator (CCL) Gamma/Ray Temperature HAL15400 Hydraulic Disconnect Pressure Relief Ports* Coiled Tubing and Firing Head Crossover Firing Head with Circulating Ports 3 3/8-in. which helps clean the perforations and helps reduce nearwellbore damage • Horizontal Well Perforating Coiled tubing conveyed perforating could be deployed in horizontal portions of the well where conventional methods of perforating are impractical or impossible • Coiled Tubing Used as the Production String The coiled tubing that conveys the perforating guns can also be used as the production tubing after well completion Special features include an automaticrelease gun hanger. This method helps eliminate any gun length restrictions caused by the lubricator. And the guns can be detonated either with wireline or a pressure-activated firing head. Some of the applications include: • Perforating in Underbalanced Conditions Underbalanced conditions occur when hydrostatic pressure in the well is lower than formation pressure. and stacked at the perforating zone. deployed downhole individually. Correlation Tool Stack 5-142 Perforating Solutions .

Now.DrillGun™ Perforating Systems Halliburton has developed the DrillGun™ assembly to be a drillable perforating system that provides reliable. reliable Halliburton perforating components with the versatility of drillable materials. It is this type of innovative design that has made Halliburton the leader in perforating charge performance and delivery systems. Components of the drillable perforating system are the drillpipe conveyed to the zone of interest. disposable system that helps save you two of the most valuable commodities at the wellsite—time and money. since no mud system is needed. the gun can be drilled out with conventional drilling methods. you have a drillable. Once in place. The drillable perforating system is ideal for: • Single-trip perforating. And. After perforating. packer placement. quality performance while lowering overall wellsite costs by: • Eliminating the high costs associated with wireline services • Eliminating the need to switch to a mud system for workovers The DrillGun perforating system is a new method that combines rugged. with the DrillGun perforating system. and cementing on tubing • Cementing and perforating in underbalanced conditions • Plug-to-abandon operations • Workover cementing with clear fluids • Plugback set on wireline • Limited entry drill stem testing Components of the drillable perforating system include: • Aluminum perforating gun • High-performance. the firing head is actuated by pressure applied through the tubing. clear fluids can remain in place for workover operations. perforating charges • Halliburton’s industry-proven EZ Drill® SVB packer HAL12056 DrillGun™ Assembly Perforating Solutions 5-143 . thereby eliminating mobilization or demobilization charges normally associated with wireline units.

Economic value created—All six stages were completed in 2 1/2 days. Halliburton's solution—Halliburton recommended using its DrillGun rather than employing electric-line perforators which would normally be selected for the project. Economical Solution For Perforating In Unusual Conditions.5 ppg drilling mud to cement. The customer had already switched to a lighter drilling fluid and did not want the high cost of changing to a mud system. Savings on Rig Time Operator's challenge—Carrizo Oil & Gas. Plug-to-Abandon Operator's challenge—To plug a well before abandoning it.9)* Maximum Overall Length ft (m) 4.050 ft. After the procedure was completed.204) *For use in wells above 300°F (148.230 psi underbalanced. The well fluid was 10 ppg brine water. (mm) 2 7/8 (73. 500 ft. Halliburton's solution—To meet this challenge. consult a Halliburton representative. perforated and performed the cement job at 4.00 (101. we tagged the first retainer and located it on depth to perform the squeeze. A primary cement job had not been possible.341) 4.1) Maximum Operating Pressure psi (bar) 15. An additional savings was realized by using the perforating DrillGun system instead of more expensive electric-line charges. and fluid standby time. Carrizo was able to perform the squeeze job without having to replace the lighter drilling fluid with an expensive mud system. Texas needed to perforate six zones.500 (241) Temperature Rating °F (°C) 300 (148.000 (1020) Minimum Operating Pressure psi (bar) 3. Inc. DrillGun™ Assembly Specifications SAP No. the final four jobs were run at 5.9)* 300 (148.200.95 (1.03) EUE 8 Rd 2 7/8 (73. Block Squeeze Application Operator's challenge—An operator working in the Permian Basin had to perform three block squeezes in a 7 5/8 in.615 ft. The bottom zone was then squeezed.500 ft. the setting assembly was pulled out of the hole.9)* 300 (148. the well would have to be perforated underbalanced. respectively.625 (92.89°C).341) 3.40 (1. Halliburton's solution— Halliburton logged the first DrillGun system on depth.Quick. The next day. 5-144 Perforating Solutions .03) EUE 8 Rd Maximum OD in. there was 15. It went back in with the second stage.000.000 (816) 15. For the next two DrillGun system runs. Economic value created—The three aluminum perforating guns added only one hour each to the drill-out time.500 (241) 3. 101288693 Aluminum 101288692 Aluminum 101292015 Composite Thread Size and Type in. an operator in Chambers County. The first DrillGun system was started in the well on Sunday evening and was set the next day at a depth of 13.8) 3. the operator saved four days of rig-associated costs. Halliburton recommended its DrillGun system.DrillGun™ Perforating System .5 ppg drilling mud. This procedure saved rig time and the expense of a fluid change for a total economic value to the customer of $20.40 (1. As a result. the total job would have taken up to six days. By using the Halliburton DrillGun system. (mm) 4.590 ft.800 ft.500 (241) 3.000. liner from 14.400 ft to 14. The customer estimates that this procedure saved $52.000 (1020) 12. and the job was performed at 8. consultants. If electric-line perforators had been used. 2. needed to perform a squeeze job on a South Texas well. so instead of cement behind the casing. and 350 ft.00 (177.03) EUE 8 Rd 2 7/8 (73. However. Economic value created—As a result. The resulting estimated economic value to the customer is $24.6) 7. it would not be necessary to change the well fluid to 15.

and rotational set. and retrieving modules. There are many tools that can be used with the modular system. jar down and jar up. All of these tools are reusable with a minimal amount of redressing. hydraulic. hydraulic.Setting Tools for the Auto-Release Gun Hanger Running and Retrieving Tools The running and retrieving tools for the modular gun system and the auto-release gun hanger gives customers flexibility in the conveyance of these tools in the well. OD for Baker #20 Setting Tool Perforating Solutions HAL15778 5-145 . Application The running and retrieving tools are used for setting gun hangers in position. • Explosive set –Adapter kit for Baker #10 setting tool –Adapter kit for Baker #20 setting tool • Jar down –Otis® SB and RB shear release and running tool –Camco JDC and JUC • Hydraulic –Hydraulic JDC running and retrieving tool • Rotational set –Right hand release on/off tool Running Tool Assembly Modular 3. The on/off tool requires rotation to operate and is limited to tubing conveyed applications.12 in. The tools break down into four categories: explosive set. and rotational set. running modules. Most of the tools are for wireline and slickline deployment of the systems. This manual has been written for the tools specially designed for the modular gun system or those recognized as a usable tool. There are four basic running tools that have been run with these systems: explosive set. jar down.

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downhole video surveys run during a frac job can verify that the frac proppant entered the intended fracture areas. or corroded areas and fluid entry or exit points. Video surveying clearly identifies the oil-producing perforations. The downhole video is limited by fluid clarity.Downhole Video Downhole Video Downhole Video Services Equipment providing real-time videos of actual oil production into wellbores through perforations. the visual information can be used to modify the treatment schedule to prevent costly but ineffective treatment procedures. The visually intuitive nature of downhole video data results in greatly increased effectiveness of conformance technology treatments. gravel pack screens. which can impede the flow of hydrocarbons out of the wellbore and reduce the ID of the wellbore tubulars and plug slotted liners. The oil remains in bubbles and migrates to the high side of the well. Downhole Video Services Specifications Cable Tension Limits lb (kg) Max Deployment Depth ft (m) 14.687 (42. and extremely high flow rates. or perforations. Downhole video surveys can visually confirm the initial analysis of conformance problems and determine if the prescribed treatment can solve the problem.3) Downhole Video 6-1 . fluid flow.000 (69) Maximum Temperature °F (°C) 225 (107) at Camera Cable Head 500 (226. If the initial analysis was incorrect. Video confirmation of the job results also allows operators to learn more about the effectiveness of the treatment to continually improve the treatment process.200 (544. (mm) 1. Downhole video can help the operator detect and identify phase entry. The downhole video survey does not directly measure absolute flow rates but is used to quantify relative flow rates along the production intervals. For example. the operational limits of the camera and system. it can detect scale or bacteria buildup. enhance the ability to characterize fluid inflow on a perforation-specific basis.8) at Surface 1. Also. Conventional flowmeasurement tools often cannot detect such subtle changes in fluid activity. Oil bubbling into the wellbore does not disrupt the surrounding well fluids. and the resulting flow up production tubulars. and sand or particulate matter entry into the wellbore. Features A downhole video survey allows observation of the integrity of the casing or tubing to find holes. A downhole video survey documents the amount of gas and oil being produced at each point in a producing interval. Greater knowledge of the type of fluid being produced from each perforation substantially reduces the risk of inadvertently shutting off oil or gas production with misplaced treatments. leading to increased oil and gas production and decreased water production. cracks.000 (4267) Camera Assembly OD in. causing some of the oil to bypass conventional logging tools. After the completion of a treatment. Downhole video can monitor well and reservoir treatments in real-time during the treatment process. a downhole video survey can show whether the treatment successfully treated the problem area. The video survey can detect the entry of sand and particulate matter from individual perforations.8) Maximum Pressure psi (Mpa) 10. Conventional flowmeters directly measure the average flow rate of a column of fluid.

In addition.69 (42.0) Maximum Temperature °F (°C) 250 (121. two surface power supply/receivers. to inspect pipe for corrosion. and correct production/ perforation verification.1) Weight lb (kg) 31 (14.6) Diameter in. Additionally it may be used to aid fishing operations. the ability to annotate the recorded tape with text entered from an optional laptop computer or video typewriter is provided • The system comes equipped with two downhole tools. Video images (frames) are transmitted to the surface every 1. Hawkeye™ Camera System Specifications Length ft (m) 8. This allows downhole video service to be offered as the system is completely transportable to any location without the need for special cable or logging units • The ability to measure depth and superimpose it on the video image along with time. mechanical integrity.7 seconds over standard electric line logging cable. The camera is used as a diagnostic tool to detect all types of fluid and solids entry into the borehole. This provides complete backup for the image producing and display equipment • The system is provided in three rugged shipping containers with internal padding designed for the standard components plus some additional room for cables and miscellaneous equipment This image shows cut up casing that has fallen onto a trash cap for a casing shoe. Features • The Hawkeye system can be run from any logging cable with less than 250 ohms total loop resistance and up to 1.5 (2.9) Maximum Pressure psi (Mpa) 10. (mm) 1. The camera requires a transparent medium in the area to be filmed for meaningful results. date. Obtaining the correct clarity of fluid at the viewing zone is often the most challenging aspect of performing this service.1) 6-2 HAL11281 Downhole Video .000 (69. and two video monitors.5 micro farads of total capacitance. and internal tool temperature is provided. Complete redundancy for all mission critical components is provided along with rugged shipping containers for complete transportability.Hawkeye™ Camera System The Hawkeye™ camera system allows operators to view conditions inside oil and gas wells without the need for a special coaxial or fiber-optic cable.

the Hawkeye system is more akin to a slo-scan security camera Fiber-Optic Camera System Specifications Length ft (m) 9. and to inspect pipe for corrosion. A 10.25-in. The camera is used as a diagnostic tool to detect all types of fluid and solids entry into the borehole.6875-in.000 (69. two surface power supply/receivers. Additionally. Obtaining the correct clarity of fluid at the viewing zone is often the most challenging aspect of performing this service. and two video monitors. Video images (frames) are transmitted to the surface at a rate of 30 frames every second over a specialty 0.Fiber-Optic Camera System The fiber-optic system allows operators to view conditions inside oil and gas wells.9) Maximum Pressure psi (Mpa) 10. wide viewing angle. backlight camera is used to provide unobstructed. the 317 × 262 lines of the Hawkeye™ system. and correct production/ perforation verification. Features • A 1.69 (42. Complete redundancy for all mission critical components is provided along with rugged shipping containers for complete transportability. the system has the ability to annotate the recorded tape with text entered from an optional laptop computer or video typewriter • The system comes equipped with two downhole tools. The camera requires a transparent medium in the area to be filmed for meaningful results.9) Downhole Video 6-3 . and clearly defined images.5 (2. By comparison. mechanical integrity. diameter logging cable with a fiberoptic cable at its center. the fiber-optic system has better picture resolution and provides pictures virtually in real time.000 psi pressure rating and operation at temperatures up to 250°F are standard • The ability to measure depth and superimpose it on the video image along with time.0) Maximum Temperature °F (°C) 250 (121. As a result. In addition.9) Diameter in. and internal tool temperature is provided. The fiber-optic system differentiates itself from other video camera tools by having the highest video data rate and is better than any other products available for detecting flow due to gas entry. (mm) 1. it may be used to aid fishing operations.1) Weight lb (kg) 35 (15. This provides complete backup for the image producing and display equipment • The system is provided in three rugged shipping containers with internal padding designed for the standard components plus some additional room for cables and miscellaneous equipment • The fiber optic system’s resolution is 550 × 350 lines vs. date.

6-4 Downhole Video . giving operators the valuable advantage of being able to isolate and study an area of interest.) where traditional downview cameras offer only a limited field of vision. gas entry.000 psi and temperatures of 250°F. The sideview lens records images perpendicular to the borehole wall and gives a true 360° view. Real Time HAL18528 Hawkeye™ Configuration: Snapshots. The EyeDeal camera system can be toggled between downview and sideview images. In this configuration.EyeDeal™ Camera System Pictures are said to be worth a thousand words—and they become even more powerful when they are transmitted from wellbores miles beneath the Earth’s surface. Halliburton’s EyeDeal™ camera system opens new windows to the downhole world with high-resolution images that eliminate the guesswork from a range of diagnostic tests and troubleshooting operations. and its advantages include deeper operation and the ability to perform flawlessly in corrosive fluids HA L18 523 HAL18526 HAL18527 Fiber Optic Configuration: Down View. Real Time Fiber Optic Configuration: Side View. and general problem identification. water entry. This is especially useful in large-diameter wellbores (from 16 to 30 in.000 ft and can sustain pressures of 10. the EyeDeal camera system offers a continuous-feed image with an excellent screen resolution of 550 × 350 • Hawkeye™ system configuration – When attached to the Hawkeye system.7 seconds. Every 1. The EyeDeal camera system can be deployed in two ways: • Fiber-optic configuration – When attached to the fiberoptic system. fishing operations. casing and perforation inspection. The Hawkeye system provides full remote camera operation and control. Sideview camera with view angle that is closer and almost dead-on to the camera lens Downhole Camera View The technology incorporated in the fiber-optic and Hawkeye systems allows operators to toggle between downview and sideview images. the EyeDeal camera system can operate to a depth of 14.7 Seconds HAL18524 HAL18525 Applications of the EyeDeal camera system include quality assurance inspection. the EyeDeal camera system uses existing logging cables to transmit high-quality images (screen resolution: 317 × 262) at the rate of one frame every 1.

DV HAL18527 HAL18528 Latch Issues Due to Debris. (mm) 1.937 (49.1) Downhole Video 6-5 .687 (42.) 9.5 (2.2) Maximum Pressure psi (Mpa) 10.3) Downview Camera Specifications Length ft (mm) 8.6) Diameter in.000 (69) Maximum Temperature °F (°C) 250 (121.9) Maximum Pressure psi (Mpa) 10. DV Perfs After Cleanout.5-in. (mm) 1.EyeDeal™ Camera System Examples HAL18526 Suspect Latch Found OK. Lubricator Perfs Before Cleanout.75 (117) Diameter in.1) Weight lb (kg) 36 (16. DV HAL18529 Fishing Operation 1 of 3 HAL18530 HAL18531 Fishing Operation 2 of 3 Fishing Operation 3 of 3 HAL18532 HAL18533 HAL18534 5. DV EyeDeal™ Camera System Specifications: Sideview and Downview Combination Length ft (in.1) Weight lb (kg) 31 (14.000 (69) Maximum Temperature °F (°C) 250 (121. SV Damaged Flow Tube.

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we are committed to designing and manufacturing the most sophisticated tools in the industry. Through our decades of experience and global presence. and services. has allowed us to remain the leader of the slickline service industry. tools. Our success in this endeavor. Halliburton has continued to offer the industry the most complete line of slickline service equipment. Slickline Service Equipment 7-1 . along with highly trained and experienced personnel.Slickline Service Equipment Slickline Service Equipment and Services The high quality of Halliburton’s slickline services depends upon the capabilities of its service tools and equipment. therefore.

or 5-ft (0. or servicing subsurface equipment under pressure without killing the well.Subsurface Service Tools Slickline Service Tools Otis® designed and manufactured slickline service tools have been the benchmark for the industry and are a requirement for all toolboxes worldwide. The wireline is tied around a disc or dart in the socket to achieve a firm connection. 0. 5 ft of 1 1/2-in. HAL8500 Otis® Rope Socket Jars Knuckle Joint Running or Pulling Tool Typical String of Wireline Tools Otis® Stem 7-2 Slickline Service Equipment HAL8502 HAL8501 . pulling. Wireline Socket Stem Slickline Toolstring Wireline Toolstring A wireline toolstring is attached to the wireline to furnish the mechanical force necessary for setting. For normal conditions. these service tools can help reduce your total operating costs. As the original equipment manufacturer (OEM).22 m) lengths of standard stem. Toolstrings are available in various ODs and component lengths designed to be compatible with various tubing sizes. Otis Rope Sockets Otis rope sockets provide a means for connecting the wireline to the toolstring. For high-pressure applications when additional weight is needed. 1. Halliburton continues to provide high-quality slickline service tools. Known for dependable performance and low maintenance costs.91. 3-. Size and weight of the stem are determined by the impact force required and the size of the subsurface control to be run or pulled. OD stem is made up by combining 2-. The stem can also transmit force either upward or downward to set or retrieve subsurface controls. lead or mallory-filled stems are available.61. Otis Stems Otis stems are used as weight to overcome stuffing-box packing friction and well pressure on the cross-sectional area of the wireline.

188 (30.375 (34. Otis Jars Otis jars are available in mechanical and hydraulic types. Knuckle joints are important if the tubing is corkscrewed and when wireline work is done in a directional hole. In these conditions. however.10 UNS 1 1/16 in.313 (58.10 UNS 1 1/16 in. the knuckle joint inhibits the wireline tools from hanging up.40) 1 1/4 (31.750 (19. (mm) 3/4 (19. They require careful maintenance for maximum use in the toolstring. . A Halliburton wireline specialist can easily feel the jars and manipulate the wireline.10 UNS 1 1/16 in.05) 1 (25. which allow an upward impact only. (mm) 0.10) 1 7/8 (47.80) 2 1/2 (63. HAL8503 Otis® Knuckle Joint Otis® Blind Box Standard Wireline Toolstring Normal Tool OD in. Accelerators help maintain constant pull as the hydraulic jars begin to open. . Hydraulic jars are designed to provide jarring action in wells in which it is difficult to obtain good jarring action with mechanical jars.10 UNS Fishneck OD in.18) 1. Jar operation is monitored by a weight indicator. the weight of the jars and stem can be used to jar up or down by pulling and releasing the wireline.63) 2 (50.93) 1.750 (44. are usually run just above the regular mechanical jars.11 UNC 5/8 in.75) *Other thread connections available Otis® Mechanical Jar Otis® Hydraulic Jar HAL8504 Otis® Accelerator Slickline Service Equipment 7-3 .50) Thread Connection* 5/8 in.000 (25.11 UNC 15/16 in. .05) 1. .Otis® Accelerators Otis® accelerators are used with and just above hydraulic jars for shallow. . . Otis Knuckle Joints Otis knuckle joints have a special ball and socket design.45) 2. Hydraulic jars. .75) 1 1/2 (38. joints are used at every connection in the toolstring.45) HAL8505 HAL8506 HAL8507 1. tool operation may be impossible. With a set of mechanical jars below the stem. Otis B Blind Box Otis B blind box serves as the impact point when downward jarring operations are required.750 (44.10 UNS 15/16 in. allowing angular movement between the jars and the running or pulling tool to help align them with the tubing. The accelerator inhibits pulling the wireline out of the wireline socket at these shallow depths.40) 1. weighty jarring. Where stem and jars will not align or move freely.

100 (up to 1406) High Release lb (kg) 750 to 2.400 (up to 635) up to 3. Detent Jars Size in.000 (567 to 2268) Stroke in.300 to 3.Slickline Detent Jars The Halliburton detent jar is a mechanically operated jar that is run on slickline or wireline to deliver an impact through the toolstring when the release setting is overcome by tension.250 to 5. so bottomhole temperature or pressure has minimal effect on the jar operation.8) 53 (1346.500 (590 to 1588) 1. (mm) 52 (1320. Modeling the slickline job with Cerberus™ will provide calculated rope socket line tensions. There are no seals in the detent jar. weight bar.000 lb (34 473) Slickline Detent Jar 7-4 Slickline Service Equipment .875 (47. Sometimes in deep and deviated wells.250 (57. and link-type or Spang jars for delivering an optimum impact load for releasing a stuck object or operating a downhole tool.10) 1.2 to 355.2 to 355.15) Standard Release lb (kg) up to 900 (up to 408) up to 1.6) Length in. This jar has adjustable stroke and release settings that are predetermined on the surface prior to running the jar. The detent jar is re-settable downhole by slacking weight at the jar to a collapsed mode.000 (28 123) 76. (mm) 8 to 14 (203. (mm) 1.500 (38.2) 50 (1270) Tensile lb (kg) 37. the line tension on the weight indicator at the surface is not the same line tension at the rope socket. The detent jar can be run with accelerator.63) 2.2 to 355.6) 8 to 14 (203.6) 8 to 14 (203.500 (17 010) 62.100 (340 to 953) 1. The jar can be tripped and reset rapidly and multiple times downhole.

000 to 10. Texas. (38.92 kg) in both directions. Now Halliburton toolstring components and wireline service tools are available with integral Otis quick connects. no special tools required • Otis quick connect design ensures proper toolstring makeup • Reliable disconnect. Features • Spacing of load-bearing shoulders will not allow coupling to connect until full engagement of all shoulders are in place • Self-washing feature minimizes sand buildup in the locking mechanism • Designed for manual operation.000 lb (4082. the Otis® quick connect was thoroughly tested in both the engineering laboratory and the Halliburton test well in Carrollton. even in sandy environment • Safe assembly/disassembly on location • Faster turnaround on location minimizes job time HAL11442 HAL11443 Mechanical Wireline Jar Wireline Quick Connect Stem Slickline Service Equipment HAL11444 Knuckle Joint Quick Connect 7-5 .000 cycles at impact loads of 9.1 cm) Otis quick connect was jarred through 50. During the design proving phase. Tensile testing on the tool after jarring revealed the Otis quick connect had retained full strength throughout the operation. a 1 1/2-in.33 to 4535.Otis® Quick Connect Toolstring Connection Before its extensive field history.

rust. bent tubing. Broach assemblies are run on wireline. Otis M Magnetic Fishing Tool Otis M magnetic fishing tool is designed to remove small particles of ferrous metals from the top of tools in the well. followed by a spool corresponding to the original ID of the tubing. scale. (2) nut. Otis Impression Tool Otis® impression tool is a lead-filled cylinder with a pin through the leaded section to secure it to the body of the tool. These tools are available in sizes for all tubing IDs. Spools are tapered and used to cut burrs in the tubing ID caused by perforation. It is used during a fishing operation to ascertain the shape or size of the top of the fish and to indicate the type of tool necessary for the next operation. and (3) a set of three spools. HAL8511 HAL8510 HAL8512 HAL8508 HAL8509 Otis® Swaging Tool Otis® Gauge Cutter Otis® Impression Tool Otis® Tubing Broach Otis® M Magnetic Fishing Tool 7-6 Slickline Service Equipment . A small OD spool is run first followed by the next larger size. Otis Tubing Broach Otis tubing broach is made up of three major parts: (1) mandrel. Mashed spots in the tubing and large obstructions may be removed with the swaging tool.Auxiliary Tools For Use with Slickline Toolstring Otis® Gauge Cutter and Swaging Tools It is important to run a gauge cutter before running subsurface controls to: (1) determine if the flow control will pass freely through the tubing and (2) to locate the top of the landing nipple or restriction if any are in the tubing. etc. The gauge cutter knife (larger than OD of the control) is designed to cut away paraffin. and other debris in the tubing.

Otis go-devils designed to cut the wireline at the wireline socket are also available. the wirefinder can be returned to its running sleeve and retracted for retrieval.Otis® G Fishing Socket Otis® G fishing socket was designed primarily to extract prongs with fishing necks from Halliburton subsurface equipment. Once the lost wireline is found and deformed. allowing the slickline to be retrieved. and preferably latched in the restriction in the tubing. Its use is usually limited to fishing operations where the wireline socket is inaccessible and the line must be cut. Otis P Wireline Grab Otis P wireline grab is a fishing tool designed to extract broken wireline or cable from the tubing or casing. the go-devil can be attached to the slickline via a small strip of metal pinned in the slot to keep the wireline from coming out. The go-devil is dropped from surface and will slide down the wire until it hits a restriction or the top of the rope socket. The go-devil will cut the slickline at that point. Otis Go-Devil Otis go-devil is a slotted stem with a fishing neck. such as the Otis PS plug choke. Expandable Wirefinder The expandable wirefinder is designed to locate wireline lost below a tubing restriction (such as a TRSV). located. The wirefinder is then sheared out of the sleeve allowing it to expand to the ID of the tubing. A wireline grab is then run to latch and retrieve the lost wireline. Otis® G Fishing Socket HAL8513 Otis® P Wireline Grab Run-in Position HAL8514 Wirefinder Position Otis® Go-Devil HAL8515 HAL14025 Otis® Expandable Wirefinder Slickline Service Equipment 7-7 . Should the tool become stuck. The expandable wirefinder is held retracted in a sleeve which is run.

the lock mandrel keys may be placed in the locating or retracted position. The lugs are held in the expanded position by the core in the fully down position. Two independent conditions must exist in sequence before the running tool will release the valve and lock. In the up position. the lock-out lug can then be pushed into the core recess by the leaf spring. RN®. Otis® RXN Running Tool HAL8516 Otis® X® or R® Running Tool HAL8517 Otis® SAFETYSET® Running Tool HAL8518 Otis® UP Running Tool 7-8 Slickline Service Equipment HAL14029 Otis® MR Running Tool HAL8519 . With this tool. The lugs of the running tool hold the fish neck of the bomb hanger during the running of the bombs.Running Tools Otis® X® and R® Running Tools Otis® X® and R® running tools are used to set Otis X. pushing the core up by means of the core extension. The tool gives a positive indication when the lock is fully set. This tool is generally used for installing wireline-retrievable subsurface valves in the uppermost landing nipple in staggered bore nipples such as RPT. only when the locking sleeve is moved upward into its locked position will the running tool release. which utilize staggered sealbores. First. RN. Otis SAFETYSET® Running Tools Otis SAFETYSET® running tools are used to set Halliburton surfacecontrolled. The UP running tool is entirely mechanical and does not require control line pressure to activate. serving to locate the proper landing nipple and positioning the lock mandrel before locating and locking. the core no longer holds the lugs out and the running tool is disengaged from the hanger. When the bomb hanger locks into the nipple profile. the lock mandrel may be run with the keys in the control or locating positions. Once the core is pushed up. wireline-retrievable safety valves on Otis RP and RQ lock mandrels. The bomb hanger and pressure gauges are left suspended in the well. thus locking the core in the up position. By selecting the position of the running tool. XN®. R. The lock mandrel keys or no-go serve to locate the nipple rather than the dogs on the running tool. Otis MR Running Tools Otis MR running tools are used to run Otis XNS and RNS soft set bomb hangers. Otis RXN Running Tools Otis RXN running tools set Otis X. the SCSSV must be pressured open to activate the running tool. and RQ lock mandrels in their respective Otis landing nipples. When a non-no-go lock is being run. These tools are designed with locator dogs. Second. the lock moves upward. A running tool retrieved to the surface without the lock and valve indicates a functional valve securely locked in the landing nipple. XN. Otis UP Running Tool An Otis UP running tool is also available for running SAFETYSET lock mandrels and subsurface safety valves. the keys must be run in the locating position and the lock must be set in the first nipple in the bore of that lock size. and RQ lock mandrels in their respective landing nipples. R. This running tool is designed to carry weight exceeding the 140-lb (63. RPT®.50 kg) weight limit of hydraulic running tools because no preset force needs to be overcome.

Otis D mandrels. This tool is designed to pull any subsurface equipment with an external fishing neck. Tools use upward jarring to release when necessary. HAL8523 Slickline Service Equipment 7-9 . Designed to shear with a jarring down action. the tool may also be used as a running tool to run collar stops. and various other Halliburton tools. this pulling tool is used where excessive jarring upward is necessary to retrieve subsurface flow controls.Pulling Tools Fishing Neck Internal Fishing Necks Otis® GS pulling tools are used during wireline operations to unlock and pull a variety of subsurface controls with internal fishing necks. and Otis D collar stops. External Fishing Necks Otis S pulling tools are designed for jobs in which extensive upward jarring is required to pull a bottomhole control. SB. With this tool being a shear-down-to-release. the GS pulling tool can be released by jarring down which shears the pin to allow the pulling tool and toolstring to be removed from the well. The core is manufactured in various lengths and may be changed in the field to accommodate the fishing necks of various controls. These are referred to as SS. pack-off anchor stops. In the running position. With this feature. such as an Otis G pack-off assembly. The R pulling tool can be modified as follows: • Otis RB pulling tool (R body with a B core) pulls Otis B. If the device cannot be retrieved by upward jarring. this pulling tool is used during routine wireline operations on controls when shear-down is not possible. or SJ. It is this action that permits complete release of the running tool. Dogs in the R pulling tool engage the fishing neck of the device to allow it to shear with upward jarring. the dogs are designed to seat and lock in the internal recess of the mandrel being retrieved. and W lock mandrel assemblies and mandrel assemblies with full relative motion • Otis RS pulling tool (R body with S core) pulls Halliburton S mandrel assemblies • Otis RJ pulling tool (R body with J core) pulls all controls that do not have full relative motion HAL8544 Otis® R® Wireline Pulling Tool Note: When used as a running tool. it can be used in many cases as a running tool for certain devices. the core must be long enough to allow for upward travel after shearing the pin before the skirt is stopped by the Otis® S Pulling Tool equipment being run. Otis GR pulling tools are used during wireline operations to unlock and pull a variety of subsurface controls with internal fishing necks. The Otis GR pulling tool is assembled by incorporating an Otis GS pulling tool with an Otis GU shear-up adapter. Designed to shear with a jarring up action. C. including: Otis D bridge plugs. Otis X® and R® lock mandrels. Shear Pin Dowel Pin Core Nut HAL8520 Shear Pin Fishing Neck Shear Pin Cylinder Spring Spring Retainer Dog Spring Dog Retainer Cylinder Dogs HAL8521 HAL8522 Otis® GU Shear Up Adapter Core Otis® GS Pulling Tool Shear Down Otis® GR Pulling Tool Shear Up Otis R pulling tools are designed for jobs in which extensive downward jarring is required. The tool is designed to shear and release by downward jarring.

casing. casing. The Monolock plug may be used in association with the Halliburton full bore nipple system or any other selective or nipple and lock system. or liner • Quick running and retrieval • Use of slickline rather than conductor line lowers installation and retrieval costs • Redressable in field. assembly can be recovered back through restrictions • Slip configuration ensures centralized setting of the lock even in high-angle or horizontal wells • Provides same reliability as production packers • Slip design minimizes tubing deformation HAL10466 Monolock® Plug 7-10 Slickline Service Equipment . the plug is designed to withstand differential pressure of up to 10.000 psi (690 bar) from either direction. preventing any debris accumulation around slip area • Equalizing feature provided in standard assembly • Barrel-slip design provides maximum slip engagement while minimizing tubing deformation Benefits • Can be set anywhere in tubing. reducing downtime • Because element returns to original shape. Applications • As a retrievable bridge plug placed anywhere in the tubing string • Can be adapted to install BHP gauges and other flow control devices • Plug tubing below hanger for well repairs Features • Pressure ratings up to 10. The plug is set and retrieved with Halliburton’s DPU® running and retrieving tools. When used for plugging applications. or liner. which can be run on slickline. or coiled tubing • Element located above slips.000 psi (690 bar) • Requires no landing receptacle • Seals against pipe ID • Slip-type anchor system • Element is retracted during retrieval • Belleville spring energy storage system provides positive sealing during pressure reversals • Can be installed and retrieved through restrictions • Run and retrieved on same DPU unit • Run on slickline.Plugs For Wells Without Landing Nipples Monolock® Plug The Halliburton Monolock® plug is designed to be set anywhere in a given size of tubing. or coiled tubing. The Monolock plug differs from a conventional lock mandrel because it does not require either a profile or sealbore in the tubing string and is retained in its set position by slips rather than keys. braided line. braided line.

With the keys retracted. pressure from above is sealed by the drop. selective test tools may be set in compatible Otis X®. Features • Designed for high working pressure • Located in the lowest nipples first. R®. set hydraulic packers. In order to retrieve by wireline.Test Tools Otis® selective test tools are used to test tubing. seal ring. Features • Ease of running. When landed in the landing nipple. XN®. and protect lower zones when circulating through a Sliding Side-Door® circulating device or producing a zone above the lowermost zone. or set hydraulic-set packers. the drop is moved off seat with a pulling tool. setting. the tool is run to a point below the desired nipple. and retrieving • No-go OD on bottom of tool for positive location in landing nipple • May be pumped into the well • Designed for high-pressure ratings Otis® Non-Selective Test Tool HAL8524 Otis® Selective Test Tool Slickline Service Equipment HAL8525 7-11 . Designed to hold pressure from above. the non-selective test tools land in no-go landing nipples with compatible packing bores. and v-packing. or RN® landing nipples in the tubing string. locate leaks. Pressure from above may then be applied. allowing it to be retrieved. Designed to hold pressure from above only by employing the use of a drop valve equalizing assembly. This equalizes the pressure across the test tool. Pulling up through the nipple releases the locking keys to set the tool with downward motion. thus reducing wireline trips Otis Non-Selective Test Tools Otis non-selective test tools are designed to test the tubing string. these tools are then moved up the tubing and set in sequential nipples until a leak is not detected.

Note: The Otis BO selective positioning tool will not pass through position number 1 of Otis S landing nipples. This positioning tool is designed with dogs that serve to locate the proper Sliding Side-Door circulating device and release the spring-loaded keys to engage the profile in the inner sleeve. These tools are designed so that one sleeve can be shifted to the down position at any level in the tubing string without shifting any other sleeve. A shear pin is an added feature designed to release the tool in the event well conditions make it impossible to shift the sleeve. The positioning tool pin must be sheared to release. Otis BO selective positioning tools are designed to selectively position Sliding Side-Door inner sleeves only to the down position. The tool can then be raised to the next Sliding Side-Door circulating device to position its sleeve down or return to the surface. A set of positive keys is available for this tool to permit upward movement of the inner sleeve of one among several Sliding Side-Door circulating devices in one wellbore.Positioning Tools Otis® BO Selective Positioning Tools Otis® BO selective positioning tools are used to move the inner sleeve to its open or closed position in Sliding Side-Door® circulating devices. These keys do not have a releasing profile. This automaticrelease feature incorporates a releasing profile on the key that acts to compress the key spring and release the positioning tool. The tool is designed to release itself only after the sleeve reaches its fully open or closed position. use the Otis XL or RL shifting tool. Note: The Otis B selective positioning tool is not to be used for shifting Otis XXO or RRO surface-controlled safety valve nipples. This automatic-releasing feature incorporates a releasing profile on the key itself that acts to compress the key spring and release the positioning tool. The positioning tool engages the recess in the upper (or lower) end of the inner sleeve to permit the sleeve to be shifted by a jarring action. The tool is designed to release itself only after the sleeve reaches the full-down position. For these nipples. HAL8526 Otis® BO Selective Positioning Tool Otis® BP Selective Positioning Tool 7-12 Slickline Service Equipment HAL8527 .

This is sometimes the case when small metallic particles become lodged on top of the locking mandrel dogs of a subsurface flow control. When the bailer reaches the object to be bailed. easy-to-bail sand • Chisel bottom for hard-packed sand • Flapper bottom for bailing metal particles that are too large to pass the ball and seat Otis B hydrostatic bailers are designed for use when the substance to be bailed cannot be removed by a pump-type bailer. The Otis B hydrostatic bailer is sealed at the surface and run into the tubing bore with the internal bailer chamber at atmospheric pressure. A ball check valve acts to contain the junk in addition to the well pressure until the bailer is retrieved. An assortment of bailer bottoms is available: • Flat bottom for soft. a few downward strokes of the wireline jars act to shear a small sealing disc and admit the well pressure and/or hydrostatic head (as well as the junk) into the bailer cylinder. the bailer acts to pull sand into the cylinder to remove the sand bridge. For large pieces of junk.Tubing Perforators and Bailers Otis® A tubing perforators are mechanically operated and can be used with slickline (under pressure) to perforate both standard and heavyweight tubing. Note: The internal chamber pressure should always be bled off through the bailer release valve before the bailer bottom is broken off at surface. By working the wireline in the same manner as used to set certain subsurface controls (lightly jarring up and down). minimizing the possibility of perforating the casing • Safety-release mechanism designed to permit removing perforator without perforating • Greater tubing penetration • Perforator designed to retract the punch and release automatically after perforating • Service performed by Halliburton-trained personnel Otis M sand pump bailers may be used to remove a sand bridge if one is encountered during normal wireline operations. HAL8530 HAL8531 Otis® A Tubing Perforator Otis® M Sand Pump Bailer Otis® B Hydrostatic Bailer Slickline Service Equipment HAL8532 7-13 . The sand bailer consists of a piston encased in an outer cylinder. a flapper bottom and junk basket are available. Applications • To provide access to casing annulus to circulate or kill a well • To bring in additional productive zones • To permit production through tail pipe that has been plugged and cannot be opened by regular methods Features • No explosives used.

Slickline Skid Units and Trucks Halliburton designs and manufactures top quality skid-base units for offshore operations and trucks for land operations. please contact your local Halliburton representative. For more detailed information. providing the right mix of operator-friendly components to make both specialized and standard operations more productive. HAL22811 T800 Slickline Crane Truck HAL22810 HAL22812 Offshore Three-Piece Skid Unit HAL22808 HAL22809 Slickline Container Unit Stainless Steel Skid Unit 7-14 Slickline Service Equipment . The units are known worldwide for their user-focused design.

please contact your local Halliburton representative. Unmatched equipment quality backed by available extensive training and maintenance instruction has made Halliburton the industry’s premier provider of this type of equipment and services. For more detailed information. Sheave) Quick Union Upper Lubricator Section Quick Union Middle Lubricator Section HAL22754 HAL22753 Slickline Grease Head Lubricator Pick Up Clamp Quick Union Lower Lubricator Section HAL22755 Liquid Chamber Option: • Pump-In Sub Quick Union Wireline Valve Single (Manual or Hydraulic) Options: • Wireline Valve Dual (Manual or Hydraulic) • Wireline Valve Triple (Manual or Hydraulic) Dual Wireline Valve (Manual or Hydraulic) Options: • Lubricator Safety Valve • Pin End Assembly Flanged Tree Connection HAL22757 HAL22756 Triple Wireline Valve (Manual or Hydraulic) Slickline Service Equipment 7-15 . Options: • Slickline Grease Head • Liquid Chamber • Lubricator Control (Purge) Valve Hydraulic Stuffing Box (16-in.Surface Service Equipment Halliburton’s wellhead pressure control equipment provides for a safe and highly productive service operation.

it also instantly and continuously adjusts for the effect of ambient temperature on counter wheel size and for tension-caused line stretch measured with an electronic load sensor. and line speed are logged and a hard copy printed in real time. Depth. Key developments make this revolutionary advance in slickline utility possible: • An advanced measurement system that makes slickline depth readings comparable to electric line depth readings • A slickline collar locator that pinpoints tubing or casing collars • A downhole power unit that eliminates the need for explosives to set packers and plugs • An electronic triggering device that fires perforating and cutting charges • A data/job logger that produces real-time slickline collar logs or customer job summary • A wire inspection device that detects abnormalities in slickline to facilitate wire management and reduce premature failures Unprecedented Slickline Accuracy Halliburton's Advanced Measurement System (AMS) uses microprocessor technology to take the guesswork out of slickline depth measurements. Procedure for procedure. Set Packers and Plugs Without Explosives The remarkable Halliburton DPU® downhole power unit eliminates the need to use explosive charges to set packers and plugs.Advanced® Slickline Services Highly developed measurement and innovative downhole tools provide low-cost slickline solutions for well interventions. Yes. we still count wheel turns. Halliburton's new slickline technology substantially lowers your total cost. guiding the operator and providing a permanent job record. Correlate to the Original Log to Identify Collar Locations Halliburton's exclusive slickline collar locator further enhances data accuracy. where improved element compression and a more uniform slip set are obtained. it increases line tension. and tubing–all with depth accuracy comparable to electric line with the efficiency of slickline. the processor not only counts wheel turns. 7-16 Slickline Service Equipment . Halliburton Advanced® slickline services let you set and retrieve packers. But. cut casing. Halliburton’s innovative slickline technology produces depth measurements so accurate you can now use slickline procedures for many services traditionally reserved for electric line operations. tension. As it passes a tubing or casing collar. The slow controlled force provided by an electromechanical powertrain improves setting performance for downhole equipment. when compared to electric line. plugs. and perforate. such as packers. The tension spikes are recorded in real time on the permanent job log so the operator always knows the precise tool location in relation to the tubing or casing collars. and monobore flow controls.

JobTrak® Data Logger LineTrak® Inspection Device Advanced® Slickline Service Unit Advanced Measuring System (AMS) Memory Production Logging • CCL/Gamma Ray • Pressure • Temperature • Capacitance Water Holdup • Filled Density (Differential Pressure) • Fullbore Spinner and Continuous CollarTrak® Slickline Collar Locator DPU® Downhole Power Unit SmartETD® System Perforating Gun Monolock® Plug Bridge Plug Advanced® Slickline Service Tools Packer Perforator Slickline Service Equipment 7-17 .

Even More Built in Reliability Halliburton's new wire inspection device and wire management software has prevented fishing trips and has greatly reduced lost production time caused by slickline failure. job-related stresses. and exposure to hostile well environments. but with slickline. The wire management software tracks wire usage and provides a permanent record of each line's job history. The device can be used for periodic electronic inspection to detect line abnormalities. The device's redundant safety system prevents premature firing. The software provides a basis for predicting wire failures due to normal. The data can also be merged with data from downhole memory tool surveys to produce API quality production well logs for diagnostic or flow analysis.Perforating and Cutting Services Performed with Slickline The Halliburton electronic triggering device employs slickline to run and fire perforating and cutting charges when explosives are a requirement. Save With Halliburton Advanced Slickline Services You can substantially save on your electric line costs for comparable services with Halliburton's Advanced slickline technology. The triggering device also can be used to fire explosive-activated tools used to set plugs and packers. 7-18 Slickline Service Equipment . and producing high quality memory production logs. when utilizing AMS. And the Halliburton wire inspection device in conjunction with wire management software can cut the costs of traditional slickline services by significantly reducing the potential for line breaks. Produce a Permanent Job Record Data recorded through the job logger can either be a printed hardcopy or stored to floppy disc as a permanent well file. setting plugs and packers. perforating. The state-of-the-art Advanced® slickline service system offered by Halliburton provides the most efficient means for precise depth correlation. Advanced® Slickline Service System This system provides services traditionally performed by e-line services.

DPU® Downhole Power Unit Halliburton’s DPU® downhole power unit is an electromechanical downhole electric power supply device that produces a linear force for setting packers using downhole electric power./min) allowing the sealing element to conform against the casing/tubing wall and the slips to fully engage. reduce well completion costs. and batteries is also available. The slickline version of the DPU unit uses batteries to provide the energy to the motor and timing circuits. circuits. The DPU unit is designed to help set and allow for dependable operation of downhole flow control devices. the DPU unit shears loose from the subsurface device and is free for removal from the well. and improve safety at the wellsite. The tool is self-contained with a battery unit and an electrical timer to start the setting operation. The unit consists of three functioning sections: the pressure sensing actuator. Shifts: • Sliding Side-Door® circulation/production devices • Internal control valves • Releasing mechanisms/sleeves Note: Both slickline and e-line DPU units include conversion kits to allow the use of existing Baker setting adapter kits. The setting motion is gradual and controlled (about 0. The controlled setting motion allows the sealing element to be fully compressed. The DPU unit and attached subsurface device are run into the well on slickline or braided line. An electric line version without the timer. Once the setting force is reached. Applications Sets and Retrieves: • Packers • Bridge plugs • Whipstocks • Monolock® devices • Subsea tree plugs Sets: • Cement retainers • Sump packers • HE3® retrievable bridge plugs • BB wireline-retrievable packers Perforates: • Tubing • Casing HAL14000 DPU® Downhole Power Unit Slickline Service Equipment 7-19 . the power source.7 in. The timer initiates the operation. and the linear drive section.

e-line.Features • Equipped with a timer/accelerometer/pressure actuation system to ensure tool setting at the proper time and depth • Batteries for self-contained operation • Slickline. or coiled tubing operation • Sets and retrieves tools with optimal setting force • Reduced cost for setting packers and bridge plugs using traditional electric line • Non-explosive operation improves safety • Eliminates need for electric wireline • Dependable operation • Positive setting of slips and elements • Optimized operating speed 7-20 Slickline Service Equipment .

Slickline DPU® System Specifications
Max OD in. (mm) 1.70 (43.2) 2.51 (63.75) 3.59 (91.19) Max Shear Force lbf (N) 15,000 (66 720) 30,000 (133 440) 50,000 (222 400) 60,000 (266 880) Voltage Amps Max Temperature °F (°C) 300 (148) 300 (148) 250 (121) 329 (165) Max Pressure psi (bar) 15,000 (1034.5) 15,000 (1034.5) 10,000 (689.4) 10,000 (689.4) Max Effective Stroke in. (mm) 9 (229) 8.5 (216) 36 (914) 8.75 (222)

27 36 30 48

2 4 5 2

E-Line DPU System Specifications
Max OD in. (mm) 1.70 (43.2) 2.51 (63.75) 3.81 (96.77) Max Shear Force lbf (N) 15,000 (66 720) 30,000 (133 440) 60,000 (266 880) Voltage Amps Max Temperature °F (°C) 400 (204) 400 (204) 400 (204) Max Pressure psi (bar) 15,000 (1034.5) 15,000 (1034.5) 20,000 (1378) Max Effective Stroke in. (mm) 9 (229) 8.5 (216) 8.75 (222)

50 115 200

0.6 0.6 0.75

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DPU® Tubing Punch
The DPU® tubing punch can help cut your costs for perforating the tubing. Coupled with the Monolock® plugging device, the DPU tubing punch provides an effective and dependable solution for well (kill) workover operations. Features • Can reduce the cost for perforating tubing • Reduces rig time by minimizing misruns with other mechanical perforators • No extensive jarring to achieve a hole • Eliminates the need for electric wireline and an explosive soft shot perforating service. The DPU tubing punch can be run on slickline, braided line, or coiled tubing. This means it offers the economy of slickline and the versatility to meet operational requirements • Improves safety with its non-explosive operation by eliminating transportation and handling of explosives and by not requiring explosive-trained personnel • Offers proven, dependable operation of the punch
HAL23161 HAL23160

• Equipped with a timer/accelerometer/pressure actuation system for precise control

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Slickline Service Equipment

CollarTrak® Slickline Collar Locator
The Halliburton CollarTrak® slickline collar locator consists of a standard electric line collar locator, an electronic subassembly, and a magnet/drag sub-assembly. When the collar locator senses a tubing or casing collar, it signals the electronic sub-assembly, which instantaneously activates magnets in the magnet/drag assembly. The magnets increase frictional engagement to the pipe wall, creating a brief but significant increase in line tension. Halliburton's advanced measurement system detects the tension increase and sends the data signals to the data/job logger, which records it as a well-defined spike on the log. The advanced measurement system automatically and continuously compensates for line stretch, assuring log accuracy. The tool, which is powered by alkaline batteries, locates collars in up to 13 chrome pipe and in flush-joint tubing.

HAL8887

CollarTrak® Slickline Collar Locator

Slickline Collar Locator (SLCL) (with Power Pack) Specifications
Size in. (mm) 2.50 (64) 3.66 (93) 1.69 (43) Tubing or Casing Size in. 3 1/241/2 5 1/27 5/8 2 3/82 7/8 Max OD Magnets Collapsed in. (mm) 2.50 (64) 3.66 (93) 1.69 (43) Max OD Magnets Expanded in. (mm) 3.85 (98) 5.50 (140) 3.06 (77) Optional Larger Magnet Housing No Yes No Max OD Larger Max OD Larger Max Max Magnet Housing Magnet Housing Operating Operating Collapsed Expanded Pressure Temp. in. (mm) in. (mm) psi °F N/A 5.70 (145) N/A N/A 7.50 (191) N/A 15,000 10,000 15,000 300 250 300 Overall Length in. (mm) 95.3 (2.421) 69.8 (1.773) 34.12 (.86) Power Source “AA” size Batteries “C” size Batteries “AA” size Batteries Top Connection 1 5/16-in. 10UNS pin 1 1/16 in. 10UNS pin 1 5/16 in. 10UNS pin Bottom Tool Connection 1 5/16-in. 10UNS box 1 1/16 10UNS box 15/16 in. 10UNS box

All sizes are alloy material and have three magnets.

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Electronic Depth Measurement System

Halliburton Job Logger

JOB ENDED ( DATE: May, 02 1995

TIME: 15:04:39 ) 123 DNs LINE SPEED : 238.8 m/min

MAXIMUM ( DEPTH: 1352.5 m TENSION : ) COMMENTS : TOOL BOX SAFETY MEETING

RIH FLOWING DUMMY AT 1353M. RIH FLOWING SURVEY MAKE 5 MIN STOP 250M 423M 453M 746M 766M 984M 1104M 1152M 1172M 1282M 1302 1343M 15MIN STOP CASSING PRESS 4000KPA

Data/Job Logger (Portable)

6000

Slickline Service Unit

Combination Depth Counter and Line Tension Sensors (Input to Electronic Depth Measurement System) Slickline Collar Locator Slickline Collar Log Downhole Power Unit
Casing Collar Location
6100

Bridge Plug or packer
HAL8356

6200
Line Speed

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Slickline Service Equipment

Advanced Measurement System (AMS)
The electronic advanced measurement system (AMS) measures tension and depth, compensates for wire stretch and temperature effects on the measuring wheel, and reports a corrected depth reading. This model of the AMS system is designed to be mounted inside a wireline operator cabin. Other features also help improve the quality of a service job. A differential load indicator indicates small changes in pickup weight. Digital displays can be switched between English and metric measurements at any time. The approaching surface alarm warns the operator as the tools near the surface. The excessive tension function works with the hydraulic system to limit the maximum line tension to an adjustable preset value. The system allows the operator to input a “rig-up angle” for accurate line tension readings. When used with a Halliburton two-wheel counter with a “universal” measuring wheel, the AMS gives accurate depth readings for any size wire, in English or metric, without changing wheels. This model has digital and analog displays with switch input controls and RS-232 output for data acquisition with a laptop computer. Panel AMS will not work with IS (Class 1 Division 2) counter. This system requires an electronic strain gauge load sensor and an optical encoder.
HAL8890

Standard Mounted Equipment • Automatic depth adjustment • Line tension adjustment • Depth offset adjustment • Ambient temperature correction • Analog line tension display • Analog differential line tension display • Digital line tension display • Digital line depth display • Digital line speed display • RS-232 serial port output for corrected depth, line speed, line tension, units of measurement, and time

Advanced Measurement System

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Electronic Advanced Measurement System (Portable)
This portable model has a flat screen display, keypad functional inputs, and extended RAM for data storage. A RS-232 serial port is provided for real-time data retrieval. This system requires an electronic strain gauge, load sensor, and an optical encoder. The portable unit is available for standard and hazardous Class I Division 2 operation. Standard Portable Model Equipment • Automatic depth adjustment • Line tension adjustment • Depth offset adjustment • Ambient temperature correction for counter wheel • Analog line tension display • Analog differential analog line tension display • Digital line tension display • Digital line depth display • Digital line speed display • RS-232 serial port output for corrected depth, line speed, line tension, units of measurement, and time

Integrated AMS™ Advanced Measurement System

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Slickline Service Equipment

SmartETD® System
The Halliburton SmartETD® system is an advanced electronic triggering device that provides an accurate, safe, and reliable method to run and fire downhole explosive tools using slickline. With its built-in sensor and memory capabilities, it can record and store downhole temperature and pressure data that can be used by the slickline specialists to program firing parameters. The SmartETD tool requires four parameters to be met prior to firing. These are time, motion, pressure, and temperature. The timing sequence begins when the tool is exposed to pressure. After the tool stops, any motion resets the electronic timer. After the SmartETD timer has remained motionless for a specific period of time and has simultaneously encountered the preset temperature and pressure windows, it initiates the firing sequence. The SmartETD tool will fire the Halliburton RED® rig environment detonator, as well as API RP-67-compliant devices.

No-Blow, No Drop Assembly

Top Shock/Centralizer Quick Lock Assembly

SmartETD® Tool

HV Shooting Module Adapter Selectable Mechanical Pressure Switch Shock Absorber

Detonator Sub/Explosives as required with STD 1 3/8-in. GO™ Connection

VannGun Assembly
HAL15398

®

SmartETD® System

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JobTrak® Data Job Logger
The JobTrak® data job logger is used with the Halliburton advanced measurement system to produce summary logs that provide a real-time plot of depth, line speed, and line tension. The data logger consists of a portable computer and thermal printer packaged in a heavy-duty carrying case. It is connected to the AMS system through a RS-232 port, and the computer is programmed to convert the AMS data to graphical form. The data logger can be powered using 12 to 30 volts DC or 110 to 240 volts AC. Standard Mounted Equipment • Temperature rating: -10° to 110°F • Power supply: 12-30 VDC or 110-240 VAC • Maximum line speed: 3,000 ft/min (914 m/min) • Maximum line tension: 5,000 lb (2267 kg) • Plot units per hour settings: 4 in./hr or 8 in./hr (10 cm/hr or 20 cm/hr)

HAL8322

JobTrak® Data Job Logger

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Slickline Service Equipment

Memory Production Logging (MPL) Service
Halliburton’s memory production logging service provides solutions to production problems with accurate flow profiles and downhole diagnostics. Logging data is stored in downhole memory and played back on location after the tools are retrieved from the well. MPL can be used in producing and injecting wells with single- or multi-phase flow regimes. Features • Economical in hostile environments – Using slickline minimizes the risk in CO2, H2S, or high-pressure environments. Slickline wellhead pressure control equipment simplifies rig up and operates safely and efficiently in demanding conditions • Proven in horizontal applications – MPL is deployable on coiled tubing for highly deviated or horizontal wells • Reduced rig space requirements – Small footprint and low weight make MPL ideal for small production platforms and mono-pod completions. MPL also requires less surface equipment and crane height than electric line services

• Helicopter portable – MPL can be run with existing slickline equipment, avoiding the cost of mobilizing a logging unit • Proven reliability and resolution of electric line tools – MPL string uses the same sensors as the standard electric line tools to deliver the same accuracy and highresolution data • Exclusive depth indicators ensure depth accuracy – AMS advanced slickline depth measurement system or slickline collar locator provides accurate depth control for the MPL string, eliminating misruns and saving valuable rig time • Tool strings customized to meet well requirements – All services can be run with a 1 second sample rate, allowing approximately 18 hours of logging time. Sample rates as high as 0.2 seconds can be selected for increased data density and higher resolution

HAL964

This memory production log was obtained for an operator looking to cut high water production in a formation with a three-phase downhole flow regime. The MPL service captures logging data on a memory recorder. The data is equal to data obtained with electric line services.

Slickline Service Equipment

HAL965

Computing center analysis of the MPL data reveals that the bottom set of perforations is producing mostly water and only 2% of the total oil production and 6% of the gas. Remedial work to plug off the bottom zone should decrease water production and reduce water disposal costs without greatly affecting hydrocarbon production.

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Memory Production Logging Service
Battery and Memory Recorder
Tool Description Battery Housing Memory Tool Max. Tool OD in. (mm) 1.687 (43) 1.68 (43) Services Quartz Pressure Casing Collar Locator Gamma Ray 1.68 (43) 1.687 (43) 1.687 (43) 1.687 (43) 1.687 (43) 1.687 (43) Spinners Caged Fullbore Continuous 1.687 (43) 1.687 (43) Accessories Roller Centralizer Knuckle Joint 1.687 (43) 1.687 (43) 23 (0.58) 6.1 (0.15) 34.1 (0.87) 24 (0.61) 12.1 (0.31) 18.5 (0.47) 26.6 (0.68) 26.2 (0.67) 11.5 (0.29) 47 (1.19) Tool Length in. (m) 18 (0.46) 19.5 (0.50)

Quartz Pressure Casing Collar Locator

Gamma Ray

Capacitance Water Holdup Temperature Fluid Density Differential Pressure

Roller Centralizer

Fluid Density Differential Pressure

All tools are rated to 350°F (177°C) and 15,000 psi (103 400 kPa)

Capacitance Water Holdup

Roller Centralizer

Temperature

Caged Fullbore Spinner
HAL966

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Slickline Service Equipment

LineTrak® Slickline Inspection Device and Wire Management Program
The Halliburton LineTrak® slickline inspection device spots problems that simply would be impossible for even a veteran slickline technician to detect. The device is used to provide continuous inspection of the entire line —not just selected areas and provides inspection of both in-service lines as well as new lines as it is spooled. Wire Management Program In addition to periodic inspections for line abnormalities, a permanent record of each line’s job history, when utilizing Halliburton’s AMS advanced measurement system and the JobTrak® data logger, provide a basis for predicting line failures due to normal job-related stresses and exposure to hostile well environments. Wire inspections have become an integral component of Halliburton’s extensive Wire Management Program—a program designed to prevent on-the-job failures. The LineTrak slickline inspection device spots problems before they cause downhole line failure. The following are examples of problems detected by the LineTrak device.

This 0.021-in. deep crack (100x magnification) was detected in a nickel alloy wire with 1,850 cycles.

Damage on left was detected at 462 ft and on right at 368 ft (arrow points to pit on wire) on a nickel alloy wire.

Abrasion damage on this cobalt alloy wire was detected before it could cause wire separation.

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During inspection, the slickline travels through a coil matched to its size. A high-frequency, low-power alternating current running through the coil produces an alternating magnetic field which generates an electric current, or eddy current, in the slickline. Any changes or discontinuities in the slickline’s conductivity affects the eddy current, changing the coil’s impedance. The inspection device detects the impedance change. Pass-fail criteria are based on notched reference wires. Impedance changes that exceed the established limits identify line sections that require more detailed inspection or cause a line to be taken out of service. Although the LineTrak® inspection device cannot guarantee you will never have another parted line, it can minimize the chances of a line failure causing a fishing job in your well. Wire Management Program Features • Proprietary software developed from extensive empirical cycle fatigue test data and field testing • Utility application in AMS system • Extends wireline life • Minimizes premature line failure • User friendly interface • Tracks wire usage and length • Provides graph of used life of line

Discontinuities Coil

Generator/Indicator Magnetic Field Slickline

Direction of Movement
AC

Inspection System Using Self-Comparison Differential Coils

Wire Management Program

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Slickline Service Equipment

Deepwater Riserless Subsea Light Well Intervention System
The Halliburton deepwater riserless subsea light well intervention system offers complete well intervention solutions. Features • Reduced well intervention costs on subsea wells • No workover riser during operation

• System can be operated from a more cost-effective intervention DP vessel • Ideal intervention method on deepwater wells • Increases subsea well availability • Reduced chance of damage resident pipelines and structures

Deepwater Riserless Intervention System

Slickline Service Equipment

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Slickline Service Equipment

Mobilization

Mobilization
LOGIQ™ Logging Truck
LOGIQ™ logging trucks are an evolution in onshore logging technology. The trucks are designed to operate all of the new evolution tools at well depths of up to 27,000 ft in single drum (open-hole) or dual drum (open and cased-hole) configuration. The latest state-of-the-art technology and engineering design make the truck and computer system a platform that can be upgraded as technology evolves. • Power Distribution Panel – Power type – 110V and 220V sockets – Direct Lights – 110V and 12V direct lights – Floodlights – 110V, 500W quartz – Air Conditioners – four DuoTherm; 13,500 BTU/ 5,600 BTU heating for each – Intercom – 3M Model D-15 • Curbside Tool Racks (with airbags) – Top – four, 2-in. diameter tools, maximum length 92 in. (233.7 cm) – Middle, Lower – holds two, 4-in. diameter tools, maximum length 98 in. (249 cm) • Roadside Tool Racks (with airbags) – Top – four, 2-in. diameter tools, maximum length 88 in. (223.5 cm) – Middle, Lower – holds two, 4-in. diameter tools, maximum length 136 in. (345.4 cm) • Underbelly Tool Rack – Holds four, 5-in. diameter tools and two, 4-in. diameter tools; maximum length 22 ft (6.7 m) with pneumatic tool retainers

Logging Cabin Features
• Exterior – Material – 1/8-in. aluminum – Construction – welded aluminum – Insulation – 2-in. urethane foam – Entrance(s) – single door • Interior – Material – brushed anodized aluminum skin – Console – winch operator console for depth panel, engine, and generator panel – Window – one large sliding window facing reel and frame assembly

LOGIQ™ Logging Truck

Truck Chassis and Engine Specifications
Make/Model Kenworth T-800 6X4 Height 13 ft, 2 in. (4.01 m) Width 7 ft, 11 in. (2.41 m) Length 38 ft, 4 in. (11.68 m) Wheel Base 24 ft, 6 in. (8.86 m) Cab to Axle 16 ft (4.87 m) Engine Model Caterpillar Cat-13 Horsepower 380 hp at 2100 RPM Fuel Tanks Two 24.5-in. diameter aluminum, cap: 110 and 50 USG

Mobilization

8-1

000 ft/hour and down to 360 ft/hour with an enhanced slow speed option down to 50 ft/hour • Rexroth AA4VG pumps and AA6V motors with electronic controls • Large drum capable of holding 25.000 ft/hour down to 360 ft/hour with an enhanced low speed option down to 50 ft per hour.500 ft of 7/32 single conductor cable. heptacable slammer.500 ft of 5/16 single conductor cable or 28.472-in. speeds from 55. Small drum capable of holding 22. • Single speed transmission cased-hole drum with speeds up to 52. heptacable slammer cable or 28.490-in.Winch Specifications • Two-speed transmission.500 of 0. • Satellite dish and communications optional 8-2 Mobilization .500 ft of 0.

The three-piece modular skids are designed to operate the most complex logging jobs in the harshest offshore and land environments. LOGIQ™ Modular Skid Unit Mobilization 8-3 .000 ft.7.LOGIQ™ Modular Skid Unit The LOGIQ™ DNV 2. in single drum (open-hole) or dual drum (open and cased-hole) configuration.1 certified logging skids are an evolution in offshore logging technology. The three-module design allows for the three modules to operate together or separate changing the footprint of the skid to better match the space available. The latest state-of-theart technology and engineering design make the skid and computer system a platform that can be upgraded as technology evolves. Setup times are greatly reduced because of the slewing mechanism of the winch module and service multiple wells as well. It will run all of the new evolution tools at well depths of up to 27.

(m) 96 (2. urethane foam walls.45) Height in. The unit has entry doors on both sides. generator controls. such as: gauges for power pack. start/stop. and an integrated touch screen depth panel. and cooling and heating is provided by four units. aluminum with 2.44) Weight lb (kg) 11. (m) 136 (3. The control panel includes all functions. winch controls.0-in.Cabin Module The cabin module unit can be transported as a single DNV 2. (m) 113 (2.87) Width in.7.350 (5148) 8-4 Mobilization . The cabin is ergonomically designed and holds a single or double LOGIQ™ logging system. Cabin Module Cabin Module Specifications Length in.1 certified lift. The exterior material is 3/16-in. pump controls.

472-in.500 ft of 0. (m) 72 (1.44) Weight lb (kg) 25. The small drum is capable of holding 22. It also features a Rexroth 90 cc pump and 80 cc motors with electronic controls. Speeds vary from 55. (m) 113 (2. The cased-hole reel has a single speed direct drive transmission with speeds up to 52. heptacable slammer cable or 28.7.200 (11 455) Certification DNV 2. The unit includes a large drum capable of holding 25.1 / EN12079 certified Mobilization 8-5 .000 ft/hour down to 360 ft/hour with an enhanced low speed option down to 50 ft/hour.1 certified lift. The open-hole reel has a two-speed direct drive transmission. Both have maximum slew rate angles of up to ± 12°.500 ft of 7/32 single conductor cable. Satellite dish and communications optional Winch Module Winch Module Specifications Length in.000 ft/hour and down to 360 ft/hour with an enhanced slow speed option down to 50 ft/hour. (m) 96 (2.87) Width in. heptacable slammer.490-in. It has interchangeable reels for open-hole and cased-hole purposes.Winch Module The winch module unit can be transported as a single DNV 2.83) Height in.500 ft of 0.500 ft of 5/16 single conductor cable or 28.7.

(m) 113 (2.7.150 (3250) 8-6 Mobilization .44) Weight lb (kg) 7. The power pack unit has an enclosed pollution drip pan with easy access drain plugs. All service access points are easy to reach. (m) 60 (1. It also includes air-start with standard rig air connections. All electrical and hydraulic connections are quick change so set up time is minimal. It runs the hydraulic pumps for the winch and 30 kW hydraulic generator and other auxiliary hydraulic controls.Power Pack The power pack unit can be transported as a single DNV 2. (m) 96 (2. Power Pack Module Power Pack Module Specifications Length in.52) Height in. Its main component is the Caterpillar 3126 EURO-3 engine with 230 hp.87) Width in.1 certified lift.

Mnemonics 9-1 . Dual detector tools may utilize either N or 1 to distinguish Near detector and F or 2 to distinguish Far detector. software versions or data systems.Mnemonics Mnemonics Mnemonic: Unit: Tool: Description: Type_Data: Refers to the Curve Mnemonic . Described the recorded Curve Serv_Name: Refers to the General Service (combined tools) Refers to the Data format classification and processing status RES = Result curve INP = Processed Input data TEL = Telemetry with some processing applied This is a generalized listing of current supported tools and is not intended to include older tools.LIS / DLIS Refers to the Engineering Units—LIS Eng / Metric. DLIS Eng / Metric Refers to the logging tool for the curve.

001/ohm 0.001/ohm 0.m RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES 0.m ohm.m ohm.ARRAY COMP TRUE RES SED2 ACRT .ARRAY COMP TRUE RES RF20 ACRT .001/ohm 0.m 0.001/ohm 0.001/ohm 0.ARRAY COMP TRUE RES CO90 ACRT .ARRAY COMP TRUE RES CT10 ACRT .m ohm.m ohm.001/ohm 0.ARRAY COMP TRUE RES SED1 ACRT .ONE FOOT ECCENTRICITY OUTER RADIAL DEPTH OF INVASION INNER RADIAL DEPTH OF INVASION RADIAL DEPTH OF INVASION 90 IN RADIAL CONDUCTIVITY 2FT 6 IN RADIAL CONDUCTIVITY 2FT 20 IN RADIAL CONDUCTIVITY 2FT 10 IN RADIAL CONDUCTIVITY 2FT 90 IN RADIAL CONDUCTIVITY 1FT INCLINATION 60 IN RADIAL RESISTIVITY 2 FT TEMPERATURE FEEDPIPE .m ohm.001/ohm 0.m ohm.001/ohm IN mm mm 0.m ohm.m ohm.001/ohm 0.ARRAY COMP TRUE RES RT20 ACRT .ARRAY COMP TRUE RES ECC ACRT .m ohm.FOUR FOOT 20 IN RADIAL RESISTIVITY 1 FT RT RESISTIVITY MAP .ARRAY COMP TRUE RES INCL ACRT .m ohm.m ohm.ARRAY COMP TRUE RES D2 ACRT .ARRAY COMP TRUE RES SMUD ACRT .001/ohm 0.m ohm.ARRAY COMP TRUE RES SED6 ACRT .m ohm.m ohm.ARRAY COMP TRUE RES RT ACRT .ARRAY COMP TRUE RES RF10 ACRT .m ohm.CALC SKIN EFFECT CORRECTIONS D6 SKIN EFFECT CORRECTIONS U5 SKIN EFFECT CORRECTIONS D4 SKIN EFFECT CORRECTIONS D3 SKIN EFFECT CORRECTIONS D2 SKIN EFFECT CORRECTIONS D1 MUD RESISTIVITY .m ohm.001/ohm RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES ohm.m ohm.ARRAY COMP TRUE RES SED4 ACRT .ARRAY COMP TRUE RES RF06 ACRT .m ohm.m ohm.001/ohm ohm.m ohm.m ohm.m ohm.001/ohm ohm.001/ohm 0.001/ohm 0.ARRAY COMP TRUE RES RXO/RT ACRT .ARRAY COMP TRUE RES RT90 ACRT .ARRAY COMP TRUE RES RT10 ACRT .m ohm.ARRAY COMP TRUE RES RT60 ACRT .ARRAY COMP TRUE RES RO10 ACRT .001/ohm 0.ARRAY COMP TRUE RES RSO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM IN IN IN MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO IN MM MM MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO OHMM OHMM MMHO MMHO OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM 90 IN RADIAL RESISTIVITY 4FT 60 IN RADIAL RESISTIVITY 4FT 30 IN RADIAL RESISTIVITY 4FT 20 IN RADIAL RESISTIVITY 4FT 10 IN RADIAL RESISTIVITY 4FT 6 IN RADIAL RESISTIVITY 4 FT LEFT STANDOFF LEFT MANDREL 60 IN RADIAL CONDUCTIVITY 1FT RT RESISTIVITY MAP .ARRAY COMP TRUE RES RO20 ACRT .m ohm.ARRAY COMP TRUE RES RT06 ACRT .m RES RES 0.ARRAY COMP TRUE RES RMUD ACRT .m ohm.ARRAY COMP TRUE RES HRM4 ACRT .ARRAY COMP TRUE RES CT20 ACRT .001/ohm 0.ARRAY COMP TRUE RES CT90 ACRT .001/ohm RES RES ohm.ARRAY COMP TRUE RES HRM1 ACRT .m RES RES RES in in in 0.Wireline and Perforating Services Mnemonics Serv_Name LIS Mnem LISU_ eng LISU_ met Description RT RESISTIVITY MAP .ARRAY COMP TRUE RES D1 ACRT .m ohm.ARRAY COMP TRUE RES SED3 ACRT .ARRAY COMP TRUE RES LSO ACRT .001/ohm 0.ARRAY COMP TRUE RES CT06 ACRT .m ohm.ARRAY COMP TRUE RES CO60 ACRT .ARRAY COMP TRUE RES RMAN ACRT .ARRAY COMP TRUE RES RF30 ACRT .m RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES 9-2 Mnemonics .CALCULATED MUD RESISTIVITY UNIVADED ZONE RESISTIVITY 6 IN RADIAL RESISTIVITY 1 FT 90 IN RADIAL RESISTIVITY 2 FT 10 IN RADIAL RESISTIVITY 1 FT 30 IN RADIAL RESISTIVITY 2 FT 20 IN RADIAL RESISTIVITY 2 FT 10 IN RADIAL RESISTIVITY 2 FT 6 IN RADIAL RESISTIVITY 2 FT TRUE RESISTIVITY UNIVADED ZONE RIGHT STANDOFF ohm.m ohm.ARRAY COMP TRUE RES RT30 ACRT .ARRAY COMP TRUE RES RO06 ACRT .m ohm.m ohm.m ohm.001/ohm 0.ARRAY COMP TRUE RES HRM2 ACRT .m ohm.001/ohm 0.001/ohm 0.001/ohm 0.001/ohm 0.ARRAY COMP TRUE RES TMPF ACRT .ARRAY COMP TRUE RES LMAN ACRT .ARRAY COMP TRUE RES DI ACRT .TWO FOOT RIGHT MANDREL Mnem HRM2 RMAN RF90 RF60 RF30 RF20 RF10 RF06 LSO LMAN CO60 HRM4 RO20 HRM1 ECC D2 D1 DI CT90 CT06 CT20 CT10 CO90 INCL RT60 TMPF SED6 SEU5 SED4 SED3 SED2 SED1 SMUD RMUD RXO/RT RO06 RT90 RO10 RT30 RT20 RT10 RT06 RT RSO DLISU_ Eng DLISU_ Met Type_ Data RES RES ACRT .m ohm.ARRAY COMP TRUE RES RF60 ACRT .ARRAY COMP TRUE RES SEU5 ACRT .ARRAY COMP TRUE RES RF90 ACRT .

001/ohm 0.m 0.BH COMP ARRAY SONIC BCDT/BSAT/BCS/CBL .PIPE AMPLITUDE DELTA .BH COMP ARRAY SONIC BCDT/BSAT/BCS/CBL .001/ohm 0.001/ohm 0.ARRAY COMP TRUE RES RXO ACRT .001/ohm 0.BH COMP ARRAY SONIC BCDT/BSAT/BCS/CBL .BH COMP ARRAY SONIC TT22 ALPH TT2 DT2 TT12 TT11 TT21 AMPL AMP DT1 FRMC TT TT1 WFFW ITTT WMSG MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO 20 IN RADIAL CONDUCTIVITY 1FT 30 IN RADIAL CONDUCTIVITY 4FT 30 IN RADIAL CONDUCTIVITY 1FT TT_T2R2 ALPHA 0.ARRAY COMP TRUE RES BCD5 ACRT .001/ohm 0.ARRAY COMP TRUE RES RO30 ACRT .ARRAY COMP TRUE RES CF90 ACRT .BH COMP ARRAY SONIC BCDT/BSAT/BCS/CBL .001/ohm 0.TIME TRANSMITTER 1 TOOL FRAME COUNT dB mv uS/ft dB mv US/M RES RES RES RES US/F US US/M US CBL .BH COMP ARRAY SONIC BCDT/BSAT/BCS/CBL .ARRAY COMP TRUE RES ACCZ ACRT .ALL INTEGRATED TRAVEL TIME TOTAL WAVEFORM .BH COMP ARRAY SONIC BCDT/BSAT/BCS/CBL .BH COMP ARRAY SONIC BCDT/BSAT/BCS/CBL .ARRAY COMP TRUE RES CF20 ACRT .m ohm.001/ohm DLISU_ Met ohm.001/ohm 0.ARRAY COMP TRUE RES CT30 ACRT .001/ohm IN IN 0.001/ohm 0.m 0.ARRAY COMP TRUE RES BCD4 ACRT .TIME TRANSMITTER 2 UPPER XMTR TRAVEL TIME TT_T1R2 UPPER XMTR TRAVEL TIME TT_T1R1 TT_T2R1 uS uS/ft uS US/M RES RES INP INP INP DB MV US/F DB MV US/M AMPLITUDE CBL .ARRAY COMP TRUE RES CF10 ACRT .ARRAY COMP TRUE RES CF06 ACRT .m ohm.ARRAY COMP TRUE RES CO20 ACRT .001/ohm 0.001/ohm 0.ARRAY COMP TRUE RES BCD3 ACRT .001/ohm 0.001/ohm 0.BH COMP ARRAY SONIC BCDT/BSAT/BCS/CBL .001/ohm in in 0.001/ohm Type_ Data RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES ACRT .001/ohm 0.001/ohm 0.001/ohm 0.001/ohm 0.m ohm.001/ohm 0.BH COMP ARRAY SONIC BCDT/BSAT/BCS/CBL .ARRAY COMP TRUE RES BCD2 ACRT .ARRAY COMP TRUE RES CF30 ACRT .001/ohm ohm.001/ohm 0.001/ohm 0.m ohm.BH COMP ARRAY SONIC BCDT/BSAT/BCS/CBL .BH COMP ARRAY SONIC BCDT/BSAT/BCS/CBL .001/ohm 0.ARRAY COMP TRUE RES CDIA ACRT .001/ohm 0.ARRAY COMP TRUE RES CO06 ACRT .ARRAY COMP TRUE RES CALU ACRT .m 0.001/ohm ohm.ARRAY COMP TRUE RES RO60 ACRT .001/ohm 0.BH COMP ARRAY SONIC BCDT/BSAT/BCS/CBL .001/ohm 0.Serv_Name LIS Mnem LISU_ eng OHMM OHMM OHMM MMHO OHMM MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO IN IN MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO LISU_ met OHMM OHMM OHMM MMHO OHMM MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO IN IN MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO Description 90 IN RADIAL RESISTIVITY 1 FT 60 IN RADIAL RESISTIVITY 1 FT 30 IN RADIAL RESISTIVITY 1 FT 30 IN RADIAL CONDUCTIVITY 2FT UNIVADED ZONE RESISTIVITY BOREHOLE CORRECTIONS D4 60 IN RADIAL CONDUCTIVITY 2FT 6 IN RADIAL CONDUCTIVITY 1FT BOREHOLE CORRECTIONS D1 BOREHOLE CORRECTIONS D3 BOREHOLE CORRECTIONS D6 BOREHOLE CORRECTIONS D5 CAL DIAMETER USED CALCULATED DIAMETER 10 IN RADIAL CONDUCTIVITY 4FT 20 IN RADIAL CONDUCTIVITY 4FT 10 IN RADIAL CONDUCTIVITY 1FT 6 IN RADIAL CONDUCTIVITY 4FT 60 IN RADIAL CONDUCTIVITY 4FT 90 IN RADIAL CONDUCTIVITY 4FT BOREHOLE CORRECTIONS D2 ACCELEROMETER Z Mnem RO90 RO60 RO30 CT30 RXO BCD4 CT60 CO06 BCD1 BCD3 BCD6 BCD5 CALU CDIA CF10 CF20 CO10 CF06 CF60 CF90 BCD2 ACCZ CO20 CF30 CO30 TT22 ALPHA TT2 DT2 TT12 TT11 TT21 AMPL AMP DT1 FRMC TT TT1 WFFW ITTT WMSG DLISU_ Eng ohm.m 0.ARRAY COMP TRUE RES BCD1 ACRT .001/ohm 0.001/ohm 0.001/ohm 0.ARRAY COMP TRUE RES CF60 ACRT .BH COMP ARRAY SONIC BCDT/BSAT/BCS/CBL .001/ohm 0.MSG uS/ft uS US/M uS RES RES INP RES INP Mnemonics 9-3 .001/ohm 0.ARRAY COMP TRUE RES CO30 BCDT/BSAT/BCS/CBL .ARRAY COMP TRUE RES CT60 ACRT .BH COMP ARRAY SONIC BCDT/BSAT/BCS/CBL .ARRAY COMP TRUE RES BCD6 ACRT .ARRAY COMP TRUE RES CO10 ACRT .001/ohm 0.001/ohm RES RES RES INP INP US US/F US US/M FAR TRAVEL TIME DELTA .ARRAY COMP TRUE RES RO90 ACRT .BH COMP ARRAY SONIC BCDT/BSAT/BCS/CBL .PIPE TRAVEL TIME NEAR TRAVEL TIME WAVEFORM .

BH COMP ARRAY SONIC BCDT/BSAT/BCS/CBL .BH COMP ARRAY SONIC BCDT/BSAT/BCS/CBL .BORE HOLE PROP TOOL BHPT .BORE HOLE PROP TOOL BHPT .2 ARM CALIPER .BH COMP ARRAY SONIC BCDT/BSAT/BCS/CBL .BORE HOLE PROP TOOL CALIPER .BH COMP ARRAY SONIC BCDT/BSAT/BCS/CBL .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .BORE HOLE PROP TOOL BHPT .2 ARM CALIPER .BH COMP ARRAY SONIC BCDT/BSAT/BCS/CBL .BH COMP ARRAY SONIC BCDT/BSAT/BCS/CBL .2 ARM CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .BH COMP ARRAY SONIC BCDT/BSAT/BCS/CBL .BOND INDEX INTEGRATED TRAVEL TIME MARK Mnem BI ITT DT DT_RCV DT_UNF DT_XMT ERROR FNOISE GAIN_F MSGRCV GAIN_N SPHI MSGGAI NNOISE PKCODE QDT SDT2 FLWT DTEM DPRS BHPRES PXIT PTMP BHRES BHTEMP AHVT BHV BHVT CALI DCAL AHV AM32 AM31 AM30 AM29 AM28 AM27 AM33 AM25 AM38 AM26 DLISU_ Eng DLISU_ Met Type_ Data RES RES US/F US/M DELTA TIME COMPRESSIVE DELTA T AT RECEIVER DELTA T UNFILTERED DELTA T AT TRANSMITTER ERROR FAR RECEIVER NOISE FAR RECEIVER GAIN MSG RECEIVER NEAR RECEIVER GAIN uS/ft US/M RES INP INP INP INP INP INP INP INP DECP DECP SONIC POROSITY MSG GAIN NEAR RECEIVER NOISE PICK CODE DELTA TIME QUALITY 100 pu 100 pu RES INP INP INP RES US/F LBS/G DEGF PSIA PSIA DEGF DEGF OHM-M DEGF FT3 FT3 FT3 IN IN FT3 IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN US/M K/M3 DEGC KPA KPA DEGC DEGC OHM-M DEGC M3 M3 M3 MM MM M3 MM MM MM MM MM MM MM MM MM MM DELTA T (2 FOOT) FLUID WEIGHT DIFFERENTIAL TEMPERATURE DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE BOREHOLE PRESSURE PRESSURE XDCR INTERNAL TEMP PROBE INTERNAL TEMP BOREHOLE RESISTIVITY BOREHOLE TEMPERATURE ANNULAR VOLUME TOTAL BORE HOLE VOLUME MARK BOREHOLE VOLUME TOTAL CALIPER DIFFERENTIAL CALIPER ANNULAR VOLUME MARK CALIPER 32 CALIPER 31 CALIPER 30 CALIPER 29 CALIPER 28 CALIPER 27 CALIPER 33 CALIPER 25 CALIPER 38 CALIPER 26 uS/ft LBS/G degF PSIA PSIA degF degF OHM-M degF ft3 ft3 ft3 in in ft3 in in in in in in in in in in US/M Kg/m3 degC Kpa Kpa degC degC OHM-M degC m3 m3 m3 mm mm m3 mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES 9-4 Mnemonics .2 ARM CALIPER .BH COMP ARRAY SONIC BCDT/BSAT/BCS/CBL .BORE HOLE PROP TOOL BHPT .Serv_Name BCDT/BSAT/BCS/CBL .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .BH COMP ARRAY SONIC BCDT/BSAT/BCS/CBL .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .BORE HOLE PROP TOOL BHPT .BH COMP ARRAY SONIC BCDT/BSAT/BCS/CBL .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .BH COMP ARRAY SONIC BHPT .2 ARM CALIPER .BH COMP ARRAY SONIC BCDT/BSAT/BCS/CBL .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .BH COMP ARRAY SONIC BCDT/BSAT/BCS/CBL .BORE HOLE PROP TOOL BHPT .BH COMP ARRAY SONIC BCDT/BSAT/BCS/CBL .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN LIS Mnem BI ITT DT DTRC DTUN DTXM ERR FNOI GFAR MSGR GNEA SPHI MSGG NNOI PKCD QDT SDT2 FLWT DTEM DPRS PRES PXIT PTMP RES TEMP AHVT BHV BHVT CALI DCAL AHV AM32 AM31 AM30 AM29 AM28 AM27 AM33 AM25 AM38 AM26 LISU_ eng LISU_ met Description CBL .BH COMP ARRAY SONIC BCDT/BSAT/BCS/CBL .BH COMP ARRAY SONIC BCDT/BSAT/BCS/CBL .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .BH COMP ARRAY SONIC BCDT/BSAT/BCS/CBL .2 ARM CALIPER .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .BORE HOLE PROP TOOL BHPT .

CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .MINIMUM CAST AMPLITUDE .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN LIS Mnem AM34 AM35 AM24 AM37 AM20 AM39 AM40 AMMN AMMX AMP AVAM AM36 AM12 AM01 AM02 AM03 AM04 AM05 AM06 AM07 AM08 AM09 AM22 AM11 AM23 AM13 AM14 AM15 AM16 AM17 AM18 AM19 AVOD AM21 AM10 THKP MXID MXIR MXTK MXZ NBS OVAL PAMP RADI RAMN RAMX AVID THET MNTK LISU_ eng IN IN IN IN IN IN IN LISU_ met MM MM MM MM MM MM MM Description CALIPER 34 CALIPER 35 CALIPER 24 CALIPER 37 CALIPER 20 CALIPER 39 CALIPER 40 CAST AMPLITUDE .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .MAXIMUM CAST AMPLITUDE SCAN AVERAGE AMPLITUDE Mnem AM34 AM35 AM24 AM37 AM20 AM39 AM40 AMMN AMMX AMP AVAM AM36 AM12 AM01 AM02 AM03 AM04 AM05 AM06 AM07 AM08 AM09 AM22 AM11 AM23 AM13 AM14 AM15 AM16 AM17 AM18 AM19 AVOD AM21 AM10 THKP MXID MXIR MXTK MXZ NBS OVAL PAMP RADI RAMN RAMX AVID THETA MNTK DLISU_ Eng in in in in in in in DLISU_ Met mm mm mm mm mm mm mm Type_ Data RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES INP IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN MM MM MM MM MM MM MM MM MM MM MM MM MM MM MM MM MM MM MM MM MM CALIPER 36 CALIPER 12 CALIPER 01 CALIPER 02 CALIPER 03 CALIPER 04 CALIPER 05 CALIPER 06 CALIPER 07 CALIPER 08 CALIPER 09 CALIPER 22 CALIPER 11 CALIPER 23 CALIPER 13 CALIPER 14 CALIPER 15 CALIPER 16 CALIPER 17 CALIPER 18 CALIPER 19 AVERAGE CASING OD in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES IN IN MM MM CALIPER 21 CALIPER 10 THICKNESS PLOT in in mm mm RES RES RES IN IN IN MM MM MM MAXIMUM INSIDE DIAMETER MAXIMUM INSIDE RADIUS MAXIMUM THICKNESS MAXIMUM IMPEDENCE NUMBER OF MISSED SHOTS OVALITY PEAK AMPLITUDE in in in mm mm mm RES RES RES RES RES RES RES IN IN INCH IN MM MM INCH MM CAST RADIUS SCAN CAST MINIMUM RADIUS CAST MAXIMUM RADIUS AVERAGE INSIDE DIAMETER DIRECTION FROM HIGH SIDE in in in in mm mm INCH mm RES RES RES RES RES IN MM MINIMUM THICKNESS in mm RES Mnemonics 9-5 .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .Serv_Name CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .

CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .1ms Description CAST TRANSIT TIME IMPEDENCE VOLUME 1 IMPEDENCE VOLUME 2 IMPEDENCE VOLUME 3 IMPEDENCE VOLUME 4 IMPEDENCE VOLUME 5 X COORDINATE FROM CENTER Y COORDINATE FROM CENTER IMPEDENCE OF BOREHOLE FLUID IMPEDENCE PLOT SCAN SEQUENCE GAS FLAG Mnem TT VOL1 VOL2 VOL3 VOL4 VOL5 XO YO ZMUD ZP SEQ GAS AVIR AVTK AVZ BSI DIAV DIMN DIMX DVTK DVZ ECTY MSPD FTT MNZ HIGHD HIGHT HRAD IDP IRP LOWD LOWT MUDWT MNID MNIR MCNS FREQ LWAV MZP MNCS MFTT MDN MCSQ AVCS CSP AVRA LSTO RB LWNS DLISU_ Eng .1 ms LISU_ met .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .Serv_Name CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .1ms Type_ Data RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES TEL RES IN IN MM MM AVERAGE INSIDE RADIUS AVERAGE THICKNESS AVERAGE IMPEDENCE BAD SHOT INDEX in in mm mm RES RES RES RES IN IN IN MM MM MM CAST AVERAGE DIAMETER CAST MINIMUM DIAMETER CAST MAXIMUM DIAMETER DEVIATION OF THICKNESS DEVIATION OF IMPEDENCE ECCENTRICITY in in in mm mm mm RES RES RES RES RES RES REV US/FT US/M XDUCER REVOLUTIONS / SEC FLUID TRAVEL TIME MINIMUM IMPEDENCE REV uS/ft US/M INP RES RES IN IN IN MM MM MM HIGH SCALE FOR DISTANCE HIGH SCALE FOR THICKNESS HOLE RADIUS INNER DIAMETER PLOT INNER RADIUS PLOT in in in mm mm mm RES RES RES RES RES IN IN GMCC IN IN MM MM LOW SCALE FOR DISTANCE LOW SCALE FOR THICKNESS MUD WEIGHT GM/CC in in GMCC in in mm mm RES RES RES MM MM MINIMUM INSIDE DIAMETER MINIMUM INSIDE RADIUS MUDCELL WAVE NUMB SAMPLES mm mm RES RES RES KHZ KHZ MEASURED KHZ LONG WAVEFORM CALCULTED MUD IMPEDANCE MINIMUM COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH MUDCELL FTT REFLECTION MUDCELL DENSITY MUDCELL SEQUENCE NUMBER AVERAGE COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH IMAGE AVERAGE RADIUS START TIME LONG WAVEFORM RELATIVE BEARING LONG WAVEFORM NUMB.CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .1 ms DLISU_ Met .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V . SAMPLES 1000 Hz 1000 Hz RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES INP RES RES RES 9-6 Mnemonics .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN LIS Mnem TT VOL1 VOL2 VOL3 VOL4 VOL5 XO YO ZMUD ZP SEQ GAS AVIR AVTK AVZ BSI DIAV DIMN DIMX DVTH DVZ ECTY MSPD FTT MNZ HIGD HIGT HRAD IDP IRP LOWD LOWT MDWT MNID MNIR MCNS FREQ LWAV MZP MNCS MFTT MDN MCSQ AVCS CSP AVRA LSTO RB LWNS LISU_ eng .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .

COMP SPECT GAMMA CSNG .MIN ERROR URANIUM .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .COMP SPECT GAMMA CSNG .COMP SPECT GAMMA CSNG .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .COMP SPECT GAMMA CSNG .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .COMP SPECT GAMMA CSNG .MAX ERROR POTASSIUM .MAX ERROR LOW ENERGY SPECTRUM BORHOLE POTASSIUM .COMP SPECT GAMMA CSNG .COMP SPECT GAMMA CSNG .COMP SPECT GAMMA LIS Mnem LWSQ LWNS MAMP MATN MCAL MCF FSRA RWAV SMRT RBRF MNZD CCL HBAR MINU MINT MINK MAXU MAXT MAXK LSPC HBHK ERTO ERTC EHBK CVBF CRDF CGCF CASR HSPC STAB LITR LSPD NAVG NOIS POTA SPEH SPEL AMER SRCF GRTH SWPO THOR TKRT TOID TOTF TURT UKRT URAN SRAT LISU_ eng LISU_ met Description LONG WAVEFORM SEQUENCE NUMBER LONG WAVEFORM NUMB.COMP SPECT GAMMA CSNG .COMP SPECT GAMMA CSNG .COMP SPECT GAMMA CSNG .COMP SPECT GAMMA CSNG .COMP SPECT GAMMA CSNG .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .COMP SPECT GAMMA CSNG .RUN AVG URANIUM .COMP SPECT GAMMA CSNG .COMP SPECT GAMMA CSNG .RUN AVG ERROR GAMMA RAY TOTAL ERROR GAMMA RAY KT BOREHOLE K CONCENTRATION ERROR COMPUTED BARITE FACTOR RESOLUTION DEGRADE FACTOR SPECTRAL GAIN CORR FACTOR CSNG CASING RATIO HIGH ENERGY SPECTRUM CSNG STABILIZER LITHOLOGY RATIO LINE SPEED TPU INTERVALS PER DEPTH INTERv Mnem LWSQ LWNS MAMP MATN MCAL MCF FSRA RWAV SMRT RBRF MNZD CCL HBAR MINU MINT MINK MAXU MAXT MAXK LSPC HBHK ERTO ERTC EHBK CVBF CRDF CGCF CASR HSPC STAB LITR LSPEED NUMAVG NOIS POTA SPEH SPEL AMER SRCF GRTH SW_POS THOR TKRT TOOLID TOTFRM TURT UKRT URAN SRAT DLISU_ Eng DLISU_ Met Type_ Data RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES INP RES INP RES CPS % CPS % SPECTRAL NOISE POTASSIUM CSNG HIGH ENERGY SPECTRUM SUM CSNG LOW ENERGY SPECTRUM SUM AMERICIUM COUNTS SOURCE FACTOR 1.COMP SPECT GAMMA CSNG .COMP SPECT GAMMA CSNG .COMP SPECT GAMMA CSNG .COMP SPECT GAMMA CSNG .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .MIN ERROR THORIUM .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .COMP SPECT GAMMA CSNG .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .COMP SPECT GAMMA CSNG .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .COMP SPECT GAMMA CSNG .CASING COLLAR LOCATOR CSNG .COMP SPECT GAMMA CSNG .COMP SPECT GAMMA CSNG .COMP SPECT GAMMA CSNG .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CCL .COMP SPECT GAMMA CSNG .COMP SPECT GAMMA CSNG .COMP SPECT GAMMA CSNG .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .MAX ERROR THORIUM .MIN ERROR POTASSIUM .COMP SPECT GAMMA CSNG .COMP SPECT GAMMA CSNG .COMP SPECT GAMMA CSNG .Serv_Name CAST-V . SAMPLES MUDCELL PEAK AMPLITUDE CALCULATED MUD ATTENUATION CALIBRATED MUDCELL OFFSET CALCULATED MUDCELL FREQUENCY FIRST SHOT RAW AMPLITUDE FAST CAST TRANSDUCER WAVEFORM SAMPLE RATE TOOL REFERENCE ANGLE MINIMUM DIFFERENTIAL IMPEDANCE CASING COLLAR LOCATOR BARITE CORR FACTOR .COMP SPECT GAMMA CSNG .COMP SPECT GAMMA CSNG .CIRCUM ACOU SCAN CAST-V .COMP SPECT GAMMA CSNG .0/S % 1.COMP SPECT GAMMA CSNG .0/S % RES RES INP INP INP RES GAPI GAPI GAMMA THORIUM SWITCH POSITION gAPI gAPI RES INP PPM PPM THORIUM CSNG RATIO THORIUM POTASSIUM CSNG TOOL ID CSNG TOTAL SPECTRA COUNTER CSNG RATIO THORIUM URANIUM CSNG RATIO URANIUM POTASSIUM ppm ppm RES RES INP INP RES RES PPM PPM URANIUM SELECTED RATIO ppm ppm RES RES Mnemonics 9-7 .COMP SPECT GAMMA CSNG .

COMP SPECT GAMMA CSNG .001/ohm Kg degC deg ohm.COMP SPECT GAMMA CSNG .DUAL LATERLOG DLLT.COMP SPECT GAMMA CSNG .COMP SPECT GAMMA CSNG .COMP SPECT GAMMA CSNG .COMP SPECT GAMMA CSNG .DUAL SPACE NEUTRON DSN/DSEN .Serv_Name CSNG .COMP SPECT GAMMA CSNG .DUAL LATERLOG DLLT.COMP SPECT GAMMA CSNG .m 100 pu 100 pu 100 pu 100 pu 100 pu RES RES RES RES RES RES 9-8 Mnemonics .COMP SPECT GAMMA CSNG .COMP SPECT GAMMA CSNG .COMP SPECT GAMMA CSNG .COMP SPECT GAMMA CSNG .COMP SPECT GAMMA CSNG .COMP SPECT GAMMA CSNG .COMP SPECT GAMMA CSNG .COMP SPECT GAMMA CSNG .DUAL LATERLOG DLLT.0/S RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES LB DEGF DEG OHMM MMHO IN OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM DECP DECP DECP DECP DECP KG DEGC DEG OHMM MS-M IN OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM DECP DECP DECP DECP DECP DOWNHOLE TENSION (HDTD) BOREHOLE TEMPERATURE PAD LOCATOR (HDTD) LATEROLOG SHALLOW RESISTIVITY LATEROLOG DEEP CONDUCTIVITY DIAMETER OF INVASION LLD CORRECTED LLS CORRECTED TRUE RESISTIVITY FLUSHED ZONE RESISTIVITY LATEROLOG DEEP RESISTIVITY HDSN PRESSURE POROSITY CORR DSEN MUD POROSITY CORRECTION NEUTRON POROSITY SANDSTONE HDSN BOREHOLE POROSITY CORR HDSN BAD HOLE POROSITY CORR lbm degF deg ohm.DUAL SPACE NEUTRON DSN/DSEN .COMP SPECT GAMMA CSNG .DUAL SPACE NEUTRON LIS Mnem FRMI CCL CSPC CTIM DERR ERPO ERTH ERUR FAVG GRUR FRCT GRTO FTIM GKCL GKUT GRHI GRK GRKC GRKT AMCR FERR BORQ MNGR MNHB MNKT MXBK MXGR MXHB MXKT MNBK DLOD TEM2 PLOC LLS CLLD DI LLDC LLSC RT RX0 LLD NPRS MCOR NPHS NBHC NBHL LISU_ eng LISU_ met Description FRAMES PER DEPTH INCRAMENT CSNG CCL INPUT CSNG DISPLAY SPECTRUM ACCUMULATION TIME CSNG FRAME DATA ERROR Mnem FRMINC CCL CSPC C_TIME DATERR ERPO ERTH ERUR FRMAVG GRUR FRMCNT GRTO FTIME GKCL GKUT GRHI GRK GRKC GRKT AMCR FERR BORQ MNGR MNHB MNKT MXBK MXGR MXHB MKKT MNBK DLOD TEM2 PLOC LLS CLLD DI LLDC LLSC RT RX0 LLD NPRS MCOR NPHS NBHC NBHL DLISU_ Eng DLISU_ Met Type_ Data RES INP RES TEL INP % PPM PPM % PPM PPM ERROR POTASSIUM ERROR THORIUM ERROR URANIUM AVERAGE FRAME TIME % ppm ppm % ppm ppm RES RES RES RES GAPI GAPI GAMMA URANIUM CSNG SPECTRAL FRAME COUNTER gAPI gAPI RES TEL GAPI MSEC GAPI GAPI GAPI GAPI GAPI GAPI CPS GAPI MSEC GAPI GAPI GAPI GAPI GAPI GAPI CPS TOTAL GAMMA (150 KEV .m 0.COMP SPECT GAMMA CSNG .COMP SPECT GAMMA CSNG .DUAL SPACE NEUTRON DSN/DSEN .COMP SPECT GAMMA CSNG .COMP SPECT GAMMA CSNG .COMP SPECT GAMMA CSNG .COMP SPECT GAMMA CSNG .0/S gAPI MSEC gAPI gAPI gAPI gAPI gAPI gAPI 1.DUAL LATERLOG DLLT.DUAL LATERLOG DSN/DSEN .COMP SPECT GAMMA CSNG .m mS.DUAL LATERLOG DLLT.DUAL SPACE NEUTRON DSN/DSEN .COMP SPECT GAMMA CSNG .COMP SPECT GAMMA CSNG .COMP SPECT GAMMA DH TENSION DH TENSION DH TENSION DLLT.3MEV) GAMMA POTASSIUM GAMMMA KCL CORRECTED GAMMA KT AMERICIUM COUNTS FIT ERROR BORQ MIN GAMMA RAY TOTAL ERROR MIN BH POTASSIUM RUN AVG MIN GAMMA RAY KT ERROR MAX BH K CONCENT ERROR MAX GAMMA RAY TOTAL MAX BH POTASSIUM RUN AVG MAX GAMMA RAY KT ERROR MIN BH K CONCENT ERROR gAPI MSEC gAPI gAPI gAPI gAPI gAPI gAPI 1.DUAL LATERLOG DLLT.m 100 pu 100 pu 100 pu 100 pu 100 pu ohm.COMP SPECT GAMMA CSNG .COMP SPECT GAMMA CSNG .m RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES ohm.DUAL LATERLOG DLLT.3 MEV) FRAME TIME GAMMMA KCL GAMMA KUT OBSERVED GAMMA (500KEV .COMP SPECT GAMMA CSNG .

DUAL SPACE NEUTRON DSN/DSEN .0/S 100 pu 100 pu 100 pu 100 pu 100 pu 100 pu 100 pu 100 pu 100 pu C/C 1.DUAL SPACE NEUTRON DSN/DSEN .0/S 1.DUAL SPACE NEUTRON DSN/DSEN .DUAL SPACE NEUTRON DSN/DSEN .DUAL SPACE NEUTRON DSN/DSEN .0/S COUNTS 100 pu 1.DUAL SPACE NEUTRON DSN/DSEN .DUAL SPACE NEUTRON DSN/DSEN .DUAL SPACE NEUTRON DSN/DSEN .DUAL SPACE NEUTRON DSN/DSEN .DUAL SPACE NEUTRON DSN/DSEN .DUAL SPACE NEUTRON DSN/DSEN .DUAL SPACE NEUTRON DSN/DSEN .DUAL SPACE NEUTRON DSN/DSEN .DUAL SPACE NEUTRON DSN/DSEN .DUAL SPACE NEUTRON DSN/DSEN .EVR DSEN AIR POROSITY DSEN LIQUID DOLO POROSITY EVR DSEN LIQUID LIME POROSITY DSEN LIQUID LIME POROSITY EVR DSEN LIQUID SAND POROSITY DSEN LIQUID SAND POROSITY EVR DSEN LIQUID POROSITY MEAN OF NEAR/FAR AIR POROSTIY DSEN AIR POROSITY LONG DSN (NDSN/FDSN) RATIO .DUAL SPACE NEUTRON DSN/DSEN .DUAL SPACE NEUTRON DSN/DSEN .0/S C/C 100 pu 100 pu 100 pu COUNTS 100 pu 100 pu 1.0/S 100 pu Type_ Data RES RES RES TEL CPS COUNTS DECP CPS C/C DECP DECP DECP COUNTS DECP DECP CPS DECP DECP DECP DECP DECP DECP DECP DECP DECP C/C CPS CPS COUNTS DECP CPS C/C DECP DECP DECP COUNTS DECP DECP CPS DECP DECP DECP DECP DECP DECP DECP DECP DECP C/C CPS DSN NEAR COUNTS RAW DSN II NEAR COUNTS HDSN STANDOFF POROSITY CORR DSN FAR COUNTS DSN (NDSN/FDSN) RATIO DSEN LIQUID POROSITY HDSN TEMPERATURE POROSITY CORR HDSN TOTAL POROSITY CORR RAW DSN II FAR COUNTS NEUTRON PHI LIME MATRIX NEUTRON POROSITY DOLOMITE DSN NEAR COUNTS .EVR DSEN FAR SPACED COUNTS 1.0/S COUNTS 100 pu 1.DUAL SPACE NEUTRON DSN/DSEN .EVR DSN FAR COUNTS .DUAL SPACE NEUTRON LIS Mnem NCSG NDNU ADPE NDSE NDSN RNDS NPSO FDSN NRAT ENPH NTMP NTOT RFDS NLIM NPHD ENDS EAPH LDPE LLP LLPE LSP LSPE LPHI EMPH ELPH ENRA EFDS FDSE ASPE NPHI ENLI ALPE ENPD LISU_ eng DECP CPS DECP LISU_ met DECP CPS DECP Description HDSN CASING POROSITY CORR HOSTILE DSN NEAR COUNTS UNFILT DSEN AIR DOLO POROSITY EVR DSNE NEAR SPACED COUNTS Mnem NCSG NDNU ADPE NDSE NDSN NDSN NPSO FDSN NRAT ENPH NTMP NTOT FDSN NLIM NPHD ENDSN EAPH LDPE LLP LLPE LSP LSPE LPHI EMPH ELPH ENRAT EFDSN FDSE ASPE NPHI ENLIM ALPE ENPHD DLISU_ Eng 100 pu 1.0/S 100 pu 100 pu 100 pu 100 pu 100 pu 100 pu 100 pu 100 pu 100 pu C/C 1.DUAL SPACE NEUTRON DSN/DSEN .Serv_Name DSN/DSEN .DUAL SPACE NEUTRON DSN/DSEN .DUAL SPACE NEUTRON DSN/DSEN .DUAL SPACE NEUTRON DSN/DSEN .DUAL SPACE NEUTRON DSN/DSEN .DUAL SPACE NEUTRON DSN/DSEN .0/S RES TEL RES RES RES RES RES RES TEL RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES TEL DECP DECP DECP DECP DECP DECP DECP DECP DECP DECP DSEN AIR SAND POROSITY EVR NEUTRON POROSITY NEUTRON PHI LIME MATRIX .EVR DSEN AIR LIME POROSITY EVR NEUTRON POROSITY DOLOMITE EVR 100 pu 100 pu 100 pu 100 pu 100 pu 100 pu 100 pu 100 pu 100 pu 100 pu RES RES RES RES RES Mnemonics 9-9 .DUAL SPACE NEUTRON DSN/DSEN .DUAL SPACE NEUTRON DSN/DSEN .DUAL SPACE NEUTRON DSN/DSEN .0/S C/C 100 pu 100 pu 100 pu COUNTS 100 pu 100 pu 1.DUAL SPACE NEUTRON DSN/DSEN .DUAL SPACE NEUTRON DSN/DSEN .DUAL SPACE NEUTRON DSN/DSEN .0/S 100 pu DLISU_ Met 100 pu 1.DUAL SPACE NEUTRON DSN/DSEN .DUAL SPACE NEUTRON DSN/DSEN .

ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .m ohm.DUAL SPACE NEUTRON EMI .ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .DUAL SPACE NEUTRON DSN/DSEN .ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .m degF deg ohm.ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .0/S G ohm.m ohm.3 mS ft3 G G G G ft3 ft3 in ft3 in in in in in in in V 8.m ohm.ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .m in ohm.3MS G OHMM IN OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM CPS G OHMM MM MM DEG MM MM 08.ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .3MS FT3 G G G G FT3 FT3 IN FT3 IN IN IN IN IN IN IN VOLT 08.m mm ohm.m mm mm deg mm mm 8.ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .Serv_Name DSN/DSEN .3MS M3 G G G G M3 M3 MM M3 MM MM MM MM MM MM MM REAL PART PHASOR VOLTAGE Z ACCELEROMETER (FAST) TIME BOREHOLE VOLUME TOTAL ACCELEROMETER X-AXIS ACCELEROMETER Y-AXIS ACCELEROMETER X UNFILTERED ACCELEROMETER Z UNFILTERED ANNULAR HOLE VOLUME MARK ANNULAR HOLE VOLUME TOTAL EMI CALIPER ARM #6 (DIAMETER) BOREHOLE VOLUME MARK EMI CALIPER ARM #5 (DIAMETER) EMI CALIPER PAIR 1-4 EMI CALIPER PAIR 2-5 EMI CALIPER PAIR 3-6 EMI CALIPER ARM #1 (DIAMETER) EMI CALIPER ARM #2 (DIAMETER) EMI CALIPER ARM #3 (DIAMETER) ACCELEROMETER SUM OF SQUARES V 8.m degC deg RES RES RES RES RES RES 9-10 Mnemonics .ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .3 mS G ohm.ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .m 1.ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .DUAL SPACE NEUTRON DSN/DSEN . PROFILE 1 (FAST) ohm.ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .3MS G OHMM MM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM HOSTILE DSN FAR COUNTS UNFILT ACCELEROMETER Y UNFILTERED PAD #2 RESISTIVITY (FAST) EMI AVERAGE CALIPER EMI DIFFERENTIAL CALIPER DRIFT ANGLE EMI MAXIMUM CALIPER PAIR EMI MINIMUM CALIPER PAIR Z ACCELEROMETER (FAST) TIME ACCELEROMETER Z-AXIS PAD #1 RESISTIVITY (FAST) EMI CALIPER ARM #4 (DIAMETER) PAD #3 RESISTIVITY (FAST) PAD #4 RESISTIVITY (FAST) PAD #5 RESISTIVITY (FAST) PAD #6 RESISTIVITY (FAST) EMI TOOL MODE 1.m ohm.ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .3 mS m3 G G G G m3 m3 mm m3 mm mm mm mm mm mm mm INP RES RES RES RES INP INP RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES DEG DEG PAD #1 AZIMUTH MAGNETOMETER Z-AXIS deg deg RES RES OHMM DEGF DEG OHMM DEGC DEG PAD #4 RESISTIVITY INTERNAL TEMPERATURE LOW SIDE OF HOLE MAGNETOMETER SUM OF SQUARES MAGNETOMETER X-AXIS SED PAD #6.ELECT MICRO IMAGING LIS Mnem LDP ENPS ETCO FDNU ACYU EDD2 CALA DCAL DEVI DMAX DMIN DXT2 ACCZ EDD1 CAL4 EDD3 EDD4 EDD5 EDD6 EMIM EMMR DXTM BHVT ACCX ACCY ACXU ACZU AHV AHVT CAL6 BHV CAL5 C14 C25 C36 CAL1 CAL2 CAL3 ACCQ AZI1 MAGZ P4B1 ITMP LOWS MAGQ MAGX F6B1 LISU_ eng DECP DECP LISU_ met DECP DECP Description DSEN LIQUID DOLO POROSITY NEUTRON POROSITY SAND EVR EVR TOTAL CORRECTION Mnem LDP ENPHS ETCOR FDNU ACYU EDD2 CALA DCAL DEVI DMAX DMIN DXT2 ACCZ EDD1 CAL4 EDD3 EDD4 EDD5 EDD6 EMIM EMMR DXTM BHVT ACCX ACCY ACXU ACZU AHV AHVT CAL6 BHV CAL5 C14 C25 C36 CAL1 CAL2 CAL3 ACCQ AZI1 MAGZ P4B1 ITMP LOSIDE MAGQ MAGX F6B1 DLISU_ Eng 100 pu 100 pu DLISU_ Met 100 pu 100 pu Type_ Data RES RES RES CPS G OHMM IN IN DEG IN IN 08.m in in deg in in 8.ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .m RES INP RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES INP VOLT 08.ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .m ohm.0/S G ohm.ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .DUAL SPACE NEUTRON DSN/DSEN .m ohm.ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .3 mS G ohm.ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .

ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .m ohm.ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .m ohm.ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .m ohm.FAST DATA ARRAY PAD #5 .ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .FAST DATA ARRAY ohm.m ohm.ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .NAV TOOL MEASURED HOLE DIAMETER TOOL FACE DIRECTION ohm.ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .Serv_Name EMI .ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .0/S RES RES Mnemonics 9-11 .ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .FORM COMP MONITOR FCMT . PROFILE 1 (FAST) ohm.ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .m degC G G ohm.ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .m deg ohm.m V ohm.FORM COMP MONITOR LIS Mnem MAGY F5B1 MGXU MGYU MGZU P1B1 P2B1 RB RAD6 ERD4 BTOT GTOT HDIA TLFC ERD1 HAZI ERD3 P5B1 ERD5 ERD6 F1B1 F2B1 F3B1 F4B1 ERD2 RAD5 RHOC TEMP ZAC2 ZACC P3B1 EMMX RHOA RAD4 RAD3 RAD2 PRES PDDV PADS PAD6 PAD5 PAD4 P6B1 PAD1 RAD1 PAD2 PAD3 RGR1 ACCZ LISU_ eng LISU_ met Description MAGNETOMETER Y-AXIS SED PAD #5. PROFILE 1 (FAST) SED PAD #4. PROFILE 1 (FAST) MAGNETOMETER X UNFILTERED MAGNETOMETER Y UNFILTERED MAGNETOMETER Z UNFILTERED Mnem MAGY F5B1 MGXU MGYU MGZU P1B1 P2B1 RB RAD6 ERD4 BTOT GTOT HDIA TLFC ERD1 HAZI ERD3 P5B1 ERD5 ERD6 F1B1 F2B1 F3B1 F4B1 ERD2 RAD5 RHOC TEMP ZAC2 ZACC P3B1 EMMX RHOA RAD4 RAD3 RAD2 PRES PDDV PADS PAD6 PAD5 PAD4 P6B1 PAD1 RAD1 PAD2 PAD3 RGR1 ACCZ DLISU_ Eng DLISU_ Met Type_ Data RES RES INP INP INP OHMM OHMM DEG IN OHMM OHMM OHMM DEG MM OHMM PAD #1 RESISTIVITY PAD #2 RESISTIVITY PAD #1 ROTATION EMI CALIPER ARM #6 (RADIUS) PAD #4 RESISTIVITY FAST UNDELY TOAL MAGNETIC FIELD .ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .m degC G G ohm.m mm mm mm RES RES RES RES RES RES RES INP RES RES RES RES RES V NESW V NESW EMI RELATIVE PAD VOLTAGE VIEW BUTTONS IMAGE (N-E-S-W-N) PAD #6 .ELECT MICRO IMAGING FCMT .ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .FAST DATA ARRAY PAD #4 .ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .m ohm.ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI . PROFILE 1 (FAST) SED PAD #3.ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .FAST DATA ARRAY PAD #3 .m deg mm ohm.ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .m in ohm.FAST DATA ARRAY V NESW V NESW RES RES INP INP INP OHMM OHMM PAD #6 RESISTIVITY PAD #1 .ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .m mm ohm.m RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES OHMM IN OHMM DEGC G G OHMM VOLT OHMM IN IN IN OHMM MM OHMM DEGC G G OHMM VOLT OHMM MM MM MM PAD #2 RESISTIVITY FAST UNDELY EMI CALIPER ARM #5 (RADIUS) BHC CORR.m V ohm.m RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES OHMM DEG OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM DEG OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM PAD #1 RESISTIVITY FAST UNDELY DRIFT AZIMUTH PAD #3 RESISTIVITY FAST UNDELY PAD #5 RESISTIVITY PAD #5 RESISTIVITY FAST UNDELY PAD #6 RESISTIVITY FAST UNDELY SED PAD #1.m ohm.0/S 1.NAV TOOL TOAL GRAVITY FIELD .m ohm.ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .m ohm.ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI . PROFILE 1 (FAST) SED PAD #2.ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .FAST DATA ARRAY in mm RES INP INP CPS CPS RAW GAMMA RAY 1 ACCELEROMETER 1.m deg ohm.ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .m in in in ohm.ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .m ohm.ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .m RES INP IN MM EMI CALIPER ARM #1 (RADIUS) PAD #2 .ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .m ohm.m ohm.ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .m deg in ohm.ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI . RESISTIVITY NAVIGATION TEMPERATURE Z ACCELEROMETER (FAST) Z ACCELEROMETER (FAST) PAD #3 RESISTIVITY IMAGINARY PART PHASOR VOLTAGE AVERAGE RESISTIVITY EMI CALIPER ARM #4 (RADIUS) EMI CALIPER ARM #3 (RADIUS) EMI CALIPER ARM #2 (RADIUS) EMI PAD FORCE ohm.ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .ELECT MICRO IMAGING EMI .

0/S mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm dB RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES INP INP INP INP INP INP US/F US/M DELTA TIME COMPRESSIVE ALPHA MSG RECEIVER INTEGRATED TRAVEL TIME TOTAL DELTA T AT RECEIVER uS/ft US/M RES INP INP RES INP US US NEAR TRAVEL TIME NEAR RECEIVER NOISE FWST MSG WAVEFORM MONOPOLE WF.FULL WAVE SONIC FWST .Serv_Name FCMT .0/S 1.FULL WAVE SONIC FWST .FULL WAVE SONIC FWST . ONE OF TWO WF'S.FOUR INDEP ARM CALIPER FIAC .FULL WAVE SONIC FWST .FORM COMP MONITOR FCMT .FULL WAVE SONIC FWST .0/S in in in in in in in in in in in dB degC gAPI 1.FULL WAVE SONIC FWST .FORM COMP MONITOR FCMT .FULL WAVE SONIC FWST .0/S 1.FULL WAVE SONIC FWST .FORM COMP MONITOR FCMT .FULL WAVE SONIC LIS Mnem CCL CCL1 CCL2 TEMP GR RGR3 RGR2 DXTM RGR4 SO3 SO4 SO2 SO1 CALA CAL4 CAL2 CAL1 C24 C13 CAL3 AMPL ITT GFAR FNOI ERR DTXM DTUN ALPH DT ALPH MSGR ITTT DTRC TT1 NNOI WFMS WFFW GNEA TT2 SPHI SDT2 QDT PKCD WFFW LISU_ eng LISU_ met Description CCL FOR CORRELATION RAW COLLAR LOCATOR 1 RAW COLLAR LOCATOR 2 Mnem CCL CCL1 CCL2 TEMP GR RGR3 RGR2 DXTM RGR4 STAND3 STAND4 STAND2 STAND1 CALA CAL4 CAL2 CAL1 C24 C13 CAL3 AMPL ITT GAIN_F FNOISE ERROR DT_XMT DT_UNF ALPHA DT ALPHA MSGRCV ITTT DT_RCV TT1 NNOISE WFMSG WFMT GAIN_N TT2 SPHI SDT2 QDT PKCODE WFFW DLISU_ Eng DLISU_ Met Type_ Data RES RES RES DEGF API CPS CPS CPS CPS IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN DB DEGC API CPS CPS CPS CPS MM MM MM MM MM MM MM MM MM MM MM DB INTERNAL TOOL TEMPERATURE GAMMA RAY RAW GAMMA RAY 3 RAW GAMMA RAY 2 ACCELEROMETER TIME RAW GAMMA RAY 4 STAND OFF ARM 3 STAND OFF ARM 4 STAND OFF ARM 2 STAND OFF ARM 1 AVERAGE CALIPER (C1+C2)/2 CALIPER 4 CALIPER 2 CALIPER 1 FOUR ARM CALIPER ARMS 2 & 4 FOUR ARM CALIPER ARMS 1 & 3 CALIPER 3 AMPLITUDE INTEGRATED TRAVEL TIME MARK FAR RECEIVER GAIN FAR RECEIVER NOISE ERROR DELTA T AT TRANSMITTER DELTA T UNFILTERED ALPHA degF gAPI 1.FOUR INDEP ARM CALIPER FIAC .0/S 1.FULL WAVE SONIC FWST .FOUR INDEP ARM CALIPER FWST .FOUR INDEP ARM CALIPER FIAC .FORM COMP MONITOR FCMT .FULL WAVE SONIC FWST .FULL WAVE SONIC FWST .FOUR INDEP ARM CALIPER FIAC .FOUR INDEP ARM CALIPER FIAC .FORM COMP MONITOR FIAC .FOUR INDEP ARM CALIPER FIAC .0/S 1.FOUR INDEP ARM CALIPER FIAC .FULL WAVE SONIC FWST .FULL WAVE SONIC FWST .FULL WAVE SONIC FWST .0/S 1.FULL WAVE SONIC FWST .FULL WAVE SONIC FWST .FORM COMP MONITOR FCMT .FULL WAVE SONIC FWST .FULL WAVE SONIC FWST .FULL WAVE SONIC FWST .FORM COMP MONITOR FCMT .FORM COMP MONITOR FCMT .FULL WAVE SONIC FWST .FOUR INDEP ARM CALIPER FIAC .FULL WAVE SONIC FWST .FORM COMP MONITOR FCMT .0/S 1.FULL WAVE SONIC FWST .FULL WAVE SONIC FWST . NEAR RECEIVER GAIN uS uS RES INP INP TEL INP US DECP US/F US DECP US/M FAR TRAVEL TIME SONIC POROSITY DELTA T (2 FOOT) DELTA TIME QUALITY PICK CODE HFWS FULL WAVE WAVEFORMS uS 100 pu uS/ft uS 100 pu US/M RES RES RES RES INP INP 9-12 Mnemonics .FOUR INDEP ARM CALIPER FIAC .FOUR INDEP ARM CALIPER FIAC .

m RES RES RES RES RES RES RES DB DB DB DB DB DB DB DB AMPLITUDE 17 CM RECEIVER AMPLITUDE 12 CM RECEIVER AMPLITUDE 8 CM RECEIVER DIFF AMPLITUDE 12 17 CM RCVR DIELECTRIC CONSTANT 12 CM dB dB dB dB dB dB dB dB RES RES RES RES RES DB DB DIFF AMPLITUDE 8 17 CM RCVR DIELECTRIC CONST 17 CM DIELECTRIC CONSTANT 8 CM MINUS .HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HFDT .HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HFDT .5 VOLT POSITIVE 2 VOLT NS/M NS/M RES TEL TEL TEL TEL TEL TEL TEL TEL INP RES TEL TEL TEL TEL Mnemonics 9-13 .HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HFDT . VOLT HFDT REFELECTED POWER Y MINUS .HOSTILE DUAL IND RES HDIL .HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HFDT .HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HFDT .1 VOLT dB dB RES RES RES TEL NS/M NS/M HFDT TRAVEL TIME GROUND 16 GROUND 64 GROUND 1 GROUND 4 HFDT TOOL STATUS MICROLOG LATERAL MICROLOG NORMAL RAW TEMPERATURE HFDT TEMPERATURE TRANS.m mV ohm.m mV ohm.HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HFDT .m 0.HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HFDT .HOSTILE DUAL IND RES HDIL .HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HFDT .HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HFDT .HOSTILE DUAL IND RES HFDT .HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HFDT .EVR Mnem ACCZ EGR INCL GR ILM SP ILD CILD FE23 FE13 FE12 FDB3 FDB2 FDB1 FD23 FET2 FD13 FET3 FET1 MP1V FTPL GR16 GR64 GRD1 GRD4 HSTA IMLA IMNO ITEM TEMP FETR M8V FRPY MP5V P2V DLISU_ Eng G DLISU_ Met G Type_ Data RES RES DEG DEG INCLINATION GAMMA RAY deg deg RES RES OHMM MV OHMM MMHO OHMM MV OHMM MS-M INDUCTION MEDIUM RESISTIVITY SP INDUCTION DEEP RESISTIVITY DEEP INDUCTION CONDUCTIVITY DIFF DIELECTRIC CONST 12 17 CM DIFF DIELECTRIC CONST 8 17 CM DIFF DIELECTRIC CONST 8 12 CM ohm.HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HFDT .HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HFDT .HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HFDT .HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HFDT .HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HFDT .HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HFDT .HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HFDT .HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HFDT .HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HFDT .HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HFDT . DIELECTRIC R MINUS 8.HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HFDT .HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HFDT .HOSTILE DUAL IND RES HDIL .HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HFDT .m mS.Serv_Name GTET-GAMMA TELEMETRY GTET-GAMMA TELEMETRY GTET-GAMMA TELEMETRY GTET-GAMMA TELEMETRY HDIL .HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HFDT .HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HFDT .HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL LIS Mnem ACCZ EGR INCL GR ILM SP ILD CILD FE23 FE13 FE12 FDB3 FDB2 FDB1 FD23 FET2 FD13 FET3 FET1 MP1V FTPL GR16 GR64 GRD1 GRD4 HSTA IMLA IMNO ITEM ITMP FETR M8V FRPY MP5V P2V LISU_ eng G LISU_ met G Description ACCELEROMETER Z-AXIS GAMMA RAY .001/ohm ohm.HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HFDT .

#2 GAIN HFDT REC. RESISTIVITY RESISTIVITY 12 CM DIFF RESISTIVITY 12 17CM HFDT REC.m ohm.HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HFDT .LO RES ACCZ CALIBRATED INPUT FAST MINUS 2. #2 X COMPONENT HFDT REC.HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL LIS Mnem P8V PP1V PP5V RACZ RAD1 RAD2 TEM2 TPL ZACC M2V FR1Y FPH1 FIPY FP12 FP13 FP23 FPH2 FPHX FPHY FR1 FR12 FR13 FT25 FR1X FRTR FR2 FR23 FR2G FR2X FR2Y FR3 FR3G FR3X LISU_ eng LISU_ met Description POSITIVE 8 VOLT POSITIVE .HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HFDT .m ohm. #3 GAIN HFDT REC.1 VOLT POSITIVE .m RES TEL TEL 9-14 Mnemonics . VOLT HFDT REC.HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HFDT .HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HFDT .HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HFDT .HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HFDT . #1 Y COMPONENT NS/M NS/M RES INP TEL TEL DEGREE DEGREE PHASE 8 CM RECEIVER HFDT INCIDENT POWER Y deg deg RES TEL DEGREE DEGREE DEGREE DEGREE DECP DEGREE DEGREE DEGREE DEGREE DECP DIFF PHASE 8 12CM RECEIVER DIFF PHASE 8 17CM RECEIVER DIFF PHASE 12 17CM RECEIVER PHASE 12 CM RECEIVER HFDT POROSITY HFDT QUALITY deg deg deg deg 100 pu deg deg deg deg 100 pu RES RES RES RES RES RES OHMM OHMM OHMM NS/M OHMM OHMM OHMM NS/M RESISTIVITY 8 CM DIFF RESISTIVITY 8 12 CM DIFF RESISTIVITY 8 17CM HFDT TRAVEL TIME .HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HFDT .m RES RES RES TEL TEL TEL OHMM OHMM RESISTIVITY 17 CM HFDT REC. #1 X COMPONENT ohm.HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HFDT .HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HFDT .HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HFDT .HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HFDT . #2 Y COMPONENT ohm.HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HFDT .m ohm.m NS/M RES RES RES RES TEL OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM TRANS.Serv_Name HFDT .HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HFDT .HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HFDT .m ohm.HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HFDT .m ohm.HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HFDT .HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HFDT .m ohm.HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HFDT .m ohm.HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HFDT .HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HFDT .m NS/M ohm.HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HFDT .HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HFDT .HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HFDT .m ohm.HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HFDT .HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HFDT .m ohm.m ohm.5 VOLT HFDT Z-ACCELEROMETER RAW CALIPER 1 CALIPER 2 DSTU TEMPERATURE (F) Mnem P8V PP1V PP5V RACZ RAD1 RAD2 DSTEMP FTPL25 ZACC M2V FR1Y FPH1 FIPY FP12 FP13 FP23 FPH2 FPHX FPHY FR1 FR12 FR13 FTPL25 FR1X FRTR FR2 FR23 FR2G FR2X FR2Y FR3 FR3G FR3X DLISU_ Eng DLISU_ Met Type_ Data TEL TEL TEL TEL TEL TEL TEL NS/M NS/M HFDT TRAVEL TIME .HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HFDT .HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HFDT .HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HFDT . #3 X COMPONENT ohm.HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HFDT .HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HFDT .LO RES HFDT REC.HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HFDT .HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HFDT .

m mS.m ohm.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HFDT .m ohm.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HFDT .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .m ohm.HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HFDT .3MS DB/M DB/M OHMM HFDT Z-ACCELEROMETER TIME BASE ATTENUATION CORRECTED .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HFDT .m ohm.Serv_Name HFDT .m ohm.HIGH RES ARRAY IND LIS Mnem FR3Y FRPX FIPX FR1G AG1 FPH3 AC FD12 AG16 AG4 AG64 DXTM FA25 FAC HF06 HMR HMCN HMC1 HF12 HF09 HMR1 HF03 HF02 HF01 HMRS HDRS HO09 HDR1 HDR HDX HO24 HRM1 HRFX LISU_ eng LISU_ met Description HFDT REC.HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HFDT .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .m RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES OHMM OHMM HRI DEEP RES 1FT 24 INCH I HRI MAP .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .m INP RES RES RES RES MMHO MMHO OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM MS-M MS-M OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM HRI MEDIUM CONDUCTIVITY HRI MEDIUM CONDUCTIVITY 1FT HRAI 120 IN RAD RESIST 4FT HRAI 90 IN RAD RESIST 4FT HRI MEDIUM RESISTIVITY 1FT HRAI 30 IN RAD RESIST 4FT HRAI 20 IN RAD RESIST 4FT HRAI 10 IN RAD RESIST 4FT HRI MEDIUM RESISTIVITY HRI DEEP RESISTIVITY HRAI 90 IN RAD RESIST 1FT HRI DEEP RESISTIVITY 1FT HRI DEEP RAW R HRI DEEP RAW X 0.HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HFDT .HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HRAI/HRI .m ohm.3 mS DB/M dB/m ohm.m ohm.3 mS DB/M dB/m ohm.m RES RES INP Mnemonics 9-15 .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .m ohm.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm 0.HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HFDT .m ohm.m ohm. #3 Y COMPONENT HFDT REFELECTED POWER X HFDT INCIDENT POWER X HFDT REC.LO RES ATTENUATION CORRECTED HRAI 60 IN RAD RESIST 4FT HRI MEDIUM RAW R 8.HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HFDT .m ohm.HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HFDT .m ohm.m 8.m ohm.m ohm.m ohm.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .m mS.m ohm.HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HFDT .ONE FOOT XMTR REF 32KHz X SIGNAL ohm.HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HFDT .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .LO RES DIFF AMPLITUDE 8 12 CM RCVR AUX GROUND 16 AUX GROUND 4 AUX GROUND 64 deg DB/M dB deg DB/M dB RES RES RES TEL TEL TEL 08.m ohm.HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HFDT .m ohm.m ohm. #1 GAIN AUX GROUND 1 Mnem FR3Y FRPX FIPX FR1G AG1 FPH3 FAC25 FD12 AG16 AG4 AG64 DXTM FAC25 FAC HF06 HMR HMCN HMC1 HF12 HF09 HMR1 HF03 HF02 HF01 HMRS HDRS HO09 HDR1 HDR HDX HO24 HRM1 X32KRF DLISU_ Eng DLISU_ Met Type_ Data TEL TEL TEL TEL TEL DEGREE DB/M DB DEGREE DB/M DB PHASE 17 CM RECEIVER ATTENUATION CORRECTED .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm ohm.3MS DB/M DB/M OHMM 08.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HI FREQ DIELECTRIC TOOL HFDT .m ohm.

HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm 0.001/ohm 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm 0.m ohm.001/ohm ohm.001/ohm 0.m ohm.m 0.m ohm.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .m 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm 0.m 0.001/ohm 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm ohm.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .m ohm.m 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .m ohm.001/ohm 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm ohm.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm ohm.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .m 0.001/ohm 0.m ohm.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm 0.001/ohm ohm.m mS.001/ohm 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .m 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm 0.001/ohm 0.m ohm.m RES RES RES RES RES OHMM MMHO OHMM MMHO OHMM OHMM OHMM MMHO OHMM MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO OHMM MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO OHMM MMHO OHMM MS-M OHMM OHMM OHMM MMHO OHMM MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO OHMM MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO HRAI 120 IN RAD RESIST 1FT LOWER 54" RCVR 32KHz R SIGNAL HRAI 60 IN RAD RESIST 1FT HRI DEEP CONDUCTIVITY HRAI 20 IN RAD RESIST 1FT HRAI 10 IN RAD RESIST 1FT HRI DEEP RES 1FT 40 INCH I SKIN EFFECT CORRECTIONS D3 AVG DECON 18" 2FT SKIN EFFECT CORRECTIONS U1 SKIN EFFECT CORRECTIONS U2 SKIN EFFECT CORRECTIONS U3 SKIN EFFECT CORRECTIONS U4 SKIN EFFECT CORRECTIONS D6 LOWER 42" RCVR 32KHz R SIGNAL SKIN EFFECT CORRECTIONS D4 AVG DECON 54" 2FT SKIN EFFECT CORRECTIONS D2 SKIN EFFECT CORRECTIONS D1 HRI DEEP R CORRECTION HRI DEEP QUALITY ZERO QUALITY U1 QUALITY U2 SKIN EFFECT CORRECTIONS U5 LOWER 78" RVCR 32KHz R SIGNAL DFL MEASURE Z ohm.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm 0.m ohm.001/ohm 0.m ohm.001/ohm 0.001/ohm ohm.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm 0.001/ohm 0.m 0.m 0.001/ohm 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm ohm.001/ohm ohm.m ohm.Serv_Name HRAI/HRI .001/ohm 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm 0.001/ohm RES INP RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES INP RES RES RES RES RES INP RES RES RES INP RES MMHO MMHO LOWER 18" RCVR 32KHz R SIGNAL 0.001/ohm 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .m ohm.m 0.001/ohm 0.001/ohm INP 9-16 Mnemonics .001/ohm 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND LIS Mnem HRFR HO90 HO60 HO03 HO30 HMX HO12 HD3R HO06 HDCN HO02 HO01 HO40 DSE2 DT18 DSE9 DSE8 DSE7 DSE6 DSE5 HD4R DSE3 DT54 DSE1 DSE0 DRCO DQZE DQU9 DQU8 DSE4 HD1R ZM HD6R LISU_ eng LISU_ met Description XMTR REF 32KHz R SIGNAL Mnem R32KRF HO90 HO60 HO03 HO30 HMX HO12 HD3R HO06 HDCN HO02 HO01 HO40 DSE2 DT18 DSE9 DSE8 DSE7 DSE6 DSE5 HD4R DSE3 DT54 DSE1 DSE0 DRCO DQZER DQU9 DQU8 DSE4 HD1R ZM HD6R DLISU_ Eng DLISU_ Met Type_ Data INP OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM HRI DEEP RES 1FT 90 INCH I HRI DEEP RES 1FT 60 INCH I HRAI 30 IN RAD RESIST 1FT HRI DEEP RES 1FT 30 INCH I HRI MEDIUM RAW X ohm.m ohm.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm 0.

m INP RES INP RES INP RES RES RES RES MMHO OHMM OHMM MMHO MMHO MMHO OHMM OHMM MS-M MMHO HRI DEEP X CORRECTION AVG DECON 78" 2FT AVG DECON 69" 2FT HRI DEEP CONDUCTIVITY 1FT LOWER 69" RCVR 32KHz R SIGNAL LEFT STANDOFF 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .m ohm.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm RES RES RES RES INP RES MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO LOWER 42" RCVR 8 KHz R SIGNAL LOWER 42" RCVR 8 KHz X SIGNAL LOWER 18" RCVR 8 KHz R SIGNAL LOWER 18" RCVR 8 KHz X SIGNAL LEFT MANDREL 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND LIS Mnem HRM2 HD3X HT12 HD2X DT30 HD1X DT42 ECC DZM DZB DXCO DT78 DT69 HDC1 HD2R LSO LD4R LD4X LD6R LD6X LMAN HT06 LRFX LD2X LU1R LU1X LU2R LU2X LU3R LU3X LRFR HD4X HU1X LISU_ eng LISU_ met Description HRI MAP .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .Serv_Name HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .m 0.001/ohm INP INP INP INP INP INP INP INP MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO LOWER 42" RCVR 32KHz X SIGNAL UPPER 78" RCVR 32KHz X SIGNAL 0.m 0.001/ohm 0.TWO FOOT Mnem HRM2 HD3X HT12 HD2X DT30 HD1X DT42 ECC DZM DZB DXCO DT78 DT69 HDC1 HD2R LSO LD4R LD4X LD6R LD6X LMAN HT06 X8KREF LD2X LU1R LU1X LU2R LU2X LU3R LU3X R8KREF HD4X HU1X DLISU_ Eng DLISU_ Met Type_ Data RES MMHO OHMM MMHO OHMM MMHO OHMM MMHO OHMM MMHO OHMM MMHO OHMM LOWER 54" RCVR 32KHz X SIGNAL HRAI 120 IN RAD RESIST 2FT LOWER 69" RCVR 32KHz X SIGNAL AVG DECON 30" 2FT LOWER 78" RCVR 32KHz X SIGNAL AVG DECON 42" 2FT ECCENTRICITY DFL MEASURE DELTA Z DFL BUCK DELTA Z 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .m 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm 0.001/ohm 0.001/ohm INP INP Mnemonics 9-17 .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm 0.001/ohm 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm ohm.m 0.m 0.001/ohm 0.001/ohm ohm.001/ohm 0.001/ohm 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm 0.001/ohm 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm 0.m 0.001/ohm ohm.001/ohm 0.001/ohm 0.001/ohm ohm.001/ohm 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .m ohm.001/ohm ohm.001/ohm 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm 0.001/ohm ohm.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm ohm.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm 0.001/ohm 0.m ohm.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm 0.001/ohm 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm ohm.001/ohm 0.001/ohm INP INP INP INP RES OHMM OHMM HRAI 60 IN RAD RESIST 2FT XMTR REF 8 KHz X SIGNAL ohm.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .m mS.m 0.001/ohm 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm 0.m RES INP MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO LOWER 69" RCVR 8 KHz X SIGNAL UPPER 78" RCVR 8 KHz R SIGNAL UPPER 78" RCVR 8 HKz X SIGNAL UPPER 69" RCVR 8 KHz R SIGNAL UPPER 69" RCVR 8 KHz X SIGNAL UPPER 54" RCVR 8 KHz R SIGNAL UPPER 54" RCVR 8 KHz X SIGNAL XMTR REF 8 KHz R SIGNAL 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm 0.001/ohm 0.

HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI . 2FT RES 90INCH I ANALOG SPONTANEOUS POTENTIAL HRI DEEP RES.001/ohm IN ft Type_ Data INP INP INP INP INP INP INP INP INP RES INP INP INP INP INP RES INP RES RES RES INP RES DEGF OHMM MV OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM MMHO OHMM DEGC OHMM MV OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM MMHO OHMM HRI SONDE TEMPERATURE HRI DEEP RES.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm 0.m 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm 0.m 0.001/ohm 0.001/ohm ohm.m RES RES INP RES RES RES RES RES RES INP RES 9-18 Mnemonics .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm 0.m ohm.001/ohm ohm.001/ohm 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm 0.Serv_Name HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .m ohm.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm ohm.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .m ohm.m 0.m ohm. 2FT RES 24INCH I HRAI 90 IN RAD RESIST 2FT HRAI 30 IN RAD RESIST 2FT HRAI 20 IN RAD RESIST 2FT UPPER 78" RCVR 32KHz R SIGNAL MUD RESISTIVITY degF ohm.001/ohm 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND LIS Mnem HU2R HU2X HU3R HU3X HU4R LD3X HU5R LD3R HU5X DQU7 LD1R LD1X LD2R LU5R HU4X HT60 LU4R VRES VRES XFRA XHRF ZB STEM HT90 SP HT40 HT30 HT24 HT09 HT03 HT02 HU1R RMUD LISU_ eng MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO OHMM MMHO IN FT LISU_ met MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO OHMM MMHO IN FT Description UPPER 69" RCVR 32KHz R SIGNAL UPPER 69" RCVR 32KHz X SIGNAL UPPER 54" RCVR 32KHz R SIGNAL UPPER 54" RCVR 32KHz X SIGNAL UPPER 42" RCVR 32KHz R SIGNAL LOWER 54" RCVR 8 KHz X SIGNAL UPPER 30" RCVR 32KHz R SIGNAL LOWER 54" RCVR 8 KHz R SIGNAL UPPER 30" RCVR 32KHz X SIGNAL QUALITY U3 LOWER 78" RCVR 8 KHz R SIGNAL LOWER 78" RCVR 8 KHz X SIGNAL LOWER 69" RCVR 8 KHz R SIGNAL UPPER 30" RCVR 8 KHz R SIGNAL UPPER 42" RCVR 32KHz X SIGNAL HRI DEEP RES.001/ohm 0.m degC ohm. 2FT RES 60INCH I UPPER 42" RCVR 8 KHz R SIGNAL HRI VERTICAL RESOLUTION RESOLUTION OF VAR CURVES HRI DEEP X FRACTION XMTR REF 32KHz X DELAYED DFL BUCK Z Mnem HU2R HU2X HU3R HU3X HU4R LD3X HU5R LD3R HU5X DQU7 LD1R LD1X LD2R LU5R HU4X HT60 LU4R VRES VRES XFRAC XHRF ZB STEM HT90 SP HT40 HT30 HT24 HT09 HT03 HT02 HU1R RMUD DLISU_ Eng 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm 0.m ohm.001/ohm 0.001/ohm 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm 0.001/ohm 0. 2FT RES 40INCH I HRI DEEP RES. 2FT RES 30INCH I HRI DEEP RES.m ohm.001/ohm 0.001/ohm 0.m ohm.001/ohm 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm ohm.m 0.001/ohm 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .m mV ohm.001/ohm 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm 0.001/ohm IN ft DLISU_ Met 0.001/ohm 0.001/ohm 0.001/ohm 0.m ohm.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .m ohm.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .m mV ohm.001/ohm 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .m ohm.001/ohm 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .

HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm RES RES MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO IN IN MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MM IN MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO HRAI 30 IN RADIAL COND 2FT HRAI 60 IN RADIAL COND 2FT HRAI 90 IN RADIAL COND 2FT HRAI 120 IN RADIAL COND 2FT INNER RADIAL DEPTH OF INVASION OUTTER RADIAL DPTH OF INVASION HRAI 10 IN RADIAL COND 2FT BOREHOLE CORRECTIONS D2 HRAI 120 IN RADIAL COND 1FT BOREHOLE CORRECTIONS D4 BOREHOLE CORRECTIONS U5 BOREHOLE CORRECTIONS D6 BOREHOLE CORRECTIONS U4 BOREHOLE CORRECTIONS U3 BOREHOLE CORRECTIONS U2 0.001/ohm 0.001/ohm 0.001/ohm 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm 0.001/ohm 0.001/ohm 0.001/ohm 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm 0.m RES RES RES RES MV MV SPONTANEOUS POTENTIAL XMTR REF 32KHz R DELAYED mV mV RES INP MMHO MMHO BOREHOLE CORRECTIONS D3 HRI DECONVOLED DEEP RY 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND LIS Mnem HT01 LU5X MQCA MQZE MRCO MXCO TMPF RMAN LU4X RSO RT RX0 RXRT RXRT SP RHRF DBH2 DDRY CT03 CT06 CT09 CT12 D1 D2 CT01 DBH1 CO12 DBH3 DBH4 DBH5 DBH6 DBH7 DBH8 LISU_ eng OHMM MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO DEGF LISU_ met OHMM MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO DEGC Description HRAI 10 IN RAD RESIST 2FT UPPER 30" RCVR 8 KHz X SIGNAL HRI MEDIUM QUALITY CAL HRI MEDIUM QUALITY ZERO HRI MEDIUM R CORRECTION HRI MEDIUM X CORRECTION FEEDPIPE TEMP CALCULATED RIGHT MANDREL Mnem HT01 LU5X MQCAL MQZER MRCO MXCO TMPF RMAN LU4X RSO RT RX0 RXRT RXRT SP RHRF DBH2 DDRY CT03 CT06 CT09 CT12 D1 D2 CT01 DBH1 CO12 DBH3 DBH4 DBH5 DBH6 DBH7 DBH8 DLISU_ Eng ohm.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .m 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm 0.001/ohm 0.001/ohm 0.m ohm.001/ohm 0.001/ohm 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm 0.001/ohm 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm mm IN 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .m ohm.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES Mnemonics 9-19 .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm degC Type_ Data RES INP INP INP RES RES RES RES MMHO MMHO UPPER 42" RCVR 8 KHz X SIGNAL RIGHT STANDOFF 0.001/ohm 0.001/ohm 0.001/ohm 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm INP RES OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM UNINVADED ZONE RESISTIVITY INVADED ZONE RESISTIVITY RXO OVER RT RXO OVER RT ohm.m ohm.001/ohm 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm 0.001/ohm 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm 0.001/ohm in in 0.001/ohm 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .m 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm 0.001/ohm 0.Serv_Name HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm degF DLISU_ Met ohm.001/ohm 0.

001/ohm 0.001/ohm 0.001/ohm 0.001/ohm 0.m ohm.001/ohm 0.m ohm.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm 0.001/ohm 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND LIS Mnem DBH9 HD6X DBH0 CF06 BH30 BH42 BH54 BH69 BH78 CALC CF01 CT02 CF03 DDX CF09 CF12 CO01 CO01 CO02 CO03 CO06 CO09 CF02 DO69 DDRX DLS4 DLU5 DMR DMY DO18 DO30 DLS2 DO54 LISU_ eng MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO IN MMHO MMHO MMHO LISU_ met MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO IN MMHO MMHO MMHO Description BOREHOLE CORRECTIONS U1 LOWER 18" RCVR 32KHz X SIGNAL BOREHOLE CORRECTIONS D1 HRAI 60 IN RADIAL COND 4FT BOREHOLE CORRECTIONS 30" BOREHOLE CORRECTIONS 42" BOREHOLE CORRECTIONS 54" BOREHOLE CORRECTIONS 69" BOREHOLE CORRECTIONS 78" CALC DIAMETER HRAI 10 IN RADIAL COND 4FT HRAI 20 IN RADIAL COND 2FT HRAI 30 IN RADIAL COND 4FT HRI DECONVOLED DEEP X Mnem DBH9 HD6X DBH0 CF06 BH30 BH42 BH54 BH69 BH78 CALC CF01 CT02 CF03 DDX CF09 CF12 CO01 CO01 CO02 CO03 CO06 CO09 CF02 DO69 DDRX DLS4 DLU5 DMR DMY DO18 DO30 DLS2 DO54 DLISU_ Eng 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm 0.001/ohm 0.Serv_Name HRAI/HRI .001/ohm ohm.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm 0.001/ohm 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm 0.001/ohm 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm 0.m ohm.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm 0.001/ohm 0.001/ohm 0.001/ohm 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .m ohm.001/ohm 0.001/ohm 0.001/ohm 0.001/ohm ohm.m ohm.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .m RES RES RES RES 9-20 Mnemonics .001/ohm 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .m ohm.001/ohm 0.001/ohm 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .m ohm.001/ohm 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm in 0.m 0.m ohm.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm 0.m RES RES RES RES OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM AVG DECON 18" 1FT AVG DECON 30" 1FT SYMMETRIZED 8K S69" AVG DECON 54" 1FT ohm.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm DLISU_ Met 0.001/ohm IN 0.001/ohm 0.001/ohm 0.001/ohm 0.001/ohm 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .m ohm.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .m RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM SYMMETRIZED 8K S42" VERT DECON 8K UPPER 30" HRI DECONVOLED MEDIUM R HRI DECONVOLED MEDIUM Y ohm.001/ohm Type_ Data RES INP RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO OHMM MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO OHMM HRAI 90 IN RADIAL COND 4FT HRAI 120 IN RADIAL COND 4FT HRAI 10 IN RADIAL COND 1FT HRAI 10 IN RADIAL COND 1FT HRAI 20 IN RADIAL COND 1FT HRAI 30 IN RADIAL COND 1FT HRAI 60 IN RADIAL COND 1FT HRAI 90 IN RADIAL COND 1FT HRAI 20 IN RADIAL COND 4FT AVG DECON 69" 1FT HRI DECONVOLED DEEP RX 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .m ohm.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm 0.001/ohm 0.001/ohm 0.

m ohm.001/ohm 0.001/ohm ohm.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .m ohm.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm 0.m ohm.m ohm.001/ohm 0.m ohm.Serv_Name HRAI/HRI .m ohm.m ohm.001/ohm 0.001/ohm 0.m ohm.m ohm.001/ohm ohm.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm ohm.m 0.m IN ohm.m ohm.m ohm.001/ohm 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .m ohm.m ohm.m ohm.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm ohm.m ohm.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .m ohm.m 0.m ohm.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .m ohm.m ohm.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .SIX INDEP ARM CALIPER LIS Mnem DLS1 DO78 DQCA DQU0 DQU1 DQU2 DQU3 DQU4 DQU5 DO42 DFLF DDY DF18 DF30 DF42 DF54 DF69 DQU6 DLS3 DFL BH18 DHD6 DHS1 DHS2 DHS3 DHS4 DHU5 DI DLD6 DF78 SGRU SGRD RXRT SO1 LISU_ eng OHMM OHMM LISU_ met OHMM OHMM Description SYMMETRIZED 8K S78" AVG DECON 78" 1FT HRI DEEP QUALITY CAL Mnem DLS1 DO78 DQCAL DQU0 DQU1 DQU2 DQU3 DQU4 DQU5 DO42 DFLF DDY DF18 DF30 DF42 DF54 DF69 DQU6 DLS3 DFL BH18 DHD6 DHS1 DHS2 DHS3 DHS4 DHU5 DI DLD6 DF78 SGRU SGRD RXRT STAND1 DLISU_ Eng ohm.m 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .m ohm.m RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES IN MM STAND OFF ARM 1 in mm RES Mnemonics 9-21 .m ohm.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HSN .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .m ohm.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm ohm.m 0.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .m ohm.001/ohm 0.m ohm.001/ohm 0.m ohm.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .m ohm.m ohm.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .m DLISU_ Met ohm.m 0.SHORT NORMAL RES HSN .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .SHORT NORMAL RES ICT .m Type_ Data RES RES INP MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO OHMM OHMM MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO MMHO OHMM OHMM QUALITY D1 QUALITY D2 QUALITY D3 QUALITY D4 QUALITY U5 QUALITY D6 AVG DECON 42" 1FT DIGITALLY FOCUSED LATEROLOG FL HRI DECONVOLED DEEP Y 0.m ohm.HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .001/ohm ohm.m IN ohm.001/ohm 0.SHORT NORMAL RES HSN .HIGH RES ARRAY IND HRAI/HRI .m RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM MMHO OHMM OHMM MMHO OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM IN OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM MMHO OHMM OHMM MMHO OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM IN OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM AVG DECON 18" 4FT AVG DECON 30" 4FT AVG DECON 42" 4FT AVG DECON 54" 4FT AVG DECON 69" 4FT QUALITY U4 SYMMETRIZED 8K S54" DIGITALLY FOCUSED LATEROLOG BOREHOLE CORRECTIONS 18" VERT DECON 32K LOWER 18" SYMMETRIZED 32K S78" SYMMETRIZED 32K S69" SYMMETRIZED 32K S54" SYMMETRIZED 32K S42" VERT DECON 32K UPPER 30" RADIAL DEPTH OF INVASION VERT DECON 8K LOWER 18" AVG DECON 78" 4FT UNFILTERED NORMAL RESISTIVITY SHORT NORMAL RESISTIVITY RXO OVER RT ohm.m ohm.m ohm.m ohm.

SIX INDEP ARM CALIPER ICT .SIX INDEP ARM CALIPER ICT .SIX INDEP ARM CALIPER ICT .SIX INDEP ARM CALIPER ICT .SIX INDEP ARM CALIPER ICT .INSITE DIRECTIONAL TOOL IDT .NAV TOOL in in deg mm mm deg RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES DEG G G G DEG G G G PAD 1 AZIMUTH ACCELEROMETER Z-AXIS ACCELEROMETER QUALITY ACCELEROMETER X-AXIS deg G G G deg G G G RES RES RES RES 9-22 Mnemonics .SIX INDEP ARM CALIPER ICT .SIX INDEP ARM CALIPER ICT .SIX INDEP ARM CALIPER ICT .SIX INDEP ARM CALIPER ICT .SIX INDEP ARM CALIPER ICT .SIX INDEP ARM CALIPER ICT .SIX INDEP ARM CALIPER ICT .INSITE DIRECTIONAL TOOL IDT .SIX INDEP ARM CALIPER ICT .SIX INDEP ARM CALIPER ICT .SIX INDEP ARM CALIPER IDT .INSITE DIRECTIONAL TOOL IDT .Serv_Name ICT .SIX INDEP ARM CALIPER ICT .SIX INDEP ARM CALIPER ICT .SIX INDEP ARM CALIPER ICT .INSITE DIRECTIONAL TOOL IDT .SIX INDEP ARM CALIPER ICT .SIX INDEP ARM CALIPER ICT .INSITE DIRECTIONAL TOOL IDT .SIX INDEP ARM CALIPER ICT .SIX INDEP ARM CALIPER ICT .INSITE DIRECTIONAL TOOL IDT .SIX INDEP ARM CALIPER ICT .SIX INDEP ARM CALIPER ICT .SIX INDEP ARM CALIPER ICT .SIX INDEP ARM CALIPER ICT .INSITE DIRECTIONAL TOOL IDT .NAV TOOL TOAL MAGNETIC FIELD .SIX INDEP ARM CALIPER ICT .INSITE DIRECTIONAL TOOL IDT .INSITE DIRECTIONAL TOOL IDT .SIX INDEP ARM CALIPER ICT .INSITE DIRECTIONAL TOOL LIS Mnem RAD6 RAD5 RAD4 RAD3 RAD2 RAD1 SO6 SO5 SO4 HAZI SO2 CAL6 CALA CAL5 CAL3 CAL2 CAL1 C36 C25 C14 SO3 CAL4 HAZI DEVI DEVI DCAL HDIA RB PRES DMIN DMAX RB MAGD MAGZ MAGY MAGX TLFC GTOT BTOT AZI1 ACCZ ACCQ ACCX LISU_ eng IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN DEG IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN DEG DEG DEG IN IN DEG LISU_ met MM MM MM MM MM MM MM MM MM DEG MM MM MM MM MM MM MM MM MM MM MM MM DEG DEG DEG MM MM DEG Description RADIUS CALIPER ARM # 6 RADIUS CALIPER ARM # 5 RADIUS CALIPER ARM # 4 RADIUS CALIPER ARM # 3 RADIUS CALIPER ARM # 2 RADIUS CALIPER ARM # 1 STAND OFF ARM 6 STAND OFF ARM 5 STAND OFF ARM 4 DRIFT AZIMUTH STAND OFF ARM 2 ICT CALIPER ARM #6 ICT AVERAGE CALIPER ICT CALIPER ARM #5 ICT CALIPER ARM #3 ICT CALIPER ARM #2 ICT CALIPER ARM #1 ICT CALIPER PAIR 3-6 ICT CALIPER PAIR 2-5 ICT CALIPER PAIR 1-4 STAND OFF ARM 3 ICT CALIPER ARM #4 DRIFT AZIMUTH DRIFT ANGLE DRIFT ANGLE DIFFERENTIAL CLAIPER MEASURED HOLE DIAMETER RELEATIVE BEARNING CALIPER PAD FORCE Mnem RAD6 RAD5 RAD4 RAD3 RAD2 RAD1 STAND6 STAND5 STAND4 HAZI STAND2 CAL6 CALA CAL5 CAL3 CAL2 CAL1 C36 C25 C14 STAND3 CAL4 HAZI DEVI DEVI DCAL HDIA RB PRES DMIN DMAX RB MAGD MAGZ MAGY MAGX TLFC GTOT BTOT AZI1 ACCZ ACCQ ACCX DLISU_ Eng in in in in in in in in in deg in in in in in in in in in in in in deg deg deg in in deg DLISU_ Met mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm deg mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm deg deg deg mm mm deg Type_ Data RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES IN IN DEG MM MM DEG MINIMUM CALIPER PAIR MAXIMUM CALIPER PAIR RELATIVE BEARING MAGNETIC DIP FOR DIRECT TOOL MAGNETOMETER Z-AXIS MAGNETOMETER Y-AXIS MAGNETOMETER X-AXIS TOOL FACE DIRECTION TOAL GRAVITY FIELD .SIX INDEP ARM CALIPER ICT .INSITE DIRECTIONAL TOOL IDT .SIX INDEP ARM CALIPER ICT .INSITE DIRECTIONAL TOOL IDT .SIX INDEP ARM CALIPER ICT .

MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGE MRIL .MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGE MRIL .MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGE LIS Mnem MTMP ACCY MAGQ CALA MXID MNID RMWL PC3 PC2 PC4 PC5 PC1 P9 P7 P6 TPW P5 PC6 SEQN P8 PC7 PC8 PC9 PC10 PC11 PC12 PC13 WTME PERM RDSP STAT T2W TPHI PHA LISU_ eng LISU_ met Description MAGNET TEMPERATURE Mnem MTMP ACCY MAGQ CALA MXID MNID RMWL PC3 PC2 PC4 PC5 PC1 P9 P7 P6 TPW P5 PC6 SEQN P8 PC7 PC8 PC9 PC10 PC11 PC12 PC13 WTME PERM RDSP STAT T2W TPHI PHAS DLISU_ Eng DLISU_ Met Type_ Data RES G G ACCELEROMETER Y-AXIS CALCULATED MAGNETIC FIELD G G RES RES IN IN IN IN PU PU PU PU PU PU PU PU MM MM MM MM PU PU PU PU PU PU PU PU AVERAGE CALIPER CASING MAXIMUM ID CASING MINIMUM ID REMAINING WALL THICKNESS Bin Sums 1-3 for display Bin Sums 1-2 for display Bin Sums 1-4 for display Bin Sums 1-5 for display Bin Sums 1-1 for display BIN 9 Porosity BIN 7 Porosity BIN 6 Porosity TOTAL POROSITY Distribution in in in in pu pu pu pu pu pu pu pu mm mm mm mm pu pu pu pu pu pu pu pu RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES INP INP INP RES PU PU PU PU BIN 5 Porosity Bin Sums 1-6 for display Sequence Number pu pu pu pu INP RES INP PU PU PU PU PU PU PU PU PU PU PU PU PU PU PU PU BIN 8 Porosity Bin Sums 1-7 for display Bin Sums 1-8 for display Bin Sums 1-9 for display Bin Sums 1-10 for display Bin Sums 1-11 for display Bin Sums 1-12 for display Bin Sums 1-13 for display MRIL WAIT TIEM Computed Permiability Raw Echos for Display DATA STATUS pu pu pu pu pu pu pu pu pu pu pu pu pu pu pu pu INP RES RES RES RES RES RES RES INP INP INP INP MSEC DECP MSEC DECP T2 Distribution Waveform MRIL FULL POROSITY Corrected Echo Phases MSEC 100 pu MSEC 100 pu RES RES INP Mnemonics 9-23 .MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGE MRIL .MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGE MRIL .INSITE DIRECTIONAL TOOL IDT .MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGE MRIL .MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGE MRIL .MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGE MRIL .MULTI-ARM CALIPER MACT .MULTI-ARM CALIPER MRIL .MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGE MRIL .MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGE MRIL .MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGE MRIL .MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGE MRIL .MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGE MRIL .MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGE MRIL .MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGE MRIL .MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGE MRIL .MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGE MRIL .MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGE MRIL .MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGE MRIL .MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGE MRIL .MULTI-ARM CALIPER MACT .MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGE MRIL .INSITE DIRECTIONAL TOOL IDT .MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGE MRIL .MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGE MRIL .Serv_Name IDT .MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGE MRIL .MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGE MRIL .MULTI-ARM CALIPER MACT .INSITE DIRECTIONAL TOOL MACT .MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGE MRIL .MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGE MRIL .

MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGE MRIL .m ohm.MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGE MRIL .m ohm.MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGE MRIL .PRODUCTION PL TOOLS .MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGE MRIL .MICRO RES MSFL/ML .m RPS Kpa Kpa degC degC RES RES RES RES RES RES RES 9-24 Mnemonics .MICRO RES MSFL/ML .MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGE MRIL .PRODUCTION PL TOOLS .MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGE MRIL .MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGE MRIL .MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGE MRIL .MICRO RES MSFL/ML .Serv_Name MRIL .m RPS psi psi degF degF ohm.MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGE MRIL .MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGE MRIL .MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGE MRIL .MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGE MRIL .MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGE MRIL .MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGE MRIL .m ohm.MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGE MRIL .MICRO RES MSFL/ML .MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGE MRIL .m ohm.PRODUCTION PL TOOLS .m ohm.MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGE MRIL .MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGE MRIL .MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGE MRIL .MICRO RES PL TOOLS .m RES RES RES OHMM OHMM RPS PSI PSI DEGF DEGF OHMM OHMM RPS KPA KPA DEGC DEGC MSFL UNFILTERED MICROLOG LATERAL (INVERSE) FLOW (CONTINUOUS) CW DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE DIFFERENTIAL TEMPERATURE DIFFERENTIAL TEMPERATURE ohm.MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGE MRIL .MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGE MRIL .PRODUCTION PL TOOLS .MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGE MRIL .MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGE MRIL .MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGE MRIL .PRODUCTION LIS Mnem FRQ3 P4 FRQ4 ACTN TE FRQ2 FRQ1 FRQ0 ANT B1 B1MD CHI DIH ECHO GAIN MBVI MDPT MPHI P1 P10 P11 P3 P12 P2 P13 DIS MNOR MSFL RXRT MSFU MINV FCCW DPRS DPRS DTEM DTEM LISU_ eng LISU_ met Description MRIL FREQUENCY 3 Mnem FRQ3 P4 FRQ4 ACTN TE FRQ2 FRQ1 FRQ0 ANT B1 B1MOD CHI DIH ECHO GAIN MBVI MDPT MPHI P1 P10 P11 P3 P12 P2 P13 DIS MNOR MSFL RXRT MSFLUF MINV FCCW DPRS DPRS DTEM DTMP DLISU_ Eng DLISU_ Met Type_ Data INP PU PU BIN 4 Porosity MRIL FREQUENCY 4 MRIL ACTIVATION NAME MRIL ECHO SPACING MRIL FREQUENCY 2 MRIL FREQUENCY 1 MRIL FREQUENCY 0 pu pu INP INP INP INP INP INP INP DEG MG MG DEG MG MG ANTENNA TEMPERATURE B1 SENSOR B1 ADJUSTED for TEMPERATURE CHI from analysis DIAM of INVESTIGATION HYDROGEN Corrected Echo Amplitudes MRIL GAIN deg MG MG deg MG MG INP INP INP INP RES INP INP PU PU MRIL Bound Volume DATA DEPTH pu pu INP INP PU PU PU PU PU PU PU PU PU PU PU PU PU PU PU PU MRIL EFFECTIVE POROSITY BIN 1 Porosity BIN 10 Porosity BIN 11 Porosity BIN 3 Porosity BIN 12 Porosity BIN 2 Porosity BIN 13 Porosity DIAM of INVESTIGATION SODIUM pu pu pu pu pu pu pu pu pu pu pu pu pu pu pu pu INP INP INP INP INP INP INP INP RES OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM MICROLOG NORMAL MSFL (FRXO) RXO OVER RT ohm.MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGE MRIL .MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGE MSFL/ML .

PRODUCTION PL TOOLS .0/S 1.0/S 1.PRODUCTION PL TOOLS .0/S LAMNR % % RES RES RES RES RES % CPS OIL HOLDUP CENTER SAMPLE HYDROMETER CPS FDD SENSOR TEMPERATURE % 1.PRODUCTION PL TOOLS .PRODUCTION PL TOOLS .PRODUCTION PL TOOLS .UNLIMITED GAS HOLDUP .PRODUCTION PL TOOLS .PRODUCTION PL TOOLS .PRODUCTION PL TOOLS .PRODUCTION PL TOOLS .PRODUCTION PL TOOLS .PRODUCTION PL TOOLS .PRODUCTION PL TOOLS .PRODUCTION PL TOOLS .0/S DLISU_ Met RPS RPS RPS 1.PRODUCTION PL TOOLS .PRODUCTION PL TOOLS .PRODUCTION PL TOOLS .PRODUCTION PL TOOLS .PRODUCTION PL TOOLS .PRODUCTION PL TOOLS .PRODUCTION PL TOOLS .PRODUCTION PL TOOLS .PRODUCTION PL TOOLS .PRODUCTION PL TOOLS .PRODUCTION PL TOOLS .PRODUCTION PL TOOLS .PRODUCTION PL TOOLS .PRODUCTION PL TOOLS .PRODUCTION PL TOOLS .0/S 1.PRODUCTION PL TOOLS .Serv_Name PL TOOLS .PRODUCTION PL TOOLS .PRODUCTION PL TOOLS .TURBULENT FLOW GAS DENSITY GAS HOLDUP GAS HOLDUP .PRODUCTION PL TOOLS .DELAYED SENSOR 2 CAPACITANCE INDEX WATER HOLDUP .PRODUCTION PL TOOLS .PRODUCTION LIS Mnem FBCC FCCC FCON FDC FDDP FDEN FICC FINL FICW FBCW CP4 CALX CHMA TEMP CP1 FLFB CP11 CP12 CP10 CP3 DIMV CP5 CP6 CP7 CP8 CP9 CRMA CSDL CP2 YTWA RHOG YGHT YGHU YGHZ YOD YGAS YOIL TEMP YWAT YWAT YWD YWH CAL1 CAL2 YOH HYDR FTMP GHCC GHTC LISU_ eng RPS RPS RPS CPS LISU_ met RPS RPS RPS CPS Description FLOW (FULL BORE) CCW FLOW (CONTINUOUS) CCW AVERAGE FLOW (CONTINUOUS) FLUID DENSITY COUNTS DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE Mnem FBCC FCCC FCON FDC FDDP FDEN FICC FLOWI FICW FBCW CP4 CALX CHMAP TEMP CP1 FLOWFB CP11 CP12 CP10 CP3 DIFFMV CP5 CP6 CP7 CP8 CP9 CRMAP CSDL CP2 YTWAT RHOG YGHT YGHU YGHZ YOD YGAS YOIL TEMP YWAT YWAT YWD YWH CAL1 CAL2 YOH HYDR FTMP GHTCC GHTC DLISU_ Eng RPS RPS RPS 1.PRODUCTION PL TOOLS .PRODUCTION PL TOOLS .PRODUCTION PL TOOLS .PRODUCTION PL TOOLS .PRODUCTION PL TOOLS .PRODUCTION PL TOOLS .0/S RES RES RES CPS CPS CPS CPS GHT DEAD TIME & DECAY CORR CPS GHT DEAD TIME ONLY CORR CPS 1.PRODUCTION PL TOOLS .PRODUCTION PL TOOLS .PRODUCTION PL TOOLS .PRODUCTION PL TOOLS .PRODUCTION PL TOOLS .0/S RES RES Mnemonics 9-25 .LAMINAR FLOW WATER HOLDUP FDR TOOL WATER HOLDUP CALIPER ARM 1 CALIPER ARM 2 LAMNR % % in in % 1.PRODUCTION PL TOOLS .PRODUCTION PL TOOLS .0/S Type_ Data RES RES RES RES RES G/CC RPS RPS RPS RPS INDEX SQIN K/M3 RPS RPS RPS RPS INDEX FLUID DENSITY FLOW (INLINE) CCW AVERAGE FLOW (INLINE) FLOW (INLINE) CW FLOW (FULL BORE) CW SENSOR 4 CAPACITANCE INDEX CROSS SECTION AREA HORIZONTAL IMAGE MAP G/CC RPS RPS RPS RPS INDEX SQIN Kg/m3 RPS RPS RPS RPS INDEX RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES DEGF DEGC TEMPERATURE SENSOR 1 CAPACITANCE INDEX degF degC RES RES RPS INDEX INDEX INDEX INDEX MV RPS INDEX INDEX INDEX INDEX MV AVERAGE FLOW (FULL BORE) SENSOR 11 CAPACITANCE INDEX SENSOR 12 CAPACITANCE INDEX SENSOR 10 CAPACITANCE INDEX SENSOR 3 CAPACITANCE INDEX DIFFERENTIAL MILLIVOLTS SENSOR 5 CAPACITANCE INDEX RPS INDEX INDEX INDEX INDEX mV RPS INDEX INDEX INDEX INDEX mV RES RES RES RES RES RES RES INDEX INDEX INDEX INDEX INDEX INDEX INDEX INDEX SENSOR 6 CAPACITANCE INDEX SENSOR 7 CAPACITANCE INDEX SENSOR 8 CAPACITANCE INDEX SENSOR 9 CAPACITANCE INDEX RADIAL IMAGE MAP INDEX INDEX INDEX INDEX INDEX INDEX INDEX INDEX RES RES RES RES RES F/M INDEX TURB GM/CC % % % % M/M INDEX TURB KG/M3 % % % % CABLE SPEED .PRODUCTION PL TOOLS .PRODUCTION PL TOOLS .PVT UNCORRECTED OIL HOLDUP FDR TOOL GAS HOLDUP OIL HOLDUP ft/m INDEX TURB GM/CC % % % % m/min INDEX TURB KG/M3 % % % % INP RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES DEGF DEGC TEMPERATURE WATER HOLDUP degF degC RES RES LAMNR % % INCH INCH % CPS LAMNR % % WATER HOLDUP .

PULSE SPECT GAMMA PSGT .PRODUCTION PL TOOLS .PULSE SPECT GAMMA PSGT .PULSE SPECT GAMMA PSGT .PULSE SPECT GAMMA PSGT .PULSE SPECT GAMMA PSGT .PRODUCTION PL TOOLS .PULSE SPECT GAMMA PSGT .PULSE SPECT GAMMA PSGT .PULSE SPECT GAMMA PSGT .PULSE SPECT GAMMA PSGT .PULSE SPECT GAMMA PSGT .PRODUCTION PL TOOLS .PULSE SPECT GAMMA PSGT .PULSE SPECT GAMMA PSGT .PULSE SPECT GAMMA PSGT .PULSE SPECT GAMMA PSGT .PULSE SPECT GAMMA PSGT .PRODUCTION PL TOOLS .PULSE SPECT GAMMA PSGT .PRODUCTION PL TOOLS .PULSE SPECT GAMMA PSGT .PULSE SPECT GAMMA PSGT .PULSE SPECT GAMMA PSGT .PRODUCTION PL TOOLS .PRODUCTION PL TOOLS .PULSE SPECT GAMMA PSGT .PULSE SPECT GAMMA PSGT .PULSE SPECT GAMMA PSGT .PRODUCTION PL TOOLS .PULSE SPECT GAMMA PSGT .PRODUCTION PL TOOLS .PRODUCTION PL TOOLS .SHOP CAL S-2 TMD GATE 6 UNFILTERED SPECTRAL FIT ERROR CHLORINE INDICATOR_C INELASTIC CO RATIO CO YIELD RATIO INELASTIC COMPTON RATIO (OAI/OBI) cu CU RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES MSEC MSEC ACCUMULATION TIME MILLISECONDS DETECTOR TEMPERATURE MSEC MSEC RES RES 9-26 Mnemonics .PULSE SPECT GAMMA PSGT .PRODUCTION PL TOOLS .PULSE SPECT GAMMA PSGT .PULSE SPECT GAMMA PSGT .PULSE SPECT GAMMA LIS Mnem GR GRCO YGD GRS FREF IDER ITMP PRBU PRES PRES SIT TEMP GRCS STUN YCA SPC2 SPBK SPC1 SPEN SWPO TCCR TMD1 TMD2 TMD3 TMD4 TMD5 SIC TMDS SIAI YCL YFE YH YIC YICA YIO YISI YK YS YSI YTI ZOFF TMD6 FTR CLIC COIR COYR CRAT CTIM DTMP LISU_ eng API API % API LISU_ met API API % API Description GAMMA RAY GAMMA RAY CORRECTED GAS HOLDUP FDR TOOL GAMMA RAY (SONDEX) FREQUENCY REFERENCE ID OUT OF TOLERANCE WARNING Mnem GR GRCO YGD GRS FREF IDWARN INTMP PRBU PRES PRES SIT TEMP GRCS STUN YCA SPC2 SPBK SPC1 SPEN SWPOS TCCR TMD1 TMD2 TMD3 TMD4 TMD5 SIC TMDS SIAI YCL YFE YH YIC YICA YIO YISI YK YS YSI YTI ZOFF TMD6 FTR CLIC COIR COYR CRAT C_TIME DTMP DLISU_ Eng gAPI gAPI % gAPI DLISU_ Met gAPI gAPI % gAPI Type_ Data RES RES RES RES TEL RES F PSI PSI PSIA DEGF C KG/M3 KPA KPA DEGC INTERNAL TEMPERATURE PRESSURE BUILDUP PRESSURE ABSOLUTE PRESSURE SENSOR TEMPERATURE INTERNAL TEMPERATURE ft psi psi PSIA degF C KG/M3 Kpa Kpa degC RES RES RES RES RES INP API API GAMMA RAY CORRECTED (SONDEX) CO STATISTICAL UNCERTAINTY CALCIUM YIELD CAPTURE PSGT CAPTURE 2 SPECTRUM PSGT BACKGROUND SPECTRUM PSGT CAPTURE 1 SPECTRUM PSGT INELASTIC SPECTRUM PSGT TOOL MODE TOTAL COUNTS CAPTURE TMD GATE 1 UNFILTERED TMD GATE 2 UNFILTERED TMD GATE 3 UNFILTERED TMD GATE 4 UNFILTERED TMD GATE 5 UNFILTERED SULPHUR INDICATOR_C gAPI gAPI RES RES RES INP INP INP INP INP RES RES RES RES RES RES RES CU CU TMD SIGMA SILICON_ACT_INDICATOR SIAI CHLORINE YIELD CAPTURE IRON YIELD CAPTURE HYDROGEN YIELD CAPTURE CARBON YIELD INELASTIC CALCIUM YIELD INELASTIC OXYGEN YIELD CAPTURE SILICON YIELD INELASTIC POTASSIUM YIELD CAPTURE SULPHUR YIELD CAPTURE SILICON YIELD CAPTURE TITANIUM YIELD CAPTURE ZERO OFFSET PSGT.PULSE SPECT GAMMA PSGT .PULSE SPECT GAMMA PSGT .Serv_Name PL TOOLS .PULSE SPECT GAMMA PSGT .PULSE SPECT GAMMA PSGT .PULSE SPECT GAMMA PSGT .PRODUCTION PSGT .PULSE SPECT GAMMA PSGT .PULSE SPECT GAMMA PSGT .PULSE SPECT GAMMA PSGT .PRODUCTION PL TOOLS .PULSE SPECT GAMMA PSGT .

PULSE SPECT GAMMA PSGT .Serv_Name PSGT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .1 L/S degF psi degF psi psi psi psi psi PSI degF PSI CC/S CC/S degC Kpa Kpa Kpa 0.PULSE SPECT GAMMA PSGT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .PULSE SPECT GAMMA PSGT .PULSE SPECT GAMMA PSGT .1 L/S degC TEL INP INP INP INP TEL Mnemonics 9-27 .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL LIS Mnem F110 F17V F2KV F50V FEIC SIIC FREP LIRI RIC PSST PSPC OBI FERC LIYR CAIC KIC ITCR IDER HPLI HIC GOUT OAI C11 P1TE PTHO PTEN PRES PRAT POTE PONE PITE PHUN PHST PHFL PHDS HPRS P2PS PTTE P1PS OPTR OPTR OFFS NOIS MTEM MSPD MRAT HTMP HTMP HSVA LISU_ eng % % % % LISU_ met % % % % Description PSGT 110 VOLT PSGT 17V LOAD PSGT 2K VOLT LOAD PSGT 50 V LOAD IRON INDICATOR_C SILICON INDICATOR_C Mnem F110 F17V F2KV F50V FEIC SIIC FREP LIRI RIC PSGST PSPC OBI FERC LIYR CAIC KIC ITCR IDERR HPLI HIC GOUT OAI C11 P1TEMP PTHO PTEN PRES PRATE OUTTMP PONE INTMP PHUN PHST PHFL PHDS SYPRES P2PRES PTTEMP P1PRES OPTR OPTR OFFSET NOISE TEMP2 MOTSPD MRATE HYTEMP HYTEMP HPSSVA DLISU_ Eng % % % % DLISU_ Met % % % % Type_ Data RES RES RES RES RES RES % % PSGT REPLENISHER INELASTIC LITHOLOGY INDEX INELASTIC CAPTURE RATIO PSGT TOOL STATE PSGT DISPLAY SPECTRUM OXYGEN BACKGROUND INDICATOR IRON RATIO CAPTURE LITH YIELD RATIO INEL CALCIUM INDICATOR_C POTASSIUM INDICATOR_C INELASTIC TOTAL PSGT ID ERROR CAPTURE HYDROGEN PEAK HYDROGEN INDICATOR_C GENERATOR OUTPUT OXYGEN ACTIVATION INDICATOR CURVE 11 % % RES RES RES INP RES RES RES RES RES RES RES INP RES RES RES RES INP DEGF PSI PSI PSI CC/S DEGF PSI DEGF PSI PSI PSI PSI PSI PSI DEGF PSI CC/S CC/S DEGC KPA KPA KPA CC/S DEGC KPA DEGC KPA KPA KPA KPA KPA PSI DEGC PSI CC/S CC/S PROBE 1 TEMPERATURE PRESSURE THOUSANDS PRESSURE TENS TOTAL PRESSURE FPS PUMP MEASURED RATE FPS OUTLET TEMPERATURE RDT PRESSURE ONES FPS INLET TEMPERATURE PRESSURE HUNDREDS RDT HYDROSTATIC PRESSURE RDT HYDRAULIC PRESSURE PRESSURE HUNDREDTHS FPS HYDRALIC PRESSURE PROBE 2 PRESSURE PRETEST TEMPERATURE PROBE 1 PRESSURE FPS OPTIMUM PUMP RATE FPS OPTIMUM PUMP RATE OFFSET NOISE degF psi psi psi 0.RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .PULSE SPECT GAMMA PSGT .1 L/S degC Kpa degC Kpa Kpa Kpa Kpa Kpa PSI degC PSI CC/S CC/S INP RES RES RES INP INP RES INP RES RES RES RES INP INP INP INP INP INP TEL TEL DEGF RPM CC/S DEGF DEGC RPM CC/S DEGC MAGNET TEMPERATURE Motor Speed PRETEST MEASURED RATE HPS HYDRAULIC TEMPERATURE HPS HYDRAULIC TEMPERATURE SOLENOID VALVE A degF RPM 0.PULSE SPECT GAMMA PSGT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .PULSE SPECT GAMMA PSGT .PULSE SPECT GAMMA PSGT .PULSE SPECT GAMMA PSGT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .1 L/S degF degC RPM 0.PULSE SPECT GAMMA PSGT .PULSE SPECT GAMMA PSGT .PULSE SPECT GAMMA PSGT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .PULSE SPECT GAMMA PSGT .PULSE SPECT GAMMA PSGT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .PULSE SPECT GAMMA PSGT .PULSE SPECT GAMMA PSGT .PULSE SPECT GAMMA PSGT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .PULSE SPECT GAMMA PSGT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .PULSE SPECT GAMMA PSGT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .PULSE SPECT GAMMA PSGT .PULSE SPECT GAMMA RDT .PULSE SPECT GAMMA PSGT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .

RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .Serv_Name RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .01 L Kpa Kpa INP RES INP TEL INP INP INP INP INP INP INP INP INP INP INP INP INP INP INP INP INP INP 9-28 Mnemonics .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .01 L psi psi 0.RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT . CURVE 1 gm/cc gm/cc INP INP KV/KH KV/KH ANISOTROPY VISCOCITY 50 VOLT DC 30 VOLT DC 200 VOLT DC SURFACE UTILITY VOLTAGE SURFACE UTILITY CURRENT PPS Solenoid Valve G PPS Solenoid Valve F PPS Solenoid Valve E Kv/Kh Kv/Kh INP INP TEL TEL TEL TEL TEL TEL TEL TEL PSI KPA PRESSURE TENTHS PPS Solenoid Valve C psi Kpa RES TEL PSI PSI PRETEST PRESSURE PPS Solenoid Valve A ECHO SPIKING INDICATOR SHPERICAL MOBILITY SEQUENCE NUMBER PSI PSI INP TEL INP INP TEL FT M SFT SET DEPTH RINGING ft m RES TEL GM/CC DEGF GM/CC DEGC FLUID DENSITY QUARTZ GAUGE TEMPERATURE HIGH POWER FACTOR gm/cc degF gm/cc degC INP INP TEL CC PSI PSI CC KPA KPA PRETEST VOLUME PRESSURE TEN THOUSANDS QUARTZ GAUGE PRESSURE PPS Solenoid Valve D CURVE 14 CURVE 29 CURVE 28 CURVE 27 CURVE 26 CURVE 25 CURVE 24 CURVE 23 CURVE 22 CURVE 21 CURVE 20 CURVE 2 CURVE 19 CURVE 3 CURVE 16 CURVE 17 CURVE 13 CURVE 12 0.RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL LIS Mnem HPRS P2TE SVB RHOG C1 ANSO VISC V50 V30 V200 UTLV UTLC SVG SVF SVE PTHS SVC PTPS SVA SPIK SMOB SEQ SDEP RING RHOF QTMP PWRF PVOL PTTH QPRS SVD C14 C29 C28 C27 C26 C25 C24 C23 C22 C21 C20 C2 C19 C3 C16 C17 C13 C12 LISU_ eng PSI DEGF LISU_ met KPA DEGC Description HPS HYDRALIC PRESSURE PROBE 2 TEMPERATURE PPS Solenoid Valve B Mnem HYPRES P2TEMP PPSSVB RHOG C1 ANISO VISC V50 V30 V200 UTLVLT UTLCUR PPSSVG PPSSVF PPSSVE PTHS PPSSVC PTPRES PPSSVA SPIKE MPTHS SEQ SDEP RING RHOF QGTEMP PWRFAC PTVOL PTTH QGPRES PPSSVD C14 C29 C28 C27 C26 C25 C24 C23 C22 C21 C20 C2 C19 C3 C16 C17 C13 C12 DLISU_ Eng psi degF DLISU_ Met Kpa degC Type_ Data INP INP TEL GM/CC GM/CC GAS DENSITY .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .EST.RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .

RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERV MON TOOL LIS Mnem FPRE C10 BINS BBLP B1 AUXV AUXC ATIM HMOB RELC C18 FIDV HLOS HI C15 C30 GEOM GAIN FTEM FREQ FMSR FLPH FIDI EVNT ERES ECHN C8 C31 C32 C4 FLTC DIEL C6 C7 C5 C9 CPRS CPV CV1 CV2 OAIN OAIF RCAP OBIN o194 oi68 LISU_ eng PSI LISU_ met PSI Description FORMATION PRESSURE CURVE 10 Bins 1-32 Mnem FPRE C10 BINS BBLPNT B1 AUXVLT AUXCUR A_TIME MPTHH RELCAP C18 FLVOLT HPSLOS HI C15 C30 GEOMM GAIN TEMP1 FREQ FPSMSR FLPHI FLAMP EVENT ERES ECHONS C8 C31 C32 C4 FLTCUR DIELCP C6 C7 C5 C9 CMPRSS CVSFPV CVSCV1 CVSCV2 OAI1 OAI2 RCAP OBI1 OIN194 OIN68 DLISU_ Eng PSI DLISU_ Met PSI Type_ Data INP INP INP PSI KPA BUBBLE POINT B1 SENSOR SURFACE AUX VOLTAGE SURFACE AUX CURRENT ASCII ELAPSED TIME HORIZONTAL MOBILITY Relative Capacitance CURVE 18 psi Kpa INP INP TEL TEL RES INP TEL INP V V FLUID ID VOLTS(Volts) HPS LOW OIL SWITCH HYDROGEN INDEX CURVE 15 CURVE 30 GEOMETRIC MEAN GAIN V V INP INP INP INP INP INP INP DEGF DEGC FLUID TEMPERATURE FREQUENCY FPS MOTOR START RELAY degF degC TEL TEL TEL DEG MA DEG MA FLUID ID PHASE FLUID ID CURRENT (mA) PTA EVENT STRING DEG mA deg mA INP INP INP OHMM OHMM ESTIMATED RESISTIVITY Echo Noise CURVE 8 CURVE 31 CURVE 32 CURVE 4 FAULT CURRENT DIELECTRIC CAPACITANCE CURVE 6 CURVE 7 CURVE 5 CURVE 9 ohm.RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .Serv_Name RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .m ohm.RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .m INP TEL INP INP INP INP TEL TEL INP INP INP INP 1/PSI 1/PSI COMPRESSIBLITY CVS FLUID PURGE VALVE CVS Chamber Valve 1 CVS Chamber Valve 2 OXYGEN ACT INDICATOR NEAR OXYGEN ACT INDICATOR FAR RATIO TOTAL CAPTURE OXYGEN BKG INDICATOR NEAR OIN CHANNEL 194 OIN CHANNEL 68 1/PSI 1/PSI INP TEL TEL TEL RES RES RES RES RES RES Mnemonics 9-29 .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .RESERVOIR DESC TOOL RDT .

RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .Serv_Name RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE . FAR CALCIUM YIELD INEL FAR OXYGEN YIELD INEL NEAR OXYGEN YIELD INEL FAR SILICON YIELD INEL NEAR Mnem OIN114 OBI2 RICN SIA2 SIIC1 SIIC2 TIME_N LMODE SIC2 SIC1 SIA1 NGAIN LIYR1 LIYR2 YSI1 STUN2 NBACK NCAPAC NBACK NFECH NSPT NGAOK NHCH NINELC NINEL NOFOK NOFST NCAP YMG2 YICA2 YIO1 YIO2 YISI1 DLISU_ Eng DLISU_ Met Type_ Data RES RES RES RES RES RES RES PAR RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES INP INP INP RES RES RES RES INP INP RES RES INP RES RES RES RES RES 9-30 Mnemonics .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE . NEAR STATISTIC UNCERTAINTY FAR NEAR BACKGROUND SPECTRUM NEAR CAPTURE SPECTRUM CORR NEAR BACKGROUND SPECTRUM NEAR IRON CHANNEL NEAR SPECTRA SUM NEAR GAIN OK NEAR HYDROGEN CHANNEL NEAR INELASTIC SPECTRUM CORR NEAR INELASTIC SPECTRUM NEAR OFFSET OK NEAR OFFSET NEAR CAPTURE SPECTRUM MAGNESIUM YIELD CAPT.RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL LIS Mnem o114 OBIF RNFC SIAF SIIN SIIF NTIM LMOD SICF SICN SIAN NGAI LIY1 LIY2 YSI1 STUF NBAC NCAC NBAK NFEC NSPT NGAO NHCH NINC NINE NOFO NOFS NCAP YMG2 YIC2 YIO1 YIO2 YIS1 LISU_ eng LISU_ met Description OIN CHANNEL 114 OXYGEN BKG INDICATOR FAR RATIO NEAR INEL TO NEAR COUNTS SILICON ACT INDICATOR FAR SILICON INDICATOR NEAR SILICON INDICATOR FAR ACCUMULATION TIME NEAR LOGGING MODE SULPHUR INDICATOR FAR SULPHUR INDICATOR NEAR SILICON ACT INDICATOR NEAR NEAR GAIN LITH YIELD RAT INEL NEAR LITH YIELD RAT INEL FAR SILICON YIELD CAPT.RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .

RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .Serv_Name RMT-ELITE . FAR TOTAL COUNTS FAR TOTAL COUNTS NEAR NEAR SPACED GATES CORR NEAR SPACED GATES NEAR SPACED GATES CARBON YIELD INEL NEAR CALCIUM YIELD INEL NEAR CALCIUM YIELD CAPT. FAR LITH INDEX INEL NEAR FAR GAIN POTASSIUM YIELD CAPT.RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE . NEAR EXTRA YIELD CAPT.RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE . FAR CALCIUM YIELD CAPT.RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE . NEAR CHLORINE YIELD CAPT. NEAR MAGNESIUM YIELD CAPT.RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE . FAR CHLORINE YIELD CAPT.RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE . FAR STATISTIC UNCERTAINTY NEAR CARBON YIELD INEL FAR RATIO NEAR/ FAR INELASTIC EVR IRON INDICATOR NEAR COMPTON RATIO FAR Mnem YISI2 YK1 YS1 YMG1 YH1 YS2 YSI2 YTI1 YTI2 LIRI1 FGAIN YK2 YCA2 TCCR2 TCCR1 TNGTC TNGT TNGT YIC1 YICA1 YCA1 YH2 YCL1 YCL2 YEX1 YEX2 YFE1 YFE2 STUN1 YIC2 ERIN FEIC1 CRAT2 DLISU_ Eng DLISU_ Met Type_ Data RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES INP INP INP RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES Mnemonics 9-31 . FAR TITANIUM YIELD CAPT.RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE . NEAR TITANIUM YIELD CAPT.RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE . NEAR HYDROGEN YIELD CAPT. NEAR SULPHUR YIELD CAPT. FAR SILICON YIELD CAPT. NEAR HYDROGEN YIELD CAPT. NEAR IRON YIELD CAPT.RESERV MON TOOL LIS Mnem YIS2 YK1 YS1 YMG1 YH1 YS2 YSI2 YTI1 YTI2 LIRN FGAI YK2 YCA2 TCCF TCCN TNGC TNGT TNGT YC1 YIC1 YCA1 YH2 YCL1 YCL2 YEX1 YEX2 YFE1 YFE2 STUN YC2 ERIN FEIN CRAF LISU_ eng LISU_ met Description SILICON YIELD INEL FAR POTASSIUM YIELD CAPT.RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE . NEAR SULPHUR YIELD CAPT.RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE . FAR IRON YIELD CAPT. FAR EXTRA YIELD CAPT.RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .

RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL LIS Mnem CRAN EFCA EFSI ENCA COYF ERIC COIN ERNF ESGI ESGN FBAC FCAP FCPC FEIF ENSI AFTN 1780 2220 3730 4440 6100 7140 COYN AFTF CFT1 FHCH CAIN LIRF CFT2 CLIF CLIN COIF 7650 LISU_ eng LISU_ met Description COMPTON RATIO NEAR FAR COUNTRATE EVR FAR INELASTIC COUNTS EVR NEAR COUNTRATE EVR C0 YIELD RAT INEL FAR RATIO FAR INEL/FAR COUNTS EVR CO RATIO INELASTIC NEAR RATIO NEAR / FAR .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .Serv_Name RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .EVR Mnem CRAT1 EFCA EFSI ENCA COYR2 ERIC COIR1 ERNF ESGF ESGN FBACK FCAP FCAPAC FEIC2 ENSI AFTN E1780 E2220 E3730 E4440 E6100 E7140 COYR1 AFTF CFTR1 FHCH CAIC1 LIRI2 CFTR2 CLIC2 CLIC1 COIR2 E7650 DLISU_ Eng DLISU_ Met Type_ Data RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES INP INP INP RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES CU CU CU CU FAR FORMATION SIGMA EVR NEAR FORMATION SIGMA EVR FAR BACKGROUND SPECTRUM FAR CAPTURE SPECTRUM FAR CAPTURE SPECTRUM CORR IRON INDICATOR FAR NEAR INELASTIC COUNTS EVR NEAR FORMATION AMPLITUDE SILICON CHANNEL HYDROGEN CHANNEL CALCIUM CHANNEL CARBON CHANNEL OXYGEN CHANNEL OXYGEN FIRST ESCAPE CHANNEL C0 YIELD RAT INEL NEAR FAR FORMATION AMPLITUDE CAPTURE FIT ERROR NEAR FAR HYDROGEN CHANNEL CALCIUM INDICATOR NEAR LITH INDEX INEL FAR CAPTURE FIT ERROR FAR CHLORINE INDICATOR FAR CHLORINE INDICATOR NEAR CO RATIO INELASTIC FAR IRON CHANNEL 9-32 Mnemonics .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .

RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .Serv_Name RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL LIS Mnem IR10 HPLN IFT2 FERF INC2 INC2 INX1 HPLF IONI IFT1 IRIN ITCF ITCN KAT1 KAT2 CAIF INX2 FINC FERN FFEC KICN INC1 KICF HICN FINE FOFO FOFS FSPT FTIM FTMP FTRF FTRN HICF LISU_ eng LISU_ met Description LOG RATIO TOTAL INELASTIC HYDROGEN PEAK NEAR INELASTIC FIT ERROR FAR IRON PEAK FAR INCA FAR INCA FAR INOXY NEAR HYDROGEN PEAK FAR Mnem IRIN10 HPLI1 IFTR2 FERC2 INCA2 INCA2 INOX1 HPLI2 IONI IFTR1 IRIN ITCR2 ITCR1 KATO1 KATO2 CAIC2 INOX2 FINELC FERC1 FFECH KIC1 INCA1 KIC2 HIC1 FINEL FOFOK FOFST FSPT TIME_F FTMP FTR2 FTR1 HIC2 DLISU_ Eng DLISU_ Met Type_ Data RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES MA MA ION CURRENT INELASTIC FIT ERROR NEAR RATIO TOTAL INELASTIC INELASTIC TOTAL COUNTS FAR INELASTIC TOTAL COUNTS NEAR KATO NEAR KATO FAR CALCIUM INDICATOR FAR INOXY FAR FAR INELASTIC SPECTRUM CORR IRON PEAK NEAR FAR IRON CHANNEL POTASSIUM INDICATOR NEAR INCA NEAR POTASSIUM INDICATOR FAR HYDROGEN INDICATOR NEAR FAR INELASTIC SPECTRUM FAR OFFSET OK FAR OFFSET FAR SPECTRA SUM ACCUMULATION TIME FAR MA MA INP RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES INP RES RES RES RES RES RES INP RES RES RES RES DEGF DEGC INTERNAL FLASK TEMPERATURE SPECTRAL FIT ERROR FAR SPECTRAL FIT ERROR NEAR HYDROGEN INDICATOR FAR degF degC RES RES RES RES Mnemonics 9-33 .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .RESERV MON TOOL RMT-ELITE .

SPECTRAL DENSITY SDL .DIRECTIONAL SDDT/NAV .SPECTRAL DENSITY SDL .SPECTRAL DENSITY SDL .SPECTRAL DENSITY SDL .SPECTRAL DENSITY SDL .0/S TEL RES RES RES RES IN INCH MM MM SDL STANDOFF SDL PAD CALIPER HSDL SS BARITE WINDOW COUNTS in in mm mm RES TEL RES C V VOLT C V VOLT PRE-REG.0/S V 1.SPECTRAL DENSITY SDL .0/S V 1.RESERV MON TOOL SDDT/NAV .SPECTRAL DENSITY SDL .SPECTRAL DENSITY SDL .DIRECTIONAL SDDT/NAV .0/S 1.0/S 1.SPECTRAL DENSITY SDL .0/S 1.DIRECTIONAL SDDT/NAV .Serv_Name RMT-ELITE .DIRECTIONAL SDDT/NAV .DIRECTIONAL SDDT/NAV .0/S 1.0/S 1.0/S G G deg deg deg mS 1. WINDOW COUNTS HSDL SS DENSITY WINDOW COUNTS 1. TEMPERATURE 5 VOLT REFERENCE PLUS 15 VOLTS NEAR QUALITY SDL QUALITY LONG PAD TEMPERATURE HSDL LS BARITE WINOW COUNTS C V V C V V INP INP TEL RES RES TEL RES 9-34 Mnemonics .0/S 1.0/S 1.0/S 1.DIRECTIONAL SDDT/NAV .DIRECTIONAL SDDT/NAV .SPECTRAL DENSITY SDL .0/S 1.0/S 1.DIRECTIONAL SDL .0/S RES RES RES RES RES INP TEL INP TEL TEL INP TEL TEL TEL TEL TEL TEL RES V V V V MINUS 5 VOLTS ANALOG MINUS 15 VOLTS HSDL LS DENSITY WINDOW COUNTS V V V V INP INP RES CPS CPS NEAR BARITE UNFILTERED SDL QUALITY SHORT HSDL SS PEAK WINDOW COUNTS HSDL SS LITH.SPECTRAL DENSITY SDL .SPECTRAL DENSITY SDL .DIRECTIONAL SDDT/NAV .0/S 1.SPECTRAL DENSITY SDL .SPECTRAL DENSITY SDL .SPECTRAL DENSITY SDL .SPECTRAL DENSITY SDL .SPECTRAL DENSITY SDL .DIRECTIONAL SDDT/NAV .DIRECTIONAL SDDT/NAV .SPECTRAL DENSITY SDL .0/S 1.SPECTRAL DENSITY SDL .DIRECTIONAL SDDT/NAV . TIME BASE NEAR ABOVE NEAR HIGH VOLTAGE NEAR LITHOLOGY UNFILTERED NEAR CESIUM LOW NEAR LITHOLOGY UNFILTERED NEAR LITHOLOGY NEAR PEAK NEAR CESIUM HI NEAR DENSITY NEAR VALLEY NEAR BARITE FAR QUALITY G G deg deg deg mS 1.SPECTRAL DENSITY SDL .DIRECTIONAL SDDT/NAV .DIRECTIONAL SDDT/NAV .SPECTRAL DENSITY SDL .SPECTRAL DENSITY SDL .SPECTRAL DENSITY SDL .0/S 1.SPECTRAL DENSITY SDL .SPECTRAL DENSITY SDL .SPECTRAL DENSITY SDL .0/S 1.SPECTRAL DENSITY LIS Mnem FGAO AZI1 MAGQ TEMP RBX RB MAGZ MAGX AX HAZI MAGY ACCQ AY AZ AZI1 AZIX DEVI DXTM NAB NHV NLU NLO NLIU NLI NPK NHI NDE NVA NBA QF M5AN M15V LDWC NBAU QS SPWC SLWC SDWC SDSO SDC1 SBWC PRTM REF5 P15V QN QL PTMP LBWC LISU_ eng LISU_ met Description FAR GAIN OK Mnem FGAOK AZI1 MAGQ TEMP RBX RB MAGZ MAGX AX HAZI MAGY ACCQ AY AZ AZI1 AZIX DEVI DXTM NAB NHV NLIU NLO NLIU NLI NPK NHI NDE NVA NBA QF MI5AN MI15V LDENWD NBAU QS SPEKWD SLITWD SDENW D SDSO CALIP SBARWD PRTMP REF5 P15 QN QL PTMP LBARWD DLISU_ Eng DLISU_ Met Type_ Data RES DEG DEG PAD 1 AZIMUTH MAGNETOMETER SUM OF SQUARES deg deg RES RES DEGC DEG DEG DEGC DEG DEG NAVIGATION TEMPERATURE AUXILIARY ROTATION RELATIVE BEARING MAGNETOMETER Z-AXIS MAGNETOMETER X-AXIS degC deg deg degC deg deg RES RES RES RES RES G DEG G DEG ACCELEROMETER X-AXIS DRIFT / HOLE AZIMUTH MAGNETOMETER Y-AXIS ACCELEROMETER SUM OF SQUARES G deg G deg RES RES RES RES G G DEG DEG DEG MS CPS V CPS CPS CPS CPS CPS CPS CPS CPS CPS G G DEG DEG DEG MS CPS V CPS CPS CPS CPS CPS CPS CPS CPS CPS ACCELEROMETER Y-AXIS ACCELEROMETER Z-AXIS REFERENCED AZIMUTH AUXILIARY AZIMUTH DRIFT ANGLE Z-ACCELEROMETER.0/S 1.DIRECTIONAL SDDT/NAV .SPECTRAL DENSITY SDL .DIRECTIONAL SDDT/NAV .SPECTRAL DENSITY SDL .0/S 1.DIRECTIONAL SDDT/NAV .SPECTRAL DENSITY SDL .0/S 1.

SPECTRAL DENSITY SDL .m ohm.m ohm.SPECTRAL DENSITY SDL .0/S 1.SIX ELECT DIPMETER LIS Mnem PE P5AN RHOB DLIM EDLI EDCT EDCP EDCN DRHO DPHS EDMF DPHD DPE DCOM DC10 CORP 5VD CORM ITMP PROU DPHI FDE DCOP EDPD FPK FLO FLI FHI FVA FBA EDPS EDPH FHV EDPL FAB EMPE EMRH EPE EPMF ERHO PDD2 MAGZ MAGY P2B1 P3B1 P4B1 P5B1 P6B1 PDD1 LISU_ eng LISU_ met Description PHOTO-ELECTRIC FACTOR Mnem PE PL5AN RHOB DLIM EDLI EDCT EDCP EDCN DRHO DPHS EDMF DPHD DPE DCOR_M DCB10 CORP 5VD CORM ITMP PROUT DPHI FDE DCOR_P EDPD FPK FLO FLI FHI FVA FBA EDPS EDPH FHV EDPL FAB EMPE EMRH EPE EPMF ERHO PDD2 MAGZ MAGY P2B1 P3B1 P4B1 P5B1 P6B1 PDD1 DLISU_ Eng DLISU_ Met Type_ Data RES V G/C3 DECP DECP G/CC G/CC G/CC G/C3 DECP V K/M3 DECP DECP K/M3 K/M3 K/M3 K/M3 DECP Plus 5 Volts Analog BULK DENSITY DENSITY POROSITY.0/S RES TEL TEL TEL TEL TEL TEL RES RES INP RES TEL RES G/CC KG/M3 EVR BULK DENSITY .SPECTRAL DENSITY SDL .SPECTRAL DENSITY SDL .SPECTRAL DENSITY SDL .0/S 100 pu 1.SIX ELECT DIPMETER SED .SPECTRAL DENSITY SDL .SPECTRAL DENSITY SDL .0/S 1. EVR FAR HIGH VOLTAGE EVR DENSITY LIME POROSITY FAR ABOVE EVR PE .SPECTRAL DENSITY SDL .SPECTRAL DENSITY SDL .SPECTRAL DENSITY SDL .SPECTRAL DENSITY SDL . EVR EVR DENSITY CORRECTION TOTAL EVR DENSITY CORRECTION POS.SPECTRAL DENSITY SDL .SIX ELECT DIPMETER SED .SPECTRAL DENSITY SDL .SPECTRAL DENSITY SDL .SPECTRAL DENSITY SDL . RESISTIVITY SED PAD #1 RESISTIVITY (FAST) ohm.SPECTRAL DENSITY SDL .SIX ELECT DIPMETER SED .m ohm.SPECTRAL DENSITY SDL . EVR FAR PEAK FAR CESIUM LOW FAR LITHOLOGY FAR CESIUM HIGH FAR VALLEY FAR BARITE DENSITY POROSITY SAND.MIN FILT 100 pu 1.SPECTRAL DENSITY SDL .SPECTRAL DENSITY SDL . LIMESTONE DENSITY POROSITY LIME.0/S 1.0/S 1.0/S 1.SPECTRAL DENSITY SDL .SPECTRAL DENSITY SDL .SPECTRAL DENSITY SDL .SPECTRAL DENSITY SDL . RESISTIVITY SED PAD #3.m KG/M3 ohm.SPECTRAL DENSITY SDL .0/S 1.EVR PROCESSED SED PAD #2 RESISTIVITY (FAST) MAGNETOMETER Z-AXIS MAGNETOMETER Y-AXIS G/CC ohm.SIX ELECT DIPMETER SED .Serv_Name SDL .SIX ELECT DIPMETER SED .0/S 1. RESISTIVITY SED PAD #4.SPECTRAL DENSITY SDL .SPECTRAL DENSITY SDL . DOLOMITE PE CORRECTION DENSITY CORRECTION MINUS 100 pu 100 pu RES RES RES V V DCB 10 Volt Reference DENSITY CORRECTION PLUS V V INP RES V V 5 Volt DENSITY CORRECTION MINUS INSTRUMENT TEMPERATURE V V INP RES TEL V DECP CPS V DECP CPS Pre Reg OUT DENSITY POROSITY FAR DENSITY DENSITY CORRECTION PLUS V 100 pu 1. RESISTIVITY SED PAD #5.SPECTRAL DENSITY SDL .SPECTRAL DENSITY SDL .SPECTRAL DENSITY SDL .m ohm.SPECTRAL DENSITY SDL .m RES RES RES RES RES RES Mnemonics 9-35 . SANDSTONE EVR MINIMUM FILTERING V g/cm3 100 pu 100 pu GM/CC GM/CC GM/CC g/cm3 100 pu V Kg/m3 100 pu 100 pu KG/M3 KG/M3 KG/M3 Kg/m3 100 pu INP RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES DECP DECP DENSITY POROSITY.0/S INP RES TEL RES DECP CPS CPS CPS CPS CPS CPS DECP DECP V DECP CPS DECP CPS CPS CPS CPS CPS CPS DECP DECP V DECP CPS DENSITY POROSITY DOLO.SPECTRAL DENSITY SDL .SPECTRAL DENSITY SDL . EVR DENSITY POROSITY.m ohm.SPECTRAL DENSITY SDL .SPECTRAL DENSITY SDL .m ohm.0/S 100 pu 100 pu V 100 pu 1.SIX ELECT DIPMETER SED .m ohm.0/S 1.SPECTRAL DENSITY SDL .0/S 1.0/S V 100 pu 1.SPECTRAL DENSITY SDL .m ohm.m ohm.m ohm.SPECTRAL DENSITY SDL .SIX ELECT DIPMETER SED . EVR DENSITY CORRECTION NEG.SIX ELECT DIPMETER SED .0/S 1. RESISTIVITY SED PAD #6. DENSITY CORRECTION DENSITY POROSITY.m ohm.MIN FILT PE EVR EVR PE MINIMUM FILTERING G/CC KG/M3 RES RES RES G/CC OHMM KG/M3 OHMM BULK DENSITY .m RES RES RES RES OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM SED PAD #2.SPECTRAL DENSITY SED .0/S 100 pu 100 pu V 100 pu 1.SPECTRAL DENSITY SDL .SPECTRAL DENSITY SDL .

SEQ FORM TESTER SFT .SIX ELECT DIPMETER SED .SIX ELECT DIPMETER SED .SIX ELECT DIPMETER SED . PROFILE 1 (FAST) deg in in 8.m ohm.SIX ELECT DIPMETER SED .SIX ELECT DIPMETER SED .m ohm.SIX ELECT DIPMETER SED .SIX ELECT DIPMETER SED .SEQ FORM TESTER SFT .SIX ELECT DIPMETER SFT .m V Type_ Data RES RES RES RES RES RES RES DEG G DEG G PAD #1 ROTATION SED Z ACCELEROMETER (FAST) MAGNETOMETER X-AXIS SED PAD #2.SIX ELECT DIPMETER SED .m ohm.SEQ FORM TESTER SFT .SIX ELECT DIPMETER SED .SIX ELECT DIPMETER SED .SIX ELECT DIPMETER SED .SIX ELECT DIPMETER SED .SEQ FORM TESTER SFT .m ohm.SIX ELECT DIPMETER SED . PROFILE 1 (FAST) in in deg mm mm deg RES RES RES RES DEGF DEG C DEGF DEG C SFT TRANSDUCER TEMPERATURE SFT TRANSDUCER TEMP SAMPLE SHUTIN LOGICAL degF DEG C degF DEG C RES RES RES DEGF DEGC FT PSI CC LB DEGF DEGC M KPA CC KG SFT INSTRUMENT TEMPERATURE SFT INSTRUMENT TEMPERATURE SFT SET DEPTH STRAIN GAUGE PRESSURE PRETEST VOLUME LINE TENSION (SURFACE) HSFT Event degF degC ft psi 0.01 L lbm degF degC m Kpa 0.SEQ FORM TESTER SFT .SIX ELECT DIPMETER SED .SIX ELECT DIPMETER SED .3 mS RES RES RES INP RES RES IN IN DEG MM MM DEG SED AVERAGE CALIPER SED CALIPER ARM #1 (RADIUS X2) DRIFT AZIMUTH SED PAD #6.SEQ FORM TESTER LIS Mnem P1B1 PDD3 PDD4 PDD5 PDD6 PDDV PRES RB ZACC MAGX F2B1 TEMP CAL3 ACCX ACCY F4B1 MAGQ C14 C25 C36 CAL2 CAL4 CAL5 CAL6 F5B1 DEVI DMAX DMIN DXTM F1B1 F3B1 CALA CAL1 HAZI F6B1 STTF STTC SSI SITF SITC SDEP RPRE SAMP TENS HSFE SDD TLPS TMIN TPT LISU_ eng OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM V LISU_ met OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM V Description SED PAD #1 RESISTIVITY SED PAD #3 RESISTIVITY (FAST) SED PAD #4 RESISTIVITY (FAST) SED PAD #5 RESISTIVITY (FAST) SED PAD #6 RESISTIVITY (FAST) SED PAD VOLTAGE SED PAD FORCE Mnem P1B1 PDD3 PDD4 PDD5 PDD6 PDDV PRES RB ZACC MAGX F2B1 TEMP CAL3 ACCX ACCY F4B1 MAGQ C14 C25 C36 CAL2 CAL4 CAL5 CAL6 F5B1 DEVI DMAX DMIN DXTM F1B1 F3B1 CALA CAL1 HAZI F6B1 STTF STTC SSI SITF SITC SDEP RPRE SAMP TENS HSFE SDD TLPS TMIN TPT DLISU_ Eng ohm.SIX ELECT DIPMETER SED .SEQ FORM TESTER SFT .SIX ELECT DIPMETER SED .m ohm.SIX ELECT DIPMETER SED .SIX ELECT DIPMETER SED . PROFILE 1 (FAST) in in in in in in in mm mm mm mm mm mm mm RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES DEG IN IN 08.SIX ELECT DIPMETER SED . PROFILE 1 (FAST) SED PAD #3.m V DLISU_ Met ohm.SIX ELECT DIPMETER SED .SIX ELECT DIPMETER SED .3MS DRIFT ANGLE SED MAXIMUM CALIPER PAIR SED MINIMUM CALIPER PAIR SED Z-ACCELEROMETER.m ohm.SIX ELECT DIPMETER SED .SEQ FORM TESTER SFT .SIX ELECT DIPMETER SED .SIX ELECT DIPMETER SED .m ohm.SEQ FORM TESTER SFT .SIX ELECT DIPMETER SED .SEQ FORM TESTER SFT .SEQ FORM TESTER SFT .01 L Kg RES RES RES RES RES RES RES PSI KPA SFT SAMPLE DRAWDOWN TOOL POSITION psi Kpa RES RES MN MN MN MN TEST TIME MINUTES PRETEST TIME min min min min RES RES 9-36 Mnemonics .SIX ELECT DIPMETER SED . TIME BASE SED PAD #1. PROFILE 1 (FAST) deg G deg G RES RES RES RES DEGC IN G G DEGC MM G G NAVIGATION TEMPERATURE SED CALIPER ARM #3 (RADIUS X2) ACCELEROMETER X-AXIS ACCELEROMETER Y-AXIS SED PAD #4.m ohm.SIX ELECT DIPMETER SED .SEQ FORM TESTER SFT . PROFILE 1 (FAST) MAGNETOMETER SUM OF SQUARES degC in G G degC mm G G RES RES RES RES RES RES IN IN IN IN IN IN IN MM MM MM MM MM MM MM SED CALIPER PAIR 1-4 SED CALIPER PAIR 2-5 SED CALIPER PAIR 3-6 SED CALIPER ARM #2 (RADIUS X2) SED CALIPER ARM #4 (RADIUS X2) SED CALIPER ARM #5 (RADIUS X2) SED CALIPER ARM #6 (RADIUS X2) SED PAD #5.SIX ELECT DIPMETER SED .3 mS deg mm mm 8.SIX ELECT DIPMETER SED .Serv_Name SED .SIX ELECT DIPMETER SED .SIX ELECT DIPMETER SED .SEQ FORM TESTER SFT .SIX ELECT DIPMETER SED .SIX ELECT DIPMETER SED .3MS DEG MM MM 08.SEQ FORM TESTER SFT .

SEQ FORM TESTER SFT .SEQ FORM TESTER SFT .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .SEQ FORM TESTER SFT .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY LIS Mnem TSAM TSEC TSI TTMP STRA HYDP HTF PTTH PROD DMV KHOR PTHS ATXT ATIM DIV FTHU FTON FTTE FTTH HORT KD PBUP PRDD PTHO PHDS PSBU PTEN PRES PPSI PPSI PONE PHUN PHST PHFL RICL NSG6 QW RIN PHIT OBI OB66 RINC OAI RICF LISU_ eng MN S MN DEGF PSI PSI PSI PSI PSI V MD PSI LISU_ met MN S MN DEGF KPA KPA KPA KPA KPA V MD KPA Description SFT SAMPLE TIME SECONDS INTO TEST SHUTIN TIME HSFT TRANSDUCER TEMPERATURE STRAIN PRESSURE HSFT HYDRAULIC PRESSURE HONER BUILD UP DITS PRESSURE TEN THOUSANDS DRAW DOWN PRESSURE SFT DOWNHOLE MOTOR VOLTAGE HORNER PERMEABILITY PRESSURE TENTHS ASCII ACTION EVENTS ASCII ELAPSED TIME Mnem TSAM TSEC TSI TTMP STRA HYDP HTF PTTH PROD DMV KHOR PTHS A_TEXT A_TIME DIV FTHU FTON FTTE FTTH HORT KD PBUP PRDD PTHO PHDS PSBU PTEN PRES PPSI PPSI PONE PHUN PHST PHFL RINCL NSG6 QW RIN PHIT OBI OB66 RINC OAI RICF DLISU_ Eng min S min degF psi psi psi psi psi V mD psi DLISU_ Met min S min degF Kpa Kpa Kpa Kpa Kpa V mD Kpa Type_ Data RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES V PSI PSI PSI PSI V KPA KPA KPA KPA SFT INSTRUMENT VOLTAGE STRAIN PRESSURE HUNDREDS STRAIN PRESSURE ONES STRAIN PRESSURE TENS STRAIN PRESSURE THOUSANDS HORNER TIME (DIMENSIONLESS) V psi psi psi psi V Kpa Kpa Kpa Kpa RES RES RES RES RES RES MD PSI PSI PSI PSI PSI PSI PSI PSI PSI PSI PSI PSI PSI MD KPA KPA KPA KPA KPA KPA KPA KPA KPA KPA KPA KPA KPA DRAWDOWN PERMEABILITY SFT PRETEST BUILDUP DRAW DOWN PRESSURE PRESSURE THOUSANDS PRESSURE HUNDREDTHS SAMPLE BUILDUP PRESSURE TENS TOTAL PRESSURE SFT PREVIOUS SHUT-IN PRESSURE SFT PREVIOUS SHUT-IN PRESSURE SFT PRESSURE ONES PRESSURE HUNDREDS SFT HYDROSTATIC PRESSURE SFT HYDRAULIC PRESSURE ALOG10(RINC) NEAR GATE 6 CNTS UNFILTERED WATER FLOW RATE RATIO NEAR TO FAR INELASTIC POROSITY FROM NEAR/FAR RATIO OXYGEN BACKGROUND OB66 RATIO N NET INEL TO F NET INEL OXYGEN ACTIVATION RATIO FAR TO FAR COUNTS mD psi psi psi psi psi psi psi psi psi psi psi psi psi mD Kpa Kpa Kpa Kpa Kpa Kpa Kpa Kpa Kpa Kpa Kpa Kpa Kpa RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES Mnemonics 9-37 .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .SEQ FORM TESTER SFT .SEQ FORM TESTER SFT .SEQ FORM TESTER SFT .SEQ FORM TESTER SFT .SEQ FORM TESTER SFT .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .SEQ FORM TESTER TMD-L .Serv_Name SFT .SEQ FORM TESTER SFT .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .SEQ FORM TESTER SFT .SEQ FORM TESTER SFT .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .SEQ FORM TESTER SFT .SEQ FORM TESTER SFT .SEQ FORM TESTER SFT .SEQ FORM TESTER SFT .SEQ FORM TESTER SFT .SEQ FORM TESTER SFT .SEQ FORM TESTER SFT .SEQ FORM TESTER SFT .SEQ FORM TESTER SFT .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .SEQ FORM TESTER SFT .SEQ FORM TESTER SFT .SEQ FORM TESTER SFT .SEQ FORM TESTER SFT .SEQ FORM TESTER SFT .SEQ FORM TESTER SFT .SEQ FORM TESTER SFT .SEQ FORM TESTER SFT .SEQ FORM TESTER SFT .SEQ FORM TESTER SFT .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .SEQ FORM TESTER SFT .SEQ FORM TESTER SFT .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .SEQ FORM TESTER SFT .

THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .Serv_Name TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY LIS Mnem O194 O114 NTMD NSG3 NSGI NSG5 NSG4 RINL SGIN NSG2 NSG1 NSIN SGNU NSBU INOX YSI YFE YCA Y4 WBUF TNGT TNA TFGT SGFN TFA ROA SGFU SGFM SGFF SGBN SGBF RTMD RTBF LISU_ eng LISU_ met Description OA194 OA114 NEAR COUNTRATE NEAR GATE 3 CNTS UNFILTERED NEAR GATE I NEAR GATE 5 CNTS UNFILTERED NEAR GATE 4 CNTS UNFILTERED Log(RIN) Mnem OA194 OA114 NTMD NSG3 NSGI NSG5 NSG4 RINL SGIN NSG2 NSG1 NSIN SGNU NSBU INOX YSI YFE YCA Y4 WBUF TNGT TNA TFGT SGFN TFA ROA SGFU SGFM SGFF SGBN SGBF RTMD RTBF DLISU_ Eng DLISU_ Met Type_ Data RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES CU CU INTRINSIC FORMATION SIGMA NEAR GATE 2 CNTS UNFILTERED NEAR GATE 1CNTS UNFILTERED cu CU RES RES RES CU CU NEAR INELASTIC COUNTS NEAR SIGMA STATISTIC NEAR BACKGROUND UNFILTERED OXYGEN VALUE YIELD SILICATE YIELD IRON YIELD CARBONATE YIELD EXTRA Work Space Buffer NEAR SPACED UNFILTERED TOTAL NEAR ACTIVATION FAR SPACED GATES cu CU RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES INP RES INP CU CU NEAR FORMATION SIGMA TOTAL FAR ACTIVATION RATIO OXYGEN ACTIVATION FAR SIGMA STATISTIC cu CU RES RES RES RES CU CU CU CU CU CU CU CU CORRECTED FORMATION SIGMA FAR FORMATION SIGMA NEAR BOREHOLE SIGMA FAR BOREHOLE SIGMA RATIO NEAR TO FAR COUNTRATE RATIO NEAR BORE TO FORM AMP cu cu cu cu CU CU CU CU RES RES RES RES RES RES 9-38 Mnemonics .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .

THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .SECOND ESCAPE EVR RATIO NEAR/FAR COUNTRATE DELTA SIGMA FORMATION DIFFUSION CORRECTED SIGMA FORM FAR BOREHOLE AMPLITUDE NEAR BOREHOLE AMPLITUDE BACKGROUND SPECTRUM SPECTRUM SUMS BOREHOLE SPECTRUM COMPTON RATIO CORRECTED RATIO gAPI gAPI RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES INP RES INP RES RES DEGF DEGC INTERNAL INSTRUMENT TEMPERATUR NEAR BACKGROUND FILTERED IRON EDGE CATION VALUE NEAR NET INELASTIC COUNT RATE degF degC RES RES RES RES RES Mnemonics 9-39 .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .EVR EVR FAR COUNTS EVR FAR INELASTIC COUNTS EVR CORR RATIO COUNT FLOW DETECTION INDICATOR OXYGEN CHANNEL .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY LIS Mnem ROAT ROAS ROAG TFGT E510 FACT ESGN ESGF ESFM ERIN ERIC ENTM EGR EFTM EFSI ECRN FDX E645 ERAT DSIG DCSF ABTF ABTN BACK BKSM BORE CRAT CRNF ITMP NSBF E665 INCA NNIN LISU_ eng LISU_ met Description RATIO OXYGEN ACTIVATION TOTAL RATIO OXY ACTIVATION SPECTRAL RATIO OXYGEN ACTIVATION GAMMA FAR SPACED UNFILTERED E510 FAT ACTIVATION SPECTRUM Mnem ROAT ROAS ROAG TFGT E510 FACT ESGN ESGF ESFM ERIN ERIC ENTM EGR EFTM EFSI ECRN FDX E645 ERAT DSIG DCSF ABTF ABTN BACK BKSM BORE CRAT CRNF ITMP NSBF E665 INCA NNIN DLISU_ Eng DLISU_ Met Type_ Data RES RES RES INP RES INP CU CU CU CU CU CU EVR SIGMA NEAR EVR SIGMA FORMATION FAR EVR SIGMA FORMATION CORRECTED EVR RATIO INEL COUNTS EVR RATIO INEL/FS COUNTS EVR NEAR COUNTS cu cu cu CU CU CU RES RES RES RES RES RES GAPI GAPI NATURAL GAMMA RAY .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .Serv_Name TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .

WAVESONIC WSTT .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .WAVESONIC WSTT .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .Serv_Name TMD-L .WAVESONIC LIS Mnem NFTR NACT KATO ENSI INEL FFTR GRA GENV FVT FVS FVG FV FTMD FSG1 FNIN IONI FSIN FORM FSBU FSG2 FSG3 FSG4 FSG5 FSG6 FSGI FSBF SBY YSBP SBX SPHI VPVX VPVY WVST XDT2 XSBP XSH LISU_ eng LISU_ met Description NEAR FIT ERROR NEAR ACTIVATION SPECTRUM RATIO CATION/OXYGEN VALUE EVR NEAR INELASTIC COUNTS INELASTIC SPECTRUM FAR FIT ERROR Mnem NFTR NACT KATO ENSI INEL FFTR GRA GENV FVT FVS FVG FV FTMD FSG1 FNIN IONI FSIN FORM FSBU FSG2 FSG3 FSG4 FSG5 FSG6 FSGI FSBF SBY YSBP SBX SPHI VPVX VPVY WVST XDT2 XSBP XSH DLISU_ Eng DLISU_ Met Type_ Data RES INP RES RES INP RES API VOLTS API VOLTS GAMMA RAY TMD FILTERED GENERATOR VOLTS FLOW VELOCITY TOTAL FLOW VELOCITY SPECTRAL FLOW VELOCITY GAMMA FLOW VELOCITY FAR COUNTRATE FAR GATE 1 CNTS UNFILTERED FAR NET INELASTIC COUNT RATE gAPI VOLTS gAPI VOLTS RES INP RES RES RES RES RES RES RES MA MA ION CURRENT FAR INELASTIC COUNTS FORMATION SPECTRUM FAR BACKGROUND UNFILTERED FAR GATE 2 CNTS UNFILTERED FAR GATE 3 CNTS UNFILTERED FAR GATE 4 CNTS UNFILTERED FAR GATE 5 CNTS UNFILTERED FAR GATE 6 CNTS UNFILTERED FAR GATE I FAR BACKGROUND FILTERED Y B-D PRES WAVEFORM SEMBLANCE Y SEMBLANCE VALUE OF PEAK X A-C PRES WAVEFORM SEMBLANCE MA MA INP RES INP RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES INP INP INP DECP DECP SONIC POROSITY VELOCITY RATIO X VELOCITY RATIO Y XACT FORMAT DATA STRUCTURE X DIPOLE PEAK SLOWNESS 2 X SEMBLANCE VALUE OF PEAK X DIPOLE UPPER SLOWNESS 100 pu 100 pu RES INP INP INP INP INP INP 9-40 Mnemonics .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .WAVESONIC WSTT .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .WAVESONIC WSTT .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY WSTT .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .WAVESONIC WSTT .WAVESONIC WSTT .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .WAVESONIC WSTT .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .WAVESONIC WSTT .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .WAVESONIC WSTT .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .THERMAL MULTIGATE DECAY TMD-L .

EXT RANGE MICRO IMAGING XRMI/XROMI .WAVESONIC WSTT .WAVESONIC WSTT .WAVESONIC WSTT .FAST BUTTON ARRAY OMI #1 .WAVESONIC WSTT .WAVESONIC XRMI/XROMI .WAVESONIC WSTT .EXT RANGE MICRO IMAGING XRMI/XROMI .m ohm.WAVESONIC WSTT .WAVESONIC WSTT .WAVESONIC WSTT .m ohm.WAVESONIC WSTT .EXT RANGE MICRO IMAGING XRMI/XROMI .WAVESONIC WSTT .WAVESONIC WSTT .WAVESONIC WSTT .EXT RANGE MICRO IMAGING XRMI/XROMI .WAVESONIC WSTT .m ohm.WAVESONIC WSTT .EXT RANGE MICRO IMAGING XRMI/XROMI .m ohm.EXT RANGE MICRO IMAGING LIS Mnem XSL YDT YMUT YSH YSL XDT SBM YDT2 DXRV PRY XMUT DXLV DPSY DPSX D2CT D1CT ACQN DXXW DYLV DYRV DYYW FAZI MSH PNSA PRX CONF MCNT MWRV MSL MWV MSBP MMUT MIT MDT2 MDT MWLV OMIS OMI4 P1B1 OMI6 OMI5 OMI3 OMI2 OMI1 ITMP LISU_ eng LISU_ met Description X DIPOLE LOWER SLOWNESS Y DIPOLE PEAK SLOWNESS Y DIPOLE MUTE Y DIPOLE UPPER SLOWNESS Y DIPOLE LOWER SLOWNESS X DIPOLE PEAK SLOWNESS MONO PRES WAVEFORM SEMBLANCE Y DIPOLE PEAK SLOWNESS 2 DIPOLE X WAVE RIGHT VALUE POISSON"S RATIO Y X DIPOLE MUTE DIPOLE X WAVE LEFT VALUE DIPOLE SOURCE Y STRUCTURE DIPOLE SOURCE X STRUCTURE DIPOLE 2 COMPRESSED WORD COUNT DIPOLE 1 COMPRESSED WORD COUNT ACQUISITION NUMBER X DIPOLE A-C #1 PRES WAVEFORM DIPOLE Y LEFT VALUE DIPOLE Y RIGHT VALUE Y DIPOLE B-D #1 PRES WAVEFORM DIRECTION OF FAST SHEAR WAVE MONOPOLE UPPER SLOWNESS % ANISOTROPY POISSON"S RATIO X CONFIDENCE OF THE MEASUREMENT MONOPOLE COMPRESSED WORD COUNT MONOPOLE WAVE RIGHT VALUE MONOPOLE LOWER SLOWNESS MONOPOLE REC #1 PRES WAVEFORM MONO SEMBLANCE VALUE OF PEAK MONOPOLE MUTE MIT mode MONOPOLE PEAK SLOWNESS 2 MONOPOLE PEAK SLOWNESS MONOPOLE WAVE LEFT VALUE Mnem XSL YDT YMUT YSH YSL XDT SBM YDT2 DXRV PRY XMUT DXLV DPSY DPSX D2CT D1CT ACQN DXXW DYLV DYRV DYYW FAZI MSH PNSA PRX CONF MCNT MWRV MSL MWV MSBP MMUT MITMOD MDT2 MDT MWLV OMIS OMI4 P1B1 OMI6 OMI5 OMI3 OMI2 OMI1 ITMP DLISU_ Eng DLISU_ Met Type_ Data INP INP INP INP INP INP INP INP INP INP INP INP INP INP INP INP INP INP INP INP INP INP INP INP INP INP INP INP INP INP INP INP INP INP INP INP NESW OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM DEGF NESW OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM DEGC VIEW BUTTONS IMAGE (N-E-S-W-N) OMI #4 .m degC RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES Mnemonics 9-41 .WAVESONIC WSTT .WAVESONIC WSTT .WAVESONIC WSTT .m ohm.WAVESONIC WSTT .WAVESONIC WSTT .m ohm.m ohm.WAVESONIC WSTT .FAST BUTTON ARRAY OMI #3 .WAVESONIC WSTT .m ohm.EXT RANGE MICRO IMAGING XRMI/XROMI .WAVESONIC WSTT .FAST BUTTON ARRAY INTERNAL TEMPERATURE NESW ohm.m ohm.EXT RANGE MICRO IMAGING XRMI/XROMI .WAVESONIC WSTT .EXT RANGE MICRO IMAGING XRMI/XROMI .WAVESONIC WSTT .WAVESONIC WSTT .WAVESONIC WSTT .WAVESONIC WSTT .WAVESONIC WSTT .FAST BUTTON ARRAY PAD #1 RESISTIVITY OMI #6 .WAVESONIC WSTT .WAVESONIC WSTT .FAST BUTTON ARRAY OMI #5 .WAVESONIC WSTT .WAVESONIC WSTT .WAVESONIC WSTT .WAVESONIC WSTT .m degF NESW ohm.Serv_Name WSTT .m ohm.WAVESONIC WSTT .m ohm.FAST BUTTON ARRAY OMI #2 .m ohm.

EXT RANGE MICRO IMAGING XRMI/XROMI .EXT RANGE MICRO IMAGING XRMI/XROMI .m NESW ohm.FAST RAW VOLTAGE ROMI #6 .m mm mm mm m3 m3 mm m3 mm G G G G RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES INP INP INP RES 9-42 Mnemonics .EXT RANGE MICRO IMAGING LIS Mnem F5B1 P2B1 ZACC F6B1 P3B1 P4B1 P5B1 P6B1 PADS ROM1 ROM2 ROM3 ROM4 ROM5 ROM6 F4B1 XRAZ DMIN XRAZ AHV EDD1 C36 C25 C14 BHVT BHV CAL2 AHVT CAL3 ACZU ACYU ACXU ACCZ LISU_ eng LISU_ met Description SED PAD #5.EXT RANGE MICRO IMAGING XRMI/XROMI .EXT RANGE MICRO IMAGING XRMI/XROMI .m G ohm.EXT RANGE MICRO IMAGING XRMI/XROMI .FAST RAW VOLTAGE ROMI #5 . PROFILE 1 (FAST) ohm.m ohm.EXT RANGE MICRO IMAGING XRMI/XROMI .EXT RANGE MICRO IMAGING XRMI/XROMI .FAST RAW VOLTAGE ROMI #4 .FAST RAW VOLTAGE SED PAD #4.FAST RAW VOLTAGE ROMI #2 .EXT RANGE MICRO IMAGING XRMI/XROMI .EXT RANGE MICRO IMAGING XRMI/XROMI .EXT RANGE MICRO IMAGING XRMI/XROMI .EXT RANGE MICRO IMAGING XRMI/XROMI .EXT RANGE MICRO IMAGING XRMI/XROMI .FAST RAW VOLTAGE ROMI #3 .m ohm.Serv_Name XRMI/XROMI .EXT RANGE MICRO IMAGING XRMI/XROMI .EXT RANGE MICRO IMAGING XRMI/XROMI .EXT RANGE MICRO IMAGING XRMI/XROMI .EXT RANGE MICRO IMAGING XRMI/XROMI .EXT RANGE MICRO IMAGING XRMI/XROMI .EXT RANGE MICRO IMAGING XRMI/XROMI .EXT RANGE MICRO IMAGING XRMI/XROMI .m ohm.m ohm.EXT RANGE MICRO IMAGING XRMI/XROMI .m ohm.m G RES RES RES OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM NESW OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM NESW PAD #3 RESISTIVITY PAD #4 RESISTIVITY PAD #5 RESISTIVITY PAD #6 RESISTIVITY VIEW BUTTONS IMAGE (N-E-S-W-N) ROMI #1 .EXT RANGE MICRO IMAGING XRMI/XROMI . PROFILE 1 (FAST) XRMI AZIMUTH ohm.EXT RANGE MICRO IMAGING XRMI/XROMI .EXT RANGE MICRO IMAGING XRMI/XROMI .EXT RANGE MICRO IMAGING XRMI/XROMI .m ohm.EXT RANGE MICRO IMAGING XRMI/XROMI .EXT RANGE MICRO IMAGING XRMI/XROMI .EXT RANGE MICRO IMAGING XRMI/XROMI .EXT RANGE MICRO IMAGING XRMI/XROMI .EXT RANGE MICRO IMAGING XRMI/XROMI .m in in in ft3 ft3 in ft3 in G G G G m3 ohm. PROFILE 1 (FAST) Mnem F5B1 P2B1 ZACC F6B1 P3B1 P4B1 P5B1 P6B1 XPADS ROMI1 ROMI2 ROMI3 ROMI4 ROMI5 ROMI6 F4B1 EMIAZ DMIN EMIAZ AHV EDD1 C36 C25 C14 BHVT BHV CAL2 AHVT CAL3 ACZU ACYU ACXU ACCZ DLISU_ Eng DLISU_ Met Type_ Data RES OHMM G OHMM G PAD #2 RESISTIVITY Z ACCELEROMETER (FAST) SED PAD #6.m NESW RES RES RES RES RES INP INP INP INP INP INP RES INP IN MM XRMI MINIMUM CALIPER PAIR XRMI AZIMUTH in mm RES INP FT3 OHMM IN IN IN FT3 FT3 IN FT3 IN G G G G M3 OHMM MM MM MM M3 M3 MM M3 MM G G G G ANNULAR HOLE VOLUME MARK PAD #1 RESISTIVITY (FAST) XRMI CALIPER PAIR 3-6 XRMI CALIPER PAIR 2-5 XRMI CALIPER PAIR 1-4 BOREHOLE VOLUME TOTAL BOREHOLE VOLUME MARK XRMI CALIPER ARM #2 (DIAMETER) ANNULAR HOLE VOLUME TOTAL XRMI CALIPER ARM #3 (DIAMETER) ACCELEROMETER Z UNFILTERED ACCELEROMETER Y UNFILTERED ACCELEROMETER X UNFILTERED ACCELEROMETER Z-AXIS ft3 ohm.EXT RANGE MICRO IMAGING XRMI/XROMI .EXT RANGE MICRO IMAGING XRMI/XROMI .EXT RANGE MICRO IMAGING XRMI/XROMI .

PROFILE 1 (FAST) XRMI LAST TOOL COMMAND deg 8.EXT RANGE MICRO IMAGING XRMI/XROMI .EXT RANGE MICRO IMAGING XRMI/XROMI .EXT RANGE MICRO IMAGING XRMI/XROMI .EXT RANGE MICRO IMAGING XRMI/XROMI .3MS PAD #1 AZIMUTH Z ACCELEROMETER (FAST) TIME-MS SED PAD #2.EXT RANGE MICRO IMAGING XRMI/XROMI .EXT RANGE MICRO IMAGING LIS Mnem ACCY ACCX ACCQ AZI1 DXTM F2B1 F1B1 EMIM EDD6 EDD5 EDD4 CAL1 EDD2 F3B1 DMAX DEVI DCAL CALA CAL6 CAL5 CAL4 EDD3 LISU_ eng G G LISU_ met G G Description ACCELEROMETER Y-AXIS ACCELEROMETER X-AXIS ACCELEROMETER SUM OF SQUARES Mnem ACCY ACCX ACCQ AZI1 DXTM F2B1 F1B1 EMIM EDD6 EDD5 EDD4 CAL1 EDD2 F3B1 DMAX DEVI DCAL CALA CAL6 CAL5 CAL4 EDD3 DLISU_ Eng G G DLISU_ Met G G Type_ Data RES RES RES DEG 08.EXT RANGE MICRO IMAGING XRMI/XROMI .EXT RANGE MICRO IMAGING XRMI/XROMI .m RES RES RES RES RES RES IN DEG IN IN IN IN IN OHMM MM DEG MM MM MM MM MM OHMM XRMI MAXIMUM CALIPER PAIR DRIFT ANGLE XRMI DIFFERENTIAL CALIPER XRMI AVERAGE CALIPER XRMI CALIPER ARM #6 (DIAMETER) XRMI CALIPER ARM #5 (DIAMETER) XRMI CALIPER ARM #4 (DIAMETER) PAD #3 RESISTIVITY (FAST) in deg in in in in in ohm.EXT RANGE MICRO IMAGING XRMI/XROMI .m mm deg mm mm mm mm mm ohm. PROFILE 1 (FAST) SED PAD #1. PROFILE 1 (FAST) ohm.EXT RANGE MICRO IMAGING XRMI/XROMI .m ohm.m RES RES RES RES RES RES RES RES Mnemonics 9-43 .m ohm.EXT RANGE MICRO IMAGING XRMI/XROMI .EXT RANGE MICRO IMAGING XRMI/XROMI .EXT RANGE MICRO IMAGING XRMI/XROMI .EXT RANGE MICRO IMAGING XRMI/XROMI .EXT RANGE MICRO IMAGING XRMI/XROMI .3MS DEG 08.EXT RANGE MICRO IMAGING XRMI/XROMI .Serv_Name XRMI/XROMI .EXT RANGE MICRO IMAGING XRMI/XROMI .EXT RANGE MICRO IMAGING XRMI/XROMI .m ohm.3 mS deg 8.EXT RANGE MICRO IMAGING XRMI/XROMI .EXT RANGE MICRO IMAGING XRMI/XROMI .m in ohm.EXT RANGE MICRO IMAGING XRMI/XROMI .m ohm.3 mS RES RES RES RES INP OHMM OHMM OHMM IN OHMM OHMM OHMM OHMM MM OHMM PAD #6 RESISTIVITY (FAST) PAD #5 RESISTIVITY (FAST) PAD #4 RESISTIVITY (FAST) XRMI CALIPER ARM #1 (DIAMETER) PAD #2 RESISTIVITY (FAST) SED PAD #3.m mm ohm.EXT RANGE MICRO IMAGING XRMI/XROMI .m ohm.

Log Header Mnemonics Tool LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LIS Mnem LRU5 LSC1 LSC2 LSC3 LSC4 LSC5 LSL1 LSL2 LSL3 LSL4 LSL5 LSP1 LSP2 LSP3 LSP4 LSP5 LSR1 LSR2 LSR3 LSR4 LSR5 LSRV LTO1 LTO2 LTO3 LTO4 LTO5 LTYP LUL LUL2 LUL3 LUL4 LUN LUN2 LUN3 LUN4 MCS2 MCS3 MCS4 MCSS MCST MCT2 MCT3 MCT4 MFS2 MFS3 Mnem Description LOGGING DATA-GENERAL-RUN NO. 5 LOGGING DATA-ACOUSTIC-SCALE R 1 LOGGING DATA-ACOUSTIC-SCALE R 2 LOGGING DATA-ACOUSTIC-SCALE R 3 LOGGING DATA-ACOUSTIC-SCALE R 4 LOGGING DATA-ACOUSTIC-SCALE R 5 LOGGING DATA-NEUTRON-SCALE L 1 LOGGING DATA-NEUTRON-SCALE L 2 LOGGING DATA-NEUTRON-SCALE L 3 LOGGING DATA-NEUTRON-SCALE L 4 LOGGING DATA-NEUTRON-SCALE L 5 LOGGING DATA-GENERAL-SPEED 1 LOGGING DATA-GENERAL-SPEED 2 LOGGING DATA-GENERAL-SPEED 3 LOGGING DATA-GENERAL-SPEED 4 LOGGING DATA-GENERAL-SPEED 5 LOGGING DATA-NEUTRON-SCALE R 1 LOGGING DATA-NEUTRON-SCALE R 2 LOGGING DATA-NEUTRON-SCALE R 3 LOGGING DATA-NEUTRON-SCALE R 4 LOGGING DATA-NEUTRON-SCALE R 5 Data_Location Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character LSRV NAME OF SERVICE LOGGING DATA-GENERAL-DEPTH TO 1 LOGGING DATA-GENERAL-DEPTH TO 2 LOGGING DATA-GENERAL-DEPTH TO 3 LOGGING DATA-GENERAL-DEPTH TO 4 LOGGING DATA-GENERAL-DEPTH TO 5 LTYP LUL1 LUL2 LUL3 LUL4 LUN1 LUN2 LUN3 LUN4 MCS2 MCS3 MCS4 MCSS TMC1 TMC2 TMC3 TMC4 MFSS2 MFSS3 LOG TYPE LOGGING UNIT LOCATION LOGGING UNIT LOCATION 2 LOGGING UNIT LOCATION 3 LOGGING UNIT LOCATION 4 LOGGING UNIT NUMBER LOGGING UNIT NUMBER 2 LOGGING UNIT NUMBER 3 LOGGING UNIT NUMBER 4 MUD CAKE SAMPLE SOURCE 2 MUD CAKE SAMPLE SOURCE 3 MUD CAKE SAMPLE SOURCE 4 MUD CAKE SAMPLE SOURCE MUDCAKE SAMPLE TEMPERATURE MUDCAKE SAMPLE TEMPERATURE 2 MUDCAKE SAMPLE TEMPERATURE 3 MUDCAKE SAMPLE TEMPERATURE 4 MUD FILTRATE SAMPLE SOURCE 2 MUD FILTRATE SAMPLE SOURCE 3 9-44 Mnemonics .

EQUIP DATA: PAD TYPE 5 (OH) RES. SAMPLES: RMC . EQUIP DATA: PAD TYPE 3 (OH) RES.BHT 2 (OH) ADD. EQUIP DATA: OTHER 5 (OH) RES.BHT 1 (OH) ADD.Tool LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LIS Mnem MFS4 MFSS MFST MFT2 MFT3 MFT4 MRT MRT2 MRT3 MRT4 MSS MSS2 MSS3 MSS4 OS1 OS2 OS3 OS4 OS5 OS6 OTH1 OTH2 OTH3 OTH4 OTH5 OTH6 PDAT PGMV PT1 PT2 PT3 PT4 PT5 PT6 R1 R10 R11 R12 R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 R7 R8 ACB ACB2 ACT ACT2 Mnem MFSS4 MFSS TMF1 TMF2 TMF3 TMF4 MRT MRT2 MRT3 MRT4 MSS MSS2 MSS3 MSS4 OS1 OS2 OS3 OS4 Description MUD FILTRATE SAMPLE SOURCE 4 MUD FILTRATE SAMPLE SOURCE MUD FILTRATE SAMPLE TEMPERATURE MUD FILTRATE SAMPLE TEMPERATURE 2 MUD FILTRATE SAMPLE TEMPERATURE 3 MUD FILTRATE SAMPLE TEMPERATURE 4 MAXIMUM RECORDED TEMPERATURE MAXIMUM RECORDED TEMPERATURE 2 MAXIMUM RECORDED TEMPERATURE 3 MAXIMUM RECORDED TEMPERATURE 4 SOURCE OF MUD SAMPLE SOURCE OF MUD SAMPLE 2 SOURCE OF MUD SAMPLE 3 SOURCE OF MUD SAMPLE 4 OTHER SERVICES LINE 1 OTHER SERVICES LINE 2 OTHER SERVICES LINE 3 OTHER SERVICES LINE 4 OTHER SERVICES LINE 5 OTHER SERVICES LINE 6 RES. 1 ADD. EQUIP DATA: OTHER 3 (OH) RES. EQUIP DATA: OTHER 4 (OH) RES. EQUIP DATA: OTHER 2 (OH) RES. EQUIP DATA: PAD TYPE 2 (OH) RES. 2 Mnemonics 9-45 . SAMPLES: RMC . EQUIP DATA: OTHER 6 (OH) Data_Location Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character PDAT PERMANENT DATUM PROGRAM VERSION RES. EQUIP DATA: PAD TYPE 1 (OH) RES. EQUIP DATA: PAD TYPE 4 (OH) RES. SAMPLES: MUDCAKE TEMP. EQUIP DATA: OTHER 1 (OH) RES. SAMPLES: MUDCAKE TEMP. EQUIP DATA: PAD TYPE 6 (OH) RMK1 REMARKS LINE 1 REMARKS LINE 10 REMARKS LINE 11 REMARKS LINE 12 RMK2 RMK3 RMK4 REMARKS LINE 2 REMARKS LINE 3 REMARKS LINE 4 REMARKS LINE 5 REMARKS LINE 6 REMARKS LINE 7 REMARKS LINE 8 ADD.

SAMPLES: RES. MUD FILTRATE 1 (OH) ADD. SAMPLES: RMF BOTTOMHOLE TEMP 1 (OH) ADD.BHT RESISTIVITY OF MUD . OF MUDCAKE 1 (OH) ADD. SAMPLES: MUD FILTRATE TEMP 2 (OH) ADDITIONAL SAMPLES: VISCOSITY 1 (OH) ADDITIONAL SAMPLES: VISCOSITY 2 (OH) EGL BARI ELEVATION OF GROUND LEVEL BARITE CORRECTION REMARKS LINE 9 DRILLING RIG RMBH1 RMBH2 RESISTIVITY OF MUD . SAMPLES: RMC BOTTOMHOLE TEMP ADDITIONAL SAMPLES: DEPTH-DRILLER 1 (OH) ADDITIONAL SAMPLES: DEPTH-DRILLER 2 (OH) ADDITIONAL SAMPLES: DENSITY 1 ADDITIONAL SAMPLES: DENSITY 2 ADDITIONAL SAMPLES: FLUID TYPE IN HOLE 1 (OH) ADDITIONAL SAMPLES: DATE 1 (OPEN HOLE ) ADDITIONAL SAMPLES: DATE 1 (OPEN HOLE ) ADD.BHT 2 (OH) ADD. SAMPLES: MUD SAMPLE TEMP 1 (OH) Data_Location Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character APD ABOVE PERMANENT DATUM ADDITIONAL SAMPLES: PH 1 (OH) ADDITIONAL SAMPLES: PH 2 (OH) ADD. SAMPLES: RMC BOTTOMHOLE TEMP ADD. 2 (OH) ADD.BHT 1 (OH) ADD. OF MUD SAMPLE 1 (OH) ADD. OF MUD . OF MUD SAMPLE 2 (OH) ADD. 1 (OH) ADDITIONAL SAMPLES: SAMPLE NO. OF MUD . SAMPLES: RES. SAMPLES: RES. SAMPLES: RMF . SAMPLES: SOURCE RMF 2 (OH) ADDITIONAL SAMPLES: SAMPLE NO. SAMPLES: RES.BHT 1 (OH) ADD. SAMPLES: RES. SAMPLES: SOURCE RMF 1 (OH) ADD. SAMPLES: RMF BOTTOMHOLE TEMP 2 (OH) ADD. SAMPLES: RM BOTTOMHOLE TEMP 1 (OH) ADD. SAMPLES: RES.BHT 2 9-46 Mnemonics . SAMPLES: MUD FILTRATE TEMP 2 (OH) ADD. SAMPLES: RM BOTTOMHOLE TEMP 2 (OH) ADD. SAMPLES: RMF . MUD FILTRATE 2 (OH) ADD.Tool LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LIS Mnem ACX ACX2 ADD ADD2 ADE ADE2 ADFT ADT ADT2 AFB AFB2 AFL AFL2 AFT AFT2 AFX AFX2 AMS2 AMST APD APH APH2 ARB ARB2 ARC ARC2 ARF ARF2 ARM ARM2 ARX ARX2 ASC ASC2 ASF ASF2 ASN ASN2 ASS ASS2 AST2 AV AV2 EGL BARI R9 RIG RMB RMB2 Mnem Description ADD. SAMPLES: SOURCE RMC 1 (OH) ADD. SAMPLES: SOURCE OF SAMPLE 1 (OH) ADD. SAMPLES: SOURCE RMC 2 (OH) ADD. SAMPLES: RES. SAMPLES: MUD FILTRATE TEMP 1 (OH) ADD. SAMPLES: RES. SAMPLES: MUD SAMPLE TEMP 2 (OH) ADD. SAMPLES: SOURCE OF SAMPLE 2 (OH) ADD. OF MUDCAKE 2 (OH) ADD.BHT 2 (OH) ADDITIONAL SAMPLES: FLUID LOSS 1 ADDITIONAL SAMPLES: FLUID LOSS 2 ADD.

BHT 3 RESISTIVITY OF MUD . SCALE CHANGES: SCALE DOWN HOLE 2 RES. SCALE CHANGES: SCALE UP HOLE 1 (OH) RES. SCALE CHANGES: DEPTH 1 (OH) RES. EQUIP DATA: RUN NO 5 (OH) RES. SCALE CHANGES: DEPTH 4 (OH) RES. SCALE CHANGES: DEPTH 3 (OH) RES. SCALE CHANGES: SCALE UP HOLE 2 (OH) RES. SCALE CHANGES: TYPE LOG 3 (OH) RES.BHT 4 RESISTIVITY OF MUD CAKE SAMPLE 2 RESISTIVITY OF MUD CAKE SAMPLE 3 RESISTIVITY OF MUD CAKE SAMPLE 4 RESISTIVITY OF MUD CAKE SAMPLE RESISTIVITY OF MUD FILTRATE SAMPLE 2 RESISTIVITY OF MUD FILTRATE SAMPLE 3 RESISTIVITY OF MUD FILTRATE SAMPLE 4 RESISTIVITY OF MUD FILTRATE SAMPLE RESISTIVITY OF MUD SAMPLE RESISTIVITY OF MUD SAMPLE 2 RESISTIVITY OF MUD SAMPLE 3 RESISTIVITY OF MUD SAMPLE 4 RES. SCALE CHANGES: TYPE LOG 1 (OH) RES. EQUIP DATA: RUN NO 4 (OH) RES. SCALE CHANGES: TYPE LOG 4 (OH) RES. EQUIP DATA: RUN NO 3 (OH) RES. SCALE CHANGES: SCALE UP HOLE 4 (OH) RES. EQUIP DATA: RUN NO 1 (OH) RES. SCALE CHANGES: DEPTH 2 (OH) RES. SCALE CHANGES: DEPTH 5 (OH) RES.Tool LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LIS Mnem RMB3 RMB4 RMC2 RMC3 RMC4 RMCS RMF2 RMF3 RMF4 RMFS RMS RMS2 RMS3 RMS4 RRN1 RRN2 RRN3 RRN4 RRN5 RRN6 RUN RUN2 RUN3 RUN4 SDC1 SDC2 SDC3 SDC4 SDC5 SCT1 SCT2 SCT3 SCT4 SCT5 SDAT SDH1 SDH2 SDH3 SDH4 SDH5 SON STAT STEM STIM SUH1 SUH2 SUH3 SUH4 SUH5 Mnem RMBH3 RMBH4 RMC2 RMC3 RMC4 RMCS RMF2 RMF3 RMF4 RMF1 RM1 RM2 RM3 RM4 Description RESISTIVITY OF MUD . SCALE CHANGES: TYPE LOG 2 (OH) RES. EQUIP DATA: RUN NO 2 (OH) RES. SCALE CHANGES: SCALE UP HOLE 5 (OH) Mnemonics 9-47 . EQUIP DATA: RUN NO 6 (OH) RUN NUMBER RUN NUMBER 2 RUN NUMBER 3 RUN NUMBER 4 RES. SCALE CHANGES: SCALE DOWN HOLE 3 RES. SCALE CHANGES: SCALE DOWN HOLE 5 SON1 STATE STEM TIMLOG SERVICE/TICKET ORDER NUMBER STATE SURFACE TEMP TIME SECTION STARTED RES. SCALE CHANGES: SCALE UP HOLE 3 (OH) RES. SCALE CHANGES: TYPE LOG 5 (OH) Data_Location Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character DATLOG DATE SECTION STARTED RES. SCALE CHANGES: SCALE DOWN HOLE 1 RES. SCALE CHANGES: SCALE DOWN HOLE 4 RES.

2 (OH) RES. EQUIP DATA: TOOL TYPE & NO. 4 (OH) RES. EQUIP DATA: TOOL TYPE & NO. 2 (OH) RES. 6 (OH) HEADER TITLE LINE 1 HEADER TITLE LINE 4 WITN2 WITN3 BASI BHT BHT2 BHT3 BHT4 BLI1 BLI2 BLI3 BLI4 BITDI1 BITDI2 BITDI3 WITNESS 2 NAME WITNESS 3 NAME BASIN BOTTOMHOLE TEMPERATURE BOTTOMHOLE TEMPERATURE 2 BOTTOMHOLE TEMPERATURE 3 BOTTOMHOLE TEMPERATURE 4 BOTTOM LOGGED INTERVAL BOTTOM LOGGED INTERVAL 2 BOTTOM LOGGED INTERVAL 3 BOTTOM LOGGED INTERVAL 4 BIT SIZE 1 BIT SIZE 2 BIT SIZE 3 9-48 Mnemonics . EQUIP DATA: TOOL TYPE & NO. EQUIP DATA: TOOL TYPE & NO. 3 (OH) RES. EQUIP DATA: TOOL POS. EQUIP DATA: TOOL TYPE & NO. 5 (OH) RES. EQUIP DATA: TOOL POS. EQUIP DATA: TOOL TYPE & NO. 4 (OH) RES. 5 (OH) RES. EQUIP DATA: TOOL POS.Tool LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LIS Mnem TCS TCS2 TCS3 TCS4 TDD1 TDD2 TDD3 TDD4 TDL TDL2 TDL3 TDL4 TLA2 TLA3 TLA4 TLAB TLI TLI2 TLI3 TLI4 TN1 TN2 TN3 TN4 TN5 TN6 TOOL TPS1 TPS2 TPS3 TPS4 TPS5 TPS6 TTL1 TTL4 WIT2 WIT3 BASI BHT BHT2 BHT3 BHT4 BLI BLI2 BLI3 BLI4 BS1 BS2 BS3 Mnem TCS TCS2 TCS3 TCS4 TDD1 TDD2 TDD3 TDD4 TDL TDL2 TDL3 TDL4 TLAB2 TLAB3 TLAB4 TLAB TLI TLI2 TLI3 TL4 Description TIME CIRCULATION STOPPED TIME CIRCULATION STOPPED 2 TIME CIRCULATION STOPPED 3 TIME CIRCULATION STOPPED 4 DRILLERS DEPTH 1 DRILLERS DEPTH 2 DRILLERS DEPTH 3 DRILLERS DEPTH 4 LOGGERS DEPTH LOGGERS DEPTH 2 LOGGERS DEPTH 3 LOGGERS DEPTH 4 TIME LOGGING ON BOTTOM 2 TIME LOGGING ON BOTTOM 3 TIME LOGGING ON BOTTOM 4 TIME LOGGING ON BOTTOM TOP LOGGED INTERVAL TOP LOGGED INTERVAL 2 TOP LOGGED INTERVAL 3 TOP LOGGED INTERVAL 4 RES. 6 (OH) Data_Location Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character TOOL TOOL STRING RES. 1 (OH) RES. EQUIP DATA: TOOL POS. EQUIP DATA: TOOL POS. 3 (OH) RES. 1 (OH) RES. EQUIP DATA: TOOL POS.

Tool LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LIS Mnem BS4 CBD1 CBD2 CBD3 CBD4 CBL1 CBL2 CBL3 CBL4 CN COUN CS1 CS2 CS3 CS4 CSW1 CSW2 CSW3 CSW4 CTRY DAT2 DAT3 DAT4 DDEG DDEV DFD DFD2 DFD3 DFD4 DFL DFL2 DFL3 DFL4 DFP2 DFP3 DFP4 DFPH DFS DFT DFT2 DFT3 DFT4 DFV DFV2 DFV3 DFV4 DKOP DMF DRMK Mnem BITDI4 DEDRI1 DEDRI2 DEDRI3 DEDRI4 DELOG1 DELOG2 DELOG3 DELOG4 COMPAN COUNTY CASDI1 CASDI2 CASDI3 CASDI4 CASWE1 CASWE2 CASWE3 CASWE4 COUNTR HDATE2 HDATE3 HDATE4 Description BIT SIZE 4 CASING BOTTOM DRILLER 1 CASING BOTTOM DRILLER 2 CASING BOTTOM DRILLER 3 CASING BOTTOM DRILLER 4 CASING BOTTOM LOGGER 1 CASING BOTTOM LOGGER 2 CASING BOTTOM LOGGER 3 CASING BOTTOM LOGGER 4 COMPANY NAME COUNTY CASING DIAMETER 1 CASING DIAMETER 2 CASING DIAMETER 3 CASING DIAMETER 4 CASING WEIGHT 1 CASING WEIGHT 2 CASING WEIGHT 3 CASING WEIGHT 4 COUNTRY LOGGING DATE 2 LOGGING DATE 3 LOGGING DATE 4 DIRECTIONAL DEPTH DIRECTIONAL DEVIATION Data_Location Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character DFD DFD2 DFD3 DFD4 DFL DFL2 DFL3 DFL4 DFPH2 DFPH3 DFPH4 DFPH DFS DFT DFT2 DFT3 DFT4 DFV DFV2 DFV3 DFV4 DRILLING FLUID DENSITY DRILLING FLUID DENSITY 2 DRILLING FLUID DENSITY 3 DRILLING FLUID DENSITY 4 DRILLING FLUID LOSS DRILLING FLUID LOSS 2 DRILLING FLUID LOSS 3 DRILLING FLUID LOSS 4 DRILLING FLUID PH 2 DRILLING FLUID PH 3 DRILLING FLUID PH 4 DRILLING FLUID PH SALINITY DRILLING FLUID TYPE DRILLING FLUID TYPE 2 DRILLING FLUID TYPE 3 DRILLING FLUID TYPE 4 DRILLING FLUID VISCOSITY DRILLING FLUID VISCOSITY 2 DRILLING FLUID VISCOSITY 3 DRILLING FLUID VISCOSITY 4 DIRECTIONAL KOP DMF DRILLING MEASURED DIRECTIONAL REMARKS Mnemonics 9-49 .

DATA-ACOUSTIC-LSA EQUIP. DATA-NEUTRON-SOURCE TYPE EQUIP. DATA-DENSITY-MODEL NO. DATA-DENSITY-SERIAL NO. DATA-ACOUSTIC-RUN NO. DATA-ACOUSTIC-SPACING EQUIP. DATA-GAMMA-SERIAL NO. DATA-NEUTRON-SERIAL NO. DATA-ACOUSTIC-NO. EQUIP. DATA-NEUTRON-STRENGTH EQUIP. DATA-NEUTRON-LOG TYPE EQUIP. DATA-GAMMA-DIAMETER EQUIP. DATA-NEUTRON-DIAMETER EQUIP. DATA-NEUTRON-MODEL NO. DATA-DENSITY-SOURCE SERIAL NO. DATA-ACOUSTIC-MODEL NO. EQUIP. LOC1 FIELD HDAT FIELD LOCATION LINE 1 FIELD NAME DATUM HEADER TYPE LAT LATITUDE LOGGING COMPANY_CODE LOGGING DATA-GAMMA-SCALE L 1 LOGGING DATA-GAMMA-SCALE L 2 LOGGING DATA-GAMMA-SCALE L 3 LOGGING DATA-GAMMA-SCALE L 4 LOGGING DATA-GAMMA-SCALE L 5 9-50 Mnemonics . EQUIP. DATA-GAMMA-TYPE EQUIP. DATA-DENSITY-STRENGTH EQUIP. EQUIP. DATA-NEUTRON-RUN NO. HIGHT1 ELEVATION OF KELLY BUSHING EQUIP. EQUIP. EQUIP. DATA-GAMMA-RUN NO. DATA-GAMMA-DETECTOR MODEL NO. EPD ELEVATATION OF PERMANENT DATUM EQUIP. DATA-GAMMA-MODEL NO. DATA-DENSITY-LOG TYPE EQUIP. EQUIP. DATA-DENSITY-DIAMETER EQUIP.Tool LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LIS Mnem EAER EAOD ECNT EDF EDIA EDOD EDS1 EDSN ELT EDTR EDUN EFWD EGMD EGRN EGSN EKB ELGT ELN1 EMIA ENER ENG2 ENG3 ENG4 ENGI ENGT ENIA ENOD EPD EQLA ERUN ESAT ESER ESPC ESRT ESSN ESTR ETP1 EURN FL1 FN HDAT HDRT LAT LCC LCL1 LCL2 LCL3 LCL4 LCL5 Mnem Description EQUIP. DATA-ACOUSTIC-SERIAL NO. EQUIP. DATA-ACOUSTIC-FWDA EQUIP. EQUIP. ENGI2 ENGI3 ENGI4 ENGI1 ENGINEER 2 NAME ENGINEER 3 NAME ENGINEER 4 NAME ENGINEER 1 NAME EQUIP. OF CENT Data_Location Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character HIGHT3 ELEVATION OF DRILLING FLOOR EQUIP. DATA-DENSITY-RUN NO. EQUIP. DATA-NEUTRON-SOURCE SERIAL NO. DATA-GAMMA-DISTANCE TO SOURCE EQUIP. DATA-DENSITY-SOURCE TYPE EQUIP. DATA-GAMMA-LENGTH EQUIP. EQUIP.

2 LOGGING DATA-GENERAL-RUN NO. 3 LOGGING DATA-GENERAL-RUN NO.Tool LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LIS Mnem LCR1 LCR2 LCR3 LCR4 LCR5 LDAT LDL1 LDL2 LDL3 LDL4 LDL5 LDR1 LDR2 LDR3 LDR4 LDR5 LDX1 LDX2 LDX3 LDX4 LDX5 LFR1 LFR2 LFR3 LFR4 LFR5 LGC1 LGC2 LGC3 LGC4 LGC5 LMF LMT1 LMT2 LMT3 LMT4 LMT5 LMX1 LMX2 LMX3 LMX4 LMX5 LNAM LONG LRU1 LRU2 LRU3 LRU4 WIT4 Mnem Description LOGGING DATA-GAMMA-SCALE R 1 LOGGING DATA-GAMMA-SCALE R 2 LOGGING DATA-GAMMA-SCALE R 3 LOGGING DATA-GAMMA-SCALE R 4 LOGGING DATA-GAMMA-SCALE R 5 Data_Location Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character LDAT LOGGING DATE LOGGING DATA-DENSITY-SCALE L 1 LOGGING DATA-DENSITY-SCALE L 2 LOGGING DATA-DENSITY-SCALE L 3 LOGGING DATA-DENSITY-SCALE L 4 LOGGING DATA-DENSITY-SCALE L 5 LOGGING DATA-DENSITY-SCALE R 1 LOGGING DATA-DENSITY-SCALE R 2 LOGGING DATA-DENSITY-SCALE R 3 LOGGING DATA-DENSITY-SCALE R 4 LOGGING DATA-DENSITY-SCALE R 5 LOGGING DATA-DENSITY-MATRIX 1 LOGGING DATA-DENSITY-MATRIX 2 LOGGING DATA-DENSITY-MATRIX 3 LOGGING DATA-DENSITY-MATRIX 4 LOGGING DATA-DENSITY-MATRIX 5 LOGGING DATA-GENERAL-DEPTH FROM 1 LOGGING DATA-GENERAL-DEPTH FROM 2 LOGGING DATA-GENERAL-DEPTH FROM 3 LOGGING DATA-GENERAL-DEPTH FROM 4 LOGGING DATA-GENERAL-DEPTH FROM 5 LOGGING DATA-ACOUSTIC-SCALE L 1 LOGGING DATA-ACOUSTIC-SCALE L 2 LOGGING DATA-ACOUSTIC-SCALE L 3 LOGGING DATA-ACOUSTIC-SCALE L 4 LOGGING DATA-ACOUSTIC-SCALE L 5 LMF LOG MEASURED FROM LOGGING DATA-ACOUSTIC-MATRIX 1 LOGGING DATA-ACOUSTIC-MATRIX 2 LOGGING DATA-ACOUSTIC-MATRIX 3 LOGGING DATA-ACOUSTIC-MATRIX 4 LOGGING DATA-ACOUSTIC-MATRIX 5 LOGGING DATA-NEUTRON-MATRIX 1 LOGGING DATA-NEUTRON-MATRIX 2 LOGGING DATA-NEUTRON-MATRIX 3 LOGGING DATA-NEUTRON-MATRIX 4 LOGGING DATA-NEUTRON-MATRIX 5 LNAM XLONG LONGITUDE LOGGING DATA-GENERAL-RUN NO. 1 LOGGING DATA-GENERAL-RUN NO. 4 WITN4 WITNESS 4 NAME Mnemonics 9-51 .

SAMPLES: RES.BHT 2 (OH) ADD. @ 2 (OPEN HOLE) MAX. @ 1 (OPEN HOLE) MAX. SAMPLES: MUDCAKE TEMP. OF MUDCAKE 1 (OH) ADD. SAMPLES: RMF BOTTOMHOLE TEMP 1 (OH) ADD.BHT 2 (OH) ADDITIONAL SAMPLES: FLUID LOSS 1 (OH) ADDITIONAL SAMPLES: FLUID LOSS 2 (OH) ADD. SAMPLES: RMC OTTOMHOLE TEMP 1 (OH) ADD. @ 3 (OPEN HOLE) MAX. SAMPLES: RMC . OF MUD . SAMPLES: MUD SAMPLE TEMP 2 (OH) ADD. 1 (OH) ADD. SAMPLES: RMC . SAMPLES: RMF . MUD FILTRATE 2 (OH) ADD. SAMPLES: FLUID TYPE IN HOLE 1 (OH) ADDITIONAL SAMPLES: DATE 1 (OPEN HOLE) ADDITIONAL SAMPLES: DATE 2 (OPEN HOLE) ADD. 1 (OH) ADD. SAMPLES: MUDCAKE TEMP. 2 (OH) ADD.BHT 2 (OH) ADD. SAMPLES: RES.BHT 1 (OH) ADD. REC TEMP. SAMPLES: RES. SAMPLES: RMF .Tool LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LIS Mnem WITN WN X XTP XTP2 XTP3 XTP4 Y SON RUN WN FN LCC CN ACB ACB2 ACT ACT2 ACX ACX2 ADD ADD2 ADE ADE2 ADFT ADT ADT2 AFB AFB2 AFL AFL2 AFT AFT2 AFX AFX2 AMS2 AMST APD APH APH2 ARB ARB2 ARC ARC2 ARF ARF2 AR. SAMPLES: MUD SAMPLE TEMP 1 (OH) ABOVE PERMANENT DATUM ADDITIONAL SAMPLES: PH 1 (OH) ADDITIONAL SAMPLES: PH 2 (OH) ADD. SAMPLES: MUD FILTRATE TEMP. SAMPLES: RMF BOTTOMHOLE TEMP 2 (OH) ADD. REC TEMP. ARM2 ARX Mnem WITN1 NAMWEL X Description WITNESS 1 NAME WELL NAME X COORDINATE MAX. 2 (OH) ADD.BHT 1 (OH) ADD. REC TEMP. OF MUD SAMPLE 2 (OH) ADD. OF MUD SAMPLE 1 (OH) ADD. MUD FILTRATE 1 (OH) ADD. @ 4 (OPEN HOLE) Data_Location Character Character Character Character Character Character Character Character String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String Y Y COORDINATE ORDER-NUMBER RUN-NUMBER WELL-NAME FIELD-NAME PRODUCER-CODE COMPANY ADD. REC TEMP. SAMPLES: RMC OTTOMHOLE TEMP 2 (OH) ADDITIONAL SAMPLES: DEPTH-DRILLER 1 (OH) ADDITIONAL SAMPLES: DEPTH-DRILLER 2 (OH) ADDITIONAL SAMPLES: DENSITY 1 (OH) ADDITIONAL SAMPLES: DENSITY 2 (OH) ADDI. SAMPLES: RM BOTTOMHOLE TEMP 1 (OH) 9-52 Mnemonics . SAMPLES: MUD FILTRATE TEMP. SAMPLES: RES. OF MUDCAKE 2 (OH) ADD. SAMPLES: RES. SAMPLES: RES. OF MUD . SAMPLES: RES. SAMPLES: RES.BHT 1 (OH) ADD.

2 (OH) ADDITIONAL SAMPLES: VISCOSITY 1 (OH) ADDITIONAL SAMPLES: VISCOSITY 2 (OH) Data_Location String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String EGL ELEVATION OF GROUND LEVEL BARITE CORRECTION BASIN BOTTOMHOLE TEMPERATURE BOTTOMHOLE TEMPERATURE 2 BOTTOMHOLE TEMPERATURE 3 BOTTOMHOLE TEMPERATURE 4 BOTTOM LOGGED INTERVAL BOTTOM LOGGED INTERVAL 2 BOTTOM LOGGED INTERVAL 3 BOTTOM LOGGED INTERVAL 4 BIT SIZE 1 BIT SIZE 2 BIT SIZE 3 BIT SIZE 4 CASING BOTTOM DRILLER 1 CASING BOTTOM DRILLER 2 CASING BOTTOM DRILLER 3 CASING BOTTOM DRILLER 4 CASING BOTTOM LOGGER 1 CASING BOTTOM LOGGER 2 CASING BOTTOM LOGGER 3 CASING BOTTOM LOGGER 4 COMPANY NAME COUNTY CASING DIAMETER 1 CASING DIAMETER 2 CASING DIAMETER 3 CASING DIAMETER 4 CASING WEIGHT 1 CASING WEIGHT 2 CASING WEIGHT 3 CASING WEIGHT 4 COUNTRY LOGGING DATE 2 LOGGING DATE 3 LOGGING DATE 4 Mnemonics 9-53 . SAMPLES: SOURCE OF SAMPLE 1 (OH) ADD. SAMPLES: SOURCE RMF 2 (OH) ADDITIONAL SAMPLES: SAMPLE NO. SAMPLES: SOURCE RMC 1 (OH) ADD.Tool LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LIS Mnem ARX2 ASC ASC2 ASF ASF2 ASN ASN2 ASS ASS2 AST2 AV AV2 EGL BARI BASI BHT BHT2 BHT3 BHT4 BLI BLI2 BLI3 BLI4 BS1 BS2 BS3 BS4 CBD1 CBD2 CBD3 CBD4 CBL1 CBL2 CBL3 CBL4 CN COUN CS1 CS2 CS3 CS4 CSW1 CSW2 CSW3 CSW4 CTRY DAT2 DAT3 DAT4 Mnem Description ADD. SAMPLES: RM BOTTOMHOLE TEMP 2 (OH) ADD. SAMPLES: SOURCE OF SAMPLE 2 (OH) ADD. 1 (OH) ADDITIONAL SAMPLES: SAMPLE NO. SAMPLES: SOURCE RMF 1 (OH) ADD. SAMPLES: MUD FILTRATE TEMP. 2 (OH) ADD. SAMPLES: SOURCE RMC 2 (OH) ADD.

ELEVATION OF KELLY BUSHING EQUIP. DATA-ACOUSTIC-FWDA EQUIP. EQUIP.Tool LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LIS Mnem DDEG DDEV DFD DFD2 DFD3 DFD4 DFL DFL2 DFL3 DFL4 DFP2 DPF3 DFP4 DFPH DFS DFT DFT2 DFT3 DFT4 DFV DFV2 DFV3 DFV4 DKOP DMF DRMK EAER EAOD ECNT EDF EDIA EDOD EDSI EDSN EDT EDTR EDUN EFWD EGMD EGRN EGSN EKB ELGT ELN1 EMIA ENER ENG2 ENG3 RNG4 Mnem Description DIRECTIONAL DEPTH DIRECTIONAL DEVIATION DRILLING FLUID DENSITY DRILLING FLUID DENSITY 2 DRILLING FLUID DENSITY 3 DRILLING FLUID DENSITY 4 DRILLING FLUID LOSS DRILLING FLUID LOSS 2 DRILLING FLUID LOSS 3 DRILLING FLUID LOSS 4 DRILLING FLUID PH 2 DRILLING FLUID PH 3 DRILLING FLUID PH 4 DRILLING FLUID PH SALINITY DRILLING FLUID TYPE DRILLING FLUID TYPE 2 DRILLING FLUID TYPE 3 DRILLING FLUID TYPE 4 DRILLING FLUID VISCOSITY DRILLING FLUID VISCOSITY 2 DRILLING FLUID VISCOSITY 3 DRILLING FLUID VISCOSITY 4 DIRECTIONAL KOP DRILLING MEASURED FROM DIRECTIONAL REMARKS EQUIP. EQUIP. DATA-DENSITY-RUN NO. DATA-GAMMA-LENGTH EQUIP. DATA-GAMMA-DISTANCE TO SOURCE EQUIP. DATA-GAMMA-SERIAL NO. DATA-GAMMA-MODEL NO. OF CENT ELEVATION OF DRILLING FLOOR EQUIP. EQUIP. DATA-GAMMA-DIAMETER EQUIP. DATA-ACOUSTIC-SERIAL NO. DATA-DENSITY-SERIAL NO. EQUIP. EQUIP. DATA-DENSITY-MODEL NO. EQUIP. ENGINEER 2 NAME ENGINEER 3 NAME ENGINEER 4 NAME Data_Location String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String 9-54 Mnemonics . DATA-DENSITY-SOURCE SERIAL NO. DATA-DENSITY-LOG TYPE EQUIP. DATA-GAMMA-RUN NO. DATA-ACOUSTIC-NO. DATA-DENSITY-STRENGTH EQUIP. EQUIP. DATA-GAMMA-DETECTOR MODEL NO. DATA-ACOUSTIC-MODEL NO. DATA-DENSITY-DIAMETER EQUIP. EQUIP.

DATA-NEUTRON-STRENGTH EQUIP. DATA-DENSITY-SOURCE TYPE EQUIP. EQUIP. DATA-NEUTRON-SOURCE SERIAL NO. DATA-NEUTRON-DIAMETER EQUIP. DATA-NEUTRON-SOURCE TYPE EQUIP. DATA-ACOUSTIC-SPACING EQUIP. DATA-NEUTRON-LOG TYPE EQUIP. DATA-ACOUSTIC-RUN NO. FIELD LOCATION LINE 1 FIELD NAME DATUM HEADER TYPE LATITUDE LOGGING COMPANY_CODE LOGGING DATA-GAMMA-SCALE L 1 LOGGING DATA-GAMMA-SCALE L 2 LOGGING DATA-GAMMA-SCALE L 3 LOGGING DATA-GAMMA-SCALE L 4 LOGGING DATA-GAMMA-SCALE L 5 LOGGING DATA-GAMMA-SCALE R 1 LOGGING DATA-GAMMA-SCALE R 2 LOGGING DATA-GAMMA-SCALE R 3 LOGGING DATA-GAMMA-SCALE R 4 LOGGING DATA-GAMMA-SCALE R 5 Data_Location String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String LDAT LOGGING DATE LOGGING DATA-DENSITY-SCALE L 1 LOGGING DATA-DENSITY-SCALE L 2 LOGGING DATA-DENSITY-SCALE L 3 LOGGING DATA-DENSITY-SCALE L 4 LOGGING DATA-DENSITY-SCALE L 5 LOGGING DATA-DENSITY-SCALE R 1 LOGGING DATA-DENSITY-SCALE R 2 LOGGING DATA-DENSITY-SCALE R 3 LOGGING DATA-DENSITY-SCALE R 4 LOGGING DATA-DENSITY-SCALE R 5 LOGGING DATA-DENSITY-MATRIX 1 LOGGING DATA-DENSITY-MATRIX 2 LOGGING DATA-DENSITY-MATRIX 3 LOGGING DATA-DENSITY-MATRIX 4 LOGGING DATA-DENSITY-MATRIX 5 LOGGING DATA-GENERAL-DEPTH FROM 1 LOGGING DATA-GENERAL-DEPTH FROM 2 Mnemonics 9-55 .Tool LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LIS Mnem ENGI ENGT ENIA ENOD EPD EQLA ERUN ESAT ESER ESPC ESRT ESSN ESTR ETP1 EURN FL1 FN HDAT HDRT LAT LCC LCL1 LCL2 LCL3 LCL4 LCL5 LCR1 LCR2 LCR3 LCR4 LCR5 LDAT LDL1 LDL2 LDL3 LDL4 LDL5 LDR1 LDR2 LDR3 LDR4 LDR5 LDX1 LDX2 LDX3 LDX4 LDX5 LFR1 LFR2 Mnem Description ENGINEER 1 NAME EQUIP. EQUIP. DATA-NEUTRON-SERIAL NO. DATA-GAMMA-TYPE EQUIP. DATA-NEUTRON-RUN NO. ELEVATATION OF PERMANENT DATUM EQUIP. EQUIP. DATA-NEUTRON-MODEL NO. DATA-ACOUSTIC-LSA EQUIP.

2 LOGGING DATA-GENERAL-RUN NO.Tool LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LIS Mnem LFR3 LFR4 LFR5 LGC1 LGC2 LGC3 LGC4 LGC5 LMF LMT1 LMT2 LMT3 LMT4 LMT5 LMX1 LMX2 LMX3 LMX4 LMX5 LNAM LONG LRU1 LRU2 LRU3 LRU4 LRU5 LSC1 LSC2 LSC3 LSC4 LSC5 LSL1 LSL2 LSL3 LSL4 LSL5 LSP1 LSP2 LSP3 LSP4 LSP5 LSR1 LSR2 LSR3 LSR4 LSR5 LSRV LTO1 LTO2 Mnem Description LOGGING DATA-GENERAL-DEPTH FROM 3 LOGGING DATA-GENERAL-DEPTH FROM 4 LOGGING DATA-GENERAL-DEPTH FROM 5 LOGGING DATA-ACOUSTIC-SCALE L 1 LOGGING DATA-ACOUSTIC-SCALE L 2 LOGGING DATA-ACOUSTIC-SCALE L 3 LOGGING DATA-ACOUSTIC-SCALE L 4 LOGGING DATA-ACOUSTIC-SCALE L 5 Data_Location String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String LMF LOG MEASURED FROM LOGGING DATA-ACOUSTIC-MATRIX 1 LOGGING DATA-ACOUSTIC-MATRIX 2 LOGGING DATA-ACOUSTIC-MATRIX 3 LOGGING DATA-ACOUSTIC-MATRIX 4 LOGGING DATA-ACOUSTIC-MATRIX 5 LOGGING DATA-NEUTRON-MATRIX 1 LOGGING DATA-NEUTRON-MATRIX 2 LOGGING DATA-NEUTRON-MATRIX 3 LOGGING DATA-NEUTRON-MATRIX 4 LOGGING DATA-NEUTRON-MATRIX 5 LNAM XLONG LONGITUDE LOGGING DATA-GENERAL-RUN NO. 4 LOGGING DATA-GENERAL-RUN NO. 1 LOGGING DATA-GENERAL-RUN NO. 5 LOGGING DATA-ACOUSTIC-SCALE R 1 LOGGING DATA-ACOUSTIC-SCALE R 2 LOGGING DATA-ACOUSTIC-SCALE R 3 LOGGING DATA-ACOUSTIC-SCALE R 4 LOGGING DATA-ACOUSTIC-SCALE R 5 LOGGING DATA-NEUTRON-SCALE L 1 LOGGING DATA-NEUTRON-SCALE L 2 LOGGING DATA-NEUTRON-SCALE L 3 LOGGING DATA-NEUTRON-SCALE L 4 LOGGING DATA-NEUTRON-SCALE L 5 LOGGING DATA-GENERAL-SPEED 1 LOGGING DATA-GENERAL-SPEED 2 LOGGING DATA-GENERAL-SPEED 3 LOGGING DATA-GENERAL-SPEED 4 LOGGING DATA-GENERAL-SPEED 5 LOGGING DATA-NEUTRON-SCALE R 1 LOGGING DATA-NEUTRON-SCALE R 2 LOGGING DATA-NEUTRON-SCALE R 3 LOGGING DATA-NEUTRON-SCALE R 4 LOGGING DATA-NEUTRON-SCALE R 5 LSRV NAME OF SERVICE LOGGING DATA-GENERAL-DEPTH TO 1 LOGGING DATA-GENERAL-DEPTH TO 2 9-56 Mnemonics . 3 LOGGING DATA-GENERAL-RUN NO.

Tool LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LIS Mnem LTO3 LTO4 LTO5 LTYP LUL LUL2 LUL3 LUL4 LUN LUN2 LUN3 LUN4 MCS2 MCS3 MCS4 MCSS MCST MCT2 MCT3 MCT4 MFS2 MFS3 MFS4 MFSS MFST MFT2 MFT3 MFT4 MRT MRT2 MRT3 MRT4 MSS MSS2 MSS3 MSS4 MST MST2 MST3 MST4 MST MST2 MST3 MST4 OS1 OS2 OS3 OS4 OS5 Mnem Description LOGGING DATA-GENERAL-DEPTH TO 3 LOGGING DATA-GENERAL-DEPTH TO 4 LOGGING DATA-GENERAL-DEPTH TO 5 Data_Location String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String Character Character Character Character String String String String String LTYP LUL1 LUL2 LUL3 LUL4 LUN1 LUN2 LUN3 LUN4 MCS2 MCS3 MCS4 MCSS TMC1 TMC2 TMC3 TMC4 MFSS2 MFSS3 MFSS4 MFSS TMF1 TMF2 TMF3 TMF4 MRT MRT2 MRT3 MRT4 MSS MSS2 MSS3 MSS4 TM1 TM2 TM3 TM4 TM1 TM2 TM3 TM4 OS1 OS2 OS3 OS4 LOG TYPE LOGGING UNIT LOCATION LOGGING UNIT LOCATION 2 LOGGING UNIT LOCATION 3 LOGGING UNIT LOCATION 4 LOGGING UNIT NUMBER LOGGING UNIT NUMBER 2 LOGGING UNIT NUMBER 3 LOGGING UNIT NUMBER 4 MUD CAKE SAMPLE SOURCE 2 MUD CAKE SAMPLE SOURCE 3 MUD CAKE SAMPLE SOURCE 4 MUD CAKE SAMPLE SOURCE MUDCAKE SAMPLE TEMPERATURE MUDCAKE SAMPLE TEMPERATURE 2 MUDCAKE SAMPLE TEMPERATURE 3 MUDCAKE SAMPLE TEMPERATURE 4 MUD FILTRATE SAMPLE SOURCE 2 MUD FILTRATE SAMPLE SOURCE 3 MUD FILTRATE SAMPLE SOURCE 4 MUD FILTRATE SAMPLE SOURCE MUD FILTRATE SAMPLE TEMPERATURE MUD FILTRATE SAMPLE TEMPERATURE 2 MUD FILTRATE SAMPLE TEMPERATURE 3 MUD FILTRATE SAMPLE TEMPERATURE 4 MAXIMUM RECORDED TEMPERATURE MAXIMUM RECORDED TEMPERATURE 2 MAXIMUM RECORDED TEMPERATURE 3 MAXIMUM RECORDED TEMPERATURE 4 SOURCE OF MUD SAMPLE SOURCE OF MUD SAMPLE 2 SOURCE OF MUD SAMPLE 3 SOURCE OF MUD SAMPLE 4 MUD SAMPLE TEMPERATURE MUD SAMPLE TEMPERATURE 2 MUD SAMPLE TEMPERATURE 3 MUD SAMPLE TEMPERATURE 4 MUD SAMPLE TEMPERATURE MUD SAMPLE TEMPERATURE 2 MUD SAMPLE TEMPERATURE 3 MUD SAMPLE TEMPERATURE 4 OTHER SERVICES LINE 1 OTHER SERVICES LINE 2 OTHER SERVICES LINE 3 OTHER SERVICES LINE 4 OTHER SERVICES LINE 5 Mnemonics 9-57 .

BHT 2 RESISTIVITY OF MUD . EQUIP DATA: OTHER 4 (OH) RES. EQUIP DATA: RUN NO 3 (OH) RES. EQUIP DATA: PAD TYPE 1 (OH) RES. EQUIP DATA: RUN NO 2 (OH) RES. EQUIP DATA: PAD TYPE 4 (OH) RES. EQUIP DATA: PAD TYPE 3 (OH) RES.BHT 3 RESISTIVITY OF MUD . EQUIP DATA: PAD TYPE 2 (OH) RES. EQUIP DATA: OTHER 1 (OH) RES. EQUIP DATA: PAD TYPE 6 (OH) REMARKS LINE 9 RMK1 REMARKS LINE 1 REMARKS LINE 10 REMARKS LINE 11 REMARKS LINE 12 RMK2 RMK3 RMK4 REMARKS LINE 2 REMARKS LINE 3 REMARKS LINE 4 REMARKS LINE 5 REMARKS LINE 6 REMARKS LINE 7 REMARKS LINE 8 REMARKS LINE 9 DRILLING RIG RMBH1 RMBH2 RMBH3 RMBH4 RMC2 RMC3 RMC4 RMCS RMF2 RMF3 RMF4 RMF1 RM1 RM2 RM3 RM4 RESISTIVITY OF MUD . EQUIP DATA: RUN NO 1 (OH) RES.BHT RESISTIVITY OF MUD . EQUIP DATA: OTHER 2 (OH) RES.Tool LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LIS Mnem OS6 OTH1 OTH2 OTH3 OTH4 OTH5 OTH6 PDAT PGMV PT1 PT2 PT3 PT4 PT5 PT6 R9 R1 R10 R11 R12 R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 R7 R8 R9 RIG RMB RMB2 RMB3 RMB4 RMC2 RMC3 RMC4 RMCS RMF2 RMF3 RMF4 RMFS RMS RMS2 RMS3 RMS4 RRN1 RRN2 RRN3 RRN4 Mnem Description OTHER SERVICES LINE 6 RES. EQUIP DATA: OTHER 6 (OH) Data_Location String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String Character String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String PDAT PERMANENT DATUM PROGRAM VERSION RES. EQUIP DATA: OTHER 3 (OH) RES. EQUIP DATA: PAD TYPE 5 (OH) RES.BHT 4 RESISTIVITY OF MUD CAKE SAMPLE 2 RESISTIVITY OF MUD CAKE SAMPLE 3 RESISTIVITY OF MUD CAKE SAMPLE 4 RESISTIVITY OF MUD CAKE SAMPLE RESISTIVITY OF MUD FILTRATE SAMPLE 2 RESISTIVITY OF MUD FILTRATE SAMPLE 3 RESISTIVITY OF MUD FILTRATE SAMPLE 4 RESISTIVITY OF MUD FILTRATE SAMPLE RESISTIVITY OF MUD SAMPLE RESISTIVITY OF MUD SAMPLE 2 RESISTIVITY OF MUD SAMPLE 3 RESISTIVITY OF MUD SAMPLE 4 RES. EQUIP DATA: RUN NO 4 (OH) 9-58 Mnemonics . EQUIP DATA: OTHER 5 (OH) RES.

SCALE CHANGES: DEPTH 3 (OH) RES. SCALE CHANGES: TYPE LOG 5 (OH) Data_Location String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String DATLOG DATE SECTION STARTED RES. SCALE CHANGES: TYPE LOG 4 (OH) RES. SCALE CHANGES: DEPTH 1 (OH) RES. SCALE CHANGES: TYPE LOG 2 (OH) RES. SCALE CHANGES: SCALE UP HOLE 1 (OH) RES.Tool LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LIS Mnem RRN5 RRN6 RUN RUN2 RUN3 RUN4 SDC1 SDC2 SDC3 SDC4 SDC5 SCT1 SCT2 SCT3 SCT4 SCT5 SDAT SDH1 SDH2 SDH3 SDH4 SDH5 SON STAT STEM STIM SUH1 SUH2 SUH3 SUH4 SUH5 TCS TCS2 TCS3 TCS4 TDD1 TDD2 TDD3 TDD4 TDL TDL2 TDL3 TDL4 TLA2 TLA3 TLA4 TLAB TLI TLI2 Mnem Description RES. SCALE CHANGES: SCALE UP HOLE 4 (OH) RES. SCALE CHANGES: SCALE UP HOLE 3 (OH) RES. SCALE CHANGES: SCALE UP HOLE 2 (OH) RES. SCALE CHANGES: SCALE DOWN HOLE 3 RES. EQUIP DATA: RUN NO 5 (OH) RES. SCALE CHANGES: DEPTH 4 (OH) RES. SCALE CHANGES: SCALE DOWN HOLE 1 RES. SCALE CHANGES: SCALE DOWN HOLE 2 RES. SCALE CHANGES: DEPTH 2 (OH) RES. EQUIP DATA: RUN NO 6 (OH) RUN NUMBER RUN NUMBER 2 RUN NUMBER 3 RUN NUMBER 4 RES. SCALE CHANGES: TYPE LOG 3 (OH) RES. SCALE CHANGES: DEPTH 5 (OH) RES. SCALE CHANGES: SCALE DOWN HOLE 4 RES. SCALE CHANGES: TYPE LOG 1 (OH) RES. SCALE CHANGES: SCALE DOWN HOLE 5 SON1 STATE STEM TIMLOG SERVICE/TICKET ORDER NUMBER STATE SURFACE TEMP TIME SECTION STARTED RES. SCALE CHANGES: SCALE UP HOLE 5 (OH) TCS TCS2 TCS3 TCS4 TDD1 TDD2 TDD3 TDD4 TDL TDL2 TDL3 TDL4 TLAB2 TLAB3 TLAB4 TLAB TLI TLI2 TIME CIRCULATION STOPPED TIME CIRCULATION STOPPED 2 TIME CIRCULATION STOPPED 3 TIME CIRCULATION STOPPED 4 DRILLERS DEPTH 1 DRILLERS DEPTH 2 DRILLERS DEPTH 3 DRILLERS DEPTH 4 LOGGERS DEPTH LOGGERS DEPTH 2 LOGGERS DEPTH 3 LOGGERS DEPTH 4 TIME LOGGING ON BOTTOM 2 TIME LOGGING ON BOTTOM 3 TIME LOGGING ON BOTTOM 4 TIME LOGGING ON BOTTOM TOP LOGGED INTERVAL TOP LOGGED INTERVAL 2 Mnemonics 9-59 .

1 (OH) RES. EQUIP DATA: TOOL POS. 6 (OH) HEADER TITLE LINE 1 HEADER TITLE LINE 4 WITN2 WITN3 WITN4 WITN1 NAMWEL X WITNESS 2 NAME WITNESS 3 NAME WITNESS 4 NAME WITNESS 1 NAME WELL NAME X COORDINATE MAX. EQUIP DATA: TOOL TYPE & NO. REC TEMP. EQUIP DATA: TOOL POS. 2 (OH) RES. 6 (OH) Data_Location String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String String Character Character Character Character Character Character TOOL TOOL STRING RES. 1 (OH) RES. EQUIP DATA: TOOL TYPE & NO. 5 (OH) RES. EQUIP DATA: TOOL TYPE & NO. 4 (OH) RES. EQUIP DATA: TOOL POS. @ 4 (OPEN HOLE) Y BITDI CASDI DEDRI DELOG CASWE TDD Y COORDINATE BIT SIZE CASING DIAMETER CASING BOTTOM DRILLER CASING BOTTOM LOGGER CASING WEIGHT DRILLERS DEPTH 9-60 Mnemonics . REC TEMP. REC TEMP. 4 (OH) RES. 2 (OH) RES. EQUIP DATA: TOOL POS.Tool LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LOG_HDR LIS Mnem TLI3 TLI4 TN1 TN2 TN3 TN4 TN5 TN6 TOOL TPS1 TPS2 TPS3 TPS4 TPS5 TPS6 TTL1 TTL4 WIT2 WIT3 WIT4 WITN WN X XTP XTP2 XTP3 XTP4 Y BS CS CBD CBL CSW TDD Mnem TLI3 TL4 Description TOP LOGGED INTERVAL 3 TOP LOGGED INTERVAL 4 RES. EQUIP DATA: TOOL POS. @ 1 (OPEN HOLE) MAX. 3 (OH) RES. @ 2 (OPEN HOLE) MAX. EQUIP DATA: TOOL TYPE & NO. EQUIP DATA: TOOL TYPE & NO. EQUIP DATA: TOOL TYPE & NO. EQUIP DATA: TOOL POS. 3 (OH) RES. 5 (OH) RES. @ 3 (OPEN HOLE) MAX. REC TEMP.

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Premium VannGun Assemblies 5-31 5 3/4-in.4°/154.5-in.5° Phasing 14 SPF 5-15 30°/150° Phasing 12 SPF 5-14 45°/135° Phasing 5. and 18 SPF 5-13 51. 6. Premium VannGun Assemblies 5-34 7-in. 12.7°/128. and 6 SPF 5-11 60° Phasing 6 SPF Two Planes 5-13 60°/120° Phasing 18 and 21 SPF 5-15 90° Phasing 4 SPF 5-12 SED™ Six Arm Dipmeter 3-16 XRMI™ X-Tended Range Micro Imager Tool 3-11 InSite Anywhere® Service 1-3 K Knowledge and Data Transfer 1-1 L LOGIQ™ Logging Truck 8-1 LOGIQ Modular Skid Unit 8-3 M Mechanical Services 4-39 C-4 Casing Cutters 4-50 Casing and Drillpipe Cutters 4-48 Chemical Cutter 4-39 Coiled Tubing Cutters 4-46 Drill Collar Severing Tool 4-51 Junk Shot 4-53 Pipe Recovery 4-39 Super Tubing Cutters 4-44 Tubing Cutters 4-42 Mnemonics 9-1 Log Header Mnemonics 9-44 Mobilization 8-1 H HalLink® Satellite Systems 1-2 Hostile—Slimhole Formation Evaluation 3-47 HEAT™ Hostile Environment Applications Tool Suite 3-47 HDSN™ Hostile Dual-Spaced Neutron Tool 3-53 HEDL™ Hostile Environment Dual Laterolog Tool 3-48 HFWS™ Hostile Full Wave Sonic Tool 3-49 HNGR™ Hostile Natural Gamma Ray Tool 3-55 HSDL™ Hostile Spectral Density Log 3-51 HSFT™ Hostile Sequential Formation Tester Tool 3-56 N Near-Wellbore Stimulation 5-127 PerfStim™ Process 5-133 POWR*PERFSM Perforation/Stimulation Process 5-132 Propellent Stimulation Tool Assembly 5-130 StimGun™* Assembly 5-127 NMR 3-29 MRILab® Magnetic Resonance Image Fluid Analyzer 3-31 MRIL-XL™ and MRIL®-Prime Magnetic Resonance Image Logging Tools 3-29 Nuclear 3-17 CSNG™ Compensated Spectral Natural Gamma Ray 3-22 DSEN™ Dual-Spaced Epithermal Neutron Log Tool 3-21 DSN™ Dual-Spaced Neutron Tool 3-19 SDL™ Spectral Density Log 3-17 I Imaging 3-9 CAST-V™ Circumferential Acoustic Scanning Tool-Visualization 3-15 EMI™ Electrical Micro Imaging Service 3-9 OMRI™ Oil-Based Micro-Imager Tool 3-13 *StimGun is a trademark of Marathon Oil Company. Premium VannGun Assemblies 5-36 VannGun Phasing and Shot Patterns 5-11 0° Phasing 4 and 5 SPF 5-11 138° Phasing 14 SPF 5-15 140°/160° Phasing 11 SPF 5-14 180° Phasing 4 and 8 SPF 5-12 25.3° Phasing 12 SPF 5-14 60° Phasing 4. 5. High-Pressure Premium VannGun Assemblies 5-35 6 1/2-in. Premium VannGun Assemblies 5-33 6-in. Premium VannGun Assemblies 5-33 6 1/2-in. 8. Premium VannGun® Assemblies 5-29 5 1/8-in. Index 10-3 .

O Open-Hole Wireline and Perforating Services 3-1 Oriented Perforating 5-134 Eccentric Orienting Tandem 5-138 Finned Orienting Tandem 5-137 G-Force® Precision Oriented Perforating System 5-134 Oriented Perforating with Modular Guns 5-136 P Perforating Solutions 5-1 Petrophysics 2-1 MRI Petrophysics 2-1 Diffusion Analysis (DIFAN) 2-5 Enhanced Diffusion Method™ (EDM™) Technique 2-6 Heavy Oil MRIANSM Service 2-7 MRIAN™ Magnetic Resonance Imaging Analysis 2-2 MRIL® Simultaneous T1 and T2 Measurements 2-1 StiMRIL™ Process 2-8 Time Domain Analysis (TDA) 2-4 Volumetric Petrophysics 2-10 Chi Modeling® Computation Service 2-10 CORAL™ Complex Lithology Analysis 2-15 LARA™ Laminated Reservoir Analysis 2-16 SASHA™ Shaly Sand Analysis 2-14 ULTRA™ Module Suite 2-12 Plug Setting Equipment 4-54 EZ Drill® Bridge Plugs 4-54 Fas Drill® Bridge Plugs 4-55 Production Logging 4-18 FloImager® Service 4-21 GHT™ Gas Holdup Tool 4-23 MPL™ Memory Production Logging Tool 4-24 Production Logging Tools 4-18 Quartz Pressure Tool 4-27 TripleSat™ Model 2-50 Reservoir Testing Studio 2-38 Exact™ Anisotropy Analysis Plot 2-39 Exact Buildup Analysis 2-39 FasTest® Buildup Analysis 2-40 Formation Test Summary Program (FTS) 2-42 Horner Time Plots 2-40 Log-Log Derivative Analysis Plot 2-41 PVT Analysis 2-42 Well Testing 2-44 Reservoir Characterization 2-17 Borehole Image Analysis 2-17 AutoDip™ and TrendSetter™ Services 2-17 Facies Profile 2-22 ReadyView™ Open-Hole Imaging 2-20 ImagePerm 2-25 Net2Gross Sand Count 2-24 Reservoir Evaluation Services 2-1 Resistivity 3-1 ACRt™ Array Compensated Resistivity Tool System 3-1 DLL™ Dual Laterolog Service 3-6 HDIL™ Hostile Dual Induction Log 3-5 HFDT™ High Frequency Dielectric Tool 3-8 HRAI™ High Resolution Array Induction Tool 3-3 HRI™ High Resolution Induction Tool 3-4 MSFL™ Micro-Spherically Focused Log and Microlog (ML) 3-7 S Sampling 3-37 HRSCT™ Hostile Rotary Side Wall Coring Tool 3-46 Hydraulic Valve Section 3-46 Mandrel Section 3-46 Motor Drive Section 3-46 RDT™ Reservoir Description Tool 3-37 CVS Chamber Valve Section 3-40 DPS Dual Probe Section 3-39 FPS Flow-Control Pump-Out Section 3-39 MCS Multi Chamber Section 3-40 MRILab® Section 3-40 Oval Pad 3-39 QGS Quartz Gauge Section 3-39 Straddle Packer 3-39 RSCT™ Rotary Sidewall Coring Tool 3-43 SFT-IV™ Sequential Formation Tester IV Tool 3-41 SFTT™ Sequential Formation Test Tool 3-42 SWC™ Side Wall Coring Tool 3-45 Shaped Charges 5-1 Charge Performance Data 5-7 Dominator® Shaped Charges 5-2 R Real-Time Operations 1-1 Real-Time Data/Solution Delivery 1-1 Reservoir and Production Engineering 2-38 FloImager Analysis Service 2-54 FloImager® 3D Software Analysis 2-54 Production Logging Analysis 2-51 Reservoir Evaluation 2-48 CarbOxSat™ Model 2-49 SigmaSat™ Model 2-48 10-4 Index .

KISS™ Low-Damage Perforating Charge 5-6 MaxForce™ Shaped Charges 5-1 Maxim™ Shaped Charges 5-5 Mirage® Shaped Charges 5-3 Slickline Service Equipment and Services 7-1 Slickline Skid Units and Trucks 7-14 Special Applications 5-139 Coiled Tubing Conveyed Perforating 5-142 DrillGun™ Perforating Systems 5-143 Modular Gun System 5-139 Select Fire™ Systems 5-141 Setting Tools for the Auto-Release Gun Hanger 5-145 Subsurface Service Tools 7-2 Auxiliary Tools For Use with Slickline Toolstring 7-6 Expandable Wirefinder 7-7 Otis® Go-Devil 7-7 Otis M Magnetic Fishing Tool 7-6 Otis P Wireline Grab 7-7 Otis Tubing Broach 7-6 Otis G Fishing Socket 7-7 Otis Gauge Cutter and Swaging Tools 7-6 Otis Impression Tool 7-6 Otis Quick Connect Toolstring Connection 7-5 Plugs For Wells Without Landing Nipples 7-10 Monolock® Plug 7-10 Positioning Tools 7-12 Otis BO Selective Positioning Tools 7-12 Pulling Tools 7-9 External Fishing Necks 7-9 Internal Fishing Necks 7-9 Running Tools 7-8 Otis MR Running Tools 7-8 Otis RXN Running Tools 7-8 Otis SAFETYSET® Running Tools 7-8 Otis UP Running Tool 7-8 Otis X® and R® Running Tools 7-8 Slickline Detent Jars 7-4 Slickline Service Tools 7-2 Slickline Toolstring 7-2 Otis Accelerators 7-3 Otis B Blind Box 7-3 Otis Jars 7-3 Otis Knuckle Joints 7-3 Otis Rope Sockets 7-2 Otis Stems 7-2 Wireline Toolstring 7-2 Test Tools 7-11 Otis Non-Selective Test Tools 7-11 Tubing Perforators and Bailers 7-13 Surface Service Equipment 7-15 T Through Casing Acoustic Services 4-12 FWS™ Full Wave Sonic Tool 4-14 HFWS™ Hostile Full Wave Sonic Tool 4-16 WaveSonic Tool 4-12 Index 10-5 .

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