April 2015

What’s new in well logging and formation evaluation—Part 2

PART 2: In this second of two installments, the latest developments in reservoir monitoring, coring and laboratory analysis are assessed. Developments in borehole reservoir monitoring include borehole-to-surface electromagnetic surveys, and permanent and wireline fiber-optic sensing. Advances in coring and core evaluation include sidewall “pressure” coring. Developments in laboratory analysis include advances in digital rock physics, and the use of cuttings for petrophysical evaluation.
Stephen Prensky / Consultant, Silver Spring, Maryland

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