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Journal of Petroleum Technology 63 (08): 62–63.
Paper Number: SPE-0811-0062-JPT
Published: 01 August 2011
... effective approach for calculating mineralogy, grain density, and porosity from wireline-geochemical data. Introduction Calculating mineralogy, kerogen, grain density, porosity, and gas saturation in shale-gas reservoirs from wireline logs is a complex process that involves many log-interpretation mineral...
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Journal of Petroleum Technology 44 (11): 1176–1183.
Paper Number: SPE-21435-PA
Published: 01 November 1992
... dolomization, argillaceous content, secondary porosity, and porosity distribution. Geologists, reservoir engineers, and petrophysicists working in this reservoir identified well-to-well correlation as a problem, and for log interpretation, they specifically cited problems with the accuracy of (1) porosity...
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Journal of Petroleum Technology 40 (02): 187–196.
Paper Number: SPE-15948-PA
Published: 01 February 1988
... temperature log complex reservoir well logging interpretation log analysis temperature survey borehole television production log devonian shale well shale gas log interpretation mud log upstream oil & gas anomaly diagnostic tool fracture journal of petroleum technology concentration...
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Journal of Petroleum Technology 37 (11): 1995–2005.
Paper Number: SPE-12182-PA
Published: 01 November 1985
... upstream oil & gas log-derived porosity grain size log analysis mineral water saturation porosity carbonate productive limit permeability log interpretation porosity analysis well logging log porosity crossplot commercial potential core porosity terryville field core analysis...
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Journal of Petroleum Technology 36 (07): 1067–1073.
Paper Number: SPE-13346-PA
Published: 01 July 1984
... people. This term, asrelated to well log interpretation, has developed as the petroleum business and technology have advanced. In early times, the term related only to depth and thickness of a reservoir. Today the term includes depth, thickness, porosity, water saturation, and fluid type. Even this is...
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Journal of Petroleum Technology 25 (12): 1432–1446.
Paper Number: SPE-4704-PA
Published: 01 December 1973
... Engineers log analysis Tech porosity Upstream Oil & Gas shale well logging borehole formation evaluation information neutron conductivity saturation resistivity buildup interpretation reservoir application determination Trans AIME log interpretation permeability Significant...
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Journal of Petroleum Technology 14 (10): 1109–1114.
Paper Number: SPE-275-PA
Published: 01 October 1962
... addition to speeding up the process and assuring extreme accuracy of all computations, COMLOG further increases the effectiveness of log interpretation by automatically selecting the best available technique for any given set of logs run or any given borehole condition. The data used for posting log data...
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Journal of Petroleum Technology 13 (02): 118–124.
Paper Number: SPE-1634-G-PA
Published: 01 February 1961
...E.R. Atkins, Jr. The generally used techniques of electric log interpretation are reviewed and discussed, including the determination of formation water resistivity from the SP curve, true resistivity values from log data, water saturation from electric logs, and formation porosity from resistivity...
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Journal of Petroleum Technology 12 (01): 17–22.
Paper Number: SPE-1303-G
Published: 01 January 1960
... core analyses and drill-stem test data on a key-well basis to confirm log calculations is a necessary requirement to assure maximum dependability of quantitative log interpretation for reservoir analysis purposes. Introduction Well logging is one of the most useful of the various types of open-hole...
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Journal of Petroleum Technology 12 (01): 71–75.
Paper Number: SPE-1251-G
Published: 01 January 1960
...Marcus L. Millican The objective of this study has been to develop a method of log interpretation in the Delaware sand whereby the effects of the shale contained within the sand can be recognized and accounted for in a quantitative solution for porosity and water saturation. Both theoretical and...

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