At the Xth Well logging Symposium of SPWLA a paper was presented about a new well logging evaluation method elaborated in Hungary for the evaluation of hydrocarbon-bearing sandstones of high silt /and clay/ content. In the present paper on hand of this new method some principal questions related to the determination of water saturation, hydrocarbon saturation, grain size distribution, porosity and permeability of reservoir rocks of a general composition are investigated. In addition problems and possibilities connected with the determination of the electric resistivity of fully water saturated reservoir rocks are discussed. Moreover the process serving for the determination of constant quantities figuring in the evaluation functions is outlined. In a given geological structure results attained by the practical application of the method in 10 boreholes are presented, as compared with results obtained by some foreign methods. Finally outlines will be given as to the computerized application of the new method.
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Some Principal Questions Of Well Logging Evaluation Of Hydrocarbon-Bearing Sandstones With A High Silt /And Clay/ Content. - Experience Gained By The Field Application Of A New Method
Hungarian Oil and Gas Trust
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Paper presented at the SPWLA 11th Annual Logging Symposium, Los Angeles, California, May 1970.
Paper Number: SPWLA-1970-O
Published: May 03 1970
Barlai, Zoltan. "Some Principal Questions Of Well Logging Evaluation Of Hydrocarbon-Bearing Sandstones With A High Silt /And Clay/ Content. - Experience Gained By The Field Application Of A New Method." Paper presented at the SPWLA 11th Annual Logging Symposium, Los Angeles, California, May 1970.
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