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Paper presented at the SPWLA 60th Annual Logging Symposium, June 15–19, 2019
Paper Number: SPWLA-2019-T
... comparison of the wireline images with the LWD images in the Eagle Ford Shale and Buda Limestone formations, with both sets of images illustrating borehole spiraling associated with the bend in the mud motor. Figure 24: - Log section comparing radius and acoustic impedance images from wireline data with LWD...
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Paper presented at the SPWLA 57th Annual Logging Symposium, June 25–29, 2016
Paper Number: SPWLA-2016-XXX
...-specific petrophysical interpretations. Laboratory measurements provide key benchmarks for Monte Carlo modeling for validating liquid-saturated rock as well as gas-saturated rock models. This paper presents a very-low-porosity gas saturation evaluation example for two limestone formations in Oklahoma...
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Paper presented at the SPWLA 54th Annual Logging Symposium, June 22–26, 2013
Paper Number: SPWLA-2013-WW
... predicted by the FSF-Fp method. Fig. 3 shows comparisons of MCNP and FSF-Fp methods in limestone formations. For the purpose of petrophysical interpretation, porosity differences in panel (c) across gas-saturated formations are calculated with the Gaymard-Poupon approximation (Gaymard and Poupon, 1968), i.e...
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Paper presented at the SPWLA 40th Annual Logging Symposium, May 30–June 3, 1999
Paper Number: SPWLA-1999-Q
... porosity formation salinity correction Monte Carlo correction Upstream Oil & Gas simultaneous correction salinity mutually-dependent environmental effect well logging diffusion length experimental data Limestone Formation sequential correction porosity Symposium standoff SPWLA 40ti...
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Paper presented at the SPWLA 25th Annual Logging Symposium, June 10–13, 1984
Paper Number: SPWLA-1984-DD
... as a good indicator of lithology. Our second example is from a thick shale interval overlying a limestone formation. In this shale, the calculated shear speed exceed the speed of sound in the drilling mud and we would therefore have expected to see the shear arrivals on our wavetrains, Based on computer...
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Paper presented at the SPWLA 22nd Annual Logging Symposium, June 23–26, 1981
Paper Number: SPWLA-1981-O
... spreading taken into account. For S wave attenuation the best method seems to be the analysis of the guided waves spectral amplitudes at two or more frequencies and then solve for the S wave attenuation using the partition coefficients. log analysis attenuation well logging Limestone Formation...

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