Schlumberger publishes relevant, useful reference works that span the width of our upstream industry—and beyond. Select a reference book to learn about.
Fundamentals of Production Logging is the third in a series of Schlumberger reference books produced for current and future oilfield technical professionals. This book provides a comprehensive understanding of production logging sensors, interpretation techniques, applications, and job planning.
Collection of case studies representing a sample of our knowledge and expertise working in shale reservoirs.
This third edition of the log quality control specifications used by Schlumberger provides information for the acquisition of high-quality data at the wellsite, data delivery within defined standards, and validation of wireline logs.
The EcoScope User's Guide coffee-table book expertly details the applications, job planning, and measurements of the EcoScope multifunction LWD service.
A series of books written in a Q&A format emphasizing qualitative understanding, reinforcing key concepts through illustrations, and requiring no prior background in thermodynamics.
This document begins with an historical perspective and reviews the research used to develop
the latest available solution through laboratory measurement and field experience. It presents a
pragmatic approach to the essence of the multiphase challenges and relates how Schlumberger
has met this challenge with a dedicated technology for multiphase well-test metering coupled
with several additional devices to deliver a global multiphase solution.
Fundamentals of Borehole Seismic Technology is the second of a series of Schlumberger reference
books produced for current and future oilfield technical professionals. This book provides a review of the latest tools, technologies, and applications of borehole seismic technology.
Aquifer Storage and Recovery and Managed Aquifer Recharge Using Wells: Planning, Hydrogeology, Design, and Operation
Well Placement Fundamentals takes you from the basics to complex well placement. Short, compelling chapters are accompanied by a fascinating and engaging variety of pictures. Chapters include: an overview, reservoir geology fundamentals, directional drilling fundamentals, measurement-while-drilling fundamentals, logging-while-drilling fundamentals, and optimizing well placement for productive drilling.
Water Supply Development, Aquifer Storage, and Concentrate Disposal for Membrane Water Treatment Facilities addresses methods to develop raw water supplies that have constant water chemistry and to reduce the concentrations of potential foulants that cause pretreatment processes to be added to plant design.
The 2009 edition of Log Interpretation Charts, which includes wireline and LWD charts, is ideal for log-interpretation training and for sensitivity analysis.
This 184-page softcover book delivers a comprehensive discussion on downhole fluid analysis (DFA), which uses optical spectroscopy to obtain results instead of the traditional separation methods of PVT laboratories. The first half of the book, designed for the asset manager as well as the technical expert, follows the development of this relatively new technology beyond its initial objective of validating openhole wireline samples to its present role in determining compositional variations and reservoir compartmentalization. The second half of the book, written for the technologist, establishes the scientific foundations of optical DFA measurements.
This well book summarizes the state of the art in well test interpretation, including well test behavior, descriptive and reservoir well testing, gas well testing , and the application of simultaneously recorded downhole rate and pressure measurements to well testing.
The history of wireline logging is inextricably linked with the history of Schlumberger. This new book, created by the Marketing Communications group, explores this intertwining tale in 68 pages of anecdotes and images.
Well cementing draws on several disciplines, including chemistry, mechanical engineering, fluid mechanics, mathematics, and geology. Industry experts in these disciplines have updated and expanded the classic 1990 Well Cementing text to create a comprehensive reference book, edited by Erik Nelson and Dominique Guillot, and published by Schlumberger. The book is intended for oilfield technical professionals as well as university students.
This reference book illustrates state-of-the-art technologies with field examples from well testing applications to test design, operations, and interpretation.
Applied Thermodynamics of Fluids, published under the auspices of IUPAC and the International Association of Chemical Thermodynamics, concentrates on the applications of theory for equations of state. It covers topics important to the energy business and serves as a useful reference for researchers in the fields of chemical and mechanical engineering, chemistry, and physics.
For readers interested in the art of measurement and, in particular, the measurement of thermodynamic properties. This 576-page book describes the status of current techniques for measuring the thermodynamic quantities of single phases and provides guidance for developing new techniques with a strong practical bias. The book includes working equations and images of current experimental methods.
This classic book, published in 1991, covers fundamentals of log interpretation and provides references to classic papers. Described in detail are tools and their principles of operation.
This classic textbook, published in 1989 reviews the history of cased hole logging, quantitative interpretation, types of cased hole logs, completion evaluation, and other cased hole services.
This book describes the new field of petroleomics. Petroleomics is to petroleum science what genomics is to medical science. Genomics enables prediction of medical problems in the absence of symptoms. Petroleomics enables prediction of petroleum properties, also without observation of symptoms, such as asphaltene flocculation.
This comprehensive textbook uses reservoir-engineering concepts to address topics such as formation characterization, hydraulic fracturing, matrix acidizing, and stimulation-treatment evaluation.