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Cased Hole Log Interpretation Principles/Applications


Published in 1989, Cased Hole Log Interpretation Principles/Applications provides a thorough background in cased hole log interpretation, the process by which parameters measured through casing, e.g., thermal decay time and interval transit time, are translated into the desired petrophysical parameters of porosity, hydrocarbon saturation, producibility, lithology, and mechanical rock properties. These parameters are used to identify potential hydrocarbon-bearing strata.

The book discusses formation evaluation, completion evaluation, cement evaluation, corrosion evaluation, perforation and completion evaluation, mechanical rock properties and completion design, and cased hole seismic equipment and applications. Various procedures, technologies, tools and services are defined and explained.

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Contents   Download file (1.57 MB PDF) Login | Register
1. Introduction   Download file (2.59 MB PDF) Login | Register
2. Fundamentals of Quantitative Log Interpretation   Download file (1.54 MB PDF) Login | Register
3. Formation Evaluation in Cased Holes   Download file (20.78 MB PDF) Login | Register
4. Completion Evaluation   Download file (14.35 MB PDF) Login | Register
5. Cement Evaluation   Download file (7.78 MB PDF) Login | Register
6. Corrosion Evaluation of Casing and Tubing   Download file (8.48 MB PDF) Login | Register
7. Perforating   Download file (8.04 MB PDF) Login | Register
8. Mechanical Rock Properties vs. Completion Design   Download file (4.53 MB PDF) Login | Register
9. Cased Hole Seismic   Download file (6.73 MB PDF) Login | Register
10. Other Cased Hole Services   Download file (6.24 MB PDF) Login | Register