Move beyond the constraints of conventional technology—microresistivity and acoustic borehole formation imaging can be conducted in water-base and nonconductive drilling fluids to guide geosteering and identify geological features.
Borehole imaging reveals structural and sedimentary features in high detail that confirms well placement and informs the selection of depths for sidewall coring, formation pressure measurement, and fluid sampling, especially where the bed thickness is below the vertical resolution of standard logging tools. Geological interpretation of the images and dip data by our interpretation experts—with or without seismic input—refines both structural and reservoir models.
Image even the smallest geologic subtleties to define reservoir texture and structure either in oil-base mud with new Quanta Geo photorealistic reservoir geology service with downlogging capability or in water-base mud with the FMI-HD high-definition formation microimager.
Inform drilling decisions with high-resolution, real-time imaging to identify formation structure, faults, and fractures.
Benefit from decision-ready information delivered by Geoservices surface logging to precisely identify well status and placement and detect potential pay zones.
Support the reservoir characterization of your borehole and reservoir geology data with microresistivity and acoustic formation imaging evaluated and interpreted by domain experts.
Maximize recovery and optimize production for the life of your reservoir with a full suite of core processing and analysis services that include wellsite handling, gamma logging, computerized tomography (CT) scanning, plug sampling, scaling, and core photography.