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OBMI Oil-Base Microimager

To get the highest value from measurements made with the OBMI oil-base microimager in oil-base, nonconductive, and invert-emulsion mud systems, our multidisciplinary interpretation specialists help you as needed with expert image and dip interpretation. Significant structural and stratigraphic information can be gained, including the identification and characterization of fractures, faults, slumps, and other features. Textural information such as the porosity distribution in carbonates and the sorting index in sandstones can be obtained, along with net sand calculation in highly laminated reservoirs. A proprietary Petrel E&P software platform plug-in is used to facilitate well-to-well correlation and improve field development.

Interpretation Services for OBMI Oil-Base Microimager
Wellsite Answers

Wellbore deviation and azimuth

Borehole imaging

Four-arm caliper

Standard Interpretation

Imaging quality check

Structural dip interpretation

Detection and orientation determination for natural fractures

Detection of drilling-induced fractures and borehole breakouts

Fault identification

Sand count and high-resolution thin-bed detection

Hole shape and stress analysis

Advanced Interpretation

StrucView software single-well cross sections

Structural dip removal

Stratigraphic analysis

Paleocurrent direction

Sandbody orientation

Image textural analysis

Carbonate porosity analysis

Sandstone sorting analysis

Image-based facies analysis

Core-to-image calibration

Fracture density, aperture, and porosity analysis

Structural multiwell analysis in the Petrel platform

Near-well structural models populated with log and facies properties

 

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