See the formation in real-time, high-resolution borehole images

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.

Image well placement and select sample points

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.

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Rock Laboratory Services

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.

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Downlogging High-Resolution Images and Dip in OBM

The 3D interpretation to the right of the images from a 15-ft sand interval shows the repeated, abrupt high-angle changes in dip that resulted from disruption of the sand by slumping.
Quanta Geo photorealistic reservoir geology service redefines imaging in oil-base mud environments with high resolution and full coverage to truly represent the formation geology.
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Identify and Characterize Natural Fractures in Shales

MicroScope high-resolution resistivity measurements and borehole imaging
High-resolution resistivity data and borehole imaging enable critical geosteering decisions by identifying dipping beds, faults, and fractures.
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