FMI Fullbore Formation Microimager

Real-time borehole images of the formation and dip data with 0.2-in image resolution make microresistivity-based measurements by the FMI fullbore formation microimager the preferred approach to visualizing sedimentary features and determining dip.

Beyond the wellsite answers listed below for basic structural and sedimentary understanding, integrated interpretation employs advanced workflows, the multidisciplinary expertise of our interpretation geoscientists and engineers working with you as needed, and the application of software to maximize the value of your logging data. The result is the fullest possible understanding of structural and stratigraphic features, including complex faults, folds, porosity distributions, and net sand counts.

Interpretation Services for FMI Fullbore Formation Microimager
Wellsite Answers

Wellbore deviation and azimuth

Borehole images

Four-arm caliper

 Standard Interpretation  

Image quality check

Structural dip interpretation

Natural fracture detection and orientation

Drilling-induced fracture and borehole-breakout detection

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

     Sand body 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 and stratigraphic multiwell analysis in the Petrel platform

Near-well structural models populated with log and facies properties

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