Are you really acquiring all the data you need to make informed geological and petrophysical decisions?
Convincing your operations team to run a full openhole logging suite is often difficult due to economic reasons or deployment risk associated with logging difficult geometries and hole conditions. LWT – Logging While Tripping provides a solution to allow all well types to be thoroughly evaluated using API calibrated openhole logging tools that meet all requirements for porosity and resistivity measurements.
Our Solution (Continued)
Adding these measurements to your existing MWD and Mud Logging data allows you to properly delineate your conventional or unconventional resource.
LWT is a unique patented logging technique in which memory based openhole logs are acquired in a method that is more cost effective, uses less rig time, and has fewer inherent risks than wireline, shuttle (thru-the-bit), or logging-while-drilling (LWD) methods. LWT allows openhole logs to be acquired in vertical, deviated, horizontal and tough logging condition wells where logging was previously considered too risky or uneconomic.
The LWT suite of logging tools includes:
Gamma Ray (GR)
Spectral Gamma Ray (SGR)
Compensated Neutron (CN)
Dual Induction (DUIN)
Wave Propagation (PRT)
LWT data has been validated in multiple "log-offs" against all major formation evaluation providers.
This overlay shows a comparison of LWT and conventional wireline.
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Formation Evaluation method replacing wireline, LWT, TBL, and pipe conveyed OH logging methods
Wireline quality petrophysical data acquired during routine trip out of well
Eliminates bridging and lost-in-hole (LIH) exposure versus other methods
No extra pipe trip or hole conditioning
Data acquisition in any well trajectory
Tools pumped into BHA only when required, reducing wear and risk
Casing point detection
Evaluate Multi Laterals
Kick-off point detection in build section
Deployment at any point during drilling operations
Virtually invisible to drilling and well construction activities
Rig time savings by reducing extra trips
Allows timely completion decisions
Incorporates well data such as mud logs, gas, ROP, pore pressure
Frack strategy optimization
Completion design optimization
Optimal zone selection
Accurately locate and plan frack stages incorporating well parameters with LWT acquired Neutron, Density, Resistivity and Spectral Gamma Ray
Providing the physical property data necessary for production optimization
Compete geological model and update reserve calculation in resource plays