Enhanced Hydrocarbon Recognition -a New approach to Well Evaluation For Sand – Shale Sequences

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B.H. Heckel,
Schlumberger

36TH ANNUAL TECHNICAL MEETING OF THE PETROLEUM
SOCIETY OF CIM HELD JOINTLY WITH THE CANADIAN SOCIETY OF PETROLEUM GEOLOGISTS IN EDMONTON
JUNE 2-5,1985

1985

Abstract

The critical point in the evaluation of a well occurs after the first logging trip or reconnais- sance run, when the logs are reviewed. If nothing is identified, further evaluation is not considered. By acknowledging the limitations of conventional logging measurements (induction, sonic, density, and neutron) in defining the reser- voir and, more importantly, in recognizing its presence, we realize the need to enhance the recognition and evaluation process.