Interpretation and Application of Borehole Televiewer Surveys

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T. J. Taylor

SPWLA TWENTY-FOURTH ANNUAL LOGGING SYMPOSIUM, JUNE 27-30, 1983

1983

Abstract

A borehole televiewer log is comparable to a picture of a continuous core and may yield even more information since it is a picture of the cores host environment; i.e., the inside of the borehole as it exists in the subsurface. Important relationships are preserved which can be lost when cores are brought to the surface. Fractures, bedding planes, vugs and lithology changes are identifiable on borehole televiewer logs.

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