RECENT PUBLICATIONS FROM THE LOGGING LITERATURE
- IMAGE LOG INTERPRETATION
Utilizing well bore image data to determine the complete stress tensor application to
permeability anisotropy and wellbore stability, Colleen Barton et al., 1997, The Log
Analyst, v. 38(6), p. 21-33. About the best reference on the subject in terms of
completeness, connection to the past literature,and reference to the full array of
borehole image logs.
- INDUCTION LOG RESOLUTION
Enhanced evaluation of sand-shale sequences using macroscopic electrical anisotropy,
Rick Mollison and Alberto Mezzatesta, 2000,Petrophysics, v. 41(1), p. 18-22. Deals
with thin bed effects in electric log interpretation.
- BED GEOMETRY EFFECTS ON INDUCTION LOGS
The response of multi-array induction tools in highly dipping formations with invasion
in arbitrary 3D geometries, Barbara Anderson et al., 1999, The Log Analyst, v. 40(5),
p. 327-344. Discusses the effects of directional drilling on induction logs in general,
showing that major problems do not arise until the borehole axis is off perpendicular
more than 60 degrees.
- ELECTRICAL ANISOTROPY EFFECTS
The paradox of anisotropy revisited, Stan Gianzro, The Log Analyst, v. 40(6), p. 485-491.
- DIGITAL LOG DATA STANDARDS
Log ASCII standard (LAS) version 3.0, Kenneth Hesslop et al., 1999, The Log Analyst,
v. 40 (6), p. 492-498.
- CORRECTING LOGS FOR SHALE EFFECTS
An integrated approach to determine shale volume and hydrocarbon potential in shaley
sands in the Gulf of Suez, G.M. Hamada, 1999, The Log Analyst, v. 40(3), p. 218-225.
Although with an oil-field bias, this is a good review of all of the various quantitative
ways to eliminate clay or shale effects from logs.
- THIN BED RESOLUTION
Thin bed information resolution of well logs and its application, Quian and Zhong, 1999,
The Log Analyst, v. 40(1), p. 15-23.
- PERMEABILITY FROM LOGS
Permeability prediction in poorly consolidated siliclastics based on porosity and clay
volume logs, Lev Vernik, 2000, Petrophysics, v. 41(2), p. 138-147.
- PERMEABILITY FROM LOGS
Petrophysics of low-permeability Medina Sandstone,
Northwestern Pennsylvania, Appalachian Basin, J.W. castle and A.P. Byrnes, 1998, The Log
Analysts, v. 39(4), p. 36-46.
- ELECTRIC LOG IMAGE CONSTRUCTION
Near wellbore 3D reconstruction of sedimentary bodies form borehole electric images,
Anxionnaz et al., SPWLA Logging Symposium, 1998, paper N.
- NMR LOG CASE HISTORY
Joint interpretation of formation permeability from acoustic, NMR, and image log data, X.
Tang et al., SPWLA Logging Symposium, 1998, paper KK.
- NMR LOGGING
Can NMR porosity replace conventional porosity in formation evaluation? Menger and Prammer,
A Logging Symposium, 1998, paper RR.
- BOREHOLE IMAGE LOGGING
Use, comparison, presentation, and interpretation of borehole image and acoustic televiewer
technology, T.M. Staatz, SAGEEP Proceedings, 1999, p. 851-858.
- CASING INTEGRITY LOGGING
Assessing exploratory borehole seals with electrical geophysical techniques, S.A. Gibson
et al., SAGEEP Proceedings, 1999, p. 869-878.