Handbook of Log Evaluation Techniques for Carbonate by George B. Asquith

By George B. Asquith

Will a reservoir produce hydrocarbons? this can be a fairly frustrating query in carbonates simply because, often, the answer's something yet hassle-free. regardless of the easiest geology prepare from conscientiously crafted depositional and seismic types, basically after a good is drilled right into a carbonate reservoir, can a geologist make a decision even if the good will quit advertisement amounts of hydrocarbons or, certainly, any hydrocarbons in any respect.

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Fertl, W. , and W. C. Vercellino, 1978, Predict water cut from well logs, in Practical log analysis, Part 4: Oil and Gas Journal, (May 15, 1978-Sept. 19, 1979). Guillotte, J. , J. Schrank, andE. Hunt, 1979, Smackover reservoir: interpretation case study of water saturation versus production: Gulf Coast Association Geological Societies, Transactions, v. 29, p. 121-126. Hilchie, D. , 1982, Advanced well log interpretation: Golden, Colorado, Douglas W. Hilchie, Inc. Jaafar, 1. , 68 p. Keith, B. , and E.

Archie water saturation equation for the formation's uninvaded zone: Sxo - Water saturation of zone very close to the well bore that has been flushed by invading mud filtrate (Rmf). Called the flushed zone. Rw - Water saturation of the zone beyond the influence of the invading mud filtrate (Roo). Called the uninvaded zone. - Resistivity of the formation water. Obtained from a table of Rw values or calculated from the Spontaneous Potential log or by the Rwa method (see Asquith, 1982). Roo - Resistivity of the mud filtrate that invades the formation during drilling.

R-,--, Figure 12. Dual induction-SFL t and neutron-density Land #3 Nations well from the Dorcheat-Macedonia logs of the Jurassic Smackover Formation in the Crystal Oil and field (Guillotte et al, 1979). 72 was determined (see Figure 11). 83 = 1000 1000 31 Samples r.... >- I- ~ /I 100 100 ~ ~ en « w 10 10 ~ a: r:>Sw W a.. 0 Plot of oolite samples (Modified to after: obtain a textural Mitchell-Tapping, parameter value. 1981) Figure 13. Log-log crossplot of core derived porosity and permeability from the ~etaceous Mitchell-Tapping, 1981).

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