Wireline Logging
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Wireline Logging by Sylvain Boyer

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Published by Technip Editions .
Written in English


  • Engineering - General,
  • Technology,
  • Technology & Industrial Arts,
  • Science/Mathematics

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Open LibraryOL12525787M
ISBN 10271080767X
ISBN 109782710807674

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OPEN HOLE WIRELINE LOGGING 2. WITNESSING OPERATIONS In this section the principles of measurement, limitations and operational considerations of the most common open hole logging tools are described. To highlight the treatment of typical local issues, reference is made in each case to a log example from the Brent Sands in the North Sea. A-3 “B” MANDREL ASSEMBLY 1 1/2” 1 3/4” 2” 2 1/2” Part Number 10BM 10BM 10BM 10BM COMPONENTS Mandrel 10B 10B 10B 10B Logging tools were joined together in "tool strings" (Fig. F6), so that several measurements could be made during each logging run. The tool strings were lowered to the bottom of the borehole on a wireline cable, and data were logged as the tool string was pulled back up the hole. In the wireline logging process, the tool is mounted on a pad and is pushed against the borehole wall as shown in Fig. A and B. Theory of Electromagnetic Well Logging is the only book offering an in-depth discussion of the analytical and numerical techniques needed for expert use of those new logging techniques. Show less.

A wireline logging set-up consists of the wireline tool, the wire itself, a winching gear, and a vehicle containing data analysis and recording equipment. The vehicle is usually a large lorry (Fig. ) for land-based measurements, or a transportable cabin for use on rigs (Fig. ). All data recording and. Associated with this, "wireline logging" is the acquisition and analysis of geophysical and petrophysical data and the provision of related services provided as a function of along-hole depth. There are four basic types of wireline: multi-conductor, single conductor, slickline and braided line. Well logging, also known as borehole logging is the practice of making a detailed record (a well log) of the geologic formations penetrated by a log may be based either on visual inspection of samples brought to the surface (geological logs) or on physical measurements made by instruments lowered into the hole (geophysical logs).Some types of geophysical well logs can be done. The checks for rigging up for logging and running the survey are important to achieve a good quality of the surveys to be run. The wireline contractor shall have detailed procedures developed for this purpose. These shall cover activities and services like: Placement and installation of wire-line unit(s). - Rigging up of wire-line sheaves.

The majority of books on log analysis focus on the reservoir engineering properties of formations penetrated in the borehole. The promise of potential porous and hydrocarbon-saturated rocks generally pays for both the hole and the logging run. There are many examples of common log types from a variety of sequences.   Wireline logging definition: Wireline logging is the process of using electric instruments to continuously measure the | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.   A valuable reference dedicated solely to well logging and formation evaluation. Comprehensive coverage of the latest technologies and practices, including, troubleshooting for stuck pipe, operational decisions, and logging contracts. Packed with money-saving and time saving strategies for the engineer working in the field.4/5(1). Camesa Wireline is an innovative leader in mechanical and electromechanical wireline for the oil and gas industry. From best-in-class conventional products to next-gen solutions, we work directly with our clients around the world to ensure our products are engineered to perform in even the world’s most demanding plays.