17 – Russian Logs
What you will learn
- Understanding of Russian-style logs (1932 – present)
- How to use these logs to explore in former Soviet Union countries
- Calculations needed to perform Western-style analysis of these logs
This course is an extension of Lecture 16 to include the ancient-style logs run in former Soviet Union countries and China from around 1932 to the present day. If you plan to explore or develop properties in these locations, you need to know the log types and analysis methods that can be used to define the play. You will learn the specialized skills used to translate the curve names and log presentations into more familiar terms as used in the West. Analysis techniques that are commonly used here can then be applied in the same manner as we would use for ancient logs (logs run prior to 1960). Examples and case histories illustrate the topic.
- Crain’s Integrated Petrophysics, Lectures 1 to 13 and 16 or equivalent background.
- Basic understanding of geology and well logging.
- Introduction To Russian-Style Logs
- Electrical Survey (BKZ)
- Normal Curve (Potential, PZ)
- Lateral Curve (Gradient, GZ)
- Russian Core Analysis
- Gamma Ray Log (GK)
- Neutron Log (NGK)
- Density Log (GGK)
- Sonic Log (AK)
- Shale Volume, Porosity, Water Saturation
- Case Histories
- Exercise 17
Target AudienceThose who wish to understand the wealth of useful information buried in ancient logs, especially those hidden away unused in existing well files, including:
- Log analysts,
- Reservoir engineers, and
- University / Tech school students
Specification: 17 – Russian Logs
About the Publisher
- Crain's Petrophysical Handbook
- Store Name: Crain's Petrophysical Handbook
- E. R. (Ross) Crain, P.Eng. is a retired Consulting Petrophysicist and Professional Engineer living in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. In a career that spans 50+ years, he has specialized in integrated petro... Read More > Read More
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