Well Logging and Geology

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Editions Serralog, Jan 1, 2003 - Business & Economics - 436 pages

This book is one in a series of three books by the authors on various aspects of well logging, with the final book to be on reservoir evaluation. The book departs from traditional log analysis books in that it has a very strong emphasis on geologic principles with an extensive review of the processes that influence hydrocarbon accumulations. The chapters are written in a stand-alone format. This book is beautifully illustrated with colored plots, charts, and block diagrams on virtually every page.

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Determination of rock structure Well logging approach
Automatic analysis of dipmeter data The SYNDIP program
Quantitative analysis of image data

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Oberto Serra is a graduate engineer from ENSPM (IFP School-France) with a PhD in geology. He has served as chief of the Well Logging Department of the ELF-Aquitaine group (1969-1978), chief geologist at Schlumberger Technical Services (1978-1993), and technical advisor of the Serralog Co. (2000-2006). He has published in the following fields: well logging, borehole geophysics, petrophysics, geological applications, and stratigraphy. Lorenzo Serra has a master's degree in physics and is a former Schlumberger field engineer and executive manager of Serralog Company.

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