Open-Hole Wireline Services
Resistivity and depth were the first logging measurements ever recorded, and the instrument designs have evolved to address the more challenging, complex reservoir environments. Today’s marketplace demands technology that can look even deeper into the formation and provide answers for evaluating increasingly thinner structures. Geoplex meets this need with several state-of-the-art resistivity logging tools.
Many earth science disciplines benefit from information derived from acoustic log data. Digital acoustic measurements, provided by Geoplex, gather full-wave, monopole, and dipole acoustic data that are used in petrophysical, geophysical, geomechanical, drilling and reservoir engineering applications.
Our digital acoustic logging services provide quality compressional and shear wave data, including data from unconsolidated, low-velocity formations. Our acoustic logging services include simultaneous recording of Stoneley wave data during field data acquisition. These services improve reservoir characterization and petrophysical property determination to maximize well and reservoir productivity.
Large varieties of caliper instruments are used either as stand-alone devices or in combination with other measurements in all formation evaluation programs. The Well Geometry Instrument (WGI) measurement service addresses the most significant shortcomings of standard caliper tools: high-resolution calipers cannot acquire data while running in the hole, and instruments designed to work both directions do not acquire measurements with high-enough resolution. The WGI service brings a new dimension to open hole caliper measurements by acquiring high-resolution data while running in and out of the hole.