Reason Analysis on the Variation of Reservoir Thickness Interpretation of Different Logging Series in Sanan Development Zone

LIU Jiyu, YANG Yong, FENG Wei, GAN Senlin


In the oilfield development process, for the geological problems, the new logging apparatus has been developed and the logging series are constantly changing. Comparing the thickness interpretation of different logging series, this paper has analyzed the variation reasons of the thickness and the effect factors of thickness interpretation such as well logging series, mud properties, formation pressure, formation fluid properties and well spacing density. This provides a more reliable parameter for calculating oil geological reserves accurately and improving reservoir evaluation.
Key words: Logging series; Reservoir; Thickness division; Effective thickness


Logging series; Reservoir; Thickness division; Effective thickness

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