Integrating petrophysical, geomechanical, and seismic measurements

Geophysics at the wellbore provides the connections between measured elastic properties and the intrinsic properties of rocks, such as mineralogy, porosity, permeability, fluids, pressures, viscosity, and stresses.

In the Techlog platform, the links among petrophysical, geomechanical, and seismic data are possible because all reside on the platform natively. Both microscopic and macroscopic information can be used to gain an improved understanding from the beginning, as opposed to applying corrections and calibrations at a later stage. The models created can greatly aid quantitative interpretation, geomechanics, and inversion workflows in the Petrel platform and can be used to generate synthetic seismograms in the Techlog platform for amplitude versus angle (AVA) analysis.

Advanced loading, processing, and quality control of sonic data

Sonic data measurements are vital for well evaluation and interpretation tasks in domains such as geophysics, petrophysics, geomechanics, and drilling. Data quality control and validation are critical for these applications.

The Techlog Acoustics module provides all the functionalities required to load, analyze, and assure quality of data from all the major service companies, for both wireline and logging-while-drilling tools. With unrivaled Delta-T and Anisotropy workflows in the Techlog platform, processing of the sonic waveforms produces highly dependable sonic data.

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Sonic Scanner Acoustic Scanning Platform

The Sonic Scanner acoustic scanning platform provides the benefits of axial, azimuthal, and radial information from both monopole and dipole measurements for near-wellbore and far-field slowness information.

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