Resistivity Logging

Resistivity tools for any environment

Resistivity Logging

Resistivity measurements are a regular part of nearly every openhole logging evaluation. This data helps:

  • Evaluate the producibility of a formation
  • Indicate the presence of movable hydrocarbons
  • Determine the true resistivity of the formation and depth of invasion
  • Indicate permeability
  • Determine hydrocarbon saturation

We provide a complete range of resistivity tools to address every environment, including deeper and thinner formations.

High-Frequency-Dielectric-Tool
The HFDT-I (High Frequency Dielectric tool) is a pad type tool intended to provide the porosity filled with water in the near borehole region of the formation as well as its salinity.
Hostile Array Compensated True Resistivity (H-ACRt™) Tool
Rated to 500°F and 30,000 PSI. Wireline induction tool that consists of a single transmitter operating at three frequencies and six receiver antennas with spacing from 6 to 80 inches. It gives resistivity values at 5 different depths of investigation and with the same vertical resolution (either 1, 2, 4 ft).
The ACRt™ array compensated resistivity tool system
The ACRt™ array compensated resistivity tool system represents the latest thinking in conventional array induction technology
Xaminer™ - MCIT
Halliburton’s Xaminer™ Multicomponent Induction (MCI) tool enables the evaluation of anisotropic formations by measuring the formation resistivity both vertically and horizontally at differentdepths of investigation.
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