|Multi-Function Workhorse Helps Characterize Reservoirs
Compensated Spectral Natural Gamma Ray (CSNGSM) Service helps you thoroughly characterize reservoirs and confidently estimate net pay. The service can detect producible zones by distinguishing clean reservoir rock or radioactive pay zones from shales. By measuring U, K, and Th concentrations, CSNG service can reveal fractured or highly permeable reservoirs.
When used with CLAMS™ post-processing analysis, CSNG service can help determine clay types, volumes and cation exchange capacity.
When CSNG service is coupled with TracerScan™ Tool, it can locate radioactive tracers with a single pass of the CSNG™ tool—improving the evaluation of hydraulic fracturing, gravel packing, and frac packing operations. Halliburton's CSNG tool measures the entire gamma ray spectrum (see illustration) from 0 to 3,000 keV, and uses special borehole compensation techniques to create accurate logs of K, U, and Th concentrations.
Chi Modeling® Computation
Dual Laterolog (DLL™)
Dual-Spaced Epithermal Neutron (DSEN™) Logging Service
Dual-Spaced Neutron II (DSN II™) Logging Service
High Resolution Array Induction (HRAI™)
High Resolution Induction (HRI™) Service
LOGIQ® Logging Platform
Pulsed Spectral Gamma Logging Service (PSG™)
RMT Elite™ Reservoir Monitor Tool
Spectral Density Log (SDL™)
Spectra Flow™ Logging Service
Thermal Multigate Decay-Lithology
TracerScan™ Logging Service
WaveSonic® Crossed-Dipole Sonic Tool