Acoustic Logging

Cutting-edge technology. High-science applications.

Our latest-generation acoustic tools use state-of-the-art technology to characterize seismic properties, geomechanics, and completion needs in a wide range of reservoirs. Our portfolio of services is capable of operating up to 500°F (260°C) or 30,000 psi. We have the technology and the petrotechnical expertise to ensure you get the most out of your next evaluation.

Applications:

  • Determining porosity, lithology, and pore pressure
  • Seismic time-to-depth correlation
  • Understanding rock mechanical properties
  • Evaluating fractures and permeability
  • Evaluating cement bond
  • Radial profiling
  • Altered zone detection
  • Acoustic imaging
  • Stoneley analysis of fractures
  • Transverse anisotropy for seismic analysis
Xaminer® Array Sonic Tool
Our Xaminer® Array Sonic Tool (XAST) service offers simultaneous monopole and crossed-dipole sonic information. P-wave and S-wave slowness can be obtained in a range of formation conditions, borehole sizes, and even extreme borehole hydrostatic pressures. This ultra-reliable far-spaced monopole and crossed-dipole tool can also estimate minimum and maximum principal stresses and stress-field orientation.
Hostile WaveSonic® Tool
Our small-diameter Hostile WaveSonic® Tool is the only high-temperature (HT) cross-dipole sonic tool in the industry capable of operating in your most extreme environments. Combinable with the HEAT™ Suite tools, if high temperature is your challenge, this service is the clear choice for your next HT evaluation.
Xaminer® Sonic Imager
Our Xaminer® Sonic Imager (XSI) service provides high-fidelity data via its quiet tool design, hybrid onboard memory and real-time wireline telemetry data paths, and advanced processing capabilities. The state-of-the-art design enables characterization of seismic properties, geomechanics, and completion needs in a wide range of reservoirs.

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Summary Summary Xaminer Sonic Service
The Xaminer Sonic service makes it easy to determine fast and slow shear-wave travel times and their orientation in the formation.
Summary Summary Hostile WaveSonic® Service
Halliburton’s LOGIQ® WaveSonic® crossed-dipole sonic tool makes it easy to determine fast and slow shear wave travel times and their orientation in the formation.With WaveSonic service, you can even calculate minimum and maximum principal stresses and stress field orientation by combining oriented slowness data with overburden and pore pressure data. This information is vital for geomechanical analysis, wellbore stability and production enhancement treatment design.
Summary Summary Xaminer® Array Sonic Tool (XAST™) Service
Ultra-Reliable Crossed-Dipole Sonic Tool
Summary Summary Vertical Transverse Isotropy (VTI) Anisotropy Analysis
Improve Well Performance with More Accurate Geomechanics Answers Using Horizontal Shear
Summary Summary Borehole Compensated Sonic Array Tool (B-SAT)
Halliburton Wireline and Perforating Services' Borehole Compensated Sonic Array Tool (B-SAT) service integrates two monopole transmitters with an array of five piezoelectric receivers. The full waveform data is digitally recorded permitting advanced data analysis and quality control for waveform amplitude, slowness, and arrival time in both open hole and cased hole applications.
Summary Summary Stoneley Wave Fracture Conductivity Analysis
Sonic waveform analysis of Stoneley-mode arrivals can locate and estimate the conductivity of fractures crossing a borehole. A key feature of the analysis is to discriminate Stoneley responses due solely to conductive fractures by using borehole Stoneley waves recorded by a Xaminer®-level borehole sonic tool.
Summary Summary Crossed-Dipole (HTI-F) Anisotropy Frequency Analysis
The broadband firing of the Xaminer®-level dipole sources allows for a full-frequency analysis and the generation of mechanism plots for visually identifying the possible causes of the anisotropy that can then be confirmed with other sensors, such as resistivity and acoustic imaging.
Summary Summary Crossed-Dipole (HTI) Anisotropy Analysis
Sonic crossed-dipole anisotropy analysis—the analysis of shearslownesscharacteristics around the borehole—is modeled in theindustry as a formation with horizontal transverse isotropy (HTI).
Summary Summary Xaminer® Sonic Imager Service
Crossed-Dipole Sonic Tool with four monopoles delivers high-resolution elastic properties for improved seismic processing and geomechanics
Summary Summary Xaminer® Array Sonic Tool
Our Xaminer® Array Sonic Tool (XAST) service offers simultaneous monopole and crossed-dipole sonic information. P-wave and S-wave slowness can be obtained in a range of formation conditions, borehole sizes, and even extreme borehole hydrostatic pressures. This ultra-reliable far-spaced monopole and crossed-dipole tool can also estimate minimum and maximum principal stresses and stress-field orientation.
Summary Summary Hostile WaveSonic® Tool
Our small-diameter Hostile WaveSonic® Tool is the only high-temperature (HT) cross-dipole sonic tool in the industry capable of operating in your most extreme environments. Combinable with the HEAT™ Suite tools, if high temperature is your challenge, this service is the clear choice for your next HT evaluation.
Summary Summary Xaminer® Sonic Imager
Our Xaminer® Sonic Imager (XSI) service provides high-fidelity data via its quiet tool design, hybrid onboard memory and real-time wireline telemetry data paths, and advanced processing capabilities. The state-of-the-art design enables characterization of seismic properties, geomechanics, and completion needs in a wide range of reservoirs.
Summary Summary Acoustic Logging
Our latest-generation acoustic tools use state-of-the-art technology to characterize seismic properties, geomechanics, and completion needs in a wide range of reservoirs.
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