Borehole Imaging

High resolution images of the borehole can be used to identify a variety of geological attributes such as structural dip, faults and fractures. These images can also provide insight into the condition of the borehole, stress and rock mechanics around the borehole and assist in porosity determination.

Halliburton provides a suite of solutions for operation in water-based or oil-based muds.

AFR™ Azimuthal Focused Resistivity Sensor
Delivers high-resolution resistivity images for identifying dip, fractures, and borehole breakout. It also provides omni-directional, laterolog-type resistivity data, electrical images of the formation, and at-bit resistivity (ABR) measurements.
9½-inch ALD™ Azimuthal Lithodensity Logging-While-Drilling (LWD) Service
The 9-1/2-inch ALD™ Azimuthal Lithodensity Logging-While-Drilling (LWD) service from Halliburton is the industry’s first and only service that delivers high-quality azimuthal density and ultrasonic caliper measurements in real-time for deepwater boreholes ranging from 14-1/2 inches to 17-1/2 inches.
Radian® Azimuthal Gamma Ray and Inclination Service
The Radian® azimuthal gamma ray and inclination service provides high-quality borehole images for geosteering, and precise gamma-ray measurements for reservoir evaluation.

Borehole Imaging

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