Examine your reservoir’s smallest pores and characterize formations with excellent bed resolution using best-in-class magnetic resonance logging technology. The Halliburton Xaminer® Magnetic Resonance (XMR™) service, with its new-generation magnetic resonance wireline sensor, provides full reservoir fluid characterization and formation evaluation.
"The XMR service can be deployed in mature fields, deepwater, and unconventional reservoirs to provide superior formation resolution and help reduce field risks.”
Fluid characterization T1-T2-diffusion
More data than traditional sensors
The power of traditional sensors
CASE STUDY / XMR SERVICE
When a Marcellus Shale operator needed to decide whether to develop an area of high-thermal maturity, they turned to Halliburton.VIEW CASE STUDY
The Xaminer® Magnetic Resonance (XMR™) service is the industry’s only high-pressure-rated downhole sensor that provides comprehensive nuclear magnetic resonance logging and measurements to improve reservoir insight.
The XMR™ delivers more detailed formation data including 2D and 3D fluid characterization, carbonate pore-size classification, T1T2 metrics, unconventional analysis, and permeability.
The service can acquire approximately eight times more data with less than half the power of traditional sensors.
Operators can deploy the XMR service in nearly every openhole logging environment, helping reduce capital expenditures by eliminating the need for multiple sensors. It can log up and down a well and retrieve multiple logging passes in one trip—critical in poor hole conditions.
Data collected fits seamlessly into advanced integrated analysis platforms such as ShaleXpert™, TurbiditeXpert™, CarbondateXpert™, and TightGasXpert™ services.