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Well Logging In Nontechnical Language, 2nd Edition

$102.00

by David E. Johnson and Kathryne E. Pile

An update of the PennWell classic nontechnical guide to logging techniques, this text provides an easy-to-understand overview of the technically complex subject of well logging. This book will be very useful to bankers, landmen, geology and engineering technicians, clerks, secretaries, and others who need a basic understanding of well logs to perform their jobs.

Features & Benefits

  • Use as a handy quick reference for simple interpretation of logs
  • Read each self-contained chapter as the subjects come up in your business life
  • Use it as a nontechnical encyclopedia
  • Make better decisions based on an a basic understanding of well logs

Contents:

  • Introduction to Logging
  • Reading Logs
  • Formation Parameters
  • Mud Logging
  • Resistivity Measurement
  • Porosity Measurements
  • Putting It All Together
  • Detailed Interpretation
  • Computer-Generated Interpretations
  • Beyond Water Saturation
  • Completion Logs
  • Monitoring the Well and Reservoir
  • A Final Note
  • Afterword
  • Glossary
  • Nomenclature
  • Index

289 Pages/Hardcover/February 2002
ISBN10 0-87814-825-6

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by David E. Johnson and Kathryne E. Pile

An update of the PennWell classic nontechnical guide to logging techniques, this text provides an easy-to-understand overview of the technically complex subject of well logging. This book will be very useful to bankers, landmen, geology and engineering technicians, clerks, secretaries, and others who need a basic understanding of well logs to perform their jobs.

Features & Benefits

  • Use as a handy quick reference for simple interpretation of logs
  • Read each self-contained chapter as the subjects come up in your business life
  • Use it as a nontechnical encyclopedia
  • Make better decisions based on an a basic understanding of well logs

Contents:

  • Introduction to Logging
  • Reading Logs
  • Formation Parameters
  • Mud Logging
  • Resistivity Measurement
  • Porosity Measurements
  • Putting It All Together
  • Detailed Interpretation
  • Computer-Generated Interpretations
  • Beyond Water Saturation
  • Completion Logs
  • Monitoring the Well and Reservoir
  • A Final Note
  • Afterword
  • Glossary
  • Nomenclature
  • Index

289 Pages/Hardcover/February 2002
ISBN10 0-87814-825-6

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SKU: 9780878148257
Availability: Usually ships the next business day.
Weight: 1.70 LBS