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Well-logging data processing and interpretation is performed round the clock. Data for processing come from all regions of the country where subdivisions of the Oilfield Geophysics Directorate operate, directly from the fields using INMARSAT - M4 satellite communication system or GPRS cellular channel. Logging results are issued in the shortest possible time (preliminary data may be provided within 4-6 hours, final interpretation is up to 24 hours depending on the research type).

Software in use:
  • Prime (GeoTEK Research and Production Center, Russia).
  • Saphir (KAPPA, France).
  • WinLog (Elicom Research and Production Company CJSC, Russia).
  • Sonata (FXC-PNG LLC, Russia).
  • LogPWin (Neftegazgeofizika LLC, Russia).

Tasks solved in the result of the open hole logging interpretation, including research of horizontal wells and lateral holes:
  • Lithologic and stratigraphic survey of the section.cnipr21.jpg
  • Designation of reservoir intervals.
  • Determination of formations geoelectrical properties (specific resistivity of the formation under in-place conditions and specific resistivity of the washing fluid filtrate penetration in place).
  • Determination of porosity and permeability of reservoirs (porosity coefficient subject to acoustic well-logging, density gamma-gamma well-logging, thermal-decay-time logging; clayiness index), fluid content (oil, gas).
  • Designation of gas-oil contact, water-oil contact boundaries.
  • Building a 3D lithological model of the well section.
  • Determination of the well bore spatial position.

Tasks solved based on results of logging interpretation after string running in hole:
  • Survey of wells technical condition.
  • Well cementing method control.
  • Specification of the borehole equipment location and condition.
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Tasks solved based on logging interpretation during development control, including in horizontal wells:
  • Producing reservoirs current development control.cnipr23.jpg
  • Determination of oil-water contact in producing intervals.
  • Determination of development wells fluid movement profile and injection wells injectivity.
  • Identification of cross flows behind the casing.
  • Determination of formations hydrodynamic performance.
  • Determination of well fluid levels and composition.
  • Intensification of formations injectivity and oil recovery.
  • Designation of producing intervals.
  • Determination of water inflow and gas breakthrough intervals.
  • Determination of phase flow rates from inflow intervals.
  • Quantitative determination of oil and gas separate flow rate.
  • Technical condition assessment for the casing string, tubing, tubing string packer, designation of behind-the-casing flow intervals.
  • Information support of activities to enhance oil recovery and workover.
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Tasks solved based on results of logging interpretation in active wells equipped with rod well pumps:
  • Determination of fluid-movement profile.
  • Compositional analysis of fluid coming into the well.
  • Behind-casing fluid movement detecting.
  • Well flow test.
  • Oil-water ratio determination.
  • Tubing shoe, pump, water-oil interface and dynamic level location identification.
  • Tubing, casing, bottomhole integrity verification.
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Tasks solved based on results of data interpretation of injection wells logging by slickline autonomous logging tools and wireline logging tools with the use of ULGIS-21-60 lubricator:
  • Well injectivity survey.
  • Tracking the injected liquid outflow profile.
  • Tracking the injected liquid outflow profile.
  • Pressure testing of the tubing by measurements using a set of methods: high-sensitivity temperature logging, indication downhole flowmeter, pressure gauge.
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Tasks solved based on the results of logging data interpretation using new methods for determining behind-the-casing flows (active thermal metering method for the well condition diagnostics):
  • Determination of behind-the-casing flows from the top.
  • Determination of behind-the-casing flows from the bottom in case of short sumps.
  • Identification of inflows in marginal wells.
  • Assessment of flow rate in marginal wells.
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Tasks solved in the result of data interpretation of logging with a borehole acoustic scanner:
  • Identification of fractured zones, determination of spatial parameters of cracks (dip angle and azimuth).
  • Identification of cavernous intervals.
  • Identification of thin layers.
  • Determination of attitude of beds with azimuth reference in space.
  • Well section profiling.
  • Lithologic sectional layering (by acoustic impedance using standard production well-logging methods).
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Tasks solved in the result of data interpretation of logging with the use of cross-dipole acoustics:
  • Lithologic sectional layering.
  • Determination of the ratio and type of rocks porosity.
  • Calculation of rocks elastic moduli.
  • Assessment of acoustic anisotropy and filtration properties of nearfield (it is one of signs of rocks fracturing).
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