An innovative slim Pulsed Neutron Logging tool
by Ashish Datey
Senior Petrophysicist, Schlumberger
Pulsed Neutron Logging has been used in the industry for 50 years or reservoir monitoring. Cased wells present a challenging logging environment and evaluation methods were introduced in an attempt to overcome some of the difficulties. However, a range of low salinity, low porosity or gas-filled boreholes could not be evaluated with confidence.
A new-generation slim pulsed neutron logging tool has been developed to deliver reliable answers for formation evaluation and reservoir monitoring in conditions where existing technologies struggle.
The presentation covers the new measurements and their applications in the challenging environment.
Registration deadline: Tuesday 27th March 2018 4 PM
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Ashish Datey is the Schlumberger Petrophysics Domain for Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea and Indonesia. He studied Electrical Engineering at Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi. He joined Schlumberger 28 years ago as a Wireline field engineer and moved to the Data and Consulting Services segment of Schlumberger in 1998. For the past 12 years he has been based in Melbourne providing Petrophysics support for Schlumberger’s New Technology Services in the Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea region.
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