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Correcting sonic logs for shale anisotropy: a case study in the Forties fieldNormal access

Authors: D. Keir, B. McIntyre, T. Hibbert, R. Dixon, K. Koster, F. Mohamed, A. Donald, A. Syed, Ch. Liu, T. O’Rourke, A. Paxton, S. Horne, E. Knight, C. Sayers and P. Primiero
Journal name: First Break
Issue: Vol 29, No 6, June 2011 pp. 81 - 86
DOI: EAGE-EXPORT-FAKE-DOI
Special topic: Rock Physics and Formation Evaluation
Language: English
Info: Article, PDF ( 2.44Mb )
Price: € 30

Summary:
Donald Keir, Brett McIntyre, Ted Hibbert, Rachael Dixon, Klaas Koster, Farid Mohamed, Adam Donald, Anzar Syed, Chang Liu, Tom O’Rourke, Andrea Paxton, Steve Horne, Ed Knight, Colin Sayers and Paolo Primiero describe how a method employed to quantify anisotropy and correct sonic logs across the Forties field led to modifications of drilling parameters and practices and ultimately to significantly improved efficiency/productivity.


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