drill log

drill log

[′dril ‚läg]
(engineering)
A record of the events and features of the formations penetrated during boring. Also known as boring log.
A record of all occurrences during drilling that might help in a complete logging of the hole or in determining the cost of the drilling.
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Drill log data indicates gold and silver deposits from near the surface to a depth of 90 feet.
OTC Pink: EOGI) is pleased to announce that based on positive results from the drill log evaluation on the 11-16 well in Alberta, the Company will be proceeding with well completion on Acadia Project.
A routine review of data plotted on project drill logs from these certificates show gold and silver values were reversed when transcribed to the DDH-1 drill log.
com) to discuss both Novastar's recent Thorium drill log results and the process of refining Monazite to yield commercial grade Thorium Oxide (ThO2).
The previous drill log results provided us with much needed geological information that we have used to refine and improve our short and long-term business goals," said Paul Carter, president, Novastar Resources.
OTCBB:NVAS) has reported drill log results from one of the seven anomalies within the Australian Thorium (Th) property.
Lithogeochemistry should be considered as part of a loop which starts with sound lithological, mineralogical, and structural observations, followed by petrography and geochemistry to provide a quantitative link to the field observations, with results that can be plotted on a map or drill log.
The drill log should document any and all conditions concerning the rock being drilled.
There are numerous references in the drill log to hydrothermal injections of the contained semi-massive to massive textured sulphides in this zone and a mineralized fault zone containing sulphides, gold and silver is noted at 52.
Archer reviewed the historical drill logs noting that graphitic intervals were recorded in 23 of the 41 historic holes drilled.
The Company has digitized over 18,800 drill logs representing nearly 23 million feet of hole drilled with an estimated replacement cost of $700 million.