electrical log

electrical log

[i′lek·trə·kəl ′läg]
(engineering)
Recorded measurement of the conductivities and resistivities down the length of uncased borehole; gives a complete record of the formations penetrated.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The electrical log resistivity log as an aid in determining some reservoir characteristics.
According to the geophysical properties of the rocks, the logs are always classified as follows: electrical logs, porosity logs, lithology logs, and miscellaneous logs.
The company said that, based on mudlog shows, electrical logs and petrophysical analysis, a total potential net pay interval of 101 feet (31m) minimum case has been identified.
Pre-1958 electrical logs comprise as much as 40% of the well-log data in oil and gas company files.
"Preliminary evaluations of electrical logs indicate 20 meters oil pay in the well," DNO said.
Norwegian oil company DNO ASA said on Thursday (31 March) that evaluation of electrical logs in Nabrajah #5 in Yemen indicates the presence of hydrocarbons in a 42-metre gross interval in the Kohlan Formation overlaying the basement.
"Electrical logs indicate that the presence of hydrocarbons is insufficient to carry out any well tests, and the well has been plugged and abandoned," DNO said.

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