Petrophysical Interpretation Logs

Easy to use petrophysical data for accurate decision making

Stay ahead of the curve - Jump start interpretation, enabling you to make better, faster decisions

A library of detailed well by well analyses of consistent petrophysical properties for regional scoping, mapping, and sweet spot identification. Save time and improve workflows with petrophysically interpreted LAS data that has been edited and QC'd. Now a part of the world's largest digital log library.

Eliminating the leg work involved in petrophysical analysis

  • Coverage in six key regions: Oklahoma, Midland Basin, Delaware Basin, San Juan Basin, DJ/Niobrara Basin, Utica/Marcellus Basin
  • Edited log datasets, available in LAS format, qc’d with consistent curve nomenclature, allows users to spend their time interpreting rather than correcting data
  • Lower cost than building in-house with ready-to-go data for faster access and decisions
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Gain a better understanding of key petrophysical properties

  • Interpreted results including: clay volume, total porosity, total water saturation, mineral volumes, 5 component facies (available for Midland and Delaware basins), Geomechanical properties, OOIP/200ft/acre – contained in LAS files
  • Interpretation built around well log – core analysis relationships in multiple wells (where available). Core data from the public domain is included in the LAS files
  • Transparent interpretation methods provided with product in documentation file

Edited log dataset, QC'd with consistent curve nomenclature

PSI log-before crop

Detailed curves added after petrophysical analysis

PSI log-after crop

Detailed attributes can be used to make high quality basin-wide maps and cross sections
  • Total Organic Carbon
  • Organic Thickness
  • Facies Distribution
  • Original Oil in Place (OOIP)
  • Hydrocarbon Pore Volume
  • Clay Volume
  • Total Porosity
  • Total Water Saturation
Helps to identify:
  • Frac Barriers and improved completion practices
  • Landing zones and lateral placements
  • Organic Layers
  • Key drivers with the ability to compare production to petrophysical properties and other subsurface attributes
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The best and the most complete log curve data available, meticulously processed and QC’d, workstation-ready for analysis and interpretation.

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