The statistical techniques outlined below are very powerful analysis tools but they require a good statistical sample to be effective. These analysis techniques are not generally attempted on data sets with less than 20 wells.
Contour Crossplots (click here for an example) Pseudo-log data (click here for an example) Acoustic - generate statistically consistent acoustic data for wells that don’t have acoustic Density – generate pseudo-density based on the statistical data set to replace density data affected by bad or enlarged borehole or influenced by drilling mud additives like barite.
$60.00 per well per zone analyzed based on crossplot analysis
Pseudo-core data Permeability – apparent permeability for each well based on statistical observations of the core data Core Porosity– apparent core porosity for each well based on statistical observations of the core data
$60.00 per well per zone analyzed based on crossplot analysis
Statistically based water saturations give an interpretation of the apparent fluid content of a formation independent of Rw, ‘m’ and volume of shale. An apparent total water saturation is derived as well as an apparent irreducible water saturation. This is a very powerful analysis tool but requires a good statistical sample of both wet and hydrocarbon bearing intervals to be most successful. This analysis is not generally attempted on data sets with less than 20 wells.
$110.00 per well per first zone analyzed based on crossplot analysis plus $55.00 per subsequent zone
$60.00 per well per zone analyzed based on crossplot analysis
Multi-well Net Pay Polygon net pay
$60.00 per well per zone analyzed based on crossplot analysis |
Note: All prices in US Dollars
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