All Days 1995
DOI: 10.2118/29263-ms
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Abstract: Abstract In a seemingly ever growing number of fields, the petrophysicist is being confronted by the challenge of evaluating thinly bedded formation sequences (i.e. beds whose thickness is below the resolution of most of the contractor "standard" open hole logging tools). The evaluation of such beds is indeed a challenge as more often than not the available wireline data does not provide anywhere near sufficient resolution to enable a proper evaluation of such beds. At best… Show more

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