2017
DOI: 10.2118/183810-ms
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Gamal Sultan, Nicolas PELISSIER, Richard Netherwood, Emil Leporcher, Adrian CHIAPPERO

Abstract: Abstract Since the introduction of the first micro-electrical imaging tool in 1986, wireline resistivity images have proven to be an invaluable tool for geological and petrophysical formation evaluation in wells drilled with conductive water-base drilling mud (WBM). However, until recently, wellbore images acquired in non-conductive mud had been met with some less success due to poor borehole coverage, relatively low image resolution and electrical artefacts. In 2014, an OBM-adapt…

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