This is part of the Oil and Gas Production Series
Downhole logs are an important source of information about an oil or gas well, and this information is of particular interest to operator personnel. This training manual will enable the typical field-level employee to gain an adequate understanding of how logs are obtained and how they can be of value to the company. This book introduces open-hole logging procedures, provides background information on basic rock properties and radioactivity principles as they relate to open-hole logging, and includes a description of various types of electrical, acoustic, and radioactive surveys used in open-hole logging. Readable language, clearly labeled illustrations and photographs, a glossary, and helpful review questions aid the reader in comprehending the material. ISBN 0-88698-108-5. 1981, 100 pp.