Drilling is a fundamental part of the oil and gas industry. Sample drilling is one of the most common types, and it can be defined as “a type of wellbore that reaches into a reservoir to sample fluids or rock.” Drilling has many different analysis techniques associated with it.
Why is this important?
Drilling Analysis Sample is often used to determine the properties of a reservoir or formation. It’s one of the most common types of wellbore because it provides an accurate sample for analysis without disturbing too much rock and fluid out to affect production negatively. The first step in this process is logging, which can be divided into two categories: open hole logs and cased hole logs.
Open Hole Logs Open-hole logs are run after the bit has reached its final depth but before any casing strings have been set down. This type of log serves as a good indicator of whether there will be enough permeability between layers for gas flow or if they might need some more sand packs installed.
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