A Pore-Level Approach to Petrophysical Interpretation of Well Logging Measurements

Mikhail Gladkikh, Alberto Mezzatesta & Mikhail Gladkikh
An accurate description of water- or oil-bearing reservoirs and the assessment of reserves strongly depend on a robust determination of their petrophysical parameters, e.g., porosity, permeability and fluid distribution, reflecting fluid type, content, and mobility. Downhole measurements provide means to formation evaluation; however, they do not directly provide the petrophysical properties of interest. To interpret well logging data, a range of empirical models are usually employed. These empirical relationships, however, lack scientific basis and usually...
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