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Rock Fractures in Carbonate Reservoirs

 
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jadoo
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PostPosted: 29 May 2007 13:08    Post subject: Fractures in Carbonates Reply with quote

HI
Its very intresting topic near to me. In carbonates fracture detection is not a simple job. With help of ordinary wireline logs its very difficult to mark the fractues.
In carbonates on ordinary logs, resisitivity normaly behaves higher and porosity at lower side and lower porosity is the main cause of higher resistivity. Through detailed study of wireline logs we can mark the fractures but the best option according to me is the FMI. Through we can mark the condictive and non conductive fractures.
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PostPosted: 10 May 2008 05:09    Post subject: Reply with quote

Dear jadoo,
see this link, may be useful. It is a free book about ur interest.

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