Determine lithology breaks and fluid content, track the direction of the updip, identify the depth and thickness of the payzone, and avoid crossing fault lines.
WHY THE PETRO-SONDE?
The ability to determine the updip from downdip is often the difference between a gusher, a marginal well or, worst case, a dry hole.
Determine lithology breaks.
Track the updip direction.
Depths and thickness of pay zones.
Avoid crossing faults.
|ABSENCE OF HYDROCARBONS: The next best thing to knowing where oil and water are present is knowing where they are NOT.||97%|
|LITHOLOGY (NORMAL): Following known marker formations, determining extents of sand formation.||90%|
|FLUID (WATER): Determining presence of fresh water within a known porous formation, reservoir mapping.||85%|
|LITHOLOGY (COMPLEX): Includes salt domes, reefs areas of extreme dip or faults.||80%|
|FLUID (OIL/GAS): Determining presence of hydrocarbon oil or gas within a known porous formation, reservoir mapping.||75%|
|LITHOLOGY: Unknown area, or far from known well, determine formation thickness and depth.||75%|
|WILDCAT WATER: Unknown area, or far from known well, determine presence of fresh water.||70%|
|FRESHWATER / SALTWATER: Differentiate between fresh and salt water reservoirs.||70%|
|WILDCAT OIL/GAS: Unknown area, or far from known well, determine presence of hydrocarbon.||47%|
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Matt Rottman Owner of Rottman Drilling
Pennzoil Company Western Division
Gary J. Colaizzi, Goodson and Associates
L. H. Meeker, Meeker and Company Inc.
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John P. Carr, Carr Resources Inc.
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