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 Cost Effective Logging Options

 

Reduced Rig Time and Cost Savings Realized With RECON Open Hole Logging Services

 

Cost Effective Alternative to Cased Hole Bond Logging:  Full Waveform Capture using Open Hole Sonic Tool

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 Heavy Oil


Selective Completion Strategies for Optimizing Wormhole Development and Minimizing Near Wellbore Damage in Heavy Oil using RECON HDD™ Well Logs

 

RECON Lunch and Learn Series (Sept 21st, 2011, Calgary): CHOPS Presentation with guest speaker Kirby Hayes (PDF Version of Presentation)

Today's Fundamentals of Cold Heavy Oil Production with Sand

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Volumetrics Estimation

 

Increased Original Gas-In-Place (OGIP) as a Result of Volumetric Analysis of RECON HDDTM Well Logs; Cardium Formation, Alberta

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Coalbed Methane

 

CBM Gas Content (GC) and Gas-in-place (GIP) Quantified Through-Casing With HDD™

 

Clearly Defined Production Intervals with RECON STANDARD Cased Hole Logging: 10 samples/foot (33 samples/meter)

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Porosity to Core Case Studies

 

HDD™ Provides More Accurate Log Porosity Over High Resolution* When Compared to Core

Case History:  Comparison of HDD™ to Core Porosity through the Lloydminster Heavy Oil Formation, Viking-Kinsella Area, Alberta.

 

HDD™ Provides More Accurate Log Porosity Over High Resolution* When Compared to Core
Case History:  Comparison of HDD™ to Core Porosity through the Sparky Heavy Oil Formation, Lloydminster Area, Alberta.

 

HDD™ Provides More Accurate Log Porosity Over High Resolution* Logs When Compared to Core
Case History:  Comparison of HDD™ to Core Plug Porosity through a Carbonate Sequence in Central Alberta, Canada.

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Simultaneous Formation Tester (SFT)  

 

HDD™ Simultaneous Formation Tester (SFT)
Case History: $100,000+ in Reduced Drilling and Completion Costs using RECON's HDD™ Simultaneous Formation Tester Data.

 

 

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