POCKET  PAL  INDEX

1.00 Integrated Petrophysics

1.01 What Is A Log?

1.02 Organizing Your Work

1.03 Calculators and the Math Hierarchy

2.00 The Step by Step Procedure

2.01 The Analysis Model

2.02 Formation Rock Model Definitions

2.03 The Log Response Equation
2.04 Using The Log Response Equation
       
 – Seismic Modeling

2.05 Calibrating to Ground Truth

3.00 Eyeball Analysis - Crain’s Rules

3.01 General Rules For Picking Log Data

3.02 Selecting Log Analysis Parameters

4.00 Shale Volume

5.00 Pore Volume

5.01 Porosity From Sonic Log

5.02 Porosity From Density Log

5.03 Porosity From Neutron Log

5.04 Porosity From Complex Lithology
        
 Density Neutron Crossplot

5.05 Porosity From Dual Water Density
          Neutron Crossplot
5.06 Porosity From Photoelectric Density
        
 Neutron Crossplot

5.07 Material Balance for Porosity
         
 (Maximum Porosity)

5.08 Useful Porosity

5.09 Porosity From Nuclear Magnetic
          
 Resonance Log

5.10 Fracture Porosity

5.11 Porosity from Old ES Logs
6.00 Lithologic Analysis of Matrix Rock

6.01 Lithology From Matrix Density

6.02 Lithology From Sonic Density
           
 Neutron Data

6.03 Lithology From PE Density Neutron

6.04 Lithology From Spectral GammaRay
6.05 Lithology From Vp/Vs Velocity Ratio

6.06 Elastic Constants / Mechanical
           
 Properties From Logs

7.00 Formation Water Resistivity

7.01 Water Resistivity From Catalog / DST

7.02 Water Resistivity From Water Zone

7.03 Water Resistivity From SP

8.00 Water and Hydrocarbon Saturation
8.01 Determination of Saturation
            
 Parameters A, M, N

8.02 Saturation From Archie Method

8.03 Saturation From Simandoux Method

8.04 Saturation From Dual Water Method

8.05 Saturation From Buckles Number

8.06 Irreducible Water Saturation

8.07 Moveable Oil Saturation

9.00 Permeability and Productivity

9.01 Permeability From Wyllie-Rose

9.02 Permeability From Porosity

9.03 Permeability From Coates Method

9.04 Fracture Permeability

10.00 Summarizing Results

10.01 Cumulative and Average Reservoir
             
 Properties

10.02 Fluid Properties and Reserves

10.03 Productivity Index and Water Cut

11.00 Beyond Log Analysis

11.01 Productivity From Drill Stem Tests

11.02 Production Projection / Cash Flow

12.00 Case Histories

12.01 Cretaceous Glauconitic Sand

12.02 Triassic Dolomitic Sand

12.03 Devonian Carbonate Reef
12.04 Tar Sands

13.00 List of Abbreviations 

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