Skip to main content
Society of Petrophysicists and Well Log Analysts
SPWLA Today Newsletter
Frank S. Millard Training Center
Petrophysical Software Directory
SPWLA Nuggets of Wisdom
2020 Annual Symposium
Call for Abstracts
Resources for Chapter Officers
Chapters at Large
Distinguished Speaker Program
Make a Donation
Foundation Board Members
Grant and Scholarship Applications
Grants and Scholarship Recipients
Books, CDs and more
Additional Membership Dues
Make A Donation
A Method For Determining Formation Permeability From Well Lo
Data from logs which are commonly employed in salt mud systems can be used to determine formation permeability. An empirical correlation of apparent residual oil saturations computed from well log data and permeabilities from whole core analyses has been useful in evaluating San Andres formations in West Texas. A simple method for determining formation permeability from well log data is of considerable assistance in evaluating the producing potential of a well or in making reservoir studies where few core data are available. In the following discussion a permeabilitity interpretation technique is described which uses as its data source logs which are commonly employed in salt mud systems. They are the focused microdevices (Microlaterolog or FoRxo), an independent porosity measuring device (Sonic or Neutron), and a device for measuring Rt (Laterolog or Guard).
Discounted member price:
You could save:
An engaging five-day event you won't want to miss.
Registration Coming in 2020!