Has your drilling program switched?
Now its from...
What are we drilling through?
Where are the formations coming in?
Do You Need?
• Formation tops determined...
• Reliable lagged gas data, both in LAS file format as well as a strip log...
• A well report and mud report at the end of your well but
do not need samples or sample descriptions...
Processed data in a striplog format showing the drilling and gas characteristics
Above is an example in the Piceance Basin, CO where coal beds, sands, shales, and even
formation changes can be called without sample descriptions using a remote EDR uplink
display of real-time drilling and gas data
from formation changes to determine well total depth
What is Remote Geo-LoggingRemote logging is an operator driven solution for infill production fields where the central need shifts from describing samples to determining formation tops and gas zones. Remote logging
is where an experienced local geological consultant monitors several rigs for an operator at a
reduced price. The geological consultant is available to be on location for certain zones to help
the operator determine formation tops and/or inspect and calibrate gas detection equipment.
Our consultant can use any 3rd party gas detection system which ties into rig instrumentation allowing real time analysis from remote locations. Final mudlogs and *.las files are then presented with any additional data except for sample descriptions.
Sand pays can be determined remotely lowering your costs and increasing efficiency
in infill-production settings
• Provides an experienced field geologist to watch multiple rigs at a significantly reduced cost. Not
only do the remote loggers monitor drilling & gas data, they will make frequent rig visits to verify gas detector parameters and can be onsite to determine formation tops.
• Is your hands on solution, emphasizing strong field presence, and works closely with the company man and rig crews, acting as the eyes and ears for your operational geologist team.