April 2016

Extra-deep azimuthal resistivity improves navigation in a complex Barents Sea reservoir

Part 2. This continuation of the VisiTrak application article includes details about reservoir navigation and discussion of the value of ultra-deep resistivity measurements (Part 1 was published in World Oil, February 2016).
David Selvag Larsen / Baker Hughes, a GE Company Andreas Hartmann / Baker Hughes, a GE Company Pascal Luxey / Baker Hughes, a GE Company Sergey Martakov / Baker Hughes, a GE Company Johathan (Jon) Skilling / Baker Hughes, a GE Company Gianbattista Tosi / Eni Norge AS Luigi Zappalorto / Eni Norge AS

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