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

Goliat is an Eni Norge-operated oil field in the Arctic Barents Sea, 85 km northwest of the city Hammerfest, Fig. 1. The Goliat reservoirs have a complex structure, characterized by a large number of faults and a relatively high structural dip toward the flank of the structure. This challenging combination calls for horizontal production wells for effective drainage.

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