A primary goal of the acquisition and interpretation of well log data is the calculation of a field's hydrocarbon volume (be that oil or gas). A number of individual reservoir properties must be accurately defined in order to calculate hydrocarbon volume.
The first chapter of our well log analysis guide brings together these properties into the Hydrocarbon Volume Calculation, focusing on the importance of water saturation (Sw).
Download the chapter to learn:
     1. The basics of the Hydrocarbon Volume Calculation
     2. How to calculate water saturation using the Archie Equation
This download also includes a copy of the complete eGuide’s introduction.

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