Utilizing NMR Mud Logging Technology To Measure Reservoir Fundamental Parameters in Well Site

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Abstract

Nuclear Magnetic Resonance mud logging technology (NMR mud logging) is a new mud logging technology. Mainly applies the CPMGCarr-Purcell-Meiboom-Gillpulse sequence to measure transverse relaxation time (T2) of the fluid. NMR mud logging can measure drill cutting, core and sidewall core in the well site, also according to the experiment results, the sample type and size has little effect to analysis result. Through NMR logging, we can obtain several petrophysical parameters such as total porosity, effective porosity, permeability, oil saturation, water saturation, movable fluid saturation, movable oil saturation, movable water saturation, irreducible fluid saturation, irreducible oil saturation, irreducible water saturation, pore size and distribution in rock samples, etc. NMR mud logging has been used nearly 10 years in China, Sudan, Kazakhstan, etc. it plays an important role in the interpretation and evaluation of reservoir and its fluids.

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Y. Zheng, D. Wan, M. Ayaz and C. Ma, "Utilizing NMR Mud Logging Technology To Measure Reservoir Fundamental Parameters in Well Site," Energy and Power Engineering, Vol. 5 No. 4B, 2013, pp. 1508-1511. doi: 10.4236/epe.2013.54B285.

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