03 Innovative Use of Logging Data and its Environmental Impact

Tuesday, 7 March
Technical Session
The industry constantly seeks new technologies and methodologies to enlarge the boundaries of tools that interpret the physical world of the borehole and its environs. This session explores examples of innovative use of logging data with environmental impact and what the future may hold in this realm.
Session Chairperson(s)
Bertha Cardozo - Schlumberger Global Services
Crispin Chatar - Schlumberger
  • 1045-1115 212483
    Time-lapse Evaluation From Ultrasonic Pulse Echo and Pitch-catch Configuration and Sonic Logging Data for Potential Shale Creeping and General Annulus Solids Segregation
    G.A. Obando Palacio, Schlumberger Information Solutions; G. Agrawal, Schlumberger; A. Govil, Schlumberger Oilfield Services; S. Gupta, Schlumberger Information Solutions; L.P. Delabroy, T.G. Kristiansen, Aker BP ASA
  • 1115-1145 212447
    Real-time Cement Job Signatures and LWD Sonic Logs Provide Well Integrity Barrier Placement Verification: A Deepwater Gulf of Mexico Case Study
    M. Dooply, Schlumberger; L. Uglebakken, Equinor Gulf of Mexico
  • 1145-1215 212459
    Annuli Material Pseudo-density Estimation From Standard Integrity Logging Data
    A.I. Merciu, Equinor Research Centre

Host Organisation


Platinum Partner

Saudi Aramco

Diversity & Inclusion Session Co-Sponsor



Diversity & Inclusion Session Co-Sponsor




Signage Sponsor



Baker Hughes

Tech Talks Sponsor