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  Nos Services:
  Open Hole
  Problems and Solutions
  Lithology and Porosity
  Resistivity Tools
  OMRI: Wire line and Perforating Services new
  RDT: Reservoir Description Tool
  EMIT: Electrical Micro Imaging Too
  CAST-V: Circumferential Acoustic Scanning Tool
  Cased Hole
  Formation Evaluation
  Cement Evaluation
  Casing Inspection
  Production logging PLT
  Pipe Recovery services
  Radial Cutting Torch
  Perforating services
  Down Hole Video
  Reservoir Description Center (RDC)


  HESP Services:
  Open Hole:
  OMRI: Wire line and Perforating Services new:
  Oil Mud Reservoir Imager (OMRI™) Tool Superior Borehole Images in Oil-based Mud's

The latest addition to Halliburton's borehole imaging solutions is the OMRI™ tool for use in oil-based mud's.

 The OMRI tool generates crisp, high-resolution digital images of the well bore down to one inch of vertical resolution, instead of one foot of vertical resolution that is available with conventional logging tools. The extra resolution makes thin bed pay and other important features clearly visible.


Designed to Give Better Data and Superior Resolution

An advanced pad sensor generates 6 resistivity measurements per pad, each with a vertical resolution of 1 inch and a depth of investigation of about 3 inches. Data is collected at 120 samples per foot with a proprietary signal acquisition scheme optimized for rugose hole conditions. The pads are mounted on six independent caliper arms which yield true assessments of borehole shape and stress, useful in frac jobs and completion designs. The sensor pads are mounted on the caliper arms with unique 2-axis of articulation. This facilitates improved pad contact, and thus improved images, in less than ideal borehole conditions. This combination of features provides unparalleled image fidelity over the widest possible range of logging conditions.


OMRI Digital Images Reduce E&P Risks

Halliburton's OMRI tool reduces E&P risks by :

• Identifying important reservoir characteristics, such as structural and stratigraphic dips,  sedimentary geometry and texture, borehole stresses and lithologic unit thickness
• Recognizing features beyond resolution of conventional logs, including permeability barriers, sand attributes, clasts , vugs and more
• Complementing or replacing whole core
• Quantifying important reservoir characteristics such as lithology, porosity, water saturation, permeability, fluid profile and flow potential when integrated with other logs and well information
• Identifying and quantifying thin bed pay



Halliburton's OMRI tool can:

• Give detailed, accurate pictures of the reservoir that answer key geological and petrophysical questions
• In geologically younger, unconsolidated formations
• Increase success rate in multi-well developments by answering questions about sedimentology and structural and stratigraphic analysis, which serve to enhance reservoir management decision making
• Optimize design of completion programs in order to be more efficient and cost effective

* Slower logging speed may be required for low resistivity environments or poor borehole conditions.

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Conception & realisation : IT Dpartement - HESP
  Last Update September 2nd 2018