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Russian Resistivity Models (RRM)
By Trofimuk Institute (IPGG SB RAS)
Plug-in Attributes
Platform:
Techlog
Lifecycle
Exploration
Challenges:
Enhanced Oil Recovery
ECCN:
EAR99, Russia Origin
Version
  • 2018 | 2019
Supporting Documents
Installation Guide
Release Notes
User Manual
Overview
The plugin implements an approach based on layered processing and interpretation of BKZ data. Formations are highlighted on the log, significant values are taken, the surrounding formations are corrected as necessary, the initial model is built, and the inversion is performed in order to obtain the resistivity distribution in the near-wellbore space.
Specifications
  • Automatically creates a model of the near-wellbore space based on the initial BKZ data
  • Allows the user to manually configure formation boundaries, or to enter logging curves based on which the boundaries will automatically be set
  • Allows the user to select the formations on which to perform
  • BKZ inversion to find the resistivity of each formation
  • Is fully compatible with the AWI4 workflow
  • Permits the use of standard Techlog methods to process multi well data
Features
The system has the ability to order the boundaries of the layers both manually and using the algorithm. It is also possible to select several layers, automatically make a separate interpretation for each of the layers, and process the data of the entire well. With Techlog’s workflow, it is possible to perform bulk processing with a single set of parameters for the entire field.