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Mud logging reference material

I've been logging geothermal production wells in California for about six months now. Needless to say I have no experience logging hydrocarbons, so when one of our projects in NV hit oil I needed some info and found some good general reference material:

www.enervant.ca/wellsite%20geology%20guide.pdf

http://www.jeffreycreid.com/GPRadar_JFS_bodies_etc.pdf

The one may be a bit outdated but between the both of them they seem to have damn near everything a new logger could need. If you petroleum guys have any more online references we'd appreciate it over here in the steam field.

thanks



12-04-2008 09:37 AM
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http://kimbroughdouglas.com

The above is my website...there are some decent links on the homepage and the page labeled mudlogging. I added the lagcalc file that was posted on this site, also.

Comments and any other helpful links would be appreciated.

Gary

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Nice site, I like it.


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