Fugro-Jason Debuts PowerLog 3.1 Petrophysics Software

October 14, 2009 at 2:09 am Leave a comment

Fugro-Jason has released PowerLog® 3.1, the latest version of its Windows®-based petrophysical interpretation software for log data editing, conditioning, analysis and presentation, adding two new interactive modules.

            The LSSA module provides a graphical view of isotropic and anisotropic thinly laminated sand-shale sequences. Built for use with Baker’s 3DEX™ multi-component induction tool, LSSA partitions formations into sand and shale beds using the Thomas-Stieber model. Using Vsh, porosity and resistivity plots with overlays, petrophysicists can graphically adjust interpretation parameters for easy visual feedback and QC of analysis results.

            Borehole image logs, whether electrical or acoustic, tell a lot about formation bedding planes, fractures and borehole breakouts. With the new Borehole Image Dip Picker, petrophysicists can easily and interactively pick, save, recall, edit and share dips from borehole image logs.

            “These two new additions to PowerLog help petrophysicists further maximize the use of log data and the quality of analysis produced with them,” said Joe Jacquot, Strategic Marketing Manager, Fugro-Jason. “PowerLog 3 is on a new development platform that will allow us to rapidly introduce new functionality, with new releases every six to nine months.”

            PowerLog 3.1 will be available beginning Nov. 8, 2009.



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