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PETROPHYSICAL ANALYSIS TEXTBOOKS AND REFERTENCE MANUALS

THE PETROPHYSICIST'S LIBRARY
During the course of a petrophysicist's career, it is tempting to acquire all the reference material you can lay your hands on. This is a pretty good plan, but for newcomers to our industry, this can be both expensive and difficult. Some texts cost more than $400; others are dated, narrow, shallow, or one-sided.

To assist you in creating a worthwhile library, I have prepared a list which includes most textbooks and service company manuals of interest to log analysts. The list includes full title, first author, publisher, date, approximate cost, ISBN number, page count, a pages per dollar rating, and a very brief (and very personal) comment. From this, you should be able to high-grade your library acquisitions.

Most of the hardcover textbooks and service company material listed here are still available, some in updated editions with different ISBN numbers. Check with your local technical book store or service company representative. If these sources fail, try www.amazon.com or www.ebay.com .

There are, of course, many other sources of log analysis knowledge. These include service company brochures on specific tools and software products. Sometimes older versions are very useful while analyzing older logs. Journals and transactions of technical societies, such as CWLS, CSPG, CSEG, CIM, SPWLA, AAPG, SEG, SPE and others, contain thousands of technical papers related to our industry. Saving, sorting, or cataloging these can be a major undertaking – but invaluable to your career.

 
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Crain's Petrophysical Handbook on CD-ROM
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E. R. Crain, c. 1978 - 2010 updated annually

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Crain's Integrated Petrophysics NARRATED Slide Shows  

Home Study Course and Reference Manuals

  Basic Topics 13 AV Lectures

  Advanced Topics 13 AV Lectures

  Unconventional Reservoirs 10 AV Lectures

 

Crain's Petrophysical PocketPal   183 pages  

  Integrated Petrophysics - Logs, Cores, Tests, Productivity - Shaly Sands, Gas Sands,

  Radioactive Sands, Tar Sands, Carbonates

  ISBN 0-9734171-1-0

 

Crain's Unconventional Reservoirs 136 pages  

  Special Methods for Special Cases - TOC, Coal, CBM, Gas Shale, Oil Shale, Tar Sand,

  Laminated Sands, Tight Oil, Gas Hydrates, Igneous/Metamorphic, Potash-

  ISBN 0-9734171-2-0

 

Crain's Ancient Logs                       83 pages 

  Integrating Older Logs with Modern Well Data, Includes Russian Style Logs

  ISBN 0-9734171-3-0

 

Crain's Logging Tool Theory          90 pages  

  New Hire Primer or Add Depth to Basic Skills - Basic Physics, Operating Concepts

  ISBN 0-9734171-4-0

 

Crain's Mechanical Properties       75 pages 

  Elastic Properties for Fracture Design, Seismic Applications, Fractured Reservoirs

  ISBN 0-9734171-5-0

 

 Crain's Cement Integrity                 55 pages 

  New Hire Primer or Add Depth to Basic Skills, Essential for Completion, Workover,

  Stimulation Design, includes Tubing and Casing Inspection

  ISBN 0-9734171-6-0

 

Crain's Seismic Petrophysics        150 pages  

  Integrating Borehole and Seismic Petrophysics, Editing / Modeling Logs, Seismic

  Modeling, Inversion, VSP, and AVO

  ISBN 0-9734171-7-0

 

Crain's Dipmeter Omnibus           220 pages 

  Dipmeter and Imaging Tools, Calculations, and Presentations, Structure, Stratigraphy

  ISBN 0-9734171-8-0

 

Crain's Fractured Reservoirs         73 pages  

  Qualitative and Quantitative Evaluation of Fractured Reservoirs

  ISBN 0-9734171-9-0

Crain's Data Acquisition        116 pages
  Wireline Logs, LWD, MWD, Coring, Core Analysis, XRD, CT Scan, much more
 
ISBN 0-9734171-10-0 
 

            

TEXTBOOKS
  Note: ISBN numbers shown are for the vbolume in my library. Newer editions are often available with different ISBN numbers.

The Log Analysis Handbook
Volume One - Quantitative Methods
E. R. Crain. , Pennwell Books, Tulsa, 1986, ISBN 0-87814-298-3
Out of Print, computer ready math, wide coverage of quantitative analysis
See
 
eTexts by E. R. Crain for current xersion

The Log Analysis Handbook
Volume Two - Geological and Geophysical Methods
E. R. Crain Self Published. 1978 - 2000
Out of Print
 

Log Evaluation of Shaly Sandstones: A Practical Guide
Asquith, G. B., AAPG, Tulsa, 1989, ISBN 0-89181-179-6
Good shaly sand primer, 59 pages

Basic Well Log Analysis For Geologists
Asquith, G. B., AAPG, Tulsa, 1982, ISBN 0-98181-652-6
More detailed analysis methods than above, 216 pages

Log Analysis by Microcomputer
Asquith, G. B., The Petroleum Publishing Company, Tulsa, 1980, ISBN 0-87814-118-9
Out of print - good basic book, 105 pages

Log Quality Control
Bateman, R. M., IHRDC, Boston, 1985, ISBN 0-934634-89-0
Very good, slightly dated, 398 pages

Cased-hole Log Analysis and Reservoir Monitoring
Bateman, R. M., IHRDC, Boston, 1985, ISBN 0-934634-92-0
Good coverage, slightly dated, 311 pages

Fundamentals of Diplog Analysis
Bigelow, E. L., Atlas Wireline Services, Houston, 1987, ISBN AT87-131
Very good on dipmeter basics, slightly dated, 216 pages

Cores and Core Logging for Geologists
Blackbourn, G. A., Whittles Publishing, Caithness, 1990, ISBN 1-870325-25-7
Excellent wellsite procedures manual, 112 pages

Determination Of Residual Oil Saturation
Bond, D. C. (Editor), Interstate Oil Compact Commission, Tulsa, 1978, ISBN 77-78927
No mention of moved oil from open hole log analysis - I wonder why?, 302 pages

Acoustics of Porous Media
Bourbie, T., Gulf Publishing Company, Houston, 1987, ISBN 0-87201-025-2
Very deep, very scary if you like the sonic log, 331 pages

Applied Open-hole Log Analysis
Brock, J., Gulf Publishing Company, Houston, 1986, ISBN 0-87201-638-2
Good coverage, one of the standard texts, 284 pages

Exploration Methods for Sandstone Reservoirs
Busch, D. A., OGCI Publications, Tulsa, 1985, ISBN 0-930972-07-4
Great book for curve shapes, correlation, and depositional environments, 270 pages

Handbook of Physical Constants
Clark, S. P. (Editor), The Geological Society of America, New York, 1966, ISBN 66-19814
Essential - find one at any cost, 587 pages

CWLS Log Analysis Handbook
Crain, E. R., Orman, D., (Editors) CWLS, Calgary, 1987, ISBN na
100% Canadian content - you need this, 100 pages

Canadian Case Histories CWLS Reprint Volumes - Vols 1 - 3
Crain, E.R. (Editor), CWLS, Calgary, 1991 , ISBN na
The best bargain in town - 3 volume set for $120 + CWLS Bibliography on disc, 1500 pages

Applied Hydrodynamics in Petroleum Exploration
Dahlberg, E. C., Springer-Verlag, New York, 1982, ISBN 0-387-90677-0
Log analysts need to know this stuff, 161 pages

Essentials of Modern Open-hole Log Interpretation
Dewan, J. T., PennWell Publ, Tulsa, 1983, ISBN 0-87814-233-9
A modern best seller and classical treatment, 361 pages

Log Analysis of Subsurface Geology
Doveton, J. H., John Wiley & Sons, New York, 1986, ISBN 0-471-89368-4
A regional, computerized approach, 273 pages

Geologic Log Analysis of  Using Computer Methods
Doveton, J., AAPG, Tulsa, 1994, ISBN 0-89181-701-8

Rocky Mountain Formation Water Resistivities
DWLS, Petroleum Information Corporation, Denver, 1985, ISBN na
You might need this, 100 pages

Well Logging for Earth Scientists
Ellis, D. V., Elsevier Science Publishing Co. Inc., New York, 1987, ISBN 0-444-01180-3
Lots of tool theory, 532 pages

Finding Oil and Gas from Well Logs
Etnrye, L .M., Van Nostrand Reinhold, New York, 1989, ISBN 0-442-22309-9
Good basics, not much "Finding", 305 pages

Formation Evaluation
EXLOG Staff, IHRDC, Boston, 1985, ISBN 0-88746-054-2
Good geology primer, 183 pages

Theory and Evaluation of Formation Pressures
EXLOG Staff, IHRDC, Boston, 1985, ISBN 0-88746-052-6
Thorough coverage, 231 pages

Mud Logging
EXLOG Staff, IHRDC, Boston, 1985, ISBN 0-88746-044-5
Thorough coverage, 92 pages

Theory and Application of Drilling Fluids Hydraulics
EXLOG Staff, IHRDC, Boston, 1985, ISBN 0-88746-045-3
Log analysts should read this once, 198 pages

Coring Operations
EXLOG Staff, IHRDC, Boston, 1985, ISBN 0-88746-053-4
Thorough coverage, 174 pages

Abnormal Formation Pressures
Fertl, W. H., Elsevier Science Publishing Company Inc., New York, 1976, ISBN 0-444-41328-6
Excellent coverage, 382 pages

Prospecting With Old E-Logs
Frank, R. W., Schlumberger Educational Services, Houston, 1986, ISBN SMP-7013
Gulf Coast orientation, well presented, 161 pages

Log Interpretation Reference Data Handbook
Gearhart-Owen Industries, Gearhart-Own Industries Inc., Fort Worth, 1972, ISBN na
Really good data, but impossible to find, 150 pages

Lexicon of Canadian Stratigraphy
Glass, D. J., McAra Printing Limited, Calgary, 1990, ISBN 0-9020230-23-7
Good lithology descriptions, need a separate volume for each area in Canada, 772 pages

Wireline Operations
Gore, N., The University of Texas, Austin, 1984, ISBN 0-88698-043-7
Wireline workovers, not wireline logging, good stuff to know, 80 pages

Geophysical Logging for Mineral and Engineering Applications
Hallenburg, J. K., PennWell Publishing Company, Tulsa, 1984, ISBN 0-87814-235-5
Not very deep, some good examples, 234 pages

HP41C Formation Evaluation Programs
Hallenburg, J. K., PennWell Publishing Company, Tulsa, 1984, ISBN 0-87814-253-3
Companion to above, 105 pages

Russian Style Formation Evaluation
Harrison, B. (Editor), Geol Soc (UK), 1994, ISBN 1-897799-20-9
Tremendous book, necessary if you work with Russian style logs, 700 pages

Fundamentals of Formation Evaluation
Helander, D. P. OGCI Publications, Tulsa, 1983, ISBN 0-930972-02-3
Broad coverage, well beyond logging

History of the Well Logging and Wireline Business
Hilchie, D. W., Douglas W. Hilchie Inc., Boulder, 1990, ISBN na
Interesting and personal survey

The Geologic Well Log Interpreter
Hilchie, D. W., Douglas W. Hilchie Inc., Golden, 1987, ISBN na
Clear schematic and real examples, 150 pages

Advanced Well Log Interpretation
Hilchie, D. W., Douglas W. Hilchie Inc., Golden, 1982, ISBN na
An industry standard, slightly dated, 300 pages

Applied Open-hole Log Interpretation
Hilchie, D. W., Douglas W. Hilchie Inc., Golden, 1982, ISBN na
The basics covered well - some Canadian content, 300 pages

Applied Open-hole Log Interpretation - Solutions
Hilchie, D. W., Douglas W. Hilchie Inc., Golden, 1982, ISBN na
Answers for above exercises, 50 pages

Old Electrical Log Interpretation
Hilchie, D. W. Douglas W. Hilchie Inc., Golden, 1979, ISBN na
The best of the three books that cover this subject, 164 pages

Production Logging - Theoretical and Interpretive Elements
Hill, A. D., SPE, Richardson, 1990, ISBN 1-55563-030-8
Thorough coverage, 154 pages

TI-59 Reservoir Engineering Manual
Hollo, R., PennWell Publishing Company, Tulsa, 1980, ISBN 0-87814-134-0
Some useful algorithms, 220 pages

Geological Applications of Wireline Logs II
Hurst, A. (Editor), Geol Soc (UK), 1992, ISBN 0-903317-80-X
A collection of recent papers, European viewpoint, 404 pages

Geological Applications of Wireline Logs
Hurst, A. (Editor), Geol Soc (UK), 1990, ISBN 0-903317-45-1
A collection of recent papers, European viewpoint, 357 pages

Well Logging for the Nontechnical Person
Johnson, D. E., PennWell Publishing Company, Oklahoma, 1988, ISBN 0-87814-329-7
Well, not really non-technical, but their hearts were in the right place, 198 pages

Formation Waters of Western Canada
Johnson, R., Opus Engineering, Calgary, 1992, ISBN na
Complete chemical analysis of each sample, more complete than CWLS catalog, 500 pages

Well Logging 2 - Electric and Acoustic Logging
Jorden, J. R., SPE, Richardson, 1986, ISBN 1-55563-002-2
Very concise, consistent review - Volume III on radioactivity is overdue by 2-3 years, 182 pages

Well Logging 1 - Rock Properties, Borehole Environment, Mud and Temperature Logging
Jorden, J. R. SPE, Richardson, 1984, ISBN 0-89520-323-5
Very concise, consistent review, 167 pages

Induction Logging
Kaufman, A. A. Elsevier Science Publishing Co. Inc., New York, 1989, ISBN 0-444-42949-2
You need to be weird to own this book, 600 pages

Thermodynamics for Geologists
Kern, R., Freeman, Cooper and Company, San Francisco, 1967, ISBN 0-87735-305-0
Explains diagenisis - sort of, 304 pages

A Practical Introduction to Borehole Geophysics
Labo, J., SEG, Tulsa, 1986, ISBN 0-931830-47-8
Well done, but not well known, very good on seismic applications, 330 pages

Reservoir Characterization
Lake, L. (Editor), Academic Press, New York, 1989, ISBN 0-12-424066-0
A collection of provocative papers, 722 pages

Formation Evaluation
Lynch, E. J., Harper & Row, New York, 1962, ISBN 62-13249
Out of print, but broad coverage, 414 pages

Fundamentals of Electric Logging
Martin, R. I., The Petroleum Publishing Company, Tulsa, 1955, ISBN na
Reprints of old papers - interesting but not essential, 68 pages

Elmworth - Case Study of a Deep Basin Gas Field
Masters, J, AAPG, Tulsa, 1984, ISBN 0-89181-315-2
The ultimate case history - 100% Canadian content, 316 pages

HP-41 Reservoir Engineering Manual
Meehan, D. N., PennWell Publishing Company, Tulsa, 1982, ISBN 0-87814-186-3
Some useful math, 364 pages

Well Log Formation Evaluation
Merkel, R. H., AAPG, Tulsa, 1986, ISBN 89181-163-X
Course notes, pretty basic, 82 pages

Geologic Well Log Analysis Bar Code Supplement
Pirson, S. J., Gulf Publishing Company, 1983 , ISBN 0-87201-903-9
Companion to below, 28 pages

Geologic Well Log Analysis - Third Edition
Pirson, S. J., Gulf Publishing Company, Houston, 1983, ISBN 0-87201-902-0
An industry standard, very good geology, less reservoir applications, 475 pages

Geologic Well Log Analysis
Pirson, S. J., Gulf Publishing Company, Houston, 1970, ISBN 0-87201-901-2
Older version - not much different than above, 475 pages

Handbook of Well Log Analysis
Pirson, S. J., Prentice-Hall Inc., Englewood Cliffs, 1963, ISBN 63-9396
State of the art in 1962, still useful for older logs, 326 pages

Oil Reservoir Engineering
Pirson, S. J., McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc., New York, 1958, ISBN 57-10917
A classic out of print - find one if you can, 735 pages

Glossary of Terms and Expressions Used in Well Logging Second Edition
Ransom, R. C., SPWLA, Houston, 1984, ISBN na
Some entries are misleading, 116 pages

Exploration for Carbonate Petroleum Reservoirs
Reeckmann, A., John Wiley & Sons, New York, 1982, ISBN 0-471-08603-7
Useful, hard to find, 213 pages

The Geological Interpretation of Well Logs
Rider, M. H., Halsted Press, New York, 1986, ISBN 0-470-20281-5
Newer than Pirson, heavy on tool theory, 175 pages

The Art of Ancient Log Analysis
Ross, D. (Editor), Society of Professional Well Log Analysts, Houston, 1979, ISBN na
Mostly reprints plus course notes, 300 pages

Handbook on Well Logging
Sengel, E. W., The Institute for Energy Development, Oklahoma, 1981, ISBN 0-89419-112-8
Brief, somewhat dated, 168 pages

Fundamentals of Well Log Interpretation - Interpretation
Serra, O., Elsevier Publ, New York, 1986, ISBN 0-444-42620-5
These two volumes are the best, especially the illustrations, but not cheap, 679 pages

Fundamentals of Well Log Interpretation - Acquisition
Serra, O., Elsevier Publ, New York, 1984, ISBN 0-444-42132-7
See above, 422 pages

Reservoir Engineering Techniques Using Fortran
Sinha, M., IHRDC, Boston, 1985, ISBN 0-934634-50-5
Some good algorithms, ready to code, 224 pages

Production Logging
SPE, Richardson, 1985, ISBN 0-89529-328-6
Very concise, consistent review, 375 pages

Formation Water Resistivities of Canada
Struyk, C. (Editor), CWLS, Calgary, 1987, ISBN na
You need this, 77 pages

Formation Water Resistivities of Canada on Disc
Crain, E. R., CWLS, Calgary, 1992, ISBN na
Companion to above, 1 disc

Oil and Gas Production - Openhole Logging
The University of Texas, Petroleum Extension Service, Austin, 1981, ISBN 3.30410
Course notes, dated, 85 pages

Log Data Acquisition and Quality Control
Theys, P. P., Gulf Publishing Company, Houston, 1991, ISBN 2-7108-0601-0
Good stuff, slightly different viewpoint, 330 pages

Practical Reservoir Engineering - Volume 2
Timmerman, E. H., PennWell Publishing Company, Tulsa, 1982, ISBN 0-87814-181-2
Really good overview, modern approach, 367 pages

Practical Reservoir Engineering - Volume 1
Timmerman, E. H., PennWell Publishing Company, Tulsa, 1982, ISBN 0-87814-168-5
Really good overview, modern approach, 363 pages

Geophysical Well Logging
Tittman, J., Academic Press Inc., Florida, 1986, ISBN 0-12-691390-0
An industry classic at a good price, 175 pages

Wireline Logging Tool Catalog
Verdier, M., Editions Technip, Paris, 1984, ISBN 2-7108-0452-2
Good, but gets out of date quickly, 169 pages

Exploration Stratigraphy
Visher, G. S., PennWell Publish Company, Tulsa, 1990, ISBN 0-87814-342-4
Really good illustrations, 433 pages

North Sea Formation Waters
Warren, E. A. (Editor), Geol Soc (UK), 1994, ISBN 1-897799-07-1
Very pretty and pretty expensive, 200 pages

Basic Concepts of Well Log Interpretation
Welex Haliburton Company, Houston, 1950?, ISBN na
An oldie but goodie - one of the best explanations of Archie's Laws, 42 pages

SEM Petrology Atlas
Welton, J. E., AAPG, Tulsa, 1984, ISBN 0-89181-653-4
Not as useful as I had hoped, 237 pages

Mud Logging Handbook
Whittaker, A., Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, 1991, ISBN 0-13-155268-6
Good practical book, 531 pages

The Fundamentals of Well Log Interpretation
Wyllie, R. J., Academic Press, New York, 1963, ISBN 0-12-767253-2
State of the art in 1962, useful insights into sonic logging, 238 pages

The Schlumberger Adventure
Gruber-Schlumberger, A.. Arco Publishing, New York, 1982, ISBN 0-668-05644-4
Very personal story of the early days of logging

Schlumberger: History of a Technique
Allaud, L., Martin, M., Wiley, New York, 1977, ISBN 0-471-31667-5
Very good technical history

Science On The Run
Bowker, G., MIT Press, Cambridge, 1994, ISBN 0-262-02367-9
Terrible writing, many factual errors, confusing – don’t waste your time

Art of Corporate Success
Auletta, A., Putnam, New York, 1984, ISBN 0-399-12930-8
Mostly business

The Rock Physics Handbook
Mavko, G., Cambridge Press, 1998, USBN 0-521-62068-6
Excellent presentation of useful algorithms

Behaviour of the Earth
Allegre, C., Harvard Press, Cambridge, 1988, ISBN 0-374-06458-5
Excellent, well illustrated

Fundamentals of Reservoir Simulation
Peaceman, D., Elsevier, New York, 1989, ISBN 0-444-41578-5
Fairly deep, but helps to understand the final use of petrophysical results

Selected Well Logs of Colorado
Barb, C., Colo School of Mines, Golden, 1946, ISBN na
Sample descriptions of early wells

Petroleum Engineering, Drilling and Completions
Gatlin, C., Prentice Hall, 1960, ISBN na
Dated material 

Seismic Surveying and Well Logging
Boyer, S., Editions Technip, 1997, ISBN 2-7108-0712-2
Excellent coverage

Encyclopedia of Earth Sciences
Smith, D. G.., Crown Publishers, Cambridge, 1981, ISBN 0-517-54370-2
Useful reference, not much on petrophysics

Kansas Online Automated Log Analysis –KOALA
Doveton, J., Kansas Geological Survey, Lauwrence, 1980, ISBN na
Dated material, check KGS website

Pressure Buildup and Flow Test in Wells
Matthews, C. S., SPE, 1967, ISBN 0-89520-200-X
Covers the basics well

Theory, Measurement and Interpretation of Well Logs
Bassiouni, Z., SPE, Richardson, 1994, ISBN 1-55563-056-1
Clear and concise

Productive Low Resistivity Well Logs, Offshore Gulf of Mexico
Moore, D. C., Houston Geol Soc, 1993, ISBN na
Course notes with case histories

Introduction to Wireline Log Analysis
Bigelow, E., Baker Hughes, 1992,  ISBN na
Well written overview

Fifty Years of Dresser Atlas
Dresser Atlas, 1982, ISBN na
Excellent history, contrast with Schlumberger histories

Schlumberger World Energy Atlas
P. Bush, Petroleum Economist, London, 2003 ISBN 1-86186-193-1
Useful, but many errors on maps, North America coverage is poor

 

ESSENTIAL SERVICE COMPANY REFERENCE MANUALS
Interpretive Methods for Production Well Logs
Atlas Wireline, Atlas Wireline, 1990,  AT90-163
Very necessary, 188 pages

Neutron Lifetime Log
Atlas Wireline, Atlas Wireline, 1983, AT 3319
You need this, even if its old, 100 pages

Well Logging and Interpretation Techniques - The Course for Home Study
Dresser Atlas, Atlas Wireline, 1985, DA 9333
A real bargain, get a current version, 100 pages

Carbon/Oxygen Log
Dresser Atlas, Dresser Industries Inc., Houston, 1981, DA  9417
This topic is not covered well in the standard books, 250 pages

Spectralog
Dresser Atlas, Dresser Atlas, 1980, DA 3334
Many examples, slightly dated, 250 pages

Practical Log Analysis
Dresser Atlas, Petroleum Publishing Company, Tulsa, 1979, DA 9394
A collection of basic papers, 50 pages

Cased Hole Log Interpretation Principles/Applications
Schlumberger, Schlumberger, Houston, 1989, SMP-7025
Very tool oriented, you may need older versions for old logs, 200 pages

Log Interpretation Principles/Applications
Schlumberger, Schlumberger, Houston, 1987, SMP-7017
Very tool oriented, you may need older versions for old logs, 198 pages

Sedimentary Environments from Wireline Logs
Schlumberger, Schlumberger, Houston, 1985, M-081030/SMP-7008
Condensed version of book by Oberto Serra, 210 pages

Well Seismic Techniques
Schlumberger, Schlumberger, Houston, 1985, SMP-9040
No other reference covers these topics, 24 pages

 Cased Hole Applications
Schlumberger, Schlumberger, Houston, 1975, C-11976
Older version - you need it for older tools, 123 pages

Fluid Conversion in Production Log Interpretation
Schlumberger, Schlumberger, Houston, 1974, C-11952
Absolutely essential - topics not covered elsewhere, 57 pages

The Essentials of Log Interpretation Practice
Schlumberger, Schlumberger, Houston, 1973, ISBN na
A concise review of techniques as done in the 70's, 30 pages

Fundamentals of Dipmeter Interpretation
Schlumberger, Schlumberger, Houston, 1970, C-11797
Superceded by Sedimentary Environments, but you need this version too, 147 pages

ESSENTIAL TECHICAL PAPERS 1927 - 1984
This bibliography was prepared in 1984 for my textbook “The Log Analysis Handbook”, published in 1986 by Pennwell Books (out of print). It is subdivided into 17 sections that followed the chapter designations of the original plan for the book. Most sections have further subdivisions based on my needs at the time. The reference style is my own: title, authors, source, year.  Some entries appear more than once as they cover more than one of my subdivisions. This list was culled from several thousand technical papers, books, and manuals in my library. Although the library has grown considerably since this list was compiled, no attempt has been made to add the tens of thousands of papers published in the last 25+ years. This more recent material is easily found by Internet searches.

You can use Edit >> Find on This Page to search for keywords or author names.  However many important papers dealing with a specific topic are not obvious from their title, so I still spend a lot of time reviewing the “old stuff” in paper format to find what I want.

1 HISTORICAL EVOLUTION OF LOG ANALYSIS

 

A.  Service Company Manuals

 

 

         1.  Well Logging and Interpretation Techniques

             Dresser Atlas, Home Study Course, 1982

 

         2.  Carbon/Oxygen Log

             Dresser Atlas, 1981

 

         3.  Spectrolog

             Dresser Atlas, 1982

 

         4.  Wireline Services Catalog

             Dresser Atlas, 1982

 

 

         5.  Log Interpretation Chartbook (English-Metric

             Edition)

             Dresser Atlas, 1982

 

         6.  Log Review 1

             Dresser Atlas, 1974

 

         7.  Log Interpretation Volume I - Principles

             Schlumberger, 1972

 

         8.  Log Interpretation Volume II - Applications

             Schlumberger, 1974

 

         9.  Log Interpretation Charts English -Metric Edition

             Schlumberger, 1979 (redrawn 1984)

 

        10.  Production Log Interpretation

             Schlumberger, 1973

 

        11.  Fluid Conversions in Production Log Interpretation

             Schlumberger, 1974

 

        12.  Services Catalog

             Schlumberger, 1980

 

        13.  Basic Concepts of Well Log Interpretation

             Welex Brochure, 1980

 

 

B.  Books

 

         1.  Basic Well Log Analysis For Geologists

             E. Asquith, C. Gibson

             AAPG, Tulsa, OK, 1982 with Bar Code Supplement for HP41C

 

         2.  Log Quality Control

             R.M. Bateman

             IHRDC, Boston, MA, 1985

 

         3.  Cased Hole Log Analysis and Reservoir Performance

             Monitoring

             R. M. Bateman

             IHRDC, Boston, MA, 1985

 

         4.  Applied Petroleum Reservoir Engineering

             B.C. Craft and M.F. Hawkins

             Prentice Hall, Eaglewoor Cliffs, NJ, 1959

 

         5.  Essentials of Modern Open Hole Log Interpretation

             J. Dewan

             Pennwell Books, Tulsa, OK, 1984

 

         6.  Production  Handbook, Vol. 1, 2

             T.C. Frick, Editor

             McGraw Hill, New UYork, NY, 1962

 

         7.  Geophysical Logging for Mineral and Engineering

             Applications

             J.K. Hallenburg

             Pennwell Books, Tulsa, OK, 1984

 

         8.  Fundamentals of Formation Evaluation

             D.P. Helander

             Pennwell Books, Tulsa, OK, 1984

 

         9.  Applied Open Hole Log Interpretation for Geologists and

             Engineers

             D.W. Hilchie, Golden, CO, 1982

 

        10.  Advanced Well Log Interpretation

             D.W. Hilchie, Golden, CO, 1982

 

        11.  Solution Manual for Applied Open Hole Log Interpretation

             D.W. Hilchie, Golden, CO 1982

 

        12.  Old Electric Log Interpretation

             D.W. Hilchie, Goldon, CO, 1979

 

        13.  Formation Evaluation

             E.J. Lynch

             Harper and Row, New York, NY, 1962

 

        14.  Petroleum Exploration Handbook

             G.B. Moody, Editor

             McGraw Hill, New York, NY, 1961

 

        15.  Oil Reservoir Engineering

             S.J. Pirson

             McGraw Hill, New York, NY, 1958

 

        16.  Geologic Well Log Analysis

             S.J. Pirson

             Gulf Publishing, Houston, TX, 1983

 

        17.  The Art of Ancient Log Analysis

             SPWLA, Houston Chapter, undated

 

        18.  Petroleum Production Handbook, Vol. 1, 2, 3

             L.C. Uren

             McGraw Hill, New York, NY, 1959

 

 

 

 C.  Techical Papers - Chronological Order

 

         1.  Electrical Coring:  A Method of Determining Bottom-Hole

             Data by Electrical Measurements

             C. & M. Schlumberger, E.G. Leonardon

             AIME, 1932

 

         2.  A New Contribution to Subsurface Studies by Means  of

             Electrical Measurements in Drill Holes

             C. & M. Schlumberger, E.G. Leonardon

             AIME, 1933

 

         3.  Temperature Measurements in Oil Wells

             M. Schlumberger, H.G. Doll, A.A. Perebinossoff

             SWSC, 1936 (Paris)

 

         4.  Electrical Resistivity Log as an Aid in Determining Some

             Reservoir Characteristics

             G.E. Archie

             Journal of Petroleum Technology, 1941

 

         5.  Radioactive Well Log Interpretation

             J.P. Campbell, A.B. Winter

             Lane Wells, 1946

 

         6.  Radioactivity Well Logging - Gamma Ray Measurements

             R.E. Fearon

             Lane Wells, 1946

 

         7.  Application of Dipmeter Surveys

             E.F. Stratton, R.G. Hamilton

             AIME, 1947

 

         8.  True Resistivity Determination from the Electric Log

             - Its Application to Log Analysis

             H.G. Doll, J.C. Legrand, E.R. Stratton

             Drilling and Production Practice, 1947

 

         9.  Natural Potentials in Well Logging

             W.D. Mounce, W. M. Rust, Jr.

             AIME, 1948

 

        10.  The SP Log:  Theoretical Analysis and Principles of

             Interpretation

             H.G. Doll

             AIME, 1948

 

        11.  Electric Logging

             E.R. Stratton, R. D. Ford

             Colorado School of Mines, 1949

 

        12.  SP Log in Shaly Sands

             H.G. Doll

             Journal of Petroleum Technology, 1949

 

        13.  Introduction to Induction Logging and Application to

             Logging of Wells Drilled With Oil Base Mud

             H.G. Doll

             AIME, 1949

 

        14.  Radiological Training Course

             C.H. Douglas

             RP-D, 1950

 

        15.  The Microlog - A New Electrical Logging Method for

             Detailed Determinations of Permeable Beds

             H.B. Doll

             AIME, 1950

 

        16.  The Laterolog:  A New Resistivity Logging Method With

             Electrodes Using an Automatic Focusing System

             H.G. Doll

             Journal of Petroleum Technology, 1951

 

        17.  Experimental Basis for Neutron Log Interpretation

             J.T. Dewan, L.A. Allard

             Petroleum Engineer, 1953

 

        18.  Microlaterolog

             H.G. Doll

             Journal of Petroleum Technology, 1953

 

        19.  A Method of Formation Testing on Logging Cable

             M. Lebourg, R.Q. Field, C.A. Doh

             JPT, 1957

 

        20.  Sonic Logging in Consolidated Formations

             C.A. Doh, R.P. Alger

             SWSC, 1958

 

        21.  Velocity Log Characteristics

             A.A. Stripling

             Journal of Petroleum Technology, 1958

 

        22.  Sonic Logging

             M.P. Tixier, R.P. Alger, C.A. Doh

             AIME, 1958

 

        23.  Laboratory Studies of a Pulsed Neutron Source Technique

             in Well Logging

             J. Tillman, W.B. Nelligan

             AIME, 1959

 

        24.  Automatic Computation of Dipmeter Logs Digitally Recorded

             on Magnetic Tapes

             J.H. Moran, M. A. Coufleau, G.K. Miller, J. P. Timmons

             AIME, 1961

 

        25.  Analysis of Pressure Buildup Data Obtained by the Wire

             Line Formation Tester

             J.H. Moran, E.E. Finklea

             SPE, 1961

 

        26.  Logging Empty Holes

             C.G. Rodermund, R.P. Alger, J. Tittman

             Oil and Gas Journal, 1961

 

        27.  Recent Achievements With the Formation Tester in Canada

             K.M. Banks

             CIM, 1963

 

        28.  The 3-D Velocity Log:  Characteristic and Use

             D.M. Christensen

             SSC, 1963

 

        29.  Dual Induction-Laterolog:  A New Tool for Resistivity

             Analysis

             M.P. Tixier, R.P. Alger, W.P. Biggs, B.N. Carpenter

             AIME, 1963

 

        30.  Formation Density Log Application in Liquid-Filled

             Holes

             R.P. Alger, L.L. Ramer, W.R. Hoyle , M.P. Tixier

             Journal of Petroleum Technology, 1964

 

        31.  Dual Spacing Formation Density Log

             J.S. Wahl, J. Tittman, C.W. Johstone, R.P. Alger

             Journal of Petroleum Technology, 1964

 

        32.  Hydrodynamics In Oil Wells

             Schlumberger, 1964

 

        33.  Nuclear Flolog

             Dresser Atlas, 1964

 

        34.  Resume And Current Status Of The Use Of Logs In Production

             E.T. Connolly

             SPWLA, 1965

 

        35.  Flow Analysis With The Gradiomanometer And Flowmeter

             M.R. Curtis

             SWSC, 1966

 

        36.  Neutron Lifetime Logging in Theory and Practice

             A.H. Youmans, E.C. Hopkinson, P.A. Wichmann

             SPWLA, 1966

 

        37.  Sidewall Epithermal Neutron Porosity Log

             J. Tittman, H. Sherman, W.A. Nagel, R.P. Alger

             Journal of Petroleum Technology, 1966

 

        38.  Effective Porosity and Permeability of Sandstones

             Investigated Through Nuclear Magnetic Resonance

             Principles

             A. Timur

             SPWLA, 1968

 

        39.  Dual Spacing Neutron Log - CNLi

             R.P. Alger, S. Locke, W.A. Nagel, H. Sherman

             AIME, 1971

 

        40.  Quantitative Interpretation of Therman Neutron Decay Time

             Logs

             C. Clavier, W. Hoyle, D. Meunier

             JPT, 1971

 

        41.  Dual Laterolog - Rxo Tool

             J. Suau, P. Grimaldi, A. Poupon, P. Souhaite

             AIME, 1972

 

        42.  Thermal Neutron Decay Time Logging Using Dual Detection

             J.T. Dewan, C.W. Johnstone, L. A. Jacobso, W. B. Wall,

             R.P. Alger

             SPWLA, 1973

 

        43.  Use of the Temperature for Determining Flow Rate in

             Producing Wells

             M.R. Curtis, E.J. Witterholt

             SPE, 1973

 

        44.  Evaluation of Well Performance Through Production Logging

             B.G. Petovello

             CWLS, 1975

 

        45.  Fundamentals of the Differental Gamma Ray Log

             M. Hassan, A. Hossin, A. Combaz

             SPWLA, 1976

 

        46.  Directional Survey Calculations

             J.T. Craig, B.V. Randall

             Petroleum Engineer, 1976

 

        47.  Advancements in Uncased Hole Wireline Formation Tester

             Techniques

             A.L. Schultz, W.T. Bell, H.J. Urbanosky

             SPE, 1976

 

        48.  Electromagnetic Propagation - A New Dimension In Logging

             T.J. Calvert, R.N. Rau, L.E. Wells

             AIME, 1977

 

        49.  Borehole Gravity Meter

             Edcon, 1977

 

        50.  Gamma Ray Spectral Data Assists Complex Formation

             Evaluation

             W.H. Fertl

             SPWLA, 1979  (London)

 

        51.  An Improved Nuclear Magnetism Logging System and Its

             Application to Formation Evaluation

             R.C. Herrick, S.H. Cautourie, D.L. Best

             SPE, 1979

 

        52.  Litho-Density Log Interpretation

             J.S. Gardner, J.L. Dumanoir

             SPWLA, 1980

 

        53.  Combined Natural Gamma Ray Spectral/Litho-Density

             Measurements Applied to Complex Lithology

             J.A. Quirein, J.S. Gardner, J.T. Watson

             SPE, 1982

 

        54.  Theory, Interpretation and Practical Applications of

             Natural Gamma Ray Spectroscopy

             O. Serra, J. Baldwin, J. Quirein

 

 

 

D.  Technical Papers  - Alphabetical Listing by Senior Author

 

         1.  Formation Density Log Application in Liquid-Filled Holes

             R.P. Alger, L.L. Ramer, W.R. Hoyle , M.P. Tixier

             Journal of Petroleum Technology, 1964

 

         2.  Dual Spacing Neutron Log - CNLi

             R.P. Alger, S. Locke, W.A. Nagel, H. Sherman

             AIME, 1971

 

         3.  Electrical Resistivity Log as an Aid in Determining Some

             Reservoir Characteristics

             G.E. Archie

             Journal of Petroleum Technology, 1941

 

         4.  Recent Achievements With the Formation Tester in Canada

             K.M. Banks

             CIM, 1963

 

         5.  Electromagnetic Propagation - A New Dimension In Logging

             T.J. Calvert, R.N. Rau, L.E. Wells

             AIME, 1977

 

         6.  Radioactive Well Log Interpretation

             J.P. Campbell, A.B. Winter

             Lane Wells, 1946

 

         7.  The 3-D Velocity Log:  Characteristic and Use

             D.M. Christensen

             SSC, 1963

 

         8.  Quantitative Interpretation of Therman Neutron Decay Time

             Logs

             C. Clavier, W. Hoyle, D. Meunier

             JPT, 1971

 

         9.  Resume And Current Status Of The Use Of Logs In Production

             E.T. Connolly

             SPWLA, 1965

 

        10.  Directional Survey Calculations

             J.T. Craig, B.V. Randall

             Petroleum Engineer, 1976

 

        11.  Flow Analysis With The Gradiomanometer And Flowmeter

             M.R. Curtis

             SWSC, 1966

 

        12.  Use of the Temperature for Determining Flow Rate in

             Producing Wells

             M.R. Curtis, E.J. Witterholt

             SPE, 1973

 

        13.  Experimental Basis for Neutron Log Interpretation

             J.T. Dewan, L.A. Allard

             Petroleum Engineer, 1953

 

        14.  Thermal Neutron Decay Time Logging Using Dual Detection

             J.T. Dewan, C.W. Johnstone, L. A. Jacobso, W. B. Wall,

             R.P. Alger

             SPWLA, 1973

 

        15.  Sonic Logging in Consolidated Formations

             C.A. Doh, R.P. Alger

             SWSC, 1958

 

        16.  True Resistivity Determination from the Electric Log - Its

             Application to Log Analysis

             H.G. Doll, J.C. Legrand, E.R. Stratton

             Drilling and Production Practice, 1947

 

        17.  SP Log in Shaly Sands

             H.G. Doll

             Journal of Petroleum Technology, 1949

 

        18.  The Microlog - A New Electrical Logging Method for

             Detailed Determinations of Permeable Beds

             H.B. Doll

             AIME, 1950

 

        19.  Microlaterolog

             H.G. Doll

             Journal of Petroleum Technology, 1953

 

        20.  The Laterolog:  A New Resistivity Logging Method With

             Electrodes Using an Automatic Focusing System

             H.G. Doll

             Journal of Petroleum Technology, 1951

 

        21.  Introduction to Induction Logging and Application to

             Logging of Wells Drilled With Oil Base Mud

             H.G. Doll

             AIME, 1949

 

        22.  The SP Log:  Theoretical Analysis and Principles of

             Interpretation

             H.G. Doll

             AIME, 1948

 

        23.  Radiological Training Course

             C.H. Douglas

             RP-D, 1950

 

        24.  Nuclear Flolog

             Dresser Atlas, 1964

 

        25.  Borehole Gravity Meter

             Edcon, 1977

 

        26.  Radioactivity Well Logging - Gamma Ray Measurements

             R.E. Fearon

             Lane Wells, 1946

 

        27.  Gamma Ray Spectral Data Assists Complex Formation

             Evaluation

             W.H. Fertl

             SPWLA, 1979  (London)

 

        28.  Litho-Density Log Interpretation

             J.S. Gardner, J.L. Dumanoir

             SPWLA, 1980

 

        29.  Fundamentals of the Differental Gamma Ray Log

             M. Hassan, A. Hossin, A. Combaz

             SPWLA, 1976

 

        30.  An Improved Nuclear Magnetism Logging System and Its

             Application to Formation Evaluation

             R.C. Herrick, S.H. Cautourie, D.L. Best

             SPE, 1979

 

        31.  A Method of Formation Testing on Logging Cable

             M. Lebourg, R.Q. Field, C.A. Doh

             JPT, 1957

 

        32.  Automatic Computation of Dipmeter Logs Digitally Recorded

             on Magnetic Tapes

             J.H. Moran, M. A. Coufleau, G.K. Miller, J. P. Timmons

             AIME, 1961

 

        33.  Analysis of Pressure Buildup Data Obtained by the Wire

             Line Formation Tester

             J.H. Moran, E.E. Finklea

             SPE, 1961

 

        34.  Natural Potentials in Well Logging

             W.D. Mounce, W. M. Rust, Jr.

             AIME, 1948

 

        35.  Evaluation of Well Performance Through Production Logging

             B.G. Petovello

             CWLS, 1975

 

        36.  Combined Natural Gamma Ray Spectral/Litho-Density

             Measurements Applied to Complex Lithology

             J.A. Quirein, J.S. Gardner, J.T. Watson

             SPE, 1982

 

        37.  Logging Empty Holes

             C.G. Rodermund, R.P. Alger, J. Tittman

             Oil and Gas Journal, 1961

 

        38.  Hydrodynamics In Oil Wells

             Schlumberger, 1964

 

        39.  Temperature Measurements in Oil Wells

             M. Schlumberger, H.G. Doll, A.A. Perebinossoff

             SWSC, 1936 (Paris)

 

        40.  Electrical Coring:  A Method of Determining

             Bottom-Hole Data by Electrical Measurements

             C. & M. Schlumberger, E.G. Leonardon

             AIME, 1932

 

        41.  A New Contribution to Subsurface Studies by Means  of

             Electrical Measurements in Drill Holes

             C. & M. Schlumberger, E.G. Leonardon

             AIME, 1933

 

        42.  Advancements in Uncased Hole Wireline Formation Tester

             Techniques

             A.L. Schultz, W.T. Bell, H.J. Urbanosky

             SPE, 1976

 

        43.  Theory, Interpretation and Practical Applications of

             Natural Gamma Ray Spectroscopy

             O. Serra, J. Baldwin, J. Quirein

 

        44.  Electric Logging

             E.R. Stratton, R. D. Ford

             Colorado School of Mines, 1949

 

        45.  Application of Dipmeter Surveys

             E.F. Stratton, R.G. Hamilton

             AIME, 1947

 

        46.  Velocity Log Characteristics

             A.A. Stripling

             Journal of Petroleum Technology, 1958

 

        47.  Dual Laterolog - Rxo Tool

             J. Suau, P. Grimaldi, A. Poupon, P. Souhaite

             AIME, 1972

 

        48.  Laboratory Studies of a Pulsed Neutron Source Technique

             in Well Logging

             J. Tillman, W.B. Nelligan

             AIME, 1959

 

        49.  Effective Porosity and Permeability of Sandstones

             Investigated Through Nuclear Magnetic Resonance

             Principles

             A. Timur

             SPWLA, 1968

 

        50.  Sidewall Epithermal Neutron Porosity Log

             J. Tittman, H. Sherman, W.A. Nagel, R.P. Alger

             Journal of Petroleum Technology, 1966

 

        51.  Dual Induction-Laterolog:  A New Tool for Resistivity

             Analysis

             M.P. Tixier, R.P. Alger, W.P. Biggs, B.N. Carpenter

             AIME, 1963

 

        52.  Sonic Logging

             M.P. Tixier, R.P. Alger, C.A. Doh

             AIME, 1958

 

        53.  Dual Spacing Formation Density Log

             J.S. Wahl, J. Tittman, C.W. Johstone, R.P. Alger

             Journal of Petroleum Technology, 1964

 

        54.  Neutron Lifetime Logging in Theory and Practice

             A.H. Youmans, E.C. Hopkinson, P.A. Wichmann

             SPWLA, 1966

 

 

 

 

 

2 ROLE and TRAINING OF A LOG ANALYST

 

         1.  The Spider in the Web

             G.E. Dawson-Grove

             CWLS, Vol. 10, No.1, June 1978

 

         2.  Some Human-Electrical Factors of a Quality Logging

             Service

             L.M. Edwards, L.E Shane

             SPWLA, 1965

 

         3.  The History of Schlumberger - A Fiftieth Anniversay

             Log

             E.H. Elliott, Editor

             Sonde Off, September 1977

 

          4. Twenty Years Later - Are Log Analysts Still

             Important

             M.W. Haas

             SPWLA, June 1979

 

          5. Sources of Lost Information for Log Analysts

             D.P. Helander, S.J. Martinez

             SPWLA, 1967

 

          6. The Value of Petrophysics

             R.W. Labelle

             CWLS, 1979

 

          7. The Education of A Well Log Analyst

             S.J. Pirson

             SPWLA, 1965

 

         8.  Glossary of Terms and Expressions Used in Well

             Logging

             R.C. Ranson, Editor

             SPWLA, 1975

 

         9.  Well Logging - The Exploration of Subsurface Geology

             F. Segesman, S. Soloway, M. Watson

             Proceedings of IRE, Vol. 50, No. 11, November 1962

 

        10.  The Function and Training of a Log Analyst

             P. Threadgold

             CWLS, 1975

 

 

 

3 OVERVIEW OF WELL LOGGING PRACTICE

 

 

         1.  Formation Density Log Application in Liquid-Filled Holes

             R.P. Alger, L.L. Raymer, W.R. Hoyle , M.P. Tixier

             Journal of Petroleum Technology, 1964

 

         2.  Dual Spacing Neutron Log - CNLi

             R.P. Alger, S. Locke, W.A. Nagel, H. Sherman

             AIME, 1971

 

         3.  Electrical Resistivity Log as an Aid in Determining Some

             Reservoir Characteristics

             G.E. Archie

             Journal of Petroleum Technology, 1941

 

         4.  Recent Achievements With the Formation Tester in Canada

             K.M. Banks

             CIM, 1963

 

         5.  Electromagnetic Propagation - A New Dimension In Logging

             T.J. Calvert, R.N. Rau, L.E. Wells

             AIME, 1977

 

         6.  Radioactive Well Log Interpretation

             J.P. Campbell, A.B. Winter

             Lane Wells, 1946

 

         7.  The 3-D Velocity Log:  Characteristic and Use

             D.M. Christensen

             SSC, 1963

 

         8.  Quantitative Interpretation of Therman Neutron Decay Time

             Logs

             C. Clavier, W. Hoyle, D. Meunier

             JPT, 1971

 

         9.  Resume And Current Status Of The Use Of Logs In Production

             E.T. Connolly

             SPWLA, 1965

 

        10.  Directional Survey Calculations

             J.T. Craig, B.V. Randall

             Petroleum Engineer, 1976

 

        11.  History of Logging in Canada

             E.R. Crain

             CWLS, 1982

 

        12.  Use of the Temperature for Determining Flow Rate in

             Producing Wells

             M.R. Curtis, E.J. Witterholt

             SPE, 1973

 

        13.  Flow Analysis With The Gradiomanometer And Flowmeter

             M.R. Curtis

             SWSC, 1966

 

        14.  Experimental Basis for Neutron Log Interpretation

             J.T. Dewan, L.A. Allard

             Petroleum Engineer, 1953

 

        15.  Thermal Neutron Decay Time Logging Using Dual Detection

             J.T. Dewan, C.W. Johnstone, L. A. Jacobso, W. B. Wall,

             R.P. Alger

             SPWLA, 1973

 

        16.  Sonic Logging in Consolidated Formations

             C.A. Doh, R.P. Alger

             SWSC, 1958

 

        17.  True Resistivity Determination from the Electric Log - Its

             Application to Log Analysis

             H.G. Doll, J.C. Legrand, E.R. Stratton

             Drilling and Production Practice, 1947

 

        18.  The SP Log:  Theoretical Analysis and Principles of

             Interpretation

             H.G. Doll

             AIME, 1948

 

        19.  SP Log in Shaly Sands

             H.G. Doll

             Journal of Petroleum Technology, 1949

 

        20.  Introduction to Induction Logging and Application to

             Logging of Wells Drilled With Oil Base Mud

             H.G. Doll

             AIME, 1949

 

        21.  The Microlog - A New Electrical Logging Method for

             Detailed Determinations of Permeable Beds

             H.B. Doll

             AIME, 1950

 

        22.  Microlaterolog

             H.G. Doll

             Journal of Petroleum Technology, 1953

 

        23.  The Laterolog:  A New Resistivity Logging Method With

             Electrodes Using an Automatic Focusing System

             H.G. Doll

             Journal of Petroleum Technology, 1951

 

        24.  Radiological Training Course

             C.H. Douglas

             RP-D, 1950

 

        25.  Nuclear Flolog

             Dresser Atlas, 1964

 

        26.  Borehole Gravity Meter

             Edcon, 1977

 

        27.  Radioactivity Well Logging - Gamma Ray Measurements

             R.E. Fearon

             Lane Wells, 1946

 

        28.  Gamma Ray Spectral Data Assists Complex Formation

             Evaluation

             W.H. Fertl

             SPWLA, 1979  (London)

 

        29.  Litho-Density Log Interpretation

             J.S. Gardner, J.L. Dumanoir

             SPWLA, 1980

 

        30.  Fundamentals of the Differental Gamma Ray Log

             M. Hassan, A. Hossin, A. Combaz

             SPWLA, 1976

 

        31.  Old Electric Log Interpretation

             D.W. Hilchie, Goldon, CO, 1979

 

        32.  An Improved Nuclear Magnetism Logging System and Its

             Application to Formation Evaluation

             R.C. Herrick, S.H. Cautourie, D.L. Best

             SPE, 1979

 

        33.  A Method of Formation Testing on Logging Cable

             M. Lebourg, R.Q. Field, C.A. Doh

             JPT, 1957

 

        34.  Analysis of Pressure Buildup Data Obtained by the Wire

             Line Formation Tester

             J.H. Moran, E.E. Finklea

             SPE, 1961

 

        35.  Automatic Computation of Dipmeter Logs Digitally Recorded

             on Magnetic Tapes

             J.H. Moran, M. A. Coufleau, G.K. Miller, J. P. Timmons

             AIME, 1961

 

        36.  Natural Potentials in Well Logging

             W.D. Mounce, W.M. Rust, Jr.

             AIME, 1948

 

        37.  Evaluation of Well Performance Through Production Logging

             B.G. Petovello

             CWLS, 1975

 

        38.  Combined Natural Gamma Ray Spectral/Litho-Density

             Measurements Applied to Complex Lithology

             J.A. Quirein, J.S. Gardner, J.T. Watson

             SPE, 1982

 

        39.  Logging Empty Holes

             C.G. Rodermund, R.P. Alger, J. Tittman

             Oil and Gas Journal, 1961

 

        40.  Electrical Coring:  A Method of Determining Bottom-Hole

             Data by Electrical Measurements

             C. & M. Schlumberger, E.G. Leonardon

             AIME, 1932

 

        41.  Hydrodynamics In Oil Wells

             Schlumberger, 1964

 

        42.  Temperature Measurements in Oil Wells

             M. Schlumberger, H.G. Doll, A.A. Perebinossoff

             SWSC, 1936 (Paris)

 

        43.  A New Contribution to Subsurface Studies by Means  of

             Electrical Measurements in Drill Holes

             C. & M. Schlumberger, E.G. Leonardon

             AIME, 1933

 

        44.  Advancements in Uncased Hole Wireline Formation Tester

             Techniques

             A.L. Schultz, W.T. Bell, H.J. Urbanosky

             SPE, 1976

 

        45.  Theory, Interpretation and Practical Applications of

             Natural Gamma Ray Spectroscopy

             O. Serra, J. Baldwin, J. Quirein

 

        46.  Fiftieth Anniversary Log - A History of Schlumberger

             Sonde Off, April 1979

 

        47.  The Art of Ancient Log Analysis

             SPWLA, Houston Chapter, undated

 

        48.  Electric Logging

             E.R. Stratton, R. D. Ford

             Colorado School of Mines, 1949

 

        49.  Application of Dipmeter Surveys

             E.F. Stratton, R.G. Hamilton

             AIME, 1947

 

        50.  Velocity Log Characteristics

             A.A. Stripling

             Journal of Petroleum Technology, 1958

 

        51.  Dual Laterolog - Rxo Tool

             J. Suau, P. Grimaldi, A. Poupon, P. Souhaite

             AIME, 1972

 

        52.  Laboratory Studies of a Pulsed Neutron Source Technique

             in Well Logging

             J. Tillman, W.B. Nelligan

             AIME, 1959

 

        53.  Effective Porosity and Permeability of Sandstones

             Investigated Through Nuclear Magnetic Resonance

             Principles

             A. Timur

             SPWLA, 1968

 

        54.  Sidewall Epithermal Neutron Porosity Log

             J. Tittman, H. Sherman, W.A. Nagel, R.P. Alger

             Journal of Petroleum Technology, 1966

 

        55.  Dual Induction-Laterolog:  A New Tool for Resistivity

             Analysis

             M.P. Tixier, R.P. Alger, W.P. Biggs, B.N. Carpenter

             AIME, 1963

 

        56.  Sonic Logging

             M.P. Tixier, R.P. Alger, C.A. Doh

             AIME, 1958

 

        57.  Dual Spacing Formation Density Log

             J.S. Wahl, J. Tittman, C.W. Johstone, R.P. Alger

             Journal of Petroleum Technology, 1964

 

        58.  Neutron Lifetime Logging in Theory and Practice

             A.H. Youmans, E.C. Hopkinson, P.A. Wichmann

             SPWLA, 1966

 

 

 

 

4 INTRODUCTION TO QUANTITATIVE METHODS

 

         1.  Fortran and Computer Mathematics for the Engineer and

             Scientist

             R.E.Carlile, B.E.Gillett

 

         2.  Well Logging and Interpretation Techniques

             Dresser Atlas, Home Study Course, 1982

 

         3.  Log Interpretation Volume 1 - Principles

             Schlumberger, 1972

 

         4.  Log Interpretation Volume II - Applications

             Schlumberger, 1974

 

         5.  SPE Symbols Standards

             SPE, 1984

 

         6.  Glossary of Terms and Expressions Used in Well Logging

             R.E. Ransom, Editor

             SPWLA, 1975

 

         7.  Encyclopedia of Mathematics

             B.H.West, E.N.Greisbach, J.D.Taylor, L.T.Taylor

             Prentice-Hall, 1982

 

 

 

5 EDITING and REPAIR OF LOGS

 

      1.  Log Editing in Support of Detailed Seismic Studies

          B.B. Ausburn

          SPWLA, 1977

 

      2.  Log Quality Control

          R.M. Bateman

          IHRDC, Boston MA, 1985

 

      3.  The Log Analyst and the Programmable Calculator Part IV TST

          and TVT Computation

          R.M. Bateman, C.E. Konen

          SPWLA, 1979

 

      4.  Application of TVD, TST and TVT Log Displays

          R.M. Bateman, V.R. Hepp

          CWLS, 1981

 

      5.  Log Calibrations Surface and Downhole

          A.F. Bosworth

          CWLS, 1973

 

      6.  Standardization of Large Volumes of Log Data

          E.T. Connolly

          CWLS, 1969

 

      7.  The Delta Tension Curve For Better Log Quality

          Beaumont B. Cooley

          SPWLA, 1974

 

      8.  Multipit, A Method for Calibration of Logging Systems

          Merle E. Crew

          SPWLA, 1979

 

      9.  Some Human-Electrical Factors of a Quality Logging Service

          L.M. Edwards, L.E. Shane

          SPWLA, 1965

 

     10.  Log Quality Control

          O.R. Hold

          CWLS, 1975

 

     11.  True Vertical Depth, True Vertical Thickness and True

          Stratigraphic Thickness Logs

          O.R. Hold, L.G. Schoonover, P.A. Wichmann

          SPWLA, 1977

 

     12.  Simplified TVT Calculation Using Programmable Pocket

          Calculator

          S.W. Smith, D. Keen

          SPWLA, 1979

 

     13.  Porosity Log Calibrations

          W.H. Lang, Jr.

          SPWLA, 1980

 

     14.  Schlumberger Log Calibrations

          SWSC, 1966

 

     15.  Calibration And Quality Standards

          SWSC, 1974

 

     16.  Mechanics of Log Calibrations

          W.C. Waller, M.E. Cram, J.E. Hall

          SPWLA, 1975

 

     17.  Recommendations for Scaling Meteric Well Logs in Canada

          R.E. Wyman, T.J.M. Bruseker

          CWLS, 1975

 

 

 

 

6 CALCULATING SHALE VOLUME

 

          1.   The SI Metric System and SPE's Tentative Metric

               Standard

               JPT, 1977

 

          2.   McGraw Hill Encyclopedia of Physics

               McGraw Hill Book Company

               New York, NY, 1982.

 

          3.   Metric Guide for Oil and Gas Operations,

               R.F. Moore

               Canadian Petroleum Association, 1977.

 

          4.   Prentice Hall Encyclopedia of Mathematics,

               Prentice Hall Inc., Englewood Cliffs, NJ, 1982.

 

          5.   Fluid Conversions in Production Logging,

               Schlumberger, 1974.

 

 

 

 

7 CALCULATING PORE VOLUME

 

          1.   Reference Clay Minerals

               A.P.I. Research Project 49, 1951.

 

          2.   Defining Evaporite Deposits with Electrical

               Well Logs

               R.P. Alger and E.R. Crain

               Transactions, Northern Ohio Geological Society

               Second Symposium on Salt, 1965.

 

          3.   Petroleum Reservoir Engineering

               J.W. Amyx, D.M. Bass, Jr. and R.L. Witing

               McGraw Hill, Toronto, 1960.

 

          4.   The Electrical Resistivity Log As An Aid to

               Determining Some Reservoir Characteristics

               G.E. Archie

               AIME, 1942.

 

          5.   Computer Processing of Log Data Enables Better

               Production in Choveroo Field

               J.A. Burke, M.R. Curtis, and J.T. Cox

               Presented 41st Annual Fall Meeting of the

               Society of Petroleum Engineers of AIME, October 1966.

 

          6.   Handbook of Physical Constants

               S.P. Clark

               Geological Society of America, New York, NY, 1966.

 

          7.   Logging the Prairie Evaporite Formation in

               Saskatchewan

               J.T.Costello and I.P. Norquay

               Presented at Canadian Centennial Conference on

               Mining and Groundwater Geophysics, February,

               1968.

 

          8.   Prediction of Log Analysis Parameters - An Independant

               Study

               E.R.Crain

               CWLS, 1971.

 

          9.   Quantitative Log Evaluation of the Prairie

               Evaporite Formation in Saskatchewan

               E.R. Crain and W.B. Anderson

               JCPT, July - September, 1966.

 

         10.   Quantitative Log Evaluation of the Prairie

               Evaporite Formation in Saskatchewan

               E.R. Crain and W.B. Anderson

               Presented 17th Annual Meeting, CIM, April 1966.

 

         11.   Rock Forming Minerals

               W.A. Deer, R.A. Howie and J. Zussman

               John Wiley and Sons, 1962.

 

         12.   Radioactive Logging Parameters for Common

               Minerals

               H. Edmundson, L.L. Raymer

               CWLS, 1979.

 

         13.   Formation Evaluation Concepts for Geothermal

               Resources

               T.W. Ehring, L.A. Lusk, J.M. Grubb, R.B. Johnson, M.R. DeVries,

               W.H. Fertl, Trans.,

               SPWLA Nineteenth Annual Logging Symposium, 1978.

 

         14.   Occurrence of the Neutron Absorbing Trace Element

               Boron, Part I:  Boron in Rocks

               W.H. Fertl,

               The Log Analyst, SPWLA, September - October 1971.

 

         15.   Occurrence of the Neutron Absorbing Trace Element

               Boron, Part II:  Boron in Rocks

               W.H. Fertl

               The Log Analyst, SPWLA, January - February 1972.

 

         16.   Formation Evaluation Data Handbook,

               Gearhart-Owen, 1978.

 

         17.   Manual of Mineralogy

               C.S. Hurlbut, Jr and C. Klein

               19th edition, John Wiley and Sons, New

               York, 1977.

 

         18.   Wave Velocities in Rocks as a Function of Changes

               in Overburden Pressure and Fluid Saturation,

               M.S. King

               Geophysics, Vol. XXXI, No. 1,

               (February 1966).  Also reprinted in SPWLA Reprint

               Volume, "Acoustic Logging", March 1978).

 

         19.   Handbook of Chemistry

               N.A. Lange

               McGraw Hill, 1961.

 

         20.   Radioactive Investigation of Oil and Gas Well.

               Translated by J.C.M. Muhlhause

               MacMillan Company,

               1965.

 

         22.   Correlations of Elastic Moduli Dynamically

               Measured by In-Situ and Laboratory Techniques

               J.I. Myung and D.P. Helander

               SPWLA Thirteenth Annual Logging Symposium, 1972.

 

         23.   Engineering Data Book

               Natural Gasoline Supply Men's Association

               Tulsa, Oklahoma, 1957.

 

         24.   McGraw Hill Encyclopedia of Physics

               S.P. Parker

               McGraw Hill, New York, NY, 1982.

 

         25.   An Openhole Logging Evaluation in Metamorphic

               Rocks

               H.J. Ritch

               SPWLA Sixteenth Annual Logging Symposium, 1975.

 

         26.   Determination of a More Accurate Porosity and

               Mineral Composition in Complex Lithologies with

               the Use of Sonic, Neutron and Density Surveys,

               W.C. Savre

               JCPT, September 1963.

 

         27.   Schlumberger Log Interpretation Volume I -

               Principles

               Schlumberger Well Services, 1972.

 

         28.   The Physical Foundations of Formation Density

               Logging (Gamma Gamma)

               J. Tittman and J.S. Wahl

               Geophysics, Vol. XXX, No. 2, (April 1965).

 

         29.   Log Evaluation of Non-Metallic Mineral Deposits,

               M.P. Tixier and R.P. Alger, Trans.

               SPWLA Eight Annual Logging Symposium, 1967.

 

         30.   Basic Concepts of Well Log Interpretation

               Welex Brochure, 1980

 

         31.   Handbook of Chemistry and Physics

               R.C. Weast

               58th Edition CRC Press.

 

         32.   Matrix and Response Characteristics for Sonic,

               Density and Neutron Logs

               L.E. Wells. S.K. Sonyal, M.A. Mathews

               SPWLA, 1979.

 

         33.   Resistivity of Brine Saturated Sand in Relation

               to Pore Geometry

               W.O. Winsauer, H.M. Shearin Jr.,

               P.H. Masson and M. Williams

               AAPG, 1952.

 

         34.   Elasticity of Selected Rocks and Minerals,

               A.F. Woeber, S. Katz and T.J. Ahrens

               Geophysics, Vol. XXVIII, No. 4, (August 1963)

 

         35.   Elastic Wave Velocities in Heterogeneous and

               Porous Media

               M.R.J. Wyllie, A.R. Gregory and L.W. Gardner,

               Geophysics, Vol. XXI, No. 1 (January 1956).

 

 

 

8 CALCULATING HYDROCARBON VOLUME

 

          1.   Recommended Practice for Standard Calibration and

               Form for Nuclear Logs

               API RP-33, 1959

 

          2.   Wellsite Log Analysis and the Programmable

               Calculator

               R.M. Bateman, C.E. Konen

               SPWLA, 1977

 

          3.   The Effect of Potassium Salt Muds on Gamma Ray

               and Spontaneous Potential Measurements

               J. Cox and L. Raymer

               SPWLA, 1976

 

          4.   The SP Log:  Theoretical Analysis and Principles

               of Interpretation

               H.G. Doll

               AIME, 1948

 

          5.   SP Log in Shaly Sands

               H.G. Doll

               JPT, 1950

 

          6.   Important SP and Gamma Ray Log Anomalies Are Explained

               W.H. Fertl, E.E. King, R. Kumar

               Oil and Gas Journal-Practical Log Analysis Series No.7

 

          7.   An Experimental Study on the Influence of the Chemical

               Composition of Electrolytes on the SP Curve

               M. Gondouin, M.P. Tixier, G.L. Simard

               SPE, 1956

 

          8.   Streaming Potentials and the SP Log

               M. Gondouin, C. Scala

               SPE, 1958

 

          9.   Gamma Ray Responses in Shaly Sands

               A. Heslop

               CWLS, 1976

 

         10.   Gamma Ray Well Logging

               L.G. Howell, A. Forsch

               Geophysics, 1939

 

         11.   Gamma Ray Logging

               F.P. Kokesh

               Oil and Gas Journal, 1951

 

         12.   It May Not be Shale

               J. Kowalski, S. Asben

               CWLS, 1979

 

         13.   Radioactivity and Its Future Potential

               E.S. Mardock

               Geophysics, 1960

 

         14.   Shaly Sand Evaluation Using Gamma Ray

               Spectrometry

               G. Marett, P. Chevalier, P.Souhuite, J. Suau

               SPWLA, 1976

 

         15.   The Evaluation of Clay Content from Logs

               A. Poupon and R. Gaymard

               SPWLA, 1970

 

         16.   Combined Natural Gamma Ray Spectral/Litho-Density

               Measurements Applied to Complex Lithologies

               J.P. Quirein, J.S. Gardner, J.T. Watson

               SPE, 1982

 

         17.   Estimation of Clay Types and Volume from Well

               Data - An Extension of the Global Method

               J.A. Quirein, J.L. Baldwin, R.L. Terry, M. Hendricks

               CWLS, 1981

 

         18.   Methods Based on Density and Neutron Well Logging

               to Distinguish Characteristics of Shaly Sandstone

               Reservoir Rock

               R.C. Ransom

               SPWLA, 1977

 

         19.   Some Effects of Invasion on the SP Curve

               F. Segesman, M.P. Tixier

               JPT, 1959

 

         20.   Density Neutron Crossplot Analysis for Shaly Gas

               Sands Using Hand Calculators

               C.H. Wu and J. Krug

               SPWLA, 1978

 

         21.   An Investigation of the Electrokinetic Component of the

               Self Potential Curve

               M.R.J. Wyllie

               SPE, 1951

 

 

 

 

9 CALCULATING LITHOLOGY (MINERAL VOLUMES)

 

          1.   Dual  Spacing Neutron - CNL

               R.P. Alger, S. Locke, W.A. Nagel, H. Sherman

               AIME, 1971

 

          2.   Logging Empty Holes, C.G. Rodermund

               R.P. Alger, J. Tittman

               Oil and Gas Journal, 1961

 

          3.   Formation Density Log Application in Liquid

               Filled Holes

               R.P. Alger, L.L. Raymer, W.R. Hoyle, M.P. Tixier

               JPT, 1962

 

          4.   Effective Porosity and Shale Volume Determination

               from Neutron Lifetime and Sidewall Neutron Logs

               A.J. Alguero, A. Fabris, H.B. Watt, P.A. Wichmann

               SPWLA, 1973

 

          5.   Calibrations of the Sonic Log to Calculate

               Porosity in the Deep Abnormal Pressured Tertiary

               of South Louisiana

               V.E. Althaus

               SPWLA, 1974

 

          6.   Computer Processing of Well Logs

               W.B. Anderson

               CWLS, 1970

 

          7.   Evaluation of Water Saturation, Porosity and Grain

               Size Distribution - Shaly Sands

               Z. Barlai

               SPWLA, 1969

 

          8.   The Log Analysis 8K ROM Module

               R. Bateman, F.D. Hall

               The Log Analyst, 1978

 

          9.   Wellsite Log Analysis and the Programmable

               Calculator

               R.M. Bateman, C.E. Konen

               SPWLA, 1977

 

         10.   The Log Analyst and the Programmable Pocket

               Calculator - Part I

               R.M. Bateman, C.E. Konen

               The Log Analyst, 1977 - 1978

 

         11.   Acoustic Velocity in Porous Media

               J.E. Berry

               SPE, February 1959

 

         12.   A Computer Processed Wellsite Log Computation,

               D.L. Best, J.S. Gardner, J.L. Dumanoir

               SPWLA, 1978

 

         13.   Theory of Propagation of Elastic Waves in a

               Fluid-Saturated Porous Solid

               M.A. Biot

               Journal of Acoustic Society of America, 1956

 

         14.   Lithog - A New Lithology Analysis

               T.R. Buchanan, R. Leith

               CWLS, 1982

 

         15.   The Theoretical and Experimental Bases for the

               Dual Water - Model for Interpretation of Shaly

               Sands

               C. Clavier, G. Coates, J. Dumanoir

               SPWLA, 1977

 

         16.   The Theoretical and Experimental Basis for the

               "Dual Water" Model for the Interpretation of

               Shaly Sand

               C. Clavier, G. Coates, J. Dumanoir

               SPE, 1977

 

         17.   Sonic Logging in Consolidated Formations

               C.A. Doh and R.P.Alger

               SWSC, 1958

 

         18.   The Microlog - A New Electrical Logging Method

               for Detailed Determination of Permeable Beds

               H.G. Doll

               A.I.M.E., 1950

 

         19.   Applications of Micro-Logging to Determination

               of Porosity

               H.G. Doll, R. Savage and M. Martin

               Oil and Gas Journal, 1952

 

         20.   Field Compatible - Scale Overlay Systems - An Aid

               to Wellsite Log Interpretations

               A.H. Dorin, I.P. Norquay, R.V. Everett

               SWSC, 1969

 

         21.   The Cyber Service Unit - An Integrated Logging

               System

               F.M. Eaton, J.W. Elliott, F.D. Hurlston,

               R.S. Olsen, D.S. Vanderschel, J.P. Warren

               AIME, 1976.

 

         22.   Litho-Density Log Interpretation

               J. S. Gardner, J.L. Dumanoir

               SPWLA, July 1980

 

         23.   Response of Neutron and Formation Density Logs in

               Hydrocarbon Bearing Formations

               R. Gaymard, A Poupon

               The Log Analyst, 1968

 

         24.   A Computer-Oriented Generalized Porosity-Lithology

               Interpretation of Neutron, Density and Sonic Logs,

               M.H. Harris, R.B. McCammon

               Journal of Petroleum Technology, 1971.

 

         25.   Wellsite Formation Analysis Using the DDL

               Computer

               M.P. Head, M. Gearhart

               AIME, 1977

 

         26.   Wellsite Computer Analysis: A Program for

               Complex Lithologies

               Mickey P. Head

               SPE, 1977

 

         27.   Porosity in Shaly Sands

               A. Heslop

               CWLS, 1975

 

         28.   Log Analysis Using a Time-Share Computer

               A. Heslop

               CWLS, 1970

 

         29.   Gamma Ray Log Response in Shaly Sandstones

               A. Heslop

               SPWLA, 1976

 

         30.   Calculations of Useful Porosity in Shaly

               Sandstones

               A. Hossin

               SPWLA, 1965

 

         31.   Application of a new Quantitative Interpretation

               Method for Shaly Sand

               A. Hossin, P. Delvaux, M.A. Quint, M. Gondouin

               SPWLA, 1970

 

         32.   Lithology, Gas and Rock Properties from Acoustic

               Logging Systems

               B.A. Kithas

               SPWLA, 1976

 

         33.   A Computer Analysis of Shaly Sands Using Multiple

               Porosity Logging Devices

               C.E. Konen, D.P. Helander

               SPWLA, 1969

 

         34.   Shaly Sands and Carbonate Analysis on the HP 41C,

               D.P. LeBlanc, CWLS, 1982.

 

         35.   Logging Observation Wells in Gas Storage

               T.E. Lovan, L.D. McCluskey

               JPT, 1964

 

         36.   Applications of Micro-Logging

               M. Martin

               Drilling, 1950

 

         37.   Global, A New Approach to Computer-Processed Log

               Interpretation

               C. Mayer, A. Sibbit

               SPE, 1980

 

         38.   An Invertigation of Sonic Velocities in Vugular

               Carbonates

               A.D. Meese, H.C. Walther

               SPWLA

 

         39.   Lithology and Porosity from Acoustic Shear and

               Compressional Wave Transit Time Relationships

               J.F. Nations

               SPWLA, 1974

 

         40.   Synergetic Log Systems Definition and Application,

               I.P. Norquay

               CWLS, 1972

 

         41.   Porosity Determination from the Density Log in

               Western Gas Sands

               J. Osoba, R. Gist, H. Carroll

               SPWLA, July 1980

 

         42.   Evaluation of Clay Content from Logs

               A. Poupon, R. Gaymard

               SPWLA, 1970

 

         43.   Log Analysis of Sand-Shale Sequences - A

               Systematic Approach

               A. Poupon, C. Clavier, J. Dumanoir, R. Gaymard, A. Misk

               JPT, 1970

 

         44.   Log Analysis in Formation with Complex

               Lithologies

               A. Poupon, W.R. Hoyle, A.W. Schmidt

               AIME, 1970

 

         45.   Methods Based on Density and Neutron Well Logging

               Responses to Distinguish Characteristics of

               Shaly Sandstone Reservoir Rock

               R.C. Ransom

               The Log Analyst, 1977

 

         46.   Applications of the Saraband Sand Shale Technique

               in North America

               J.R. Ratliff, W.H. Throop, F.G. Williams, J.D. Hall

               SWSC, 1971

 

         47.   Quantitative Evaluation of Rock Properties by

               Neutron-Neutron Method

               J.H. Russell, B.O. Bishop

               P.E., 1954

 

         48.   Shaly Sand Evaluation with Total Water

               R.C. Sah

               CWLS 1977

 

         49.   Geological Factors Influencing Porosity

               Estimates from Velocity Log

               R. Sargiento

               AAPG, 1961

 

         50.   Applications of the Corisand Technique to Complex

               Lithologies

               A.W. Schmidt, A.G. Lang, J.D. Yunker, E.C. Kilgore

               SPWLA, 1971

 

         51.   Excavation Effect

               F. Segesman, O. Liu

               SPWLA, 1971

 

         52.   Anhydrite as a Down Hole Calibrator

               W.D.M. Smith

               CWLS, 1968.

 

         53.   Geologic Factors Affecting Density Logs in Oil

               Shale

               J.W. Smith, H.E. Thomas, L.G. Trudell

               SPWLA, 1968

 

         54.   A Sensitivity Study of Schlumberger's Cyberlook

               Computation and Its Comparison to Other

               Evaluation Methods

               J.R. Studlick

               SPWLA, 1981

 

         55.   An Improved Gas Correction Method for Density and

               Neutron Logs

               J. Suau

               SPWLA, June 23 - 26, 1981

 

         56.   Log Derived Shale Distribution in Sandstone and

               Its Effect upon Porosity, Water Saturation and

               Permeability

               C.C. Thomas, R.A. Haley

               CWLS, 1977.

 

         57.   Distribution of Shale in Sandstones and its Effect

               upon Porosity

               E.C. Thomas, S.J. Stieber

               SPWLA, 1975

 

         58.   Physical Foundations of Formation Density Logging

               (Gamma-Gamma)

               J. Tittman, J.S. Wahl

               Geophysics, 1965

 

         59.   Porosity Index in Limestone from Electrical Logs

               M.P. Tixier

               Oil and Gas Journal, 1950.

 

         60.   Interpretation in Very Shaly Sands

               M.P. Tixier

               SWSC, 1960

 

         61.   Interpretation of the 19.5" Long-Spacing Neutron

               M.P. Tixier

               SWSC, 1962

 

         62.   Sonic Logging

               M.P. Tixier, R.P. Alger and C.A. Doh

               A.I.M.E., 1958

 

         63.   Progress in Sonic Log Application

               M.P. Tixier, B.M. McVicar, R.P. Burton

               CIM, 1960

 

         64.   Addendum

               Peter G. Tsang

               The Log Analyst, 1979

 

         65.   Progress Report on Interpretation of Dual Spacing

               Neutron (CNL) in the U.S.

               R.B. Truman, R.P. Alger, J.G. Connell, R.L. Smith

               SPWLA, 1972

 

         66.   Dual Spacing Formation Density Log

               H.J. Wahl, J. Tittman, C.W. Jonstone, R.P. Alger

               JPT, 1962

 

         67.   Effect of Shale Distribution on Porosity and

               Saturation

               J. Wilkinson

               CWLS Journal, 1978.

 

         68.   The Compensated Neutron Log and the Effects of

               Environment

               B. Wilson, P.A. Wichmann

               SPW, 1974

 

         69.   Density-Neutron Crossplot Analysis for Shaly Gas

               Sands Using Hand Carried Calculators

               C.H. Wu, J. Krug

               The Log Analyst, 1978

 

         70.   Elastic Wave Velocities in Heterogeneous and

               Porous Media

               M. Wyllie, A. Gregory, L. Gardner

               Geophysics, Vol. XXI, January 1956

 

         71.   An Experimental Investigation of Factors Affecting

               Elastic Wave Velocities in Porous Media

               M.R.J. Wyllie, A.R. Gregory, G.H.F. Gardner

               Geophysics, 1958

 

 

10 CALCULATING PERMEAVILITY, PRODUCTIVITY, and RESERVES

 

          1.   Electrical Resistivity Log as an Aid in

               Determining some Reservoir Characteristics

               G.E. Archie

               JCPT, 1941.

 

          2.   Formation Water Saturation in Shaly Sands

               C. Bardon, B. Pied

               SPWLA, 1969

 

          3.   Evaluation of Water Saturation, Porosity and

               Grain Size Distribution - Shaly Sands

               Z. Barlai

               SPWLA, 1969

 

          4.   Practical Applications of the Relationship Between

               Lithologic Factor and Pore Geometrical Factor

               Z. Barlai, R.A. Mawla

               SPWLA, 1979

 

          5.   Determination of Capillary Displacements Pressure and

               Representative Average Capillary Pressure vs Depth in

               Shaly Sandstones From Well Logs

               Z. Barlai, N.A. Berruin, R.A. Mawla

               SPWLA, 1981

 

          6.   Fluid and Electrical Formation Conductivity Factors

               Calculated for a Spherical-Grain Onion-Skin Model

               J.S. Bradley

               The Log Analyst, 1980

 

          7.   Effect of Temperature on Formation Resistivity Factor of

               Porous Media

               G.O. Brannan, W.D. Van Gonten

               SPWLA, 1973

 

          8.   Correlating and Averaging Connate Water Saturation Data

               R.S. Buckles

               CIM, 1965

 

          9.   Shaly Sand Log Analysis using Cation Exchange

               Capacity Data

               D.E. Bush, M.E. Losey, R.E. Jenkins

               Core Laboratories, 1977

 

         10.   The Theoretical and Experimental Bases for the

               "Dual Water" Model for the Interpretation of Shaly

               Sands

               C. Clavier, G. Coates, J. Dumanoir

               SPWLA, 1977

 

         11.   Benefits of Linear Bivariante Analysis Models

               H.N. Collins, D. Phille

               SPE, 1981

 

         12.   Determining Water Saturation in Anisotrophic

               Shaly Formation

               H.L. Donovan

               CWLS, 1982

 

         13.   Theory and Application of Capillary Pressure

               C.E. Evans, E.T. Guerrero

               SPWLA, 1979

 

         14.   Quantification of Surface Conductivity in Clean

               Sandstones

               J.F. Evers, B.G. Iyer

               CWLS, 1975

 

         15.   Distinction of Oil and Gas in Clean and Shaly

               Sands as Derived from Well Logs

               W.H. Fertl, D.J. Timko

               SPWLA, 1970

 

         16.   A Comparative Look at Water Saturation

               Computation in Shaly Pay Sands

               W.H. Fertl, C.W. Hammack

               SPWLA, 1971

 

         17.   Some Considerations About the Possible Use of the

               Parameters a and m as a Formation Evaluation Tool

               Through Well Logs

               O. Gomez-Rivero

               1977

 

         18.   A Synergetic Log and Core Analysis Program

               Using a Laminated Shale - Dispersed Clay Sand-

               stone Model

               R.A. Haley

               SPWLA, 1979

 

         19.   Interpretation, Averaging and Use of the Basic

               Geological Eng. Data

               D. Havlena

               CIM, 1966

 

         20.   Dynamic Reservoir Data

               D. Havlena

               The Journal of Canadian Petroleum, 1968.

 

         21.   A Method of Averaging Capillary Pressure Curves

               G.M. Heseldin

               CWLS, 1973

 

         22.   Bound Water in Shaly Sands - Its Relation to

               Qv and Other Formation Properties

               H.J. Hill, O.J. Shirley, G.E. Klein

               The Log Analyst, 1979.

 

         23.   Application of a New Quantitative Interpre-

               tation Method for Shaly Sand

               A. Hossin, P. Delvaux, M.N. Quint, M. Gondouin

               SPWLA, 1970

 

         24.   Some Practical Application to Improve Formation

               Evaluation in the MacKenzie Delta

               W.L. Johnson, W.A. Linke

               CWLS, 1977

 

         25.   The Central Role of Qv and Formation Water

               Salinity in the Evaluation of Shaly Formations

               I. Juhasz

               The Log Analyst, 1979

 

         26.   Normalized Qv - The Key to Shaly Sand Evaluation

               Using the Waxman-Smits Equation in the

               Absence of Core Data

               I. Juhasz

               SPWLA, June 23 - 26, 1981

 

         27.   Application of Cation Exchange Capacity in a

               Study of the Shannon Sand of Wyoming

               D.K. Keelan, D.C.McGinley

               SPWLA, 1979

 

         28.   Utilization of Waxman-Smits Equations for

               Determining Oil Saturation in a Low-Salinity

               Shaly Sand Reservoir

               E.A. Koerperich

               JPT, 1975.

 

         29.   Thermal Expansion of Fluid Saturated Rocks Under Stress

               W.H. Somerton, A.H. Janah, P.I. Ashqar, N.A. Berruin,

               R.A. Mawla

               SPWLA, 1981

 

         30.   Water Saturation in Shaly Sands:  Logging Parameters

               from Log-Derived Values

               M. Miyairi, M. Itoh, F. Okabe

               SPWLA, 1976

 

         31.   Retention of Connate Water in Hydrocarbon Reservoirs

               (Part I) - A Review of Basic Principles

               N.R. Morrow

               CWLS, 1970

 

         32.   As above (Part II) - Environment and Properties of

               Connate Water

               N.R. Morrow, CWLS, 1970

 

         33.   Certain Wetability Effects on Electrical Resistivity in

               Pourous Media

               N. Mungan, E.J. Moore

               CIM, 1967

 

         34.   Synergetic Log Systems Definition and Application

               I.P. Norquay

               CWLS, 1972

 

         35.   A Technique for Approximating Values for the Formation

               Factor Parameters of m and a and Formation Water

               Resistivities of Shaly Formations

               W.A. Patterson

               The Log Analyst, 1978

 

         36.   Formation Factor - Porosity Relation Derived from Log

               Data

               C.E. Porter, J.E. Carothers

               SPWLA, 1970

 

         37.   Evaluation of Clay Content from Logs

               A. Poupon, R. Gaymard

               SPWLA, 1970

 

         38.   Evaluation of Water Saturation in Shaly

               Formations

               A. Poupon, J. Leveaux

               SPWLA, 1971

 

         39.   Log Analysis of Sand-Shale Sequences - A

               Systematic Approach

               A. Poupon, C. Clavier, J. Dumonoir, R. Gaymard, A. Misk

               JPT, 1970

 

         40.   A Quicker Approach of the Water Saturation

               in Shaly Sands

               J. Raiga

               SPWLA, June 1976

 

         41.   The Cementation Exponent in the Formation Factor-

               Porosity Relation:  The Effect of Permeability

               J. Raiga-Clemceau

               SPWLA, 1977

 

         42.   Applications of the Saraband Sand Shale

               Techniques in North America

               J.R. Ratliff, W.H. Throop, F.G. Williams, J.D. Hall

               SWSC, 1971

 

         43.   Reservoir Volumetric Parameters Defined by Capillary

               Pressure Studies

               S.H. Rockwood, G.H. Lair, B.J. Langford

               JPT, 1957

 

         44.   Calculation and Significance of Water

               Saturations in Low Porosity Shaly Gas Sands

               M.J. Rosepiler

               CWLS, September 1981

 

         45.   Shaly Sand Evaluation With Total Water

               R.C. Sah

               CWLS, 1977

 

         46.   Effect of Temperature on Capillary Pressure Properties

               of Rocks

               S.K. Sanyal, H.J. Ramey, Jr., S.S. Marsden Jr.

               SPWLA, 1973

 

         47.   Effect of Temperature on Electrical Resistivity of

               Porous Media

               S.K. Sanyal, S.S. Marsden, Jr., H.J. Ramey, Jr.

               SPWLA, 1972

 

         48.   Applications of the Coriband Technique to Complex

               Technologies

               A.W. Schmidt, A.G. Lang, J.D.Yunker, E.C. Kilgore

               SPWLA, 1972

 

         49.   Some Considerations About the Formation Resistivity

               Factor - Porosity Relations

               D.K. Sethy

               SPWLA, 1979

 

         50.   Effect of Impregnating Waters on Electrical

               Conductivity of Soils and Rocks

               K. Sundberg

               SPWLA, 1980

 

         51.   The Measurement of Petrophysical Properties of

               Unconsolidated Sand Core

               B.F. Swanson, E.C. Thomas

               The Log Analyst, 1980.

 

         52.   The Determination of Qv from Membrane Potential

               Measurements on Shaly Sands

               E.C. Thomas

               AIME, 1976

 

         53.   Log Dervived Sand Distribution in Sandstone and

               its Effect Upon Porosity, Water Saturation,

               and Permeability

               E.C. Thomas, R.A. Haley

               CWLS, 1977

 

         54.   Electric Log Analysis in the Rocky Mountains

               M.P. Tixier

               O&GJ, 1949

 

         55.   Log Evaluation of Low Resistivity Pay Sands in the

               Gulf Coast

               M.P. Tixier, R.L. Morris, J.G. Connell

               SPWLA, 1968

 

         56.   Surprising Productivity from Low-Resistivity

               Sands

               E.A. Vajnar, C.M. Kidell, R.A. Haley

               SPWLA, 1977

 

         57.   Electrical Conductivities in Shaly Sands -

               I.  The Relation Between Hydrocarbon Saturation

               and Resistivity Indes  II.  The Temperature

               Coefficient of Electrical Conductivity

               M.H. Waxman, E.C. Thomas

               JPT, 1974

 

         58.   Electrical Conductivities in Oil Bearing

               Shaly Sands

               M. Waxman, L. Smits

               SPEJ, June 1968.

 

         59.   Average Water Saturation from Capillary Pressure Data

               L.P. Westbrook, W.J. Lee

               SPWLA, 1971

 

         60.   Effect of Shale Distribution on Porosity and

               Saturation

               J. Wilkinson

               CWLS Journal, 1978

 

         61.   The Influence of Formation Anisotropy Upon Resistivity -

               Porosity Relationships

               P. Worthington

               SPWLA, 1981

 

         62.   Some Theoretical Aspects of How to Correlate Well Log

               Evaluated Data to Core - Determined Reservoir

               Properties

               B. Zoltan

               SPWLA, 1979

 

 

11 SIMULTANEOUS EQUATION SOLUTIONS

 

          1.   The Fluid Identification Plot

               R.M. Bateman

               SPWLA, 1977

 

          2.   Computer Processing of Log Data Enable Better

               Production in Chaveroo Field

               J.A. Burke, M.R. Curtis, J.T. Cox

               AIME, 1966

 

          3.   The Litho-Porosity Crossplot

               J.A. Burke, R.L. Campbell, A.W. Schmidt

               SPWLA, 1969

 

          4.   Prediction of Well Log Parameters - An Independent

               Study

               E.R. Crain

               CWLS, 1970

 

          5.   Radioactive Logging Parameters for Common

               Minerals

               H. Edmundson, L.L. Raymer

               CWLS, 1979

 

          6.   Response of Neutron and Formation Density Logs

               in Hydrocarbon Bearing Formations

               R. Gaymard, A. Poupon

               SPE, 1967

 

          7.   A Computer-Oriented Generalized Porosity-

               Lithology Interpretation of Neutron, Density,

               and Sonic Logs

               M.H. Harris, R.B. McCammon

               JPT, 1971

 

          8.   Mixed-Lithology Analysis Using MN Product

               A. Heslop

               CWLS, 1971

 

          9.   Crossplotting - A Neglected Technique in Log

               Analysis

               T.B. McFadzean

               CWLS, 1972

 

         10.   Combined Natural Gamma Ray Spectrolog / Lithodensity

               Measurements Applied To Complex Lithologies

               J.A.Quirein, J.S.Gardner, J.T.Watson

               SPWLA, 1980

 

         11.   Matrix Characteristics defined by Porosity Computations

               L.L. Raymer, W.P. Briggs

               Schlumberger, 1964

 

         12.   Improved Simultaneous Determination of

               Formation Properties from Well Logs

               W.A. Roper, Y.A. Jones Jr.

               JPT, 1969

 

         13.   Determination of True Porosity and Mineral Composition

               in Complex Lithologies with the Use of Sonic, Neutron

               and Density Survey

               W.C. Savre, J.A. Burke

               Schlumberger, 1964

 

         14.   Matrix and Response Characteristics for Sonic,

               Density and Neutron

               L.E. Wells, S.K. Sanyal, M.A. Mathews

               SPWLA, 1979

 

 

 

12 CROSSPLOT SOLUTIONS

 

         1.  New Developments in Induction and Sonic Loggiing

             AIME, 1960

 

         2.  The Fluid Identification Plot

             R.M. Bateman

             SPWLA, 1977

 

         3.  The Litho-Porosity Crossplot

             J.A. Burke, R.L. Campbell, A. W. Schmidt

             SPWLA, 1969

 

         4.  Well Logging and Interpretation Techniques

             Dresser Atlas, Home Study Course,1982

 

         5.  Mixed-Litholoy Analysis Using MN Product

             A. Heslop

             CWLS, 1971

 

         6.  The Use of Logs in Exploration Problems

             A.T. Hingle

             SEG, 1959

 

         7.  Use of Differential Sonic Resistivity Plots to Find

             Moveable Oil

             JPT, 1961

 

         8.  Crossplotting - A Negledted Technique in Log Analysis

             T.B. McFadzean

             CWLS, 1972

 

         9.  Pattern Recognition as a Means of Formation Evaluation

             G.R. Pickett

             SPWLA, 1972

 

        10.  A Review of Current Techniques for Determination of Water

             Saturataion from Logs

             G.G. Pickett

             JPT, 1966

 

        11.  Log Interpretation Volume 1 - Principles

             Schlumberger, 1972

 

        12.  Log Interpretation Volume II - Applications

             Schlumberger, 1974

 

             Using Log Derived Values of Water Saturation and Porosity

             SPWLA, 1967

 

 

 

 

 

 

13 CALCULATOR SOLUTIONS

 

 

          A.  Technical Papers

 

          1.  Wellsite Log Analysis and the Programmable

              Calculator (HP)

              R.M. Bateman, C.E. Konen

              SPWLA - 1977

 

          2.  The Log Analysis 8K ROM Module

              R.M. Bateman, F.D. Hall, T.W. Beers

              SPE, 1982

 

              The Log Analyst and the Programmable Pocket

              Calculator - Part I, (HP)

              R.M. Bateman, C.E. Konen, Amoco

              Log Analyst - 1977-1978

 

              The Log Analyst and the Programmable Pocket

              Calculator - Part II (HP) - Crossplot Porosity and

              Water Saturation

 

              The Log Analyst and the Programmable Pocket

              Calculator - Part III (HP) - Dipmeter Computation

 

              The Log Analyst and the Programmable Pocket

              Calculator - Part IV (HP) - Dual Induction -

              Laterolog 8

 

              The Log Analyst and the Programmable Pocket

              Calculator - Part V (HP) - Rt and Di from the Dual

              Laterolog - Rxo

 

              The Log Analyst and the Programmable Pocket

              Calculator - Part VI - (HP) - Finding True

              Stratigraphic Thickness and True Vertical Thickness

              of Dipping Beds Cut by Directional Wells

 

          3.  PPC Data Entry Simplification and Standardization

              B.B. Cooley

              The Log Analyst

 

          4.  Log Analysis Programs - TI-59, Well Logging

              Interpretation Techniques

              Dresser Atlas Home Study Course, 1981, Revised 1982.

 

          5.  Hand Held Calculator Programs for Estimating Water

              Salinity from Well Logs

              D. Gobran, S.L. Brown

              SPWLA, 1981

 

          6.  Shaly Sands and Carbonate Analysis on the HP41-C

              D.P. LeBlanc

              CWLS, 1982

 

          7.  Advanced Shaly Sands and Carbonate Analysis on the

              HP-41C

              D.P. LeBlanc

              CWLS, 1983

 

          8.  The Determination of Hydrocarbon Density from Well

              Logs

              W.K. Mitchell

              SPWLA, 1980

 

          9.  PDC-4100 Calculator System

              PDC Inc., 1982

 

          10. Calculation and Significance of Water Saturation

              in Low Porosity Shaly Gas Sands

              M.L. Rosepiler

              Oil & Gas Journal, 1981

 

          11. Log Analysis on Hand Calculators (TI and HP)

              L.G. Schoonover, W.H. Fertl

              O&GJ, 1981

 

              - How to Find Temperature, Rw and Salinity

              - Estimate Rwa and Water Saturation

              - Porosity and Water Saturation

              - Shaly Sand Log Analysis

              - Sw and Q-factor for Shaly Sand

              - Uncertainty in Log Calculations

 

          12. A Simplified True Vertical Thickness (TVT)

              Calculation Using a Programmable Pocket Calculator

              Shelby W. Smith, Douglass Keen

              The Log Analyst, 1979

 

          13. Interactive Calculators Can Aid Wellsite Log

              Analysis

              W.W. Sounder, J.S. Williams

              O&GJ, 1979.

 

          14. Addendum (TI versions of above programs)

              Peter B. Tsang

              The Log Analyst, 1979

 

          15. Density Neutron Crossplot Analysis for Shaly Gas

              Sands Using Hand Carried Calculators

              C.H. Wu, J. Krgu

              USGS, The Log Analyst, 1978

 

 

 

          B.  Books

 

          1.  Algorithms for RPN Calculators

              J.A. Ball

              John Wiley and Sons, Inc., 1978

 

          2.  Trigonometry Using Calculators

              J. Elich & C.J. Elich, Utah State University

              Addison-Wesley, 1980

 

          3.  Financial Analysis Using Calculators - Time Value of

              Money

              E.B. Gregnolds

              McGraw-Hill, 1980

 

          4.  Geophysical Logging for Minerals and Engineering

              Applications

              J.K.Hallenburg

              Pennwell Books, Tulsa, 1984

 

          5.  HP-41C Formation Evaluation Programs

              J.K.Hallenburg

              Pennwell Books, Tulsa, 1984

 

          6.  Fundamentals of Formation Evaluation

              D.P.Helander

              Pennwell Books, Tulsa, 1984

 

          7.  Computational Analysis Using the HP-25 Pocket

              Calculator

              Peter Henrici, Zurich Technical School

              John Wiley and Sons, Inc., 1977

 

          8.  Methods of Mathematical Analysis and Computation

              J.G. Herriot, Stanford University

              John Wiley and Sons, Inc., 1963

 

          9.  Calculator Calculus

              George McCarty, University of California

              Educale Publications, 1980

 

          10. Geologic Well Log Analysis (Third Edition)

              S.J. Pirson

              Gulf Publishing Co. 1983  (see Appendix 4)

 

          11. HP-41C Bar Code For Geologic Well Log Analysis

              S.J.Pirson

              Gulf Publishing Co., 1983

 

          12. Take a Chance with your Calculator

              Lennant Rade

              Dilithium Press, 1977

 

          13. Calculator Mathematics for the Real Estate

              Profession

              L.R. Rosen

              Dow-Jones-Irwin, 1978

 

          14. Scientific Analysis on the Pocket Calculator

              J.M. Smith, Software Research Corp.

              Wiley Interscience, 1975

 

          15. Scientific Analysis on the Pocket Calculator

              Second Edition

              J.M. Smith

              John Wiley and Sons, Inc., 1977

 

          16. Sourcebook for Programmable Calculators

              Texas Instruments Learning Center

              McGraw-Hill, 1979

 

          17. HP-41 Reservoir Engineering Manual

              E.L. Vogel, D.N. Meehan

              Pennwell Books, Tulsa, 1984

 

 

 

 

14 SPREADSHEET SOLUTIONS

 

           1. 1-2-3 Tips, Tricks, and Traps

              D.Anderson

              Que Corporation, Indianapolis, IN

 

           2. Computhink Guide to Spreadsheet Software

              J.Berst

              Howard W. Sams & Co. Inc., Indianapolis, IN

 

           3. 1-2-3 For Business

              D.F.Cobb, L.Anderson

              Que Corporation, Indianapolis, IN

 

           4. Using 1-2-3

              D.F.Cobb, G.LeBlond

              Que Corporation, Indianapolis, IN

 

           5. Spreadsheet Software - From Visicalc to 1-2-3

              T.B.Henderson, D.F.Cobb, G.B.Cobb

              Que Corporation, Indianapolis, IN

 

           6. Spreadsheet Analysis of Logs

              E.R.Crain

              CWLS, 1985

 

15 COMPUTER  SOLUTIONS

 

A. Schlumberger Systems (Chronological order):

 

          1.   A Progress Report on Machine Interpretation of

               Well Log

               J.H. Moran, W. Hoyle, E.E. Finlea, J.L. Dumanoir

               SPWLA, 1962

 

          2.   Schlumberger - Rwa & Fr/Fs - Log Analysis (IBM

               Machine programmed)

               SWSC, 1962

 

          3.   Programs for Porosity, Lithology and MOP

               SWSC, 1965, (FORTRAN II listings)

 

          4.   Current Status of the Art of Machine Data

               Processing of Logging Information

               E.E.Finklea

               SPWLA, 1965

 

          5.   Program for Shaly Sands

               WEC, Middle East, 1967

 

          6.   Applications of the Saraband  Sand Shale Technique

               in North America

               J.R. Ratliff, W.H. Throop, F.G. Williams, J.D. Hall

               SWSC, 1971

 

          7.   Applications of the Coriband Technique to

               Complex Lithologies

               A.W. Schmidt, A.G. Land, Y.D. Yunker, E.C. Kilfore

               SPWLA, 1971

 

          8.   CORIBAND, A Computer Program for Advanced Log

               Interpretation (Technical Report)

               SWSC, 1972.

 

          9.   Synergetic Log Systems Definition and

               Application, I.P. Norquay

               CWLS, 1972.

 

          10.  Summary and Explanation of Input and Output Terms

               in Saraband, Schlumberger, 1972.

 

          11.  A Sandstone Analysis (Tabular listing of Saraband),

               1972

 

          12.  Saraband (A Sandstone Analysis), SWSC

               SWSC, Exploration Brochure, 1972

 

          13.  Saraband -  A Sandstone Analysis

               Schlumberger Brochure, 1973

 

          14.  More Complete Open-Hole Interpretation, LIP,

               Chapter Four, 1974.

 

          15.  Log Data Processing for Interpretation -

               Parameter Selection

               LIP, Chapter Seven, 1974.

 

          16.  Computer Processed Interpretation (CPI) Logs,

               LIP, Chapter Eight, 1974.

 

          17.  Special Applications

               LIP, Chapter 10, 1974.

 

          18.  Computer Processed Interpretation Coriband-

               Analysis of Complex Reservoirs

               Schlumberger Brochure, 1974

 

          19.  Coriband, Analysis of Complex Reservoirs,

               SWSC, Explanation Brochure, 1974

 

          20.  A Coriband Analysis - Tabular Listing

               SWSC, 1974

 

          21.  Log Samples - The 2-Log System

               SWSC, 1974

 

          22.  Log Sample - Varian Pass One

               SWSC, 1974

 

          23.  Evaluation with Saraband - Dipmeter, (Slide

               Presentation - Internal Document)

               SWSC, 1975

 

          24.  Schlumberger Synergetic Log Systems, for

               Sand Assay by Saraband

               SWSC, 1975

 

          25.  Customer Tape Format

               SWSC, 1976.

 

          26.  A Coal and Lithology Analysis - Log

               Example

               SWSC, 1976

 

          27.  The Theoretical and Experimental Bases for

               Dual Water Models for Interpretation of Shaly

               Sands (CYBERLOOL)

               C. Clavier, G. Coates, J. Dumanoir

               SPE, 1977.

 

          28.  Global, A New Approach to Computer Processed

               Log Interpretation

               C. Mayer, A. Sibbit

               SPE, 1980.

 

          29.  Global Methods

               SWSC, (Internal Document), 1980

 

          30.  Global Slide Presentation

               SWSC, (Internal Document), 1980

 

          31.  Global Interpretation

               SWSC, (Internal Document), 1980.

 

          32.  An Effective Log Analysis for Hydrocarbon

               Evaluation - The "Moveable Water Method",

               A. Wenchong

               The Log Analyst, 1981.

 

          33.  A More Accurate Water Saturation Evaluation

               in the Invaded Zone

               C. Boyeldieu, A. Sibbit

               SPWLA, 1981.

 

          34.  Volan Methods, Sales Reference Documents,

               1981.

 

          35.  Lithog - A New Lithology Analysis,

               T.R. Buchanan, R. Leith

               CWLS, 1982.

 

          36.  Lithodensity Tool Interpretation, SWSC, 1982.

 

          37.  Faciolog Brochure

               SWSC, 1983.

 

B. Oil Company Systems (Chronological order):

 

          1.   Proposal for an Electric Log Data Processing

               Service

               L.M. Godfrey, Texas Instruments,

               (Internal Document), 1962.

 

          2.   The Universal Log Interpretation Computer

               Program

               E.A. Breitenbach, Marathon Oil Company

               SPWLA, 1965.

 

           3.  Quantitative Log Evaluation of the Prairie

               Evaporate Formation in Saskatchewan

               E.R. Crain, Schlumberger

               CIM, 1965.

 

          4.   Correlation and Analysis of Well Bore

               Information by Computer

               G.C. Knutson, McDaniel Consultants

               (Internal Document), 1965.

 

          5.   The Universal Log Interpretation Computer

               Program - Nuclear Log Evaluation

               H.B. Evans, Marathon Oil Co.

               SPWLA, 1965.

 

          6.   Computer Coordinated Core & Log Interpretation

               ("COMLOG")

               M. Herb, L. Keener

               SPWLA, 1965.

 

          7.   Formation Evaluation in Foreign Operations

               ("PACLOG")

               R.A. Robertson

               SPWLA, 1966.

 

          8.   Reservoir Volume Calculations With A Well

               Data System

               F. Jeffries, Imperial Oil Company

               SPWLA, 1967.

 

          9.   Geological Well Log Data System

               CDP, (Internal Document), 1967

 

          10.  Imperial Oil Using Wireline Logs for Computer

               Evaluation of Oil Reserves

               F. Jeffries, F.E. Reichl, Imperial Oil Company

               CP, 1968.

 

          11.  A Practical Approach to Analysis of Logs by

               Computer

               G.E. Dawson-Grove, K.R. Palmer, Home Oil Company

               CWLS, 1968.

 

          12.  Digital Well Logs - Where We Stand

               D.H. Walsh, GTS Corp

               CWLS, 1969.

 

          13.  Economics of Computer Utilization in Formation

               Evaluation

               M. Quint, M. Grosmangin, Geopetrole,

               SPWLA, 1969.

 

          14.  A Computer Oriented Generalized Porosity -

               Lithology Interpretation of Neutron, Density and

               Sonic Logs

               M.H. Harris, R.B. McCammon, Gulf Rearch

               JCPT, 1971.

 

          15.  Pore-Volume Program find Reserves

               J.A. Strausser, Equitable Gas Company

               O&GJ, 1977.

 

          16.  The Digital Logfile - Foundation for the

               Evaluation Team

               J.R. Wilkinson, Shell Oil Co.,

               CWLS, 1977.

 

          17.  Dialog 45 File Structure, Aquitaine Log

               Analysis Package, (Internal Document), 1979.

 

          18.  Conlog, F. Williams

               G. Smith, R. Brinson, Conoco Inc.

               SPWLA, 1980.

 

C. Service Bureau and Consultants Systems (Chronological order):

 

          1.   1130 Quantitative Log Analysis Program,

               IBM, 1967.

 

          2.   Quantitative Well Log Analysis Via Computer

               Driven Graphic Terminals

               P. Gans, IBM, SPWLA, 1966

 

          3.   Computrex Methods - Time Shale Computer,

               G.W. Hammack

               PE, 1969.

 

          4.   Log Analysis Using the Time Share Computer

               System

               G.W. Hammack

               SPWLA, 1969.

 

          5.   Computer Processing of Well Logs

               W.B. Anderson

               CWLS, 1970.

 

          6.   Log Analysis Using a Time Share Computer

               A. Heslop, Imperial Oil Ltd.

               CWLS, 1970.

 

          7.   Epilog and Computer Processed Interpretation,

               Dresser Atlas, 1971 - 1977.

 

          8.   PETROS System Documentation

               McCord-Lewis Energy Services, 1974 - 1984.

 

               An Interactive Computer System for Well Log

               Analysis

               S.T. Martner, R.J. Brigham

               SPWLA, 1975.

 

          8.   LogCalc, Scientific Software Inc., 1975.

 

          10.  Mini Computers for Maxi Analysis

               M.B. Smith, W.W. Souder

               CWLS, 1975.

 

          11.  Log/Mate Newletters, 1977 - 1982.

 

          12.  Stratigraphic Interpretation from Computer

               Shaly Sand Analysis, R.S. Brown, J.S. Pickel,

               A. Heslop, B.G. Petovello, CWLS, 1979.

 

          13.  The Log/Mate Evaluation System

               E.R. Crain, D.W. Curwen, Log/Mate Limited

               CWLS, 1979.

 

          14.  Wellsite Log Analysis Using a Desktop Computer

               D.A. Krygowski, W.J. Wahlstedt, R.L. Colby

               SPWLA, 1980.

 

          15.  The Economics of Log Evaluation for Large

               Projects

               E.R. Crain, Log/Mate Limited

               SPWLA, 1980.

 

          16.  Terralog Instruction Manual (DOALA)

               Terradata Inc., 1980.

 

          17.  Microcomputer Programs for Petroleum Engineers,

               Volume I

               G.B. Asquith, Petroleum Publishing

               Company, 1980.

 

          18.  Energy Software Systems, Petrophysical

               Evaluation Package, (PEP), 1980.

 

          19.  Computerized Log Interpretation (Logan and

               Micrologan)

               A. Heslop, Coment Computer Enterprises, 1980.

 

          20.  Well Log Analysis and Data Base Reference

               Manual, RAMA Computers Ltd, (Internal

               Document), 1980.

 

          21.  Computer Interpretation

               Dresser Home Study Course, Chapters 27 - 28, 1981.

 

          22.  PDC 8500, Portable Log Analysis System

               PDC Inc.,1981.

 

          23.  PDC 1000 Log Analysis System

               PDC Inc., 1981.

 

          24.  Interactive Petrophysical Evaluation System,

               (IPES)

               C. Moens, Shell Oil Company

               SPWLA, 1981.

 

          25.  MATPET, Petresim Geological Consultants Ltd.,

               1982.

 

          26.  Basic Well Log Analysis for Geologists, G.B.

               Asquith

               C. Gibson

               AAPG, 1982.

 

          27.  Masterlog, Exlog Corporation, 1982.

 

          28.  Interlog II, Intercomp Inc., 1982.

 

          29.  RACAL Expert Systems, Racal Inc., 1983.

 

          30.  The Solution Center, Energy Systems Inc., 1983.

 

          31.  Full Spectrum Formation Evaluation

               E.T. Connolly, R.A. Reed, Canadian Hunter

               CWLS, 1983.

 

          32.  The CoRes Log

               T.J. Griffin Jr., Core Laboratories

               CWLS 1983.

 

          33.  Geological Well Log Analysis (3rd Edition),

               S.J. Pirson, Gulf Publishing Co., 1983. (see

               Appendix I through IV)

 

          34.  Bar Code Supplement for above, Gulf Publishing

               Co., 1983.

 

          35.  LOGIO, Adaptive Systems Inc., 1983.

 

          36.  Stratalog

               Dresser Atlas, 1983.

 

          37.  The Log Analysis System, The Log Analyst, 1983.

 

          38.  The Concept, Petcom Computing Inc., 1983.

 

          49.  Microcomputer Log Analysis Comes of Age

               A. Heslop, Coment Computer Enterprises

               CWLS, 1983.

 

          50.  PEP Program Math Documentation, D&S

               Petrophysical Internal Document, 1983.

 

          51.  LogCalc II, Scientific Software, 1983.

 

          52.  Micro Based Well Log Analysis System,

               QC Data Collectors Inc., 1984.

 

          53.  Log/Mate Plus and Log/Mate ESP, D&S

               Petrophysical, 1984.

 

          54.  Log/Mate Newletters, D&S Petrophysical, 1984.

 

          55.  LOG/MATE ESP - A Fourth Generation Computer

               Language For Log Analysis

               E.R.Crain, D.Jaques, K.Knill, K.Edwards

               CWLS, 1985

 

D. Wellsite Computer Analysis (Chronological Order):

 

          1.   Well-Site Recording of Moveable Oil Plot

               M.L. Millican, L.L. Raymer, R.P. Alger

               Schlumberger, SWSC, 1963.

 

          2.   Automatic Log Computation at Well Site:

               Formation Analysis Logs

               M.P. Tixier, F.M. Eaton, D.R. Tanguy, W.P. Biggs

               Schlumberger

               AIME, 1964

 

          3.   Technical Memorandum - The Formation Factor

               Moveable Oil Plot, Vol. 2, No. 1

               W.D.M. Smith,

               Dresser Atlas, 1970.

 

          4.   Well Site Evaluation of Well Logs

               WEC Indonesia, 1971

 

          5.   Illustrations of Evaluation Techniques

               WEC Indonesia, 1971.

 

          6.   Rxo/Rt Methods for Wellsite Interpretation,

               J.L. Dumanoir, J.D. Hall, J.M. Jones, Schlumberger,

               SPWLA, 1972.

 

          7.   Well Site (Quick Look) Interpretation Methods,

               WEC, Northsea, 1974.

 

          8.   Open Hole Wellsite Interpretation, Schlumberger

               Log Interpretations/Applications, Chapter 3,

               1974.

 

          9.   New Digital Logging System Improves Well Data

               Accuracy (Production Progress 1975)

               World Oil, 1975

 

          10.  Field Evaluation of Direct Digital Well Logging,

               L.M. Moseley

               SPWLA, 1976.

 

          11.  The Cyber Service Unit - An Integrated Logging

               System

               F.M. Eaton, J.W. Elliott, F.D. Hurlston,

               R.S. Olsen, D.J. Vanderschel, J.P. Warren,

               AIME, 1976.

 

          12.  Use Caution with Movable Oil Plot

               W.H. Fertl, Dresser Atlas

               O&GJ, 1977.

 

          13.  The Cyber Service Unit - Bring the Advantages of

               Schlumberger Computer Logging Services to the

               Wellsite

               Brochure

               SWSC, 1977.

 

          14.  Wellsite Formation Analysis Using the DDL*

               Computer

               M.P. Head, M. Gearhart

               AIME, 1977.

 

          15.  Direct Digital Logging (DDL)

               GO, 1977.

 

          16.  Your own DDL TM Logging Capability

               GO, 1977.

 

          17.  The Theoretical and Experimental Bases for the

               "Dual Water" Model for the Interpretation of

               Shaly Sand (Cyberlook)

               C. Clavier, G. Coates, J. Dumanoir

               SPE, 1977.

 

          18.  DDL - The Most Advanced Logging System Available

               in the World

               Brochure

               GO, 1977.

 

          19.  Quick Quantitative Wellsite Log Evaluation

               with the Rxo/Rt Curve

               S.J. Pirson, Consultant

               The Log Analyst, 1978.

 

               A Computer Processed Wellsite Log Computation

               D.L. Best, J.S. Gardner, J.L. Dumanoir

               SPWLA, 1978.

 

          20.  Cyberservice Wellsite Answers in Western Canada

               T.R. Buchanan, H.A.P. Lagasse

               CWLS, 1979

 

 

          21.  Major Application of Minicomputers in the Field

               begun by Schlumberger

               Oilweek, 1979.

 

          22.  Wellsite Computer Analysis: A Program for Complex

               Lithologies

               M.P. Head

               SPE, 1979.

 

          23.  Operating Techniques - Cyberlook Log, Schlumberger,

               JPT, 1980.

 

          24.  Prolog Wellsite Analysis

               DA, 1980.

 

          25.  Computerized Logging Service

               DA, 1980.

 

          26.  McPhar RD-600: Computerized Logging System,

               Customer Information Manual, 1981.

 

          27.  A Sensitivity Study of Schlumberger's

               Cyberlook Computation and its Comparison

               to Other Evaluation Methods

               J.R. Studlick, Shell/Schlumberger

               SPWLA, 1981.

 

          28.  Prolog Wellsite Analysis - Part II

               E. Frost, W. Fertl

               DA, 1981.

 

 

          29.  SIE Digital Logging System, 1982.

 

          30.  Advanced Geophysical Well Logging System, Gemini II

               1982.

 

          31.  Announcing a New Development from Well, DLS,

               Welex, 1982.

 

          32.  Schlumberger Cyber Service Unit, An Integrated

               Logging System

               SWSC.

 

E. Regional Analysis Systems:

 

          1.   Projective Well Log Interpretation, World Oil,

               S.J. Pirson, Consultant, University of Texas,

               1963.

 

          2.   Exploration Well Log Analysis (Recon), System

               Documentation

               E.A. Breitenbach, Slide Presentation

               SSC, 1972.

 

          3.   Procedures for the Use of Digital Well Log

               Data in Exploration

               E.A. Breitenbach, D.W. Peterson

               CWLS, 1972.

 

          4.   Projective Well Log Interpretation - 15 Years

               Later

               S.J. Pirson, Consultant, University of Texas

               CWLS, 1974.

 

          5.   New Technique Finds Strat Traps in Dry Hole Areas,

               G.E. Henderson

               SSC, World Oil, 1974.

 

          6.   Analyzing Digitized Well Logs Locates Smackover

               Strat Traps

               D.E. Shier

               SSC, World Oil, 1974.

 

          7.   Digitized Well Logs can Help Boost Success in

               Exploring Shale Intervals

               P.L. Work, GTS,

               O&GJ, 1975.

 

          8.   Regional Analysis in Exploration, (RECON),

               T. Minor, G.E. Henderson, Riley's Datashare,

               CWLS, 1975.

 

          9.   Physical and Chemical Signals Around Oil and

               Gas Traps

               S.J. Pirson, Consultant

               Log Analyst, 1978.

 

          10.  Computer Data Bases Aid Exploration

               D.W. Townsend Geosource Inc.

               O&GJ, 1979.

 

          11.  Some Uses of Functional Analysis in Petrophysics,

               H.B. Collins, D. Pilles, Petroleum Recovery

               Institute

               CWLS, 1979.

 

          12.  Application of Drilling Statistics in Exploration,

               Williston Case History

               P. Stark, Petroleum Information

               O&GJ, 1979.

 

          13.  Computer Analysis Data for Discovery of Reserves,

               E.C. Dahlberg

               Oilweek, 1979.

 

          14.  Computers Can Assist Geologists

               E.C. Dahlberg

               Oilweek, 1979.

 

          15.  Computing Those Elusive Potential Resources,

               E.C. Dahlberg, Institute of Sedimentary Petroleum,

               Canadian Petroleum, 1980.

 

          16.  Log Normalization by Trend Surface Analysis,

               J.H. Doveton, E. Borneman, Kansas Geological

               Survey

               SPWLA, 1981.

 

          17.  Synergistic Exploration: A Team Approach brings

               Results

               M. Thomasson, Spectrum Oil & Gas

               WO, 1981.

 

          18.  Digital Well Log Data - An Exploration Tool for

               the 1980's

               D. Shier, Consultant

               O&GJ, 1982.

 

          19.  Reservoir Description Services, Schlumberger

               brochure, 1983.

 

 

F. Statistical Analysis Systems:

 

          1.   Statistical Study of Neutron Logs for

               Correlation Studies

               E.J. Walters, Triad Oil

               SPWLA, 1968.

 

          2.   Application of a Statistical Zonatation Method,

               Reservoir Evaluation adn Digitized Log Analysis

               D. Gill, University of Michigan

               AAPG, 1969.

 

          3.   A Statistical Method for Determination of Water

               Saturation from Logs

               C.R. Porter, G.R. Pickett, W.W. Whitman, Phillips Petroleum

               SPWLA, 1969.

 

          4.   Use of Uncertain Analysis in Evaluating

               Hydrocarbon Pore Volume in Rainbow - Zama Area,

               K.C.G. Pritchard, Chevron

               AIME, 1971.

 

          5.   Analysis of Errors in Logging Parameters and Their

               Effects on Calculating Water Saturation

               C. Keelil, Alcore

               SPWLA, 1971.

 

          6.   Normalization of Well Log Data

               G.S. Neinart, C.C. Know, Sun Oil

               SPWLA, 1973.

 

          7.   Discrimination Analysis in Petrophysics,

               G.M. Heseldin, Shell

               SPWLA, 1976.

 

          8.   Multivariate Statistical Approaches in Formation

               Evaluation

               W.B. Hempkins, Standard Oil

               SPWLA, 1977.

 

          9.   The Use of Multiple Linear Regression Analysis

               to Calculate Formation Water Saturation From

               Logs

               J.G. Patchett, Amoco

               SPWLA, 1977.

 

          10.  Benefits of Linear Log Analysis Models,

               H.N. Collins, D. Pilles, Petroleum Recovery

               Institute

               SPW, 1981.

 

          11.  A Conciliating Porosity Exponent Relationship:

               Its Application to Practical Well Log Analysis

               O.G. Rivero, Petroleos Mexicanos

               SPWLA, 1981.

 

          12.  Diseno de filtros digitales para equiparar

               diferentes tipos de refistros felfisicos

               R.A. Carrasco, U.R. Saldana, Petroleos Mexicanos

               SPWLA, 1981.

 

G. Digitizing Systems:

 

          1.   Application of Magnetic Tapes to Well Logging,

               D.H. Tinch, G.K. Miller, B.N. Carpenter,

               E.J. Warren, Schlumberger, 1965.

 

          2.   Digitial Transmission of Well Logs by Radio

               and a Telephone, F.M. Eaton, G.J. Decker,

               Schlumberger, AIME, 1965.

 

          3.   Film Strip Scanner for Computer Input

               G.O. Buchner, Lane Wells

               SPWLA, 1967.

 

          4.   A Method for Automatically Digitizing Oil Well

               Logs

               W.B. Anderson, Riley's Datashare

               CWLS, 1968.

 

          5.   Problems Inherent in the Computer Processing

               of Well Log Data

               E.L. Dillon, Information and

               Computing Center Corp.

               SPWLA, 1969.

 

          6.   Data Transmission Considerations

               R.L. Dear, Bell Labs,

               SPWLA, 1969.

 

          7.   A Method of Measuring Graphical Data Quality

               on Well Log Prints

               W.B. Anderson, J.C. Sproule & Associates Ltd.

               CWLS, 1970.

 

          8.   Digitial Recording of Well Logs

               WEC Indonesia, 1971.

 

          9.   Application of Data Tranmission to Offshore

               Operations

               R. Garmard, R. Peveraro, C. Johns, Schlumberger

               AIME, 1972.

 

          10.  Tape Recording, Transmission, and Processing of

               Log Data

               LIP, Volume 2, Chapter 6, 1974.

 

          11.  Digital Well Log Standard, Imperial Oil Ltd.

               1975.

 

          12.  Customer Tape Format (LIS), SWSC, 1976.

 

          13.  Bidirectional Telemetry for Downhole Well

               Logging

               T.S. Matthews

               PE, 1977.

 

          14.  Well Log Data by Satallite

               A.P.S. Howells, L. Schoonover

               SPWLA, 1977.

 

          15.  Effective Data Communications with the Drilling

               Rig

               T.A. Paine

               Drilling, 1978.

 

          16.  MJ - The System, (Microfiche well log library

               System)

               Oilweek, 1978.

 

          17.  Well Log Digitizing,, Reformation of Wellsite

               Tapes, Digital Log Library Retrieval Services,

               Price Schedule

               Riley's Datashare, RDSI, 1980.

 

          18.  Digitech Log File (DLF), Technical Description,

               Digitech, 1980.

 

          19.  Use of Down Logs

               K.B. Hartley, Shell Oil

               O&GJ, 1981.

 

          20.  P.T. PERDATA Analysis, Digitial Data and

               Computer Services, 1982.

 

          21.  Tape Tran System, Compec Inc., 1982.

 

          22.  Rapid Log, Basic Software Systems, 1983.

 

          23.  Petroleum Information, Digitizing (Advertisement).

 

          24.  Energy Images Inc., Digitizing (Advertisement).

 

          25.  Kodak Recording Film Specifications.

 

26.    QC Data Collectors - Digitizing (Advertisement)

 

 

16 CASE HISTORIES

 

          1.   Vertical Permeability Determination - A Simple

               Approach

               N.A. Avifi, D.E. Manzie

               SPWLA, 1979

 

          2.   Permeability from Well Logs Shaybah Field, Saudi

               Arabia

               A. Brown, S. Husseini

               SPWLA, 1974

 

          3.   A New Approach to Improved Log Derived

               Permeability

               G.R. Coates, J.L. Dumanoir

               SPWLA, 1973.

 

          4.   Applied Petroleum Reservoir Engineering

               B.C. Croft, M.F. Hawkins

               Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, 1959

 

          5.   Utilizing Log Derived Permeability to Predict

               Rates of Gas Production

               S.A. Denco, R.F. Hammar, J.B. Maxwell

               Technology, April - June, 1981

 

          6.   A New Qualitative Permeability Indicator

               C.P. Engelke, D.W. Hilchie

               SPWLA, 1971

 

          7.   Production Production Handbook, Vol. 1 and 2

               T.C. Friele, Editor

               McGraw Hill, New York, NY, 1962

 

          8.   A Semiquantitative Technique for Predicting

               Permeability of Reservoirs be Well Log Analysis

               O. Gomex-Rivero

               SPWLA, 1979

 

          9.   Formation Evaluation

               E.J. Lynch

               Harper and Row, New York, NY, 1962.

 

         10.   The Properties of Petroleum Fluids

               W.D. McCain, Jr.

               Pennwell Books, Tulsa

 

         11.   An Introduction to Exploration Economics

               R.E. Megill

               Pennwell Books, Tulsa

 

         12.   Petroleum Exploration Handbook

               G.B. Moody, Editor

               McGraw Hill, New York, NY, 1961

 

         13.   Using Log-Derived Values of Water Saturation

               and Porosity

               R.L. Morris, W.P. Biggs

               SPWLA, 1967

 

         14.   Estimation of Aquifer Permeabilities from Electric

               Well Logs

               D. Ogbe, Z. Bassiouni

               The Log Analyst, 1978

 

         15.   Oil Reservoir Engineering

               S.J. Pirson

               McGraw Hill, New York, NY, 1958

 

         16.   Elevation and Hydrocarbon Density Correction for

               Log Derived Permeability Relationships

               L.L. Raymer

               The Log Analyst, June 1981

 

         17.   Comparison of Permeabilities from Logs and

               Sidewall Cores to Predict Production

               L.W. Revett

               SPWLA, 1976

 

         18.   Estimating Production of Prospective New Wells

               with Log Derived Permeability Feet (Kh) Maps

               A. Schultz

               SPWLA, 1976

 

         19.   Worldwide Pratical Petroleum Reservoir Engineering

               Methods

               H.C. Slider

               Pennwell books, Tulsa

 

         20.   Field Results using Gamma Ray for Calculating

               Permeability

               W.D.M. Smith

               CWLS 1974

 

         21.   An Investigation of Permeability, Porosity, and

               Residual Water Saturation Relationships

               A. Timur

               SPWLA, 1968

 

         22.   Evaluation of Permeability from Electric Log

               Resistivity Gradients

               M.A. Tixier

               O&GJ, 1949

 

         23.   Various Methods used to Average Porosity and

               Statistical Methods of Averaging Permeability

               E.H. Timmerman

               PEI, 1979

 

         24.   Practical Reservoir Engineering Vol. 1 and 11

               T.H.Timmerman

               Penwell Books, Tulsa

 

         25.   The Prediction of Well Productivity from

               Wireline Logs, McAllen Ranch Field

               J.R. Tottle

               CWLS, 1979

 

         26.   Petroleum Production Handbook, Vol. 1,2,3

               L.C. Uren

               McGraw Hill, New York, NY, 1959

 

 

 

 

16 PETROLEUM GEOLOGY

 

A.  AFRICA

 

1.  Role Of Reflection Seismic In Development of Nembe Creek Field,

    Nigeria.  P.H.H. Nelson

    AAPG, 1977

 

2.  Hydrocarbon Habitat of Tertiary Niger Delta

    B. Evamy, J. Haremboure, P. Kamerling, W. Knaap

    AAPG, 1978

 

3.  The Etosha Basin Reexamined (S.W. Africa)

    J.A. Momper

    OGJ, 1982

 

4.  Introduction to a Review of Log Interpretation Methos Used in the

    Niger Delta

    A. Poupon, I. Strecker, J. Gartner

    SPWLA, 1967

 

5.  A Review of Log Interpretaion Methods Used in the Niger Delta

    A. Poupon, I. Strecker, J. Gartner

    SPWLA, 1967

 

6.  Niger Delta

    SWSC WEC Nigeria, 1966

 

7.  Well Evaluation Conference - Nigeria

    SWSC WEC, 1974

 

8.  Petroleum Geology of the Niger Delta

    K. Weber, E. Daukoru

    Shell-BP, Nigeria

 

 

 

B.  ASIA

 

1.   Formation Evaluation in Indonesia

     C. Dadrian, H. Brown, J. Geotz, B. Marchette

     SPWLA, 1973

 

2.   Chinese Bottlenecks

     Far Eastern Economic Review

     China, 1972

 

3.   Role of Integrated Study of Core and Log Analysis in Realistic

     Estimation of Reserves of L-III Horizon of Bombay High Fields

     D.K. Gupta, S.K. Sharma, R. Dalavi, H. Raj

     SPWLA, 1981

 

4.   The Status of Well Log Interpretaion in India

     S. Itenberg, J. Koithara, K.H. Hashmy

     SPWLA, 1969

 

5.   Geophysical Well Logging in the Soviet Union

     G.V. Keller

     SPWLA, 1966

 

6.   Bangladesh:  A Brief Account of Geology and Hydrocarbon

     Exploration

     M. Maroof Khan

     OGJ, 1981

 

7.   Review of the Results of Some Petrophysical Studies on

     Cores From Assam Oil Fields, India

     J. Koithora, J.S. Bisht, U.V.S. Nohwar

     SPWLA, 1973

 

8.   Log Interpretation in Malay Basin

     K. Kuttan, C. Stockbridge, H. Crocker, J. Rembry

 

9.   Eastern Asia Coasts Offshore Are Promising Pertroleum Frontiers

     A.A. Meyerhoff

     OGJ, 1976

 

10.  Soviet Oil Flow Up, But Signs of Trouble Multiply

     OGJ,1977

 

11.  Outline of Sedimentary Geology of Maine Oil-Basinal Areas in

     Indonesia

     A. Pulunggono, P.N. Pertamina

     WEC Indonesia, 1971

 

12.  Geology of Offshore Northwest Palawan, Philippines -1

     Dr. A. Saldivar-Sali, Dr. H.G. Oesterle, D. Brownlee

     OGJ, 1981

 

13.  Logging Methods in Japan

     H. Sato

     SPWLA, 1968

 

14.  Computer P{rocessed Interpretation

     WEC Indonesia, 1970

 

15.  Water Injection in China:  Waterflooding the Oil Reservoirs of

     China

     Lin Zhifang

     OGJ Report, 1982

 

 

C.  AUSTRALIA - NEW ZEALAND

 

1.  Geology and Mineral Deposits - Australian

    Australian National Government Publication, 1969

 

2.  Australia's Amadeus Basin Has Cambro-Ordovican Potential

    D. Casey, J. Harrison

    WO, 1981

 

3.  Formation Evaluation in Australia

    H. Crocker, I. Strecker

    SPWLA, 1968

 

4.  Antarctica - Operating Conditions and Petroleum Prospects

    L.F. Ivanhoe

    OGJ, 1980

 

5.  The Definition of Development of the Mackerel Field, Gippsland

    Basin

    D.M. Maughan, A. Mebberson, D. Morton

    OGJ, 1981

 

6.  Exploration Results Off South New Zealand

    R. Sanford

    OGJ, 1980

 

7.  Australia's Northwest Shelf:  Gas is the Current Attraction

    J.S. Thomas, E.O. Nextvold, A. Crastella

    WO, 1978

 

8.  Bass Basin Set for New Exploration

    O.D. Weaver, Y. Houde, J. Downing, J. Smitherman, C. Nettels

    OGJ, 1982

 

 

 

C.  CANADA

 

1.   Petrophysical Evidence of Cementation Differences in the Cardium

     Sandstone

     W.R. Almon

     CWLS, 1979

 

2.   The Relationship of Reservoir Permeability to Measured Laboratory

     Permeability

     W.R. Aufricht

     CWLS, 1968

 

3.   HIBERNIA - A Petrophysical and Geologican Review

     R. Benteau, M.G. Sheppard

     JCPT, 1982

 

4.   Hamilton Cherhill:  A Case History

     J.R.M. Berry, R.F. Mercer

     The Log Analyst, 1977

 

5.   Naturally Occurring Gas Hydrates in the MacKenzie Delta

     C. Bily, J.W.L. Dick

     Imperial Oil

 

6.   The Successful Application of a Neutron Acoustic Crossplot to the

     Dolomite Sandstone of the Belloy

     W. Calloway, W.D. Smith

     JCPT, 1982

 

7.   Water Saturation Determination in the Keg River Formation of the

     Zama Field Using Logs and Oil Base Cores

     H.N. Collins

     CWLS, 1970

 

8.   Formation Oddities and Their Response on Wire-Line Logs

     J.T. Costello

     CWLS, 1968

 

9.   Log Interpretation in the High Arctic

     E.R. Crain

     CWLS, 1977

 

10.  An Empirical Approach to Log Interpretation in the Viking Sand of

     East Central Alberta

     W.C. Cutress

     SPWLA, 1974

 

11.  Logging Oddities - Radioactive Clean Dolomite

     CWLS, 1971

 

12.  Logging Oddities

     CWLS, 1970

 

13.  Petrophysical Evaluation Methods:  Basal Quartz Formaiton,

     Manyberries Area, Alberta

     B.W. Davis

     CWLS, 1979

 

14.  The Two That Nearly Go Away - But Didn't

     G.E. Dawson-Grove

     CWLS, 1972

 

15.  Shallow Gas:  How to Locate Easily Missed Pay Sands

     G.E. Dawson-Grove

     World Oil, 1977

 

16.  A Guide to Improved Formation Evaluation in Carbonates of

     Northwestern Alberta

     A.H. Dorin, A.E. Chase, A. W. Linke

     1968-70

 

17.  A Guide to Improved Formation Evaluation in Carbonates of

     Northwest Alberta

     A.H. Dorin, A. Chase, A. Linke

     SPWLA, 1965

 

18.  A Simple Method of Verifying the Air/Mercury to Water/Oil

     Conversion Factor

     J. R. Eade

     CWLS, 1971

 

19.  The Sidewall Epithermal Neutron Log as a Porosity and Lithology

     Device in the Zama-Lutose Area of Northwest Alberta

     J.R. Eade

     CWLS, 1970

 

20.  Dome's Dilema:  Long Tools, Thin Sands

     Energy, 1982

 

21.  Large Scale Log Interpretation of Water Saturation for Two Complex

     Devonian Reef Reservoirs in Western Canada

     C.R. Glenville

     SPWLA, 1965

 

22.  How Well Logs Were Used to Improve Evaluation of a Gas Storage

     Project

     J.M. Hawkins, R.W. Snyder, S.B. Pahawa

     JPT, 1977

 

23.  Correlation of Producing Formations in the Sverdrup Basin

     D. Henao-Londono

     1976

 

24.  Application of Porosity - Water Saturation Relationships to Log

     Analysis in Southeast Saskatchewan

     A. Heslop

     CWLS, 1966

 

25.  Petrophysical Evaluation of the Farewell Structure Sand Reservoir

     MacKenzie Delta

     H.M. Howells, J.R. Wilkinson

 

26.  Paleogeography and Sedimentation in the Upper Paleozoic, Eastern

     Canada

     R.D. Howie, M.S. Barss

     GSC, 1974

 

27.  Clinton Exploration and Production on the Ontario Side of Lake

     Erie

     D. Hurd, D. Kingston

     PE, 1978

 

28.  Computer Reconciliation of Sonic Log And Core Analysis in the

     Boundary Lake Field

     F.S. Jeffries, E.M. Kemp

     Oil In Canada, 1963

 

29.  An Improved Method for the Analysis of Reservoir Rocks Containing

     Clays

     R.E. Jenkins, D.C. Bush, W.R. Aufricht

     CWLS, 1970

 

30.  Some Practical Applications to Improve Formation Evaluation of

     Sandstones in the MacKenzie Delta

     W.L. Johnson, W.A. Linke

     CWLS, 1977

 

31.  Road Allowances Drilling Evaluation in the Lloydminster Area

     R.H. Knudsen, L. Freitag

     CWLS, 1970

 

32.  The Evaluation of Very Shaly Formations in Canada Using a

     Systematic Approach

     H. Kowalchuk, G. Coates

     SPWLA, 1974

 

33.  Optimizing Completions in the Milk River Sand

     H.J. Kowalchuk,  F.C. Coles

     CIM, 1974

 

34.  Use of the Sidewall Neutron Log in the Keg River Formation of the

     Zama Area

     J.R. Lishman

     SPWLA, 1967

 

35.  Canada's East Coast:  The New Super Petroleum Province

     E. Mancini, J.W. Payne

     JCPT, 1982

 

36.  Second Generation Pembina Play Raises Deep Implications Across

     Alberta

     Oilweek, 1977

 

37.  Petrophysical Study of the Cardium Sand in the Pembina Field

     W.T. MacKenzie

     CWLS, 1975

 

38.  Countess Oil Field, South Central Alberta:  Case History in

     Finding a Stratigraphic Trap

     A.W. McCoy, C.A. Moritz

     OGJ, 1982

 

39.  Petrophysical Evaluation of the Bluesky Sand, Bassett Area Alberta

     J.T. McCoy

     CIM, 1977

 

40.  Rock Fluid Relationship Studies on the Windfall D-3A Reservoir and

     Their Application in Evaluating Gas Cycling Effectiveness

     T.B. McFadzean

     JCPT, 1977

 

41.  Exploration Prospects in the Canadian Arctic Islands

     R.A. Menely

     1976

 

42.  Exploration Potential of the Scotian Shelf

     R.A. Menely

     Drilling Canada, 1981

 

43.  Sable Island Geology Heralds Threshold Reserves

     Oilweek, 1980

 

44.  Beaufort Sea:  The Biggest Year Ever Frontier Exploration

     Oilweek, 1981

 

45.  East Coast:  The Grand Banks Remain Number one

     Oilweek, 1981

 

46.  Offshore East Canada's Organic Type and Color and Hydrocarbon

     Potential

     OGJ, 1977

 

47.  Log Interpretation in the Ricinus Area of West Central Alberta

     R.H. Paul

     CWLS, 1970

 

48.  Formation Water Saturation in Gas Reservoirs -  A Comparison of

     Log Derived Values With Data Derived From Extracted Oil Base Core

     R.H. Paul

     SPWLA, 1968

 

49.  Log Interpretation in Complex Gas Bearing Reefs Northeast British

     Columbia

     R.H. Paul

     SPWLA, 1967

 

50.  A Reserves Review of the Pembina Cardum Oil Pool

     R.A. Purvis, W.G. Bober

     JPT, 1979

 

51.  Arctic Islands Potential Should Justify High Costs

     F.G. Rayer

     WO, 1979

 

52.  Exploration Prospects and Future Petroleum Potential of the

     Canadian Arctic Islands

     F.G. Rayer

     JPT, 1981

 

53.  Petrophysical Relationships From the Western Canada Area

     W.D.M. Smith

     SPWLA, 1969

 

54.  A Modified Shaly Sand Equation for the Western Canada Cretaceous

     S.D.M. Smith, R.J. Rodileau

     CWLS, 1977

 

55.  A Log Analysis Manual for the Western Canada Analyst

     W.D. Smith

     Lane-Wells, 1978

 

56.  Milk River Saraband Quality Control

     SOC, 1976

 

57.  Shallow Gas:  Examples & Interpretations

     SOC, 1976

 

58.  Canadian Arctic Islands - Cross Section

     J.S. Sproule and Assoc.

     1971

 

59.  Natural Gas in the Arctic Islands, Discovered Rexerves and Future

     Potential

     D.C. Waylett

     Canadian Gas Association

 

60.  Operator Interest Keen in U.S. Beaufort Sea

     B. Williams

     OGJ, 1982

 

61.  An Alberta Gas Supply Response Model:  Predicting Future

     Discoveries

     C.R. Winter, B.A. Craig

     Technology, 1981

 

62.  Log Interpretaion Chart for Western Canada Reservoirs

     Professional Log Evaluation Ltd.

     1978

 

 

E.  EUROPE

 

1.   A Review of the Status of the Basic Well Logging and

     Interpretation Methods Applied in Hungary

     Z. Barlai, I. Czegledi, P. Muller

     SPWLA, 1973

 

2.   Logging Programs and Log Analysis Techniques for Norwegian North

     Sea Wells

     C.R. Glanville, F. S. Millard, B.E. Morgan

     The Log Analyst, 1977

 

3.   New Log Data Give Better North Sea Well Completions

     G.M. Hodson, W.H. Fertl, G.W. Hammack

     World Oil, 1975

 

4.   Logging Problems in the North Sea

     A. Misk, A. Poupon

 

5.   A Log Analysis Method for Ekofisk Field, Norway

     J.D. Owen

     SPWLA, 1972

 

6.   Logging and Perforating in W.W. Germany

     H.W. Sorber

     SPWLA, 1966

 

7.   How Oxy's Log Program Evaluation Piper

     OGJ, 1975

 

8.   Geology of the North Seas

     SWSC, WEC, 1974

 

9.   Jurassic Sandstone Reservoirs

     SWSC WEC, 1974

 

10.  Lower Tertiary and Upper Cretaceous Carbonates

     SWSC WEC, 1974

 

11.  Paleocene Sandstones

     SWSC WEC, 1974

 

12.  Computer Processed Interpretation of the Rotliegendes Formation

     WEC, 1974

 

 

 

F.  MIDDLE EAST

 

1.  Egypt's Petroleum Geology:  Good Ground For Optimism

    A.S. Abdine

    World Oil, 1981

 

2.  Evaluation of Middle East Reservoirs with Complex Lithology

    D.E. Barid

    SPWLA, 1968

 

3.  Outline of Southeastern Middle East Stratigraphy

    E. Hart

    SWSC WEC Middle East, 1967

 

4.  On the Problem and Some Results of Well-Logging and Surface

    Geophysical Survey in the Petroleum Prospecting on the Karia Ba

    Mohamed Area, Morocco

    S. Demnati, J. Frydecki, A. Kulikowski, E. Nowicka

    SPWLA, 1980

 

5.  Outline of Sedimentary Geology of Libya

    SWSC WEC Libya, 1970

 

6.  Well Logging in the Middle Eastern and Similar Large Reservoirs

    P. Threadgold

    SPWLA, 1967

 

7.  Complex Lithology

    SWSC WEC Libya, 1970

 

8.  Shaly Sands

    SWSC WEC Libya, 1970

 

9.  Field Studies

10. SWSC WEC Arabia, 1975

             Iran, 1976

 

 

G.  SOUTH AMERICA

 

1.   Logging Programs in Northeastern South America

     H.B. Brown, H.A. Salisch

     SPWLA, 1971

 

2.   South Lake Maracaibo Log Analysis

     H.D. Brown, J.D. Cunningham, H.A. Salisch

     SPWLA, 1971

 

3.   Commercially Prospective Oil Accumulation in the Fractured

     Basement Complex of the Hama Area of the Orinoco Petroliferous

     Belt, Eastern Venezuela

     D. Flores

     CWLS, 1981

 

4.   Log Evaluation of Tuffites and Tuffaceous Sandstones in Southern

     Argentina

     A. Khatchikian, P. Lesta.

     SPWLA, 1973

 

5.   The Dual Spacing Neutron Log (CNL) in Venezuela

     J.E. Hung, H.A. Salisch

     SPWLA, 1972

 

6.   Falklands Seem Attractive Wildcat Target

     J.C. McCaslin

     OGJ, 1982

 

7.   Log Interpretation in Bolibia

     H.A. Salisch, H. D. Brown

     SPWLA, 1966

 

8.   Argentina Offers Something for Everyone

     J.J. Stewart-Gordon

     World Oil, 1980

 

9.   Porosity and Lithology Determination With Logs in the Caimancito

     Field, Jujuy Province, Argentina.

     SPWLA, 1976

 

10.  Petroleium Geolog of Trinidad and Tobago.

     P.R. Woodside

     OJG, 1981

 

11.  Giant Fields in Southeast Mexico - ARTICLE

     OGJ, 1981

 

 

 

H.  TAR SANDS AND HEAVY OIL

 

1.  Formation Evaluation in Heavy Oil Sands

    J.S. Brown

    SPWLA, 1966

 

2.  Log Evaluation and Monitoring of a Unique Heavy Oil Reservoir

    Project, Alberta Canada

    P. Campbell, M. Cucheck, E. Forst, W.H. Fertl

    CIMM, 1982

 

3.  Log-Core Correlations in the Athabasca Oil Sands

    N.N. Collins

    SPE, 1976

 

4.  Well Log Analysis in Heavy Oil Sands

    B. Cossett

    CWLS, 1981

 

5.  Sample Disturbance in Athabasca Oil Sand

    M.B. Dusseault

    JCPT, 1980

 

6.  Round Robin Study of Analytical Procedures of Various Laboratories

    on Assay Analysis of Athabasca Tar Sands

    J.R. Eade

    CWLS, 1975

 

7.  Athabasca Oil Sand Evaluation Usinig Core and Log Analysis and

    Ocological Data Processing Methods.

    R.W. Fetzner, W.L. Henson, F.J. Feigl

    SPWLA, 1966

 

8.  Commercially Prospective Heavy Oil Accumulation in the Basement

    Complex of the Hamaco Area of Orinoco Belt, Eastern Venezuela

    D. Flores, S.P. Meneven

    SPWLA, 1981

 

9.  How a Texas Heavy Oil Prospect Was Evaluated

    R. Freedman, J.R. Studlick

    Technololgy, 1981

 

10. Evaluation of a Heavy Oil Prospect Banderea Tan Area- Maverick and

    Zavala Counties, Texas

    R. Freedman, J. Studlick

    SPWLA, 1981

 

11. Importance of Reservoir Description in Evaluating In-Situ Recovery

    Method for Cold Lake Heavy Oil

    G.H. Kendall

    JCPT, 1977

 

12. Sediment-Geological Study of a Steam-Drive Project in the Deltaic

    River Sands

    C. Kruit, S. Maraven

    1978

 

13. Core Analysis of Unconsolidated and Friable Sands

    C.C. Mattax, R.M. McKinley, A.T. Clothier

    JPT, 1975

 

14. Petrophysical Mapping of the Wabiscaw Sand, Marten Hills Area,

    Alberta

    J.T. McCoy, E.J. Burge

    SPWLA, 1976

 

15. Errors in Core Oil Content Data Measured by the Retat Distillation

    Method

    J.J. Rathmell

    SPE, 1966

 

16. Well Logs Evaluate and Monitor Heavy Oil Steamflood in Kern County,

    California

    C. Rowx, W.H. Fertl, E. Frost, D. Stedman, D. Elliot

    CWLS, 1981

 

17.  Evaluation of the Albert Tar Sands

     R.C. Sah, A.E. Chase, L.E. Wells

     AIME, 1974

 

18.  Measurement of Petrophysical Properties of Unconsolidated Sand

     Cores

     B.F. Swanson, E.C. Thomas

     SPWLA, 1980

 

19.  Athabasca Tar Sand Reservoir Properties Derived From Cores and

     Logs

     R. Woodhouse

     CWLS, 1976

 

20.  Tar Sands Core Analysis Versus Log Analysis Controversy - Does It

     Really Matter

     R.W. Zwicky, J.R. Eade

     CWLS, 1977

 

21. The Cold Lake Project:  A Report to the Energy Conservation Board

    Imperial Oil Limited, 1978

 

I.  TIGHT GAS

 

1.   Mitchell Energy Foam Fracs Tight Gas Zones

     W.B. Bleakley

     PEI, 1980

 

2.   Evaluation of Shaly Sands With Low Deliverability

     D.E. Cannon

     CIMM, 1973

 

3.   Log Evaluation Results in the Deep Basin Areas of Alberta

     E.R. Crain

     CWLS, 1981

 

4.   Log Analysis in Tight Gas Sands - A Reconnaissance Study

     G.E. Dawson-Grove

     CWLS, 1979

 

5.   The Time-Economics of Developing Low-Grade Petroleum  Deposits

     G.E. Dawson-Grove

     SPWLA, 1979

 

6.   Evaluating and Logging Tight Rocks of South Texas

     T.H. Fett

     World Oil, 1980

 

7.   Formation Evaluation and Gas Detection in Shallow,

     Low-Permeability Shaly Sands of the Northern Great Plans Province

     G.C. Kukal

     SPE, 1979

 

8.  Gas Recovery From Tight Formations

    V.A. Kuusdraa, J.P. Brashear

    SPE , 1979

 

9.  Canada's Deep Basin:  Is It a Major New Gas Province?

    J.A. Masters

    World Oil, 1978

 

10. Deep Basin Gas Trap - Western Canada

    J.A. Masters

    AAPG Bulletin, 1978

 

11. Gas-Price Effect on Exploraiton Drilling Studied

    K. McConnell

    OGJ, 1981

 

12   Gas Reservoirs, Deep Basin, Western Canada

     G.E. McMaster

     JCPT, 1981

 

13.  Development of Shallow Gas Reserves in Low Permeability Reservoirs

     of Late Cretaceous Age

     G.L. Nyudegger, D.D. Rice, C.A. Brown

     SPE, 1979

 

14.  NPC Sees Big Potential for U.S. Tight Gas

     OGJ, 1980

 

 15. Exploration - CanHunter Style

     Oilweek, 1978

 

16.  Calculation and Significance of Water Saturations in Low Porosity

     Shaly Gas Sands

     M.J. Rosepiler

     SPWLA, 1981

 

17.  How Technology and Price Affect U.S. Tight Gas Potential

     Part 2 - Economics of Tight Gas Production

     R.W. Veatch, Jr., O. Baker

     Petroleum Engineer, April 1983

 

18.  Stimulating the Triassic Carbonates in the Foothills Gas Tred of

     Northeast British Columbia

     R.P. Wade, K. Aziz

     Technology, 1981

 

 19. An Update on Federal Tight Sands Incentive Policies

     World Oil, 1980

 

20.  Analyses of an Elmworth Hydraulic Fracture

     R.E. Wyman, S.A. Holditch, P.L. Randolph

     SPE, 1979

 

 

J.  UNITED STATES

 

1.   Subdivision, Stratigraphy of Pre-Punta Gorda Florida Rocks (lower

     most Cretaceous-Jurassic)

     A.V. Applegate, G.L. Winston, J.G. Palacas

     OGJ, 1982

 

2.   Hydrocarbon Potential in Gulf of Alaska - What Happened?

     B.W. Aud

     OGJ, 1979

 

3.   Waveland Field:  Analyses of Facies, Diagenesis, and Hydrodynamics

     in Mooringsport Reservoirs

     L.R. Baria

     OGJ, 1982

 

4.   Gas Detection in Sands of High Silt-Clay Content in the Cook Inlet

     Area

     F. Bettis

     SPWLA, 1977

 

5.   Well Log Analysis in the Austin Chalk Trend

     W.D.  Bishop, M.R. DeVries, W.H. Fertl

     SPWLA, 1977

 

6.   Unconformities - The Key To

     H. Bushnell

     OGJ, 1981

 

7.   Log Evaluation of a Fractured Reservoir Monterey Shale

     D.E. Cannon

 

8.   Pressure Build Up Characteristics in Austin Chalk Wells

     E. Claycomb

     OGJ, 1982

 

9.   How to Drill and Complete Austin Chalk Wells

     C. Coffman

     PEI, 1982

 

10.  Upgrading Medina Gas Well Production in Western New York

     D. Copley

     World Oil, 1980

 

11.  Wireline Operations in the Deep Delaware Basin

     J.D. Cunningham, F.D. Fulkerson

     SPE, 1966

 

12.  A Preliminary Evaluation of Various Log Analysis Techniques for

     the Eastern Devonian Shales - Fractured Shales

     J.B. Curtis, W.G. Fingleton

     CWLS, 1979

 

13.  Drilling and Completion Practices in Active U.S. Areas

     J.P. David

     World Oil, 1981

 

14.  Impact Craters: Implications for Basement Hydrocarbon Production

     R. Donofiro

     OGJ, 1981

 

15.  Anadarko Shows Unique Problems, Economics

     J.K. Drisdale

     OGJ, 1982

 

16.  Geology and Petroleum Potential of Alaska's Norton Basin Area

     M.A. Fisher, W.W. Patton, M.L. Holmes

     OGJ, 1982

 

17.  Evaluation of Hosston and Cotton Valley Fine Grained Sandstones

     J.M. Forgotson, J.M. Forgotson, Jr.

     SPWLA, 1974

 

18.  Formation Evaluation in the Texas Cretaceous Chalk Trend

     E. Frost  D. Stedman, W. Fertl

     World Oil, 1982

 

19.  Anomalies Observed onWell Logs

     G.W. Hammack, W.H. Fertl

     SPWLA, 1976

 

20.  Depth Porosity Relationships of the Anadorko Basin

     R.A. Hefner

     PE, 1980

 

21.  Williston - Reviving of a Giant Oil Province.

     D. Hoffman

     OGJ, 1981

 

22.  Economics of Austin Chalk Production

     S.A. Holditch, D.E. Lancaster

     OGJ, 1982

 

23.  East Cameron Block 270, A.Pleistocene Field

     D.S. Holland, C.E. Sutley, R.E. Berlitz, J.A. Gilreath

     SPWLA, 1970

 

24.  Case Histories of Subsurface Log Data Exploration Patterns in

     Eastern Powder River Basin

     B. Jones

     SPWLA, 1967

 

25.  Computer Caliper, Fingerprints of the hole, From Austin Chalk to

     Ellenburger

     H.W. Kading

     SPWLA, 1977

 

26.  Operators Charge Ahead in Overthrus Drilling

     W. Keener

     PEI, 1981

 

27.  Electrical Resistivity of Modern Reef Sediments From Midway Atoll

     G.V. Keller

     SPWLA, 1969

 

28.  Interpreting Silurian Niagaran Reefs in the Michigan Basin

     J.S. Labo

     SPWLA, 1977

 

29.  Atokan Clastics - Depositional Environments In

     G. Lovelick, C.G. Massini, D.A. Kotila

     OGJ, 1982

 

30.  Preplatform Exploration of High Island Blocks A-560 and A-561

     J.W. Lund, J.S. King, R. Berlitz, J.A. Gilreath

     OGJ, 1979

 

31.  Toward a Rational Strategy for Oil Exploration

     Scientific American, 1981

     Smackover Carbonate Petroleum Geology in Southwest Alabama

     E. Mancini, D. Benson

     OGJ, 1981

 

32.  A Look at Lower Tuscaloosa Petroleum potential in S.W. Alabama

     E. Mancini, J.W. Payne

     OGJ, 1982

 

33.  Comparison of Log and Core Results for an Extremely Heterogeneous

     Carbonate Reservoir

     L.C. Marchent, E.J. White

     SPWLA, 1968

 

34.  U.S. Atlantic Continental Margin, 1976 - 1981

     R. Mattick

     OGJ, 1981

 

35.  New Report Presents Lithologic Analysis of San Andres Formation

     M. C. McCaslin

     OGJ, 1982

 

36.  What to Expect When Logging the Cotton Valley Trend

     P. Nangle, W. Fertl, E. Frost

     World Oil, 1982

 

37. Logging in the Ellenburger - 1970

    R.H. Neustaedter, A.W. Schmidt

    API, 1970

 

38.  Log Evaluation of Deep Ellenburger gas zones

     R.H. Neustaedter

     SPE AIME, 1968

 

39.  Log Evaluation Techniques in Unita Basin Found Faulty

     J. Osoba, R. Gist, H. Carroll

     World Oil, 1981

 

40.  The Determination of Porosity in Sandstones and Shaly Sandstones

     Part One - Quality Control

     J.G. Patchett, E.H. Coalson

     CWLS, 1979

 

41.  Appalachian Gas Bearing Devonian Shales:  Statements and

     Discussions

     P.R. Potter, J.B. Maynard, W. Pryor

     OGJ, 1982

 

42.  Hydrocarbon Well Logging in the Williston Basin Cross Sections of

     Case Histories

     H. Rowe, J. McAdams, R. Mercer

     Continental Laborities, 1978

 

 

43.  Gulf Coast Stratigraphic Traps in the Lower Cretaceous Carbonates

     R. Sams

     OGJ, 1982

 

44.  Operators Seek 200 BCF Gas Fields in Southern Mississippi

     D. Scherer

     World Oil, 1981

 

45.  Computerized Log Analysis for Efficiently Evaluating Gas Wells and

     Gas Storage Reservoirs

     A.W. Schmidt, D.H. Tinch, B. Carpenter, W.R. Hoyle

     SPWLA, 1967

 

46.  Logging Offshore Wells in the United States

     R.B. Snow, W.H. Throop, J.A. Williams

     SPWLA, 1968

 

47.  Petrophysical Evaluation of the Diatomite Formation of the Lost

     Hills Field, California

     I.J. Stosur, A. David

     JPT, 1976

 

48.  Logging and Evaluation High Angle Well Bores on a Large Scale

     Drilling and Development Program, Long Beach, California

     SPWLA, 1968

 

49.  Lithology Crossplots:  Applications in an Evaporite Basin - The

     Maverick Basin of Southwest Texas

     SPWLA, 1977

 

50. Log Evaluation of a Heterogeneous Carbonate Reservoir Cato San

    Andres Field

    M.L. Traugott

    SPWLA, 1970

 

51.  Log Analysis in the Shallow Oil Sands of the San Joaquin Valley,

     California

     J.B. Vohs

     SPWLA, 1976

 

52.  Wattenberg Field, Paleostructure-Stratigraphic Trap, Denver Basin,

     Colorado

     R.J. Weimer, S.A. Sonnenberg

     OGJ, 1982

 

53.  Nature of Porosity in Tuscarora Sandstone (Lower Silurian) in the

     Appalachian Basin

     W.A. Wescott

     OGJ, 1982

 

54.  Computer Log Analysis Puls Core Analysis Equals Improved

     Formation Evaluation in West Howard-Glassock Unit

     D.A. Wilson, W.M. Hensel

     SPE, 1978

 

55.  Drilling and Completion Practices in Active U.S. Areas

     World Oil, 1982

 

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