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Improved estimation of mineral and fluid volumetric concentrations in thinly bedded carbonate formations
We recently introduced new petrophysical and compositional methods for joint interpretation of multiple conventional well logs. These inversion-based methods are suited for petrophysical interpretation of rock formations that exhibit complex solid composition, include thin beds, and are subject to mud-filtrate invasion. They combine nuclear and resistivity logs to assess porosity and volumetric/weight concentrations of mineral and fluid constituents, and are ideal for the quantitativedoi:10.1190/geo2012-0438.1 fatcat:eq7jr5nwpvhbnkcvvavewqxw4e