Whether the requirement is for a single well or for an entire field, Tiandi Energy offers complete petrophysical and well log analysis services. Our 40+ petrophysicists are experts in the manipulation and analysis of large data sets with diverse log types, including the integration of open‐hole and cased‐hole logging data with core analyses and geologic core descriptions. Our petrophysical interpretations provide rock and fluid properties that are key to characterizing and understanding the reservoir (e.g., porosity, formation thickness, fluid saturations, pressure,permeability, lithology and mineralogy, and rock mechanical properties, among others). Trained on all of the major software platforms (IP, Techlog, Geolog, Powerlog, Neuralog), our analysts are "software neutral".

    Petrophysical Analysis

  • Histograms, cross-plots and cluster analysis
  • Petrophysical parameter calculation
  • Rock and clay typing
  • Formation test and fluid contact determination
  • Automatic facies and lithology interpretation
  • Porosity, saturation and permeability evaluation
  • True scale display in hardcopy or digital format

    Single Well Studies

  • Studies from a few wells to thousands of wells
  • Integration and normalization of multiple generations of logging technology and vendor quirks
  • Cross-disciplinary interpretation incorporating production information, core data, mud logs, and all
    relevant engineering and geo-science data
  • Petrophysical results ready for reservoir simulation or geocellular modeling
  • Well logging data standardization
  • Key well lithological profiles
  • Electrofacies analysis
  • Multi-well research
  • Calculation of reserves
  • Historical well refining analysis
  • Studies executed on client's preferred software platform—100% compatability guaranteed

    Field Studies

  • Quick turn-around single-well studies
  • Log interpretations integrated with core, mud logs, pressure data and other readings
  • Executed using Remote + Secure ™ technology with any log software program
  • Analysis of target zones, such as lithology, physical properties, electrical properties, and oiliness
  • Well logging data standardization
  • Identification of oil, gas and water layers
  • Quantitative evaluation
  • Extraction of P-wave, rock fracture pressure prediction
  • Core depth correction