PGO Logging-while-drilling (LWD) services offer superior formation evaluation data to maximize reservoir value while drilling. LWD sensors deliver wireline-quality petrophysical data and address directional drilling, formation evaluation, and geo steering applications. These Baker Hughes tools will help you gather reservoir information, enhance drilling performance, and optimize well placement.
Gamma services are probe-based or collar-mounted with our measurement-while-drilling (MWD) service. Gamma-ray sensors detect lithology changes.
Resistivity services are offered through our system, delivering comprehensive evaluation of your formation and near-bore environments.
Our system offers accurate nuclear measurements and formation density images. Real-time azimuthally sectored bulk density and neutron-porosity measurements are designed for integration within your rotary steerable drilling systems.
Magnetic resonance services offer a lithology-independent porosity measurement while drilling through our system, quantifying fluids occupying pore space into fractions that contribute to production and fractions that do not. PGO measurements aren’t affected by formation, borehole, or near-borehole environment. Except for the hydrocarbon effect, environmental corrections are not required.
Formation pressures services offer real-time measurements of formation pressure while drilling. Our system determines reservoir fluids mobility, optimizing the acquisition period and minimizing the total time required to accurately measure formation pressure. This minimizes nonproductive time (NPT).
Acoustic service is offered via our technology, which integrates advanced downhole acoustic technology into our existing modular tool design and runs with many formation evaluation service levels.
PGO Reservoir navigation services use real-time LWD formation evaluation sensors with directional data and formation models to properly target your drilling assembly. This ensures optimal entry to maintain the wellbore in the zone of maximum interest, predicting and avoiding reservoir exit. Azimuthal imaging is also available.