Well logging is the detailed recording of formations through boreholes. This involves bringing samples to the surface for direct observation, as well as physical measurements with instruments placed in boreholes. Well logging can be performed at different stages of the drilling project, including drilling, completion, production and abandonment. Well logging is used to drill for oil and gas, groundwater, mineral exploration and geothermal, as well as environmental and geotechnical research.
The prominent feature of mud logging technology is real-time performance. Mud logging can establish formation profiles in time and accurately discover oil and gas layers during the process of drilling. This is the most direct and efficient way to solve geological problems on site.
The Mud logging cabin is a complex portable laboratory, which adopts the working principle of the intelligent pressure container and uses the positive pressure difference to prevent the entry of any hazardous gases or substances that may be present in the borehole or surrounding area. The positive pressure ensures that there is a constant flow of fresh air into the cabin, which helps to maintain a safe and healthy environment for the workers and the instruments. This is especially important in drilling for oil and gas, where the presence of flammable and toxic gases can pose a significant risk to workers.
In addition to providing a safe working environment, the MUD logging cabin also helps to maintain the integrity of the samples and measurements taken during the mud logging process. This is because the positive pressure helps to prevent contamination of the samples and prevents the instruments from being affected by the surrounding environment.
Overall, the use of a MUD logging cabin is critical for ensuring the safety and accuracy of the mud logging process. It helps to provide a secure environment for the workers and the instruments and helps to ensure that the results of the mud logging process are accurate and reliable.
Offshore pressurised mud logging cabin brochure
Written by Mandy