Geophysical Borehole Logging
Geophysical borehole logging constrains petrophysical parameters of the ore body and the host rock – instead of biased drill core interpretation. However, often the parameters measured by common standard commercial geophysical probes provide insufficient constraints on ore-body properties. Such properties are often ambiguous, i.e. constraints are weak. Well measured, petrophysical parameters provide an important link to seismic survey data as they allow to constrain interval velocity models, and therefore to generate 3D models of the ore body.
UIT‘s geophysical borehole logging tool oreLOG provides petrophysical key-constraints allowing you to make the next key exploration decision. UIT‘s oreLOG tool utilizes a pulsed neutron generator to enable precise measurements of geochemistry and mineralogy of the ore body and host rock. The oreLOG logging system captures both, mineralogy and natural radioactivity; it measures porosity, deduced permeability, and further parameters with high accuracy.
These petrophysical characteristics are key parameters in any 2D and 3D seismic and stratigraphic exploration model and allow refining a realistic exploration model.
Latest modification: 10.03.2017