Theory and Practice of a Web-based Intelligent Agent in the Location of Pay Zones on Digital Well Log Files

Kansas Geological Survey

Open File 2004-28


Problems with Supervised Classification of Hydrocarbon Pay



Variations in pore type among the oomolidic lithofacies makes application of single cut-offs to define hydrocarbon pay difficult, providing a compelling reason for a “bottom-up” approach to defining pay.


Petrophysical Variations in Oomoldic Limestone Reservoirs - Example from Hall Gurney Field, Russell County, Kansas

Last Modified December 2004