A pinch-out in adjacent wells is easily observed when the Synthetic Image tracks are compared. Older wells with minimal data-sets, often by-passed in the mapping process can be quickly interpreted and used to refine the play fairway. Sub-units can be readily identified and quantified.
This example shows all information evaluated. Gas analysis confirms the shape of the bulk volume water curve increasing with depth - a diagnostic method to highlight what turned out to be a wet zone in this well.
An example where the Synthetic Image Log, corroborated by spinner data, shows enhanced reserves when a constant bulk volume water is used as a pay criteria.
In this North Sea clastic reservoir, the Synthetic Image Log, used with the Cross-Plot, identifies the position of a transition zone, helping to aid with completions and determining reserves height.