Li Xiaohang1,2, Chen Zhan1,2
1School of Earth Sciences and Engineering, Xi’an Shiyou University, Xi’an, China
2Shaanxi Key Laboratory of Petroleum Accumulation Geology, Xi’an Shiyou University, Xi’an, China
Geophysical logging technology is indispensable in resource development and reservoir evaluation. Through logging curves, physical characteristics of formation lithology can be accurately reflected, so as to effectively solve geological problems. It can not only be used to explain and evaluate the geological parameters of coalbed methane in a single well, but also to comprehensively evaluate the indicators of coal seam physical property and gas content in this area. With the development of social science and technology, logging technology is constantly improved, increasing the research on logging technology and methods is very beneficial to the exploration and development of coalbed methane. Based on this, this paper focuses on geophysical logging analysis and discusses its practical application in coalbed methane exploration and development.
Geophysical logging; Coalbed methane; Exploration and development; Practical application
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