In its most basic sense, the petrophysical model took into account nearly all the measurements as well as readings which were extracted from down hole using logging tools and hence the pertinent interpretations were derived as a result of the same. His assertion was that logging data and then finding out the readings are in essence elements that were all computerized and thus he was optimistic that the industry shall cease to make use of the old logs which used to be written on papers and later on saved within different packs of paper, all of which were cylindrical in shape and form. What this model did was to include different kinds of logs as it made use of a wire line data within its entirety.
Further, the model focused on the basis of finding out how and where to complete the well as well as identify the net pay zone, and whether or not it cut off any data meanwhile. Mullen pinpointed after a thorough analysis a certain number of advantages related with this software which suggested that it was indeed pretty easy to learn and make use of, and it also cut back on the cycle time as nearly all logs were digital in nature. Moving on, this software played its due role at providing job treatment reports as well as other information which saved a lot of time as it employed the most advanced technological regimes.
What is even better is that this software was considered very accurate as well as up to date with regards to its related understanding level. For instance, in GR logs it was able to distinguish each and every radioactive mineral in its own form so that a proper determination was sought as to whether shale or clay minerals and rocks could have existed, whilst understanding the same within the realms of the readings that were taken. Further it played its due role at differentiating the height of the reservoir, its permeability as well as the hydrocarbon pore volume. The orientation of naturally occurring fracture within the formation was also accounted