DartFusion - Latest Generation Geosteeing and  Array Resistivity LWD Tool

Available in two sizes (4.75” and 6.75”) the DartFusion Tool carries the functionalities of two tools rolled in one. Geosteering and Formation Evaluation.

Its state of the art measurement specifications are comparable or exceed those of any other equivalent tool and features the following types of data: 

1. Azimuthal resistivity measurements with deeper reading than any other tool in its class.
2. Array of multi-frequency borehole compensated resistivity measurements.
3. Azimuthal Gamma Ray and images.

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Primary Benefits:​​
Secondary Benefits:
  • Deep reading (20ft) bed boundary mapping allows advanced well placement.
  • Accurate formation evaluation.
  • Wireline replacement resistivity measurements.
  • Enhanced capabilities when dealing with anisotropy.
  • Deepest depth of investigation of any propagation LWD tool.
  • ​​​Sufficient resistivity curves to allow inversions to be applied to solve for complex downhole environmental effects.​

Bedding Orientation:

Reduces cost of well construction:

  • Optimizing wellbore placement maximises production and extends field life.
  • Less wells for a given hydrocarbon recovery means better ROI.
  • Strike - Continuously measured directly by the DartFusion and sent in realtime. Displayed on surface.
  • Dip - Inferred in realtime from surface software as the formation bed boundaries are displayed and measured.

Distance To Boundaries:

Petrophysical capabilities:

  • Multiple formation boundaries can be detected and mapped in realtime, at deep distances, providing unprecedented visualization of the geologic structure in realtime.
  • Deeper readings improve the team's reaction time, allowing for increased drilling speed with less risk of drillout​.
  • 20 borehole compensated resistivity curves at multiple frequencies provide more accurate analysis.
  • Apparent resistivity can be corrected for complex​ downhole environmental effects.
  • Wireline resistivity runs can be avoided.