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Table of Contents

LEAP-600B Logging Platform ..1


LEAP-600B Heavy-Duty Truck.....4
Downhole Tools Diagram......5
LEAP Express Platform....6
Telemetry and Gamma-Ray Tool (TGR).....7
Temperature Tension Resistivity Tool (TTR)..8
Nuclear Electric Cartridge (NEC).........9
Resistivity Electric Cartridge (REC) ........9
Spectro-Gamma Ray Sonde (SGS)...10
Compensated NeutronSonde (CNS).....12
Hydraulic Pad-mounted Device (HAS)...14
Combined Logging Probe of LDS/MFS..15
MFS- Micro-Spherically Focused Logging........17
Dual Laterolog Sonde(DLS)..........................................................19
Dual Induction Logging Sonde (DIS).......21
High Resolution Acoustic Sonde(HRAS) ...23
Borehole Directional Sonde (BDS) ....25
Digital Hydraulic X-Y Caliper(XYC) 26
Flexible J oint Sub (FJ S) .......................................................26
Digital Long Spacing Acoustic (DLSA)......27
Borehole Compensated Array Sonic (BCAS) .....28

Digital High Resolution Dip LogDHRD...28
Pipe Conveyance Log (PCL) .....30










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LEAP-600B Logging System
Measurement Integrity and Data Quality
The LEAP-600B design is based on this fundamental concept quality in, quality out. Since
measurement integrity is the critical first step in reservoir characterization, the LEAP-600B system
incorporates advances in digital data acquisition and visualization technologies to ensure that you
receive prominent data:
Full recording of all instrument data from raw tool signals to fully processed curves
Optimized instrument operation in combination tool strings through multiple sampling rates for
sensors
Quality control through visual confirmation of all calibration values, verification values, and
measurement tolerances
Real-time quality control of spectral and acoustic services through information displays for raw
and processed data
Real-time environmental corrections
Advanced Technology Services
The LEAP-600B system is an advanced data acquisition platform designed to give you the full
benefits of the new-generation downhole instrument. The system outputs both color and
gray-scale plots, and easily incorporates client-defined presentation formats. The LEAP-600B
acquisition system can support all the downhole tools developed by CNLC as well as the tools
from cooperated companies*.The LEAP-600B system offers great flexibility in data handling,
processing, and communications:
Multiple RISC-based CPUs operating at 76 MIPS each
Ability to handle new-generation data-intensive services and multiple service combinations
Direct print log plotting at speeds of up to 4 in./sec for gray-scale or up to 5 in./sec for color
plots
Raw data recording allows the application of future advances in data- processing techniques
to the original raw data
X.25 data communications
Full data communications with built-in security to and from client office locations, geoscience
centers, or other LEAP-600B units
High-definition color monitors for log viewing and data processing utilizing the X-Window
System"Motif"' graphic user interface
Removable electronic storage media using industry standard formats:
3'/2-in. floppy disk drive
1.3 Gbyte digital audio tape (DAT)
9-track tape
CD-R
*The LEAP-600B acquisition system supports all CNLCs down-hole tools and the tools produced by other
companies such as HLB, SLB, and Sondex. Down-hole tools and software such as XRMI, WSTT, CAST,
SFT\SFTT produced by other companies are all compatible with the LEAP-600B system.




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Safety for personnel, protection for Data and Equipment
The LEAP-600B system is designed to protect people, equipment, and the data being recorded.
Safety features incorporated into the LEAP-600B system include:
Non-circulatory well exposure minimized through reduced operating time
Well data preserved in case of an emergency shutdown through a certified uninterruptible
power supply (UPS) system
Ballistic operations safety and efficiency improved through a built-in wellhead potential
monitor
Ballistically safe wireless communication system between the units and operators on the rig
floor
Data security during communication through automatic data encryption
Real-Time Data Processing Platform
The LEAP-600B supplies a field version log analysis sofrware package. The field engineer and
our client have the ability to process the logging data in real-time at the well site.
Data pre-processing: This is the basic system of the analysis software package; it includes depth
match, environments correction, and other data preparation functions.
Data processing:
This is the main part of the software, It includes Complex reservoir analysis, Sandstone analysis,
Stratagon structural Diplog analysis, MRIL logging data analysis, Acoustic waveform analysis,
Pressure transient analysis, Production logging data analysis


Data Communication
CNLC offers data communication services from the well sites to our Geoscience Centers or client
premises throughout the world, thus facilitating the decision processes associated with oil and gas
exploration and development. If desired, digital data and graphics may be transmitted
simultaneous with other logging operations. Our communications software packages include
compression techniques to reduce transmission time and provide the needed security for system
integrity. The systems can efficiently transport information across traditional dialup (PTT)




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networks, public or private wireless networks including cellular, and a variety of satellite
applications including INMARSAT. Client needs for reliable, secure and unattended data transport
is supported with a wide array of packages. Dial-up options include X, Y, and Z Modem, BLAST
and J FT or other open protocols such as X.25. Network and dial access allows interaction with the
World Wide Web on the Internet and has options encompassing solutions that are tailored for
Wide Area Network(s) (WAN).
Operational Efficiency
The computer technology of the LEAP-600B system, including its multitasking capability, ensures
improved data acquisition and processing:
Multitasking CPUs allow multiple simultaneous operations, including logging, verification, logging
preparation, and data transmission
Improved job flow through easy-to-understand operator interfaces
Flexible playback and change of presentation parameters at the well site, without disrupting job
flow, through the use of multitasking CPUs
System design utilizing high-reliability components, supplemented with card-level diagnostics and
replacement, and CPU redundancy
Verification/calibration of a surface tool string while the current logging string is tripping in/out of
the well
Simultaneous calibration of multiple instruments in the same string
Wireline Telemetry System improvements allow more instrument combinations and faster
logging speeds
Ability to scroll up and down the log during acquisition

















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LEAP-600B Heavy-Duty Truck
The Heavy-Duty Truck is a full-sized
and full-service logging unit. The unit
is designed to operate in virtually
any oilfield-type environment, such
as tropical, desert, or arctic. The
logging cabin is designed to house a
full LEAP-600B acquisition system
while still providing ample working
and seating room. The unit is built
on a 6x4 or 6x6 chassis.
Benefits and Features
Designed for use in various
environments .Can be fully winterized for arctic conditions
Set back front axle to optimize weight distribution and meet DOT regulations when fully loaded
Includes three air conditioners that do not use CFC-12 refrigerant Self-contained for remote
operations.
Hydraulic system powered by main truck engine. Both hoist and generator hydraulically powered.
Storage provided on unit to carry necessary logging tools, R/A sources, and supplies.
Sleeper cab provided. Specially designed tool racks using air bags to cushion instruments while
driving. Air ride rear suspension. Heavy-duty frame and suspension.
Full-service capabilities
Contains four full-size instrument racks for the acquisition system
Wired to accept either the LEAP-600 or other acquisition systems
Safe to operate
Contains a Wellhead Potential Meter and RF detector for increased perforating safety
Full drum guards to cover moving parts
Drip pan mounted under drum







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Downhole Tools Diagram
TTR
TCT
FJS
GRS or SGS
CNS
NEC
HAS
LDS-MFS
REC
DIS
HRAS
BDS
BOTTOM NOSE
BRIDLE
NEC
REC
HRAS
TTR
TCT
GRS or SGS
CNS
LDS-MFS
DLS
BDS
FJS
HAS
TTR: TEMPERATURE TENSION AND RESISTIVITY GRS: GAMMA LOGGING SONDE
SGS: SPSCTRO-GR SONDE NEC: NECLEAR ELECTRIC CARTRIDGE
CNS: COMPENSATED NEUTRON SONDE REC: RESISTIVITY ELECTRIC CARTRIDGE
LDS-MFS: DENSITY&MSFL SONDE DLS: DUAL LATEROLOG SONDE
BDS: BOREHOLE DIRECTIONAL SONDE DIS: DUAL INDUCTION SONDE
HRAS: HIGH RESOLUTION ACOUSTIC SONDE FJS: FLEXIBLE JOINT SUB





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Quad-Combo Express Platform
LEAP-600B Express Platform toolstring provides all the conventional logs which are:
- Resistivity : Dual Laterolog or Dual Induction Log; MSFL
- Porosity: Neutron Porosity and Sonic Porosity
- Formation Lithology and Density
- Hole Deviation and Azimuth
- Hole Caliper, Mud Resistivity and Temperature
- SP
Systematic Specifications of LEAP-600B-Series Tools
Pressure rating 100 or 140MPa
Temperature rating 25 ~ 150(or175 )
Deposit temperature 40 (no longer than 12h.)
Shock rating 50g/100g 11ms 3-axises
Vibration rating 5g/7.5g 10 ~60 Hz 3-axises
Max. hole size 21.5 in
Logging speed 550m/hr
Max. OD of the string 4.5 in
Total length of the string 21.6m or 24.5m (no Flexible J oint Sub)
Total weight of the string 752Kg (spectro-GR), 740Kg (GR)
Cable-head Voltage 250VAC1050 ~60Hz



















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Telemetry and Gamma-Ray Tool
(TGR)
The TGR is the combination of the telemetry tool and natural Gamma-Ray measurement. In
conjunction with a telemetry module, a standardized interface between the surface acquisition
system and digital down hole tools, digital data is transmitted both upward and downward at 100
kilobits per second in bursts of data called FRAMES. Natural GR sensor has been merged in to
reduce the total tool numbers and length.
Nature Gamma Ray Log
The Natural Gamma Ray Log is the measurement of the total Gamma Ray in the formation. In
conjunction with NEC, the probe can be combined with other LEAP-Series tools for depth
correction.
Applications of the GR Logs:
1. Formation profile delineation
2. Clay content determination
3 Well-to-well correlation
4 Depth correlation service

Dimentions and Rattings
Maximum working temperature 150
Maximum working pressure 100MPa
Tool OD Length Weight
88mm(3 3/8in) 1629mm(5ft) 42kg(93Lbs)

Borehole Conditions
Min Hole Max Hole
4.5in 20in
Borehole fluids: Air Fresh Salt Oil
Max Logging Spd: 10m/min
for depth correlation: 20m/min
Tool Position Centralized Decentralized

Measurement
Principle: Gamma Ray
Range 02000API
Vertical Resolution N/A
Depth of investigation 300mm(11.8in)

Measurement Repeatability(At 80API reading, time constant 2S ):
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Temperature Tension Resistivity Tool
(TTR)
The TTR is a mechanical and electrical tool that measures the pull on cable head, the mud
resistivity and mud temperature. The logs are used for the enhancement of log analysis and
logging quality/safety control. It is a digital tool.
Main Applications:
1. Gas entries detection in air drilled well
2. Location of lost circulation zones
3. Determination of geothermal gradients
4. Temperature correction of other logs
5. Measuring tool head tension

Dimentions and Rattings
Maximum working temperature
150
Maximum working pressure 100MPa
Tool OD Length Weight
92mm(3 5/8in) 1993mm(6.5ft) 44kg(97Lbs)

Borehole Conditions
Min Hole Max Hole
4.5in 20in
Borehole fluids: Air Fresh Salt Oil
Max Logging Spd:
Tool Position Centralized Decentralized

Measurement
Principle: Cable head tension, Mud Resistivity and Temperature
Rm Temp
Tension
Range 0.015.0ohm-m 0150
-6000lbs+6000lbs

Measurement accuracy
Rm 10 %
Temp (reading*1%+1C)
Tension 68Kg+reading*3%




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Nuclear Electric Cartridge
(NEC)
The main functions of NEC Common Electronic Circuit Sub are the control, signal processing and
communication for GRS, SGS, CNS, LDS and MSS; the control for HAS; the communication to
surface acquisition system in conjunction with TGR.
Dimentions and Ratting
Maximum working temperature 150
Maximum working pressur 100MPa
Tool OD Length Weight
86mm(3 3/8in) 2929mm(9.6ft) 48kg(106Lbs)

Borehole Conditions
Min Hole Max Hole
4.5in
Borehole fluids: Air Fresh Salt Oil
Max Logging Spd:
Tool Position Centralized Decentralized
Resistivity Electric Cartridge
(REC)
The main functions of REC Common Electronic Circuit Section are the control and signal
processing for DLS, DIS, BDS and HRAS; and the communication to surface acquisition system
in conjunction with TGR.
Dimentions and Rattings
Maximum working temperature 150
Maximum working pressure 100MPa
Tool OD Length Weight
86mm(3 3/8in) 1610mm(5.3ft) 27.5kg(61Lbs)

Borehole Conditions
Min Hole Max Hole
4.5in
Borehole fluids: Air Fresh Salt Oil
Max Logging Spd:
Tool Position Centralized Decentralized




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Spectro-Gamma Ray Sonde
(SGS)

The Spectro-GR Sonde, in conjunction with
NEC, uses five-window spectroscopy to
resolve total gamma ray spectra into the
three most common components of naturally
occurring radiation---potassium, thorium and
uranium. The tool can be combined with
other LEAP-Series tools or subs through
TCT and NEC.


Main Applications of the Logs:
1. Definition of clay content
2. Detailed well to well correlation
3. Igneous rock recognition
4. Recognition of radioactive minerals






















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Dimentions and Rattings
Maximum working temperature 150
Maximum working pressure 100MPa
Tool OD Length Weight
99mm(3 7/8in) 1442mm(4.7ft) 49kg(108Lbs)

Borehole Conditions
Min Hole Max Hole
4.5in 20in
Borehole fluids: Air Fresh Salt Oil
Max Logging Spd: 6.7m/min
Tool Position Centralized Decentralized

Measurement
Principle: Gamma Ray Spectro
Range 0500API
Vertical Resolution 500mm(19.7in)
Depth of investigation 300mm(11.8in)

Measurement accuracy
U 1.5ppm
TH 1.5ppm
K 0.1%
Stability of high voltage 2v




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Compensated Neutron Sonde
(CNS)

The CNS contains a radioactive source that
bombards the formation with fast neutrons that
are slowed down and then captured primarily
by hydrogen atoms in the formation. The
slowed neutrons been deflected back to the
tool are counted by detectors. Since the tool
responds primarily to the hydrogen content of
the formation, the measurement is scaled in
porosity units. Both epithermal and thermal
neutrons can be measured depending on the
detector design. The tool uses two thermal
detectors for a borehole-compensated thermal
neutron measurement. The tool can be
combined with other LEAP-Series tools or
subs through TCT and NEC.



Main Applications of the Logs:
1. Porosity analysis
2. Lithology identification
3. Clay analysis
4. Gas detection





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Dimentions and Rattings
Maximum working temperature 150
Maximum working pressure 100MPa
Tool OD Length Weight
86mm(3 3/8in) 1794mm(5.88ft) 45kg(101Lbs)

Borehole Conditions
Min Hole Max Hole
6.0in 20in
Borehole fluids: Air Fresh Salt Oil
Recommended Logging Spd: 10m/min
Tool Position Centralized Decentralized

Measurement
Principle: Neutron-Thermal Neutron
Range 185PU
Vertical Resolution 600mm(23.6in)
Depth of investigation 200mm(7.87in)

Measurement accuracy
0 ~ 10 PU 1PU
10 ~ 45 PU 10%
> 45 PU 10PU

Measure points
Measurement Measure Point Reference from
Neutron 1040mm(41in) Bottom of Tool




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Hydraulic Pad-mounted Device
(HAS)
The HAS is a hydraulic sidewall contact device that is used for the Combined Probe of
Micro-spherically Focused resistivity and Litho-Density measurements. The hydraulic device
forces the Combined Logging Probe of Litho-Density Probe and Micro-spherically Focused Probe
to the sidewall during logging. It also provides a caliper for the correction of these pad-type logs.

Dimentions and Rattings
Maximum working temperature 150
Maximum working pressure 100MPa
Tool OD Length Weight
117.5mm(4.6in) 3151mm(10.3ft) 103.5kg(228Lbs)

Borehole Conditions
Min Hole Max Hole
6in 21in
Borehole fluids: Air Fresh Salt Oil
Max Logging Spd: 10m/min
Tool Position Centralized Decentralized
Operation voltage 127 VAC/0.7 ~ 0.9A/60Hz
Time to open the pad 2 s
Time to close the pad 60s





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Combined Logging Probe of Litho-Density and
Micro-spherically Focused Logging
(LDS/MFS)
The LDS, Litho-Density Sonde, makes direct
measurements of formation lithology and
density. Coupled with the Compensated
Neutron Tool (CNS), it offers a good means of
measuring porosity in a variety of environments.
The contrasting response of the LDS and CNS
is used to identify different rock matrices and
differentiate between gas or liquid trapped in
the rock pore spaces.
.
In conjunction with NEC and HAS, the
Litho-density logs and the Micro-spherically
Focused logs can be provided. The
Litho-Density tool uses a sonde-mounted
gamma ray source 1.5CiCs
137
and two
detectors to measure the bulk density and the
effective photoelectric effect (Pe) of the
formation. A caliper is also recorded. The tool
uses two detectors to compensate the
measurement result for the effects of mud cake
and hole rugosity. The Micro-spherically
Focused Logging tool provides shallow
micro-resistivity of small volume near the
borehole in wells drilled with conductive drill
fluid. The tool also provides a caliper
measurement. It is usually run with Dual
Laterolog Probe or Dual Induction Probe
through TGR, NEC and REC.

In conjunction with TGR, NEC and REC,
LDS-MFS measurements can be combined
with other LEAP-series tools or probes.

Main Applications of the Logs of LDS:
1. Porosity analysis
2. Lithology determination
3. Caliper







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Dimentions and Rattings
Maximum working temperature 150
Maximum working pressure 100MPa
Tool OD Length Weight
See HAS 874mm(2.9ft) See HAS

Borehole Conditions
Min Hole Max Hole
6.0in 20in
Borehole fluids: Air Fresh Salt Oil
Recommended Logging Spd: 10m/min
Tool Position Centralized Decentralized

Measurement
Bulk density Pe
Principle: Gamma attenuation
Range 13.0g/cm3 1.014unit
Vertical Resolution 360mm(14in)
Depth of investigation 50240mm(29.4in)

Measurement accuracy
Bulk density 0.025g/cm3
Pe (1.4<Pe<6.0) 6% (1.4<Pe<6.0)

Repeatability(Regular borehole, thickness of MC12.5 mm, and no barite in borehole)
Bulk density 0.015g/ cm3
Pe 0.5 Pe unit













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MFS- Micro-Spherically Focused Logging

The Micro-spherically Focused Resistivity
Tool provides very shallow resistivity
measurements MFS (micro-spherically
focused log). The tool provides resistivity
information close to the borehole wall and
is usually run in combination with the Dual
Laterolog Tool to give a complete
formation resistivity profile.
The major goal of resistivity tools is to
measure Rt, the resistivity of the
uninvaded zone. Rt, together with porosity,
can be used to compute the water
saturation of a formation, which ultimately
is used to determine hydrocarbon content.
Rt cannot be obtained with only one
resistivity measurement as the tools are
affected by invaded and transition zones.
An approximation of these two zones is
necessary to correct the deep
measurement to get the resistivity of the
uninvaded zone. Correction is not the only
benefit of a very shallow measurement. An
estimation of Sor (residual hydrocarbon
saturation) can be made (based on the
assumption that the mud filtrate displaces
all the mobile hydrocarbon in the invaded
zone).

The Rxo measurement (resistivity of the
invaded zone) is deduced directly from the
MFS (micro-spherically focused log)
measurement.Principles

Main Applications of the Logs of MFS:
1. Resistivity of flushed zone
2. Location of porous and permeable zones
3. Movable hydrocarbon indication
4. Caliper






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Dimentions and Rattings
Maximum working temperature 150
Maximum working pressure 100MPa
Pad OD Length Weight
142mm(5 3/5in) N/A N/A

Borehole Conditions
Tool Diameter Min Hole Max Hole
6.0in 20in
Borehole fluids: Air Fresh Salt Oil
Recommended Logging Spd: 10m/min
Tool Position Centralized Decentralized

Measurement
Principle: Focused Micro Resistivity
Range Rxo(ohm-m): 0.2-2000ohm-m
Caliper 150540mm(621in)
Vertical Resolution 250mm(10in)
Depth of investigation 100mm(4in)

Measurement accuracy
0.5200 ohm-m 5%
2001000 ohm-m 10%
10002000 ohm-m 15%
Caliper 0.25in












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Dual Laterolog Sonde
(DLS)
In conjunction with REC, the Digital Dual
Laterolog provides both deep and medium
resistivity measurements and is generally
combined with the MSFL tool measuring
the shallow micro-resistivity and caliper,
and gamma-ray logging tools. Three
resistivity measurements provide invasion
profile and determine accurate true
formation resistivity in wells drilled with low
resistivity drill fluid against high resistivity
formation. The tool can be combined with
other LEAP-Express tools or Probes using
TCT, REC and NEC subs.



Main Applications of the Logs: (with
MFS log)
1. True resistivity and flushed zone
resistivity
2. Invasion profile
3. Correlation
4. Hydrocarbon detection






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Dimentions and Rattings
Maximum working temperature 150
Maximum working pressure 100MPa
Tool OD Length Weight
92mm(3 5/8in) 3152mm(10.3ft) 102kg(212Lbs)

Borehole Conditions
Min Hole Max Hole
6.0in 20in
Borehole fluids: Air Fresh Salt Oil
Recommended Logging Spd:
10m/min

Tool Position Centralized Decentralized

Measurement
Deep laterolog Shallow laterolog
Principle: Focused Resistivity Focused Resistivity
Range(ohm-m): 0.2-40000ohm-m 0.2-40000ohm-m
Vertical Resolution 24in 24in
Depth of investigation 2700mm(106in) 31.5in

Measurement accuracy(in undistrubed formation)
0.21 ohm-m 20%
12000 ohm-m 5%
20005000 ohm-m 10%
500040000 ohm-m 20%




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Dual Induction Logging Sonde
(DIS)

In conjunction with REC, the DIS
records two resistivity curves having
different depths of investigation and a
SP curve. Combined with MSFL log,
the three resistivity logs can be
converted to the resistivity of flushed
zone, the invasion diameter and the
true resistivity (Rt). The tool is well
used in wells drilled with medium and
high resistivity drill fluid, for example,
fresh water, air and oil-based mud.
The tool is usually run simultaneously
with other LEAP-Series tools or probes
in conjunction with REC, NEC and
TCT.




Main Applications of the Logs:
1. True formation resistivity and
hydrocarbon detection
2. Invasion profile
3. Depth control and correlation





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Dimentions and Ratting
Maximum working temperature 150
Maximum working pressure 100MPa
Tool OD Length Weight
92mm(3 5/8in) 5844mm(19.2ft) 93kg(205Lbs)

Borehole Conditions
Min Hole Max Hole
6in 20in
Borehole fluids: Air Fresh Salt Oil
Max Logging Spd: 30m/min
Tool Position Centralized Decentralized

Measurement
Deep induction Medium induction SP
Principle: Dual Induction Dual Induction
Range 0.22000ohm-m 0.22000ohm-m
-8020mv
Vertical Resolution 1500mm(59in)

Depth of investigation 1700mm(67in) 800mm(31.5in)

Measurement accuracy
Deep induction 7% or 1ohm-m
Medium induction 7% or 1ohm-m

Measurement Repeatability:
0.250ohm-m 3%
0.250ohm-m 5%
At calibration point 1%










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High Resolution Acoustic Sonde
(HRAS)

The HRAS utilizes one acoustic transmitter
and four receivers combination to make
measurement of the sound transmission
properties of formations surrounding the
borehole. The tool is designed one
transmitter and four receivers with short
space to measure the interval transit time of
high resolution traveling through the
adjacent formation. The HRAS can be
combined with other LEAP-Series tools or
probes through TCT, REC and NEC.


Main Applications of the Logs
1. Porosity analysis
2. Gas detection
3. Lithology identification
4. Fracture detection





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Maximum working temperature 150
Maximum working pressure 100MPa
Tool OD Length Weight
92mm(3 5/8in) 3521mm(9.83ft) 65kg(143Lbs)

Borehole Conditions
Min Hole Max Hole
4.25in 17.5in
Borehole fluids: Air Fresh Salt Oil
Max Logging Spd: 20m/min
Tool Position Centralized Decentralized

Measurement
Principle: High Resolutuion Acoustic
Range 40~200s/ft (130~650s/m)
Vertical Resolution 150mm(5.9in)
Depth of investigation 100mm(3.9in)

Measurement accuracy
40 ~ 70s/ft 2s/ft
70 ~ 200s/ft 3




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Borehole Directional Sonde
(BDS)
In conjunction with REC, the BDS provides simultaneously recording of the parameters of
borehole orientation (hole azimuth and deviation).

Main Applications:
1. Directional information
2. Location of permeable zones

Dimentions and Rattings
Maximum working temperature 150
Maximum working pressure 100MPa
Tool OD Length Weight
86mm(3 3/8in) 1400mm(4.6ft) 22kg(49Lbs)

Borehole Conditions
Min Hole Max Hole
4.5in 20in
Borehole fluids: Air Fresh Salt Oil
Max Logging Spd:
Tool Position Centralized Decentralized

Measurement
DEV AZ Rb
Range 090 0360 0360

Measurement accuracy
DEV 0.2
AZ
Dev.5 2
2Dev.5 5
Dev.2 unstable
Rb(0360) 2










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Digital Hydraulic X-Y Caliper
(XYC)
XYC can provide two independent caliper curves in X and Y directions..

Main Applications:
Volumes of borehole and cement








Flexible Joint Sub (FJS)
FJ S-IB Flex J oint Sub is used between the centered tool and sidewall contact tool for that both of
the tools can get good logging trajectories in the borehole.
Specifications of the sub

Dimentions and Rattings
Maximum working temperature 150
Maximum working pressure 100MPa
Tool OD Length Weight
92mm(3 5/8in) 1870mm(6.1ft) 60kg(132Lbs)

Borehole Conditions
Min Hole Max Hole
4.5in
Borehole fluids: Air Fresh Salt Oil
Max Logging Spd: 6.7m/min
Tool Position Centralized Decentralized
Dimentions and Rattings
Maximum working temperature 150
Maximum working pressure 100MPa
Tool OD Length Weight
117mm(4 5/8in) 2655mm(8.7ft) 91kg(201Lbs)

Borehole Conditions
Min Hole Max Hole
6in 21in
Borehole fluids: Air Fresh Salt Oil
Max Logging Spd: 20m/min
Tool Position Centralized Decentralized

Measurement
Range 621in




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Digital Long Spacing Acoustic
(DLSA)
The development of DLSA was a serious attempt at making use of the information contained in
the sonic waveform beyond the first arrival. With the digital signal processing software that can
provide adequate spacing in time of the slowness of the compression component, shear and
Stoneley components of the sonic waveforms and their corresponding energy level. The digital
DLSA have be developed can be combined with other LEAP-Series tools through DLC.
The long spacing sonic logging records the interval transit time of the first compressive arrival of a
sound wave traveling in formations. The measurement is compensated for cave and sound tilt by
the depth derived method (DDBHC) rather than the standard BHC method. Depth-derived
compensation allows for the use of longer transmitter- receiver spacing than the standard BHC
and all long spacing sonic tools used DDBHC technique. Long spacing sonic is useful for
obtaining more accurate interval transit time in zones.
Main Applications of the Logs:
1. Porosity analysis
2. Permeability indication
3. Fracture detection
4. Fracture height prediction
5. Sand strength analysis

Dimentions and Rattings
Maximum working temperature 150 or 175
Maximum working pressure 100 or 140MPa
Tool OD Length Weight
92mm(3 5/8in) 9169mm(30ft) 92kg(203Lbs)

Borehole Conditions
Min Hole Max Hole
4.25in 17.5in
Borehole fluids: Air Fresh Salt Oil
Max Logging Spd: 20m/min
Tool Position Centralized Decentralized

Measurement accuracy
Principle: High Resolutuion Acoustic
Range 131855s/m
Vertical Resolution 600mm(23.6in)
Depth of investigation 100mm(3.9in)




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Digital High Resolution Dip Log
DHRD
The dip of a formation is represented by two components. The stratigraphical dip is the angle at
which the sediment was originally deposited, and the structural dip is the result of subsequent
tilting or deformation. DHRD provides measurements for computing the both dips to indicate
potential oil and gas reservoirs. The tool has two side-by-side configured electrodes on each pad
that provides good likeness curves enabling the computation and analysis of stratigraphical dips.
Highly accurate deviation and azimuth are obtained from a tri-axial accelerometer and three
magnetometers. It also provides two caliper measurements 90 degrees apart. The tool can be
combined with GR tool through DLC.






































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Main Applications of the Logs:
1. Determination of both stratigraphical dips
2. Determination of both structural dips
3. Stratigraphical analysis
4. Fracture identification
5. Borehole geometry

Dimentions and Rattings
Maximum working temperature 150 or 175
Maximum working pressure 100 or 140MPa
Tool OD Length
114mm(4 1/2in) 6796mm(22.3ft)

Borehole Conditions
Min Hole Max Hole
6in 20in
Borehole fluids: Air Fresh Salt Oil
Max Logging Spd:
Tool Position Centralized Decentralized

Measurement
DEV AZ Rb Resistivity Caliper
Range 090 0360 0360 0.2 ~ 2000m 620in
Depth of investigation 300 mm(11.8in)
Vertical resolution 102mm(4in)

Measurement repeatbility
DEV 0.2
AZ 2










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Pipe Conveyance Log
(PCL)
High-angle, extended reach, and
horizontal drilling technologies
have created new requirements
for the conveyance of wireline
logging instruments. Even in
straight-hole drilling, difficult hole
conditions such as washouts,
bridges, key seats, dog legs, etc.,
present obstacles to standard
wireline methods.CNLC offers
pipe-conveyed logging
equipments to acquire fast,
reliable wireline data in both
open and cased holes.

Pipe-Conveyed Logging (PCL)
PCL is suitable for well conditions such as washouts, bridges, and high angles. The instruments
are attached to the drill pipe for tripping in and out of the well while the downhole wireline
connection is made by means of a sideentry sub. Repetitive PCL wet connections can be made
for multiple-zone servicing.
Advantages
Tool protection options
Fast rig up/down
Logs in/out of well
All logging combinations available
Mud circulation through the drill pipe
Multiple wet connections without tripping tools
Specifications
1) 7-Conductor Pump Down Head
Max Temp: 400F Max Press: 20,000 psi
Sizes Available (OD)* Minimum Drillpipe ID
2-in. Head 2 in.
2--in. Head** 2 in.
Other sizes available with single conductor latch
2) Connector Sub Assembly
Max Temp: 400F Max Press: 20,000 psi
Assembly Max OD Drillpipe Connection*
3 in. 2 7/8 in.




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4 in. 3 in.
6 in. 4 in.
All threads meet API specifications.
3) Side-Entry Sub
Max Temp: 400F Max Press: 20,000 psi
Max OD Drillpipe Connection*
3 in. 2 3/8 in. 8Rd
5 in. 3 in. IF
6 5/8 in. 4 in. Xhole
7 in. 4 in. Xhole
All threads meet API specifications.