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Title: The Use Of High Frequency Electromagnetic Radiation To Probe For Economically Producible Hydrocarbons
Author(s): [Not Available]
Source: 1979 Measurement Science Conference
Year Published: 1979
Abstract: Electromagnetic measurement techniques have been used for many years to investigate the formation surrounding an oil well borehole. Presently d.c. and low frequency radiation are used to differentiate between water bearing and hydrocarbon bearing rocks. Recent results have shown that additional information can be gained by using high frequency radiation techniques. This paper will discuss a microwave technique presently in the field and a proposed radio frequency measurement. Particular attention will be paid to the hardware involved in making the measurements in the 25 - 175C, 138 MPa (20,000 psi) environment of the drill hole.

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