A drilling log enables users to track the events of drilling to properly interpret formation properties such as resistivity, porosity, saturation, and more and make decisions about future drilling direction.
This drilling log allows you to document the drilling depth, subsurface formation properties, and the various events encountered during a drill as well as any corresponding notes. You can collect qualitative data, including visual geological characteristics, and quantitative logging measurements such as resistivity, porosity, and gamma ray (GR) readings obtained from density, neutron, and sonic tools.
A mobile drilling log app is a more efficient way to track and record the events that take place during drilling. Rather than using pen and paper (which can be easily damaged or lost), engineers can simply use the smartphone or tablet they are already carrying, and all records are securely stored in the cloud, where they are accessible instantly from anywhere.