RADIAL DRILLING TECHNIQUE RECOVERS FULL SIZE CORES

A new coring technique allows operators to obtain conventional size cores from target zones after a well has been drilled to total depth. Conventional cores are normally taken as the bit drills ahead, before the well is logged. Sidewall cores are taken after a well has been drilled and logged, but core recovery may be low.

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