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Best Bin Bulk Density-Compensated (Real-time only) (BD2)

This is an abbreviation for a well log used in the oil and gas industry. The acronym BD2 can be found in any (ASCII) log files provided by the logging company. The code stands for 'Best Bin Bulk Density-Compensated (Real-time only)'. Usage of this log is not high and encountering it is a rare occasion.

Use this log to investigate the density of bulk material, including any void space or other materials contained in the subject volume. In well logging, it is the density of the rock, including fluid-filled pore space, as measured with a "Gamma-Gamma" type logging device.

This log usually has the unit 'Density'. This is the density (mass per unit volume) of a material. Usually at Standard conditions (STP). Also used to indicate the frequency of occurrence.

Data for this log is produced by a tool that uses a density logging technique and can be used to investigate the density of the formation. Similar logs are listed below:




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