Oil exploration is a process that involves the identification and assessment of oil and gas resources. Various methods are employed to understand the geological conditions beneath the surface, including those related to oil generation, storage, migration, accumulation, and preservation. These techniques enable a comprehensive evaluation of oil and gas prospects by identifying favorable areas for accumulation as well as traps for storage.
The theory of coal field geology guides the exploration of coal resources through various methods to discover and evaluate their development prospects, providing a geological basis for mine design. This process involves three main stages: general survey, detailed survey, and exploration. The scope of exploration typically commences at the coalfield and culminates with the investigation of the minefield. Over a decade, OST Photonics has persistently strived for excellence through independent research and development, resulting in the creation of a high-temperature integrated detector that is exemplified by its application while drilling. This scintillation detector serves as one of nuclear logging's core components and is installed close to the drill bit, boasting an impressive working temperature range (up to 175℃ or higher) and stringent vibration resistance.
OST Photonics can provide high-temperature scintillators and detector products for oil/coal exploration, covering natural gamma counter logging, density logging, natural gamma spectrum logging, and formation element logging. It has excellent high-temperature resistance, vibration resistance, and impact resistance performance. It can work stably for a long time under high temperatures.