Schlumberger

Resource Assessment & Sector Development Planning

Using existing data to understand shale potential

Rapidly assess new areas or acreage blocks using a comprehensive process that draws from both a proprietary unconventional resource database and basin experience using available data.

Understanding reservoir and completion quality

Integrate engineering, geological, geophysical, and petrophysical information to understand a formation’s potential ability to be fractured and produce.

Planning effective pilot programs

A pilot study is conducted to determine program viability. A customized pilot study can provide valuable information about the heterogeneity, reservoir quality, completion quality, and producibility of the reservoir rock.

Petrel Shale

Use rapid initial exploration screening workflows in the Petrel platform to determine the acreage to pursue.

Techlog Shale

Evaluate shale reservoirs with more knowledge and less uncertainty.

Litho Scanner High-Definition Spectroscopy

Sourcelessly measure key elements and quantitatively determine total organic carbon (TOC) in a wide variety of formations.

Sonic Scanner Acoustic Scanning Platform

Understand the reservoir stress regime and anisotropy through 3D acoustic measurements made axially, azimuthally, and radially.

Quanta Geo Photorealistic Reservoir Geology Service

Acquire high-resolution, full-coverage images in oil-base mud environments while downlogging with a completely new electronic and mechanical design applying simplified measurement physics.

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Rapid Unconventional Resource Assessment

Unconventional rapid resource assessment
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Downlogging High-Resolution Images and Dip in OBM

The 3D interpretation to the right of the images from a 15-ft sand interval shows the repeated, abrupt high-angle changes in dip that resulted from disruption of the sand by slumping.
Quanta Geo photorealistic reservoir geology service redefines imaging in oil-base mud environments with high resolution and full coverage to truly represent the formation geology.
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