Automated X-ray fluorescence elemental analysis
Perform elemental analysis on cuttings for comparison with fluid inclusion stratigraphy, petrography and photography.
Analyzing trapped fluids in rock material to determine origin and geological history
FIT, a Schlumberger company, offers products and services to analyze trapped fluids in rock material with a focus on determining the origin and geological history of rocks and fluids.
Projects range from single-sample or single-well studies to regional multiwell evaluations. For conventional reservoirs, typical questions are related to active source rock, migration, paleo-accumulations, seal effectiveness, near misses and proximity to charge, and timing of charge. For unconventional reservoirs, fluid inclusions can help identify the most productive vertical and horizontal penetrations, providing useful information for staged fracturing as well as emerging resource plays and regional boundaries for prospectivity mapping.
Fluid inclusion technologies capabilities are integrated to provide rapid, automated analysis of the entire well wellbore from well cuttings or core samples of any age by integrating XRF for elemental profiling, high-resolution imaging in both visible and UV fluorescence, and analysis of the oil and gas species trapped in the rock material.
Determine the origin and geological history of rocks and fluids to better address petroleum system and reservoir characterization challenges—helping you manage exploration and appraisal risk.
Laboratory-grade analysis of trapped pore fluids and real-time chemical profiling of mud gas can be conducted at your wellsite.
The portable and fully automatic DQ1000 wellsite mass spectrometer gas analyzer provides real-time semiquantitative formation fluid analysis and evaluation. The DQ1000 analyzer can
The versatility of the DQ1000 analyzer enables enhanced geochemical fingerprinting for fluid type and compartmentalization studies and helps ensure the health of the BHA and reduce drilling costs.