Reservoir Engineering

Optimize production through reservoir pressure measurement and fluid sampling and analysis

Understanding your reservoir’s fluid content and behavior is critical—from the first exploratory well to implementing enhanced oil recovery. The answers lie in measuring reservoir pressure, conducting downhole fluid analysis (DFA), and collecting fluid samples for laboratory PVT analysis.

Understand and predict reservoir dynamics

From drilling onward, managing risk and targeting productive zones relies on accurate, representative data and multidisciplinary interpretation expertise to account for the many factors involved, such as compartmentalization. It takes direct measurements obtained through sampling and testing to realistically model the dynamic reservoir system for efficient, effective production.

Reservoir Engineering with Wireline Services

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Interpretation Services

Better determine reservoir continuity across your field by working with a team of petrotechnical experts who provide prejob planning, real-time support, and postjob evaluation.

Reservoir Laboratory Services

Apply integrated physical and digital rock and fluid analysis services to make informed decisions over the life of your reservoir.

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Submillidarcy Pressures and Sampling Add to Net Pay

Saturn 3D Radial Probe Deepwater Australia
Saturn 3D radial probe extracted fluid samples and measured pressures to increase the net pay for an Australian deepwater reservoir with low permeability. Read case study

Unique DHD Simulation Models Multiphase Pore Flow in 3D

CoreFlow downhole fluid analysis (DFA)
Read how CoreFlow services' novel DHD direct hydrodynamic pore flow simulation is used to model behavior at different scales—from nanoscale pore connectivity to relative permeability. Read technical paper