Geochemistry For Field Development
Reduce costs and maximize hydrocarbon recovery
Where oil quality is an issue, costs are reduced when completion intervals are chosen that maximize the oil or gas quality while minimizing the number of production tests needed to select completion interval(s). By optimizing well placement and reducing production tests, oil geochemistry (fingerprinting) data can substantially reduce development costs while maximizing hydrocarbon recovery. Key applications are detailed below.
Recognized experts in every aspect of applied geochemistry
At OilTracers, our earth scientists specialize in providing the petroleum industry with consulting solutions to exploration, development and production problems through integration of petroleum geochemistry (oil fingerprinting), geology and engineering data. We are here and ready to help you solve problems that arise throughout the oil field life cycle.
Specialists in the integration of geochemistry, geology and engineering data
The producing life of a petroleum field can be divided into the following stages: an Exploration stage, a Development stage, a Production stage, and ultimately a Field- Abandonment stage. Petroleum geochemistry is used to solve very different problems at each of these stages in the life of a field. Our Capabilities pages below describe the services we provide at each of these stages in the life of a petroleum accumulation.
By optimizing well placement and reducing production tests, oil geochemistry (oil fingerprinting) data can substantially reduce development costs while maximizing hydrocarbon recovery.
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