Oil and gas exploration risk can be significantly reduced by integrating information derived from oil geochemistry, geology and geophysics. OilTracers can help you apply this approach to new areas
By optimizing well placement and reducing production tests, oil geochemistry (oil fingerprinting) data can substantially reduce development costs while maximizing hydrocarbon recovery.
The individual components of an oil or gas can serve as "natural tracers" that track the specific reservoir interval and the movement of fluids within a field - this is the basis for numerous oil geochemistry tools that can address a variety of production problems.
Geochemistry applications are very valuable in the environmental aspects of field abandonment and post-exploration, post-production settings.