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The objective of Core Analysis is to measure core and fluid parameters to assist in efficient recovery of hydrocarbons. The goal is to reduce the uncertainty in reservoir evaluation by providing reservoir data that is representative of the reservoir at in-situ conditions.

  • Permeability to liquid (ambient and at overburden)

  • Steady state relative permeability – including HPHT with ISSM

  • Unsteady state relative permeability – including HPHT 

  • Miscible flood cleaning

  • Wettability Determination 

  • Porous plate capillary pressure (oil/brine, air/brine) ambient

  • Porous plate capillary pressure (oi/brine, air/brine) reservoir temperature/pressure

  • MICP (high pressure mercury injection 0-60,000psi)

  • Overburden Centrifuge Capillary Pressure

  • Formation Resistivity Factor (FRF) at ambient and reservoir temperature/ pressure

  • Cementation exponent (m)

  • Resistivity Index (RI) at ambient and reservoir temperature/ pressure

  • Qv by Co/Cw method

  • Unconventional Tight reservoir and shale analysis

  • Rapid Saturation Determination for Unconventional Cores

  • Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR)

  • Digital Rock Analysis

  • Core DNA (Scratch Testing)

  • Steady state and Unsteady state supercritical permeability and porosity

  • Supercritical CO2 Huff and Puff Cleaning 

  • Enhanced Oil Recovery - Low Salinity, Polymer Flooding & Surfactant Testing

Special Core Analysis (SCA)

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