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Help to characterize the reservoir by evaluating rock and fluid properties such as porosity, fluid saturations, permeability, lithology, and rock mechanical properties. Deliver high quality and quick petrophysical result which is helping the industry to become more efficient. Solve low resistivity, fresh water and all of reservoir-petrophysical related problems. Provide in-house support for petrophysical analysis. Prepare and conduct client petrophysical training courses.


Build an effective and integrated reservoir model by combining work of geologist, geophysicists and reservoir engineers Simultaneously. Provides accurate structural and stratigraphic models, modeling grids Ideal for stratigraphic velocity models, initial inversion models, reservoir property models, extensive suite of geostatistical algorithms. Our model will accurately represent the subsurface and its petrophysical content. Provide in-house support for reservoir modeling. Prepare and conduct client reservoir modeling training courses.


Explore the link between reservoir properties and seismic data. Build rock physics models and calibrate them to well data. Using rock physics to create a model for each subsurface lithofacies, describing its petrophysical and elastic behaviour through a set of empirical, heuristic and theoretical. Assess the effect of different fluid fill, such as brine, oil, and gas on the seismic expression. Provide in-house support for rock physics analysis. Prepare and conduct client rock physics training courses.



A technique for understanding physical and chemical processes that cause oil and gas generation in sedimentary basins. Basin modeling allows geoscientists to examine the dynamics of sedimentary basins and their associated fluids to determine if past conditions were suitable for hydrocarbons to fill potential reservoirs and be preserved there.


A technique used to progressively undeform a geological section in an attempt to validate the interpretation used to build the section. A section that can be successfully undeformed to a geologically reasonable geometry, without change in area, is known as a balanced section.


The essential geochemical analysis for petroleum exploration including source rock evaluation, oil and/or gas characterization, source to source and source to oil/gas correlation.


Modern quantitative methods of risking fault seal properties have established an empirical relationship between the observed sealing behavior of faults and the inferred sand–shale content of the fault zone


An essential tool in exploration, provides the quantitative link between the elastic rock properties that affect seismic response and the geological properties that are trying to predict.


Integration of the reservoir static model, pressure- and saturation-dependent properties, well-locations and geometries, as well asthe facilities layout to calculate the pressure / saturation distribution into the reservoir, and the production profiles vs. time.The result can be used to simulate several times the entire life of a reservoir, considering different exploitation schemes and operating conditions to optimize its depletion plan. 


The principles stratigraphy methods in chronostratigraphy framework that can be useful for hydrocarbon exploration.


The comprehensive appraisal to evaluate resources that present in source rock, often very fine grained with low- to ultralow- permeability and cannot be produced at economic flow rates or that do not produce economic volumes of oil and gas without assistance from massive stimulation treatments or special recovery processes and technologies