Reservoir Fluid Analysis

Collect and analyze produced fluids

Reservoir fluid analysis is critical for understanding the changing character of produced hydrocarbons over time, and for optimizing production throughout the life of a field. We have extensive experience collecting and analyzing representative samples of conventional oils, volatile oil, gas condensate, and dry gas. We collect high-quality fluid samples and conduct geochemical analyses, pressure-volume-temperature (PVT) analysis, and a range of other services that inform your production strategies.

 

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Gas Condensate PVT

Predict how changing reservoir conditions affect produced fluids

Produced fluid composition varies in response to changing reservoir conditions. Our analysts use established pressure-volume-temperature test procedures to determine how changing conditions will affect gas, oil, and condensate production.

 

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Gas Condensate PVT

Black Oil PVT

Evaluate fluid composition, density, viscosity, and compressibility

We perform comprehensive analyses on all reservoir fluid types. Our black oil analysis techniques include: detailed compositional analysis of reservoir fluid, constant composition expansion, differential liberation, and more.

 

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Black Oil PVT

Flow Assurance

Analyze fluid streams and their particulates

Deposition of solid particulates such as asphaltenes, wax, and scale can hinder production. We provide solids deposition screening tests, and have mitigation strategies to keep production flowing.

 

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Flow Assurance

Equation of State Modeling

Model fluid properties under changing conditions

We use fluid properties obtained in the lab to develop EOS models for evaluating how reservoir fluids will respond to changes in pressure, temperature, and composition.

 

Develop equations of state for your reservoir fluids here

Equation of State Modeling