Core Lab is an industry leader in reservoir characterization, boasting decades of experience, with expertise that extends across a wide range of reservoir types. Whether it’s conventional oil and gas reservoirs, unconventional resources, or even carbon or hydrogen storage reservoirs, Core Lab’s proficiency in reservoir characterization allows our application of experience to any reservoir characterization project.
Our services are specifically tailored to support Carbon Storage initiatives. Carbon Storage, also known as carbon capture utilization and storage (CCUS), is an essential component of global efforts to combat climate change. Core Lab’s capabilities in this area provide crucial insights into the behavior of CO2 in subsurface formations, ensuring the safe and efficient storage of carbon dioxide.
Core Lab also offers a wide range of services relevant to the exploration and exploitation of critical and rare earth minerals, which play a vital role in the supply chain for the energy transition. As the world shifts towards renewable energy technologies and sustainable practices, the demand for these minerals has increased exponentially. Core Lab’s geological and geochemical services enable efficient exploration, evaluation, and extraction of these minerals, ensuring a reliable supply chain to support the energy transition.
Energy Transition Services
Core Lab along with University of Houston are offering membership in an industry-led consortium to address and understand the challenges associated with geological storage of CO2
Core Lab’s reservoir characterization and flow studies provide crucial insights into the behavior of CO2 in subsurface formations, ensuring the safe and efficient storage of carbon dioxide.
Core Lab specialized techniques in rock and fluid chemistry and elemental analysis will help support where lithium is sourced and produced on a large scale