Nuclear Magnetic Resonance

Provides sample specific cutoffs for bound versus producible fluids as well as porosity, permeability, fluid type, and saturation information.

Ask an expert today to learn more about how NMR can help you: 

  • Model permeability on non-cored wells
  • Define bound versus mobile fluid volumes in as-received samples
  • Gain insights into the kinetics and mechanisms of potential hydrocarbon generation 
  • Determine sample specific T2 cutoffs for log calibration

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Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR)

Provides sample specific T2 cutoffs for wireline log calibration, clay bound water saturations, and fluid filled pore size distribution.  Can be used as a non-destructive screening tool to understand as-received fluid filled porosity, saturations and mobility in unconventional reservoirs. 

High Frequency NMR

Evaluate fluid properties in unconventional reservoirs, where conventional resistivity-based methods may not be effective. Acquiring NMR T1 and T2 measurements simultaneously can help quantify different NMR porosity regions and a wide range of fluid volumes, including heavy organics and bound waters, due to the 24MHz unit’s short inter-echo spacing. Additionally, including HF-HMR measurements can provide additional quantification and identification of fluid changes during EOR and other simulated production testing to gain insights without interrupting reservoir condition tests .

Log Calibration

Use Low-Frequency NMR provides a reservoir-specific T2 cutoff for log-calibration to refine the Free Fluid Index (FFI) and Bulk Volume Irreducible (BVI) ensuring T2 cutoff estimations of producible hydrocarbon saturations are not suppressed.