Our company (XYZ) is focused on providing the full range and state-of-the-art reservoir study and reservoir management consulting. Our objective is to deliver timely and cost effective results to our clients.Our goal is to maximize the hydrocarbon recovery for new (green) field as well as exciting (Brown) field.


Our expertise are listed in the following categories:

1-    Seismic inversion and provide a better reservoir characterization and modeling which includes data processing and depth imaging phase.

2-    Petrophysics interpretations such as formation evaluation to characterize the rock and fluid properties, SCAL, log and core analysis

3-    Geophysics and geomodeling with using commercial applications such as Petrel. The sedimentary basins for targeted reservoir are analyzed and interpreted by industry standard and current techniques to develop geological models. The result would be a 3D reservoir model with physical properties in required scale. As a result, a range of uncertainties in petrophysical properties would be provided for further study to estimate a range of initial oil and gas in place and finally reservoir behavior.

4-    Reservoir engineering is one of our main focuses. The dynamic modeling will provide an understanding of fluid flow and phase behavior in history and prediction mode. In this section all dynamic components play a major role such as downhole sampling and analysis for fluid behavior, relative permeability.

  1. As part of reservoir study, there will be a full design of experiment component to evaluate the uncertainty analysis in statistic and dynamic modeling.
  2. History matching process would be an essential component for excising field
  3. Well placement and study the field development scenario would be the following step to history match

5-    Well testing will prove reservoir potential and predict well performance

6-    Conduct economic evaluation of assets that include providing reserve estimates, cost estimates and production forecasts. These also build and maintain the reserve database, and assess development simulations and profitability scenarios on the field.

7-    The reservoir management discipline will be responsible for equipment design, asset management and evaluation of production monitoring in addition to contribution to field development plans by assessing where to drill and provide forecasts of expected temperatures and flow.



Our team members have many years of experience in conventional and unconventional reservoir, including onshore, offshore and deep water. They have mainly worked with major oil companies and large independents.

Activities,  based and analytically technology, which interprets and quantifies the effects of subsurface processes and geological features on the Earth’s surface.  It assesses   and delineates hydrocarbon structures/anomalies and is not limited by terrain, vegetation, or area‐size constraints.  The technology consists of several unique and remotely administered methods that,  when superimposed, yield a more accurate and powerful result than when rendered separately.  As  far as the author knows, our capabilities are unmatched in the commercial marketplace as measured  by the value of the work product: remote sensing analysis yielding a subsurface depiction with a  reliable  & prospective conclusion.  The technology has been applied in hundreds of cases over the past  several decades.


The technology evolved over the past 30 years from government research into an applied and  practical suite of analytically methods, which quantify oil and gas, diamond, metal and other mineral  potential, and delineate mineral anomalies/structures, assess resource potential, identify drilling  locations/depth(s), and determine other geological characteristics.  Such analysis produces results  similar to traditional geological projections, however it significantly improves one’s understanding of  the geology and structure.

In summary, its technology is a powerful exploration solution that significantly improves exploration success  rate,  reduces  time  from  years  to  months,  and  saves  the  riskiest  expenditures  on  seismic  and  exploratory drilling.



The technology addresses such challenges as:


  • Detection of presence of hydrocarbons and minerals;


  • Large areas;


  • Lack of subsurface data;


  • Complex geology;


  • Lack, absence or poor quality of seismic data;


  • Oil‐to‐water contact.


In exploration, the uses of such technology are:


  • Work in under explored areas;


  • Remotely or noninvasively delineate hydrocarbon and mineral anomalies and structures;


  • Assess prospective and high grade territories;


  • Select prospective areas to maximize the effectiveness of seismic data acquisition;


  • Determine structure contours and oil‐to‐water contact;


  • Project the target depth and best drilling locations.