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The financial risk associated with proving reserves remains a big challenge. Our petrophysical evaluation services reduce your economic risk by efficiently and accurately acquiring critical data throughout the reservoir life cycle.
Our innovation in downhole sensor technology and geoscience interpretation helps you to correctly quantify your hydrocarbon volumes even in the most challenging environments. This enables you to make financially sound decisions about the future of your asset: to abandon or commit resources for further drilling and evaluation.
For example, in laminated, low-resistivity pay zones, our unique multicomponent resistivity technology combined with other logging services enables you to detect the presence and quantity of hydrocarbons. You can increase estimated net pay by as much as 400%.
The Array Dielectric eXplorer™ formation evaluation service provides key petrophysical data to improve the quality of hydrocarbon reserve estimates.
Our Nautilus Ultra™ suite of logging services is specifically tailored for reliable formation evaluation in challenging ultra HP/HT environments.
Our advanced acoustic logging services cut rig-time costs in half because full-wave monopole, dipole, and cross-dipole data are acquired in a single pass.
We use the most sophisticated and comprehensive portfolio of resistivity products to define your reservoir characteristics.
Our Shale Gas Evaluation suite combines advanced formation evaluation technologies to deliver accurate, high-quality reservoir characterization information.
Our MR eXplorer™ (MReX™) nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) service acquires fast, high-quality openhole data in almost any environment.
The Baker Hughes RockView™ interpretation system combines geochemical data measured by the FLeX™ and Spectralog™ devices for accurate in-situ mineralogical characterization.