Future Geoscience will undertake a multi-disciplinary stratigraphic study on 9 wells around Carson Bank and the South Bank High SE of Newfoundland.
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AN EXCITING NEW JOINT VENTURE
Increased drilling activity around the Mandal High, has stimulated a drive to better understand the stratigraphy and geology of the area.
Future Geoscience propose a unique stratigraphic solution which can establish correlations between continental and marine facies.
Tim Pearce: I want to express my thanks to the Chemostrat Wellsite for a successful offshore chemostratigraphy deployment in UK waters. The deployment was technically challenging but the team (Paul O’Neill, Brenton Fairey, and David Riley) and the equipment all performed well and the job was supported by Ehsan Daneshvar from our JV (Future Geoscience Ltd). Any operators wanting an experience Wellsite Chemostrat team or an integrated Chemostratigraphy / Biostratigraphy Wellsite should contact Chemostrat or Future Geoscience Ltd.
Inorganic geochemistry analysis brings new advantages in understanding reservoir quality in complex environments Future Geoscience presented a fully innovative methodology using inorganic geochemistry to assist provisional reservoir quality analysis in complex reservoirs.
Another successful integration project utilising effective enhanced solutions to regional studies. A fully integrated stratigraphy workflow using chemostratigraphy (geochemistry and elemental analysis), biostratigraphy, and LogsStrat were undertaken to map out a stratigraphy framework, correlation and study reservoir continuity, and connectivity in a structurally complex (fault zones) section within the Triassic sequence. In addition to stratigraphy, reservoir quality analysis and petrography helped to understand the reservoir characterisation.