By: Bitcan  09-12-2011
Keywords: Laboratory Studies

BitCan offers integrated services covering field tests and monitoring, laboratory studies and numerical simulations. Major scope of services is as follows:

  • Innovations in in-situ development of unconventional reservoirs such as heavy oil and oil sands.

  • Analysis and design on overburden integrity, sealing capacity of the overburden for reservoir stimulation, hydrocarbon storage, subsurface waste disposal, CO2 sequestration, and etc.

  • Geomechanical characterization and coupled geomechanical reservoir simulation for naturally fractured reservoirs.

  • Reservoir compaction, changes in reservoir compressibility and ultimate reservoir access and utilization.

  • Coupled geomechanical reservoir simulation.

  • Design on infill well drilling, completion and stimulation.

  • Keywords: Laboratory Studies

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    Our petroleum geomechanics software suite consists of individual modules for near-wellbore geomechanics (borehole stability and sand management) and reservoir geomechanics involving caprock and casing integrity, reservoir compaction and dilation, coupled geomechanical reservoir processes and innovative reservoir processes.


    Reservoir Dilation

    Out of its innovation spirit, BitCan has for long been championing proactive utilization of geomechanics in the in-situ development of the oilsands reservoirs. Unique well completion and stimulation measures in the thermal recovery enable more proactive control on the rock deformation and failure processes. We are also investigating proactive field measures to break down shale stringers in the oilsands payzone during the SAGD operations.


    Caprock Integrity

    Whether you are required by ERCB to answer their concerns on the caprock integrity, or you have experienced real problems in your operations, BitCan is the optimal resource for you. Caprock integrity is equally important for other subsurface stimulation, injection or production activities such as subsurface CO2 sequestration.


    Compressive strength

    With integrated field, laboratory and simulation capabilities, BitCan is the one-stop source for your needs in studying the compressive strength. Operators are required by ERCB to provide data on the compressive strength of their caprock shales to address the integrity concerns. Our on-site shale preservation and transport system ensures high-quality cores used for the laboratory tests.