CBM Solutions - FieldDesorption

By: Cbm Solutions  09-12-2011
Keywords: Gas, self contained, Canisters

CBM Solutions' laboratories are self contained units that meet all WCB requirements in Alberta and British Columbia for working on site. Each mobile laboratory is equipped with core description and sampling facilities, canister desorption racks capable of holding 200, 13" canisters as well as our mini canisters, water baths for desorption at reservoir or fluid temperatures, and gas chromatography for on-site gas analyses. We also perform typical well site duties while on site. We utilize PowerLog for integrating core descriptions, cuttings descriptions and wireline logs or our propriety software for desorption analyses and gas-in-place calculations.

With our experience in drilling, coring and testing gas shale and coals, we can design an exploration and development program to specifically meet your requirements.

Keywords: Canisters, Gas, Gas Shale, self contained, self contained units, Wcb Requirements,

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