-Isobrine Solutions - Formation Water Characterization - Isotopic Fingerprinting - Gas Fingerprinting - Co-productio

By: Isobrine  09-12-2011
Keywords: Sampling Techniques

1 Sample collection

2 Sample analysis (Major, minor, trace elements, stable and radiogenic isotopes)

3 Interpretation

Identifying the nature of DST fluids (i.e., formation-water vs. drilling fluid)?Identifying the zone of origin of produced water (i.e., in-zone vs. out-of zone)?Apportioning co-produced formation-waters (i.e., determining the percentage of mixing of fluids from different zones/origin?)


We use proprietary sampling techniques designed to enable accurate sample collection and preservation of formation fluid samples. These fluid samples are analyzed using state-of-the-art analytical facilities. All data are run through a rigorous quality-control program and our 10+ years of experience enable us to obtain representative, accurate, and repeatable samples providing highly accurate analytical results from a wide range of water sources, from shallow groundwaters and lakes, through to saline brines.

Keywords: Sampling Techniques

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