Services

At DRB Geological Consulting, we offer a variety of services for prospect generation, petrophysics, geochemistry and much more. I welcome the opportunity to work with you to design a customized program that addresses your specific needs.

Petrophysics

  • Stress analysis from multi-arm caliper

  • Reservoir architecture and composition

  • Thermal maturity

  • TOC

  • Mineralogy

  • Fluid phase and saturations

  • Hydrocarbon-in-place (oil, condensate, gas)

  • Rock mechanics (Poisson’s Ratio, Young’s Modulus)

Critical Mineral and Rare Earth Element Analysis

  • Quantification of CM and REE abundance

  • Correlation with geological model to predict occurrence and abundance

  • Field sampling for prospect generation

Field Sampling and Mapping

  • Literature and mapping research to locate outcrops

  • Systematic and/or bulk sampling of outcrops

  • Self-sustained truck camp to reduce trip expenses

  • Able to work in U.S. and Canada, with experience in Europe

Prospect Evaluation and Generation

  • Behind pipe reserve evaluation

  • Shallow tight sands – oil/gas

  • Unconventionals

Geochemistry

  • Organic geochemistry

    • Interpretation of TOC/Programmed Pyrolysis data

    • Thermal maturity indicators (vitrinite reflectance, Raman, BTU, RockEval)

    • Gas composition, mud gas composition, gas isotopes

  • Inorganic geochemistry

    • Interpretation of elemental data (XRF, FTIR, LIBS, ICP)

    • Chemostratigraphy

    • Chemosteering

    • Bulk rock isotopes

Geologic Mapping

  • Isopach, net and gross

    • Both reservoir and non-reservoir units

  • Petrophysical Properties

    • Major mineral occurrence (quartz, carbonate, clay, TOC)

    • Hydrocarbon-in-place (Total, free, adsorbed, average)

  • Organic Geochemistry

    • TOC/Programmed pyrolysis (S1, S2, PI, OSI)

    • Thermal maturity (vitrinite reflectance, BTU, Raman, Rock Eval)

    • Gas isotopes

  • Inorganic Geochemistry

    • Elemental data

    • Bulk rock isotopes

  • Sequence Stratigraphic packages

Engineering Support

  • Rock mechanics

  • Stress orientations

  • Wellbore stability

Image Analysis

  • Quantification of SEM image

    • TOC

    • Transformation ratio

    • Porosity and pore size distribution

  • Analysis of thin section images

 

Presentations for Download

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Inorganic Elemental Data 101: Evaluating Redox Conditions in Mudstones

This webinar was given on April 14, 2020 as part of Chemostrat Inc's April webinar series. The webinar discusses the merits of incorporating elemental data into the analysis of unconventional reservoirs, and provides an overview of common methods for determining degree of basin water restriction and oxygen depletion.

 

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