Calderdale Geoscience Limited (CGL1) currently provides clients with the following services:
CGL provides both in-house and remote technical support for the entire Licence Round workflow; from the acreage identification and ranking stages, to the final application write-up and submission. CGL can help with geology, geophysics, and reservoir engineering work, with emphasis on; play analysis, seismic interpretation, mapping, prospect identification and description, volume calculations and writing the application document.
Workstation project builds:
A common problem when starting a new project is getting the data catalogued, sorted and loaded. To help with this, CGL offers a number of support services, including: SMT workstation project builds; seismic vectorising from image to SEGY and SEGY reformatting; and ad hoc data-loading support.
Map Georegistration, Map and Well log Vectorising, and Data Reformatting:
Another common problem is that data is often made available in an unsuitable format or in the wrong geographic projection. To help with this, CGL offers: well-log image registration and vectorising, with LAS or ASCII output; map image georegistration, reprojection with geotiff/any_other output, and, in the case of contours or line drawings, vectorising with ASCII file and grid output. CGL maintains a comprehensive and ever-growing library of georegistered images from many major basins worldwide.
Database build and management:
CGL recognises the value of data management, database design and data reformatting. CGL produces databases and data formatting tools in-house and for purchase.
Understanding and predicting the pore pressure and potential for overpressure in the subsurface is a key element when designing wells, whether exploring for hydrocarbons or geothermal energy, or when decommissioning.
Interpreting and predicting fundamental reservoir properties, acquired from the borehole, including; hydrocarbon saturation, porosity, lithology, net/gross, and net pay are key to undertanding the distribution and volumes of hydrocarbons in the subsurface.
1 CGL is privately owned by the directors and by Equipoise Solutions Ltd.
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