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RevoChem provides subsurface characterization and reservoir monitoring services by directly measuring and data mining the unique geochemical “fingerprints” in the oil using patented technology and lab procedures.

Top Permian Producer Clients

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Our Footprint

 

United States
  • Anadarko Basin
  • Eagle Ford
  • Gulf of Mexico
  • Niobrara
  • Permian
  • Williston
Canada
      Montney
Argentina
      Vaca Muerta

Case Study 1

APPLICATION
Subsurface Reservoir Characterization Using RevoChem Geochemical Fingerprint Technology
CHALLENGE
Operator needed an effective, cost-efficient and fast reservoir characterization method to determine horizontal landing zone
PROCESS
  • Well cuttings from pilot well were obtained
  • Geochemical fingerprint of hydrocarbon from cuttings were collected and data mined for reservoir characterization indices
RESULTS
  • Delivered group of reservoir characterization indices including sweet spot index (reservoir quality index & fluid viscosity index), oil-in-place index and in-situ water saturation index
  • Reservoir characterization indices served as a complement to petro physical data to fine tune landing zone determination

Case Study 2

APPLICATION
Interference assessment between Parent, Child Wells within Pad Development 
CHALLENGE
Operator needed to understand the fracture interference between existing production wells (parent wells) and newly fractured infill wells (child wells)
PROCESS
  • Produced oil was collected from the Parent well pre and post infill drilling to evaluate Parent, Child well interaction
  • Produced oil was also collected from the infill wells
  • Parent and Child wells were analyzed for well interaction and frac hits
RESULTS
  • Reviewed the impact of infill drilling to the parent well with the infill well reactivating frac adjacent to the parent whihc however only lasted a few months
  • Helped to identify rock volume that has not been effectively drained for future infill target
  • Geochemical fingerprint data clearly separated producers completed in Zone A vs. B

Case Study 3

APPLICATION
Time-lapse Production Allocation Monitoring 
CHALLENGE
Operator needed a dynamic monitoring of vertical drainage quantification in order to optimize well stacking and timing of re-fracing
PROCESS
  • Well core from pilot well was obtained
  • Core geochemical fingerprint was collected and analyzed to establish baseline
  • Separator produced oil samples were collected within the first few months of production, without operational interruption
  • Produced fluid geochemical fingerprint was compared to the pilot well baseline to estimate drainage height and its change through time
RESULTS
  • Geochemical fingerprint information provided dynamic monitoring of the drainage
  • The drainage height was very dynamic through time and well communication between Zone A and Zone B producers was quantified
  • Results were used to constrain frac model and reservoir model and revamp field development