Sample Preparation – Wettability Restoration, Critical Point Drying, Mounting of Unconsolidated Sand, and
Fractured Carbonates
Electrical Properties
Formation Resistivity Factor, with Cementation Factor (m), under ambient and elevated reservoir overburden
pressure
Resistivity Index, with Saturation Exponent (n), under ambient and elevated reservoir overburden pressure
by reservoir dead oil
Cation Exchange Capacity (CEC), by Core Conductivity Method (Co/Cw)
Impact of Overburden (Stress) to 10,000 psi
Pore Volume Compressibility and Porosity
Specific and Effective Permeability
Capillary Pressure
Air-Brine and Oil-Brine by the Porous Plate technique, at ambient and elevated overburden pressure
Ultra speed Centrifuge Technique
MICP
Pore Size distribution
Mercury Injection up to 60,000 psi
Wettability
Methods available – Amott, USBM (centrifuge), Combined Amott/USBM
Relative Permeability
Unsteady and Steady State Displacement Options
Displacement of Mobile Phase by Gas, Water or Oil
Drainage and Imbibition Full Curves and End Points
Ambient and Reservoir Conditions, with Dead and Live Crude Oil
Trapped (residual) Gas Saturation Determination
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR)
Evaluation on Property of Pay Formation
Porosity and Permeability of Core and Cutting Sample
Pore Size Distribution
Qv Determination
T2 Cutoff Calculation and Seperation of Movable (FFI) and Bound Fluids (BFV) Parts and Effective
Porosity(MPHI) and Total Porosity(MSIG) Measurement
Wettability Characterization
Low Resistivity Reservoir Study