Schlumberger Opens New Reservoir Laboratory in AU
Schlumberger announced Tuesday the official opening of the Schlumberger Reservoir Laboratory in Brisbane, Australia. The state-of-the-art, 10,000-square foot facility is the latest addition to the global network of Schlumberger Reservoir Laboratories, offering services that provide core measurements and analysis for unconventional and conventional plays in the oil and gas industry.
“The new facility brings rock analysis expertise and integrated solutions that enable oil and gas operators to determine reserves in place and better design and optimize stimulation operations,” said Sameh Hanna, president of Schlumberger Testing Services. “The timely delivery of accurate reservoir characterization information is essential in reducing project risk, simplifying operations and improving field productivity.”
The laboratory offers a comprehensive set of rock mechanical evaluation services including tight rock analysis, field core handling, model calibration, and interpretation. Core measurements together with data analysis and interpretation services deliver key information for geomechanical modeling and petrophysical evaluation.
The laboratory personnel work closely with Queensland University of Technology and Schlumberger technical experts to provide a wide range of solutions that enhance understanding of reservoir characterization.
This facility is part of a global network of more than 25 Schlumberger Reservoir Laboratories around the world that focus on reservoir rock and fluid analyses.
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