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Combining our research strength, as well as multidisciplinary experience in industry and academia, we collaborate with clients to provide complete solutions. Whether using novel, innovative or routine solutions, we deliver a highly interactive, collaborative and quality services in a broad range of topics.

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Petroleum and Geosciences

  1. Log analysis and formation evaluation
  2. Advanced Pickett-Plots
  3. Core/log correlations
  4. Borehole measurement problems
  5. “Manufacturing” rock property measurements from measurements of another

Interpretation & Reservoir Characterization

  1. Quantitative rock-typing
  2. Reservoir characterization
  3. Reservoir static modelling
  4. Re-evaluation of abandoned prospects
  5. Evaluation of mature basins
  6. Exploration in frontier areas
  1. Petrophysics-based Rock Physics – The aim of this innovation is to give geologic significance and character to the elastic properties derived from reflection seismic inversion. This is important because current “best practice” is overly theoretical and model based, and jeopardizes systematic technology transfer and effective pedagogy. Without the stated innovation, practitioners will continue to guess and assume geology, instead of interpret the geology embedded in seismic data.
  2. The Pickett-Plot using S-wave velocity – The aim of this innovation is to refine determination of porosity and fluid saturation using a comparative/crossplotting technique. The innovation is justified because S-wave and P-wave have similar relations with porosity, and the technique has worked so well using P-wave velocity. But more importantly, S-waves have been found to “see” porosity better than P-waves, and are more sensitive to fluid changes in competent reservoirs.
  3. Database of laboratory rock property measurements – The aim of this innovation is to put together in one place laboratory rock property measurements on core plugs from different reservoirs and locations that we have discovered in the public domain. Some of the measurements include Vp, Vs, bulk density, and porosity, some of which were made at different levels of effective stress and pore saturants. The database will serve as resource for continuing and future research.
  4. Statement of Technology/Research Interests – The statement documents our innovative concepts, research outcomes, and capabilities that are relevant toward solving the challenges we face in both conventional and unconventional resource plays.
  1. Building governmental research structure
  2. Research procurement, administration, and management of funded research projects
  3. Fundamentals and Strategies of collaborative research

Funding research in Africa: Challenges and Opportunities – This forward-looking topic is very important because it considers collaborative research from both regional and continental perspectives. It touches on proper research structure, appropriate and sufficient resources, and research funding strategies.

  1. Building institutional research structure
  2. Fundamentals and Strategies of collaborative research
  3. Sources of research funding, and attracting funding
  4. Developing quality research proposals that can be funded
  5. Preparing research proposal budgets and tying research methodology to budgets
  6. Reviewing and evaluating research proposals and providing feedback
  7. Preparing time-sheets for budget monitoring and research management
  8. Preparing technical and financial reports for research projects
  9. Developing automated accounting systems for tracking and reporting research financial transactions
  10. Outreach – promoting and supporting researchers at primary, secondary and undergraduate levels – “Catch Them Young!”