|November 23, 2017
Thanks a lot those who attended our coffe talk
Rock Physics and Inversion Case Study of Lower Mannville Lithic Channel - an Interpreter Perspective by Azer Mustaqeem and Darren Kondrat
October 23, 2017
EXPANDING OUR SERVICES IN INDIA
On April 29, 2017 Petro-Explorers Inc. and OGES Solutions Private Ltd., a company from India, signed MOU to market our joint services. OGES Solutions Private Ltd, with its head office in Haryana, India, is engaged in various businesses including oil and gas technical consulting both in India and internationally with the branches in India and Singapore. OGES is looking to expand into exploration in India and abroad with the help of international technical consulting service provider, such as Petro-Explorers Inc. We are very excited to announce that on October 14, 2017, we were awarded our first joint project "Field Development Plan of South Patan Block" in Cambay Basin, India.
September 21, 2017
Petro-Explorers hosted a coffee talk "Montney, Muskwa and Duvernay: Unconventional Facies Detection with HITCube - Synthetic-Seismic Trace Matching Stochastic Inversion"
Montney Acoustic Impedance Pseudowell Model
Thanks everyone who participated!
August 29, 2017 Petro-Explorers' Operations Geology division hosted workshop on well-site geology. Thanks to Tariq Baig and Ashraf Pasha for the help in organizing and for sharing with us their real-life experience of well-site geologists.
June 27, 2017
Petro-Explorers is pleased to announce that after two years of working together Mr. John Logel has joined our team as Technical Advisor.
May 15-19, 2017
Petro-Explorers Inc. at GeoConvention 2017 Calgary
Booth # 518 together with GridWorld (DepthInsight)
Raza Siddiqui with Rob Chelak (GridWorld) presented poster
April 11, 2017
Coffee talk "GeoSteering:An Introduction"
On April 11, 2017 Petro-Explorer will host coffee talk "GeoSteering: an introduction". The presenter is Jeff Webber and it will be held in PEI office at 2:30 pm.
Geosteering is one of the latest buzz words in industry. When drilling almost any well, it is important to position it optimally within the reservoir. To do so in real time, upcoming targets need may to be modified, often with little time to gather and interpret using a 'complete' data set. Information sets can often lead to conflicting conclusions. For example, Logging While Drilling tool responses may indicate the well is positioned properly, while down hole surveys suggest the position is not at all what was intended. Understanding the ellipse of uncertainty associated with the surveys might explain the problem, but unless all involved are aware of the issue, getting agreement to modify the well path in a timely manner could be challenging. An understanding of tool parameters and limitations, and established communication pathways regarding decision making must in place, so that target modifications are accepted rather than questioned.
About the Presenter:
Jeff Webber, has worked in western Canada for 15 years as an Operations Geologist, including the last 5 years as consultant. Jeff has proven expertise managing drilling evaluation projects ranging from one to hundreds of locations. He started Geosteering wells in 2009, and has steered over 110 horizontal sections to date.
March 9, 2017
Coffee talk "Montney Case Study: Fault and Fracture Characterization"
On March 9, 2017 Petro-Explorers will host coffee talk "Montney Case Study: Fault and Fracture Characterization."
The presenter will be Azer Mustaqeem and it will be held in the main Petro-Explorers office at 2:30 PM. For those who are interested in registering for the workshop, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
The Montney Formation is a stratigraphic unit of lower Triassic age in Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin. It is a major shale gas and shale oil resource. Gas is produced in both British Columbia and Alberta. Major operators include Progress Energy Canada Ltd, Royal Dutch Shell, Encana Corporation, Murphy Oil Corporation, ARC resources Ltd. and Advantage Oil and Gas Ltd. and oil is produced from the formation in Northern Alberta. We used the Montney Case study (3D seismic data) to show the application of various attributes (spectral decomposition, maximum curvature, dip, and contour curvature) and Thinned Fault Likelihood (TFL) plug-in of OpendTect to detect faults and fracture in this formation. Below figure shows one example of applying spectral decomposition and Thinned Fault Likelihood to the data.
February 2-4, 2017
Raza Siddiqui participated in squash tournament run by CSPG in Calgary, February 2-4 2017.
November 7th, 2016
PETRO-EXPLORERS INC. WILL HOLD A LEARNING SESSION ON OPENDTECT AT RESOURCEYYC
On November 15th, Petro-Explorers will hold a introductory learning session on OpendTect, hosted by Azer Mustaqeem at ResourceYYC. The session will cover numerous introductory basics to OpendTect, and it's plugins.
The session will run from 12:00PM to 1:00PM, and will be held at 239 10th Avenue SE, Suite 110, Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
If anyone is interested in attending the session, please note that members of ResourceYYC get in free while others have to pay a cost of $40. The discount code for full members is FULLMEMBER.
September 22nd, 2016
PETRO-EXPLORERS INC. OPERATIONS GEOLOGY IS HOLDING A TECHNICAL WORKSHOP
On October 4th, Petro-Explorers Operation Geology division will be holding a technical workshop on "Operation Geology Services."
The presenter will be Mohammed Irfan and it will be held in the main Petro-Explorers office at 2:00 PM. For those who are interested in registering for the workshop, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Operation Geology Division provides complete wellsite operation services that includes Wellsite Geology, Core Supervision, Sample Lab Analysis, on site XRF, Petrography, and Geo-Steering services.
August 15th, 2016
PETRO-EXPLORERS INC. IS PROUD TO ANNOUNCE NEW ALLIANCES WITH RESOURCE YYC AND GRIDWORLD
Petro-Explorers and ResourceYYC are pleased to announce their partnership for the recovery of Calgary G&G resource base. Petro-Explorers Inc. being Canadian representative of OpendTect and DepthInsight softwares, will offer access to above softwares to ReSourceYYC members through ResourceNET and provide full on-site training and support.
OpendTect (created and owned by dGB Earth Sciences) offers comprehensive leading-edge package for interpretation and visualization solution for geological and geophysical projects of any size. OpendTect enables users to extract most geological information out of seismic data.
DepthInsight (from GridWorld) is geological modelling and simulation software which enables to efficiently, effectively and stably build complex flexible models. DepthInsight provides palinspastic restoration extension allowing the building of true structural models.
Petro-Explorers team being part of Alberta tightly-knit community of geoscientists understands the importance of providing access to softwares in such challenging times for professionals to assure their constant development and growth.
July 13, 2016
PETRO-EXPLORERS INC. AND GRIDWORLD SIGN AGENT AGREEMENT
On July 13, 2016, Petro-Explorers and GridWorld signed a 3-year non-exclusive agent agreement on CanadaMarket. In this period, Petro-Explorers will promote and sell GridWorld’s software product, DepthInsight®, in Canada market and provide relevant service.