core analysis

core analysis

[′kȯr ə′nal·ə·səs]
(geology)
The use of core samples taken from the borehole during drilling to give information on strata age, composition, and porosity, and the presence of hydrocarbons or water along the length of the borehole.
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In addition to its core analysis platform, the Coplink system offers an integrated array of software solutions for investigations, operations, and compliance.
Corex delivers core analysis, formation damage, PVT, geological services, and EOR studies and operates out of major facilities in Europe and the Middle East.
The core analysis depicts an extreme scenario that no responsible farmer or business would ever employ because it would ruin both the land and the long-term supply of feedstock.
Located in Musaffah, the laboratory will provide reservoir characterisation services including core analysis to support critical testing for oil and gas clients.
As a part of the project, it is planned to set up a research laboratory at Karad, which will serve as the operational center for carrying out the research activities related to seismic, deep drilling, borehole investigations, core analysis and research in associated fields.
Beach is undertaking a combination of shale and tight gas core analysis, an approach consistent with the thorough and methodical evaluation of the program to date.
Also on view was the Oxford Instruments GeoSpec2 NMR core analysis system.
Dezigns Construction is available for custom designed specifications for roofing projects at industrial facilities, and work with their clients to provide: infrared scanning, core analysis, cost comparisons of different roofing systems and maintenance service agreements.
The CLA is an input to the final Core analysis, which provides the definitive decision on the systems, sub-systems, assemblies, sub-assemblies, and parts that must have organic repair capability established.
This is achieved through the integration of the NMR hardware with core analysis software provided by Green Imaging Technologies.
Peter Fitzgerald, Director of the Center for Cardiovascular Technology and Director of the Cardiovascular Core Analysis Laboratory (CCAL) at Stanford University Medical School.
Other more specific methods may be applied in particular cases, but as a complement to, not a replacement for delivery of core analysis.