April 2021, Virtual Petrophysics and Badley Ashton entered into a partnership that will enable joint services in the field of applied geoscience to the energy sector, which includes CCUS, renewables such as geothermal energy, and oil and gas reservoir characterisation, both in conventional and unconventional resource exploration and development.
Badley Ashton was established in 1982 as a high quality geoscience consultancy, providing specialist reservoir description and prediction advice to the oil and gas industry worldwide. Thirty-five years on, our emphasis on quality remains the same today, with a progressive ethos driven by continuous scientific excellence.
Our high-calibre staff meet clients’ needs worldwide from offices in the UK, USA, the Sultanate of Oman and the UAE. With nearly 40 years in the industry, from its headquarters in the UK, Badley Ashton has substantial experience in the UK and Norwegian sectors of the North Sea, the Caspian area, North and West Africa, the Middle East, Alaska, the Gulf of Mexico, Australia’s North Western Shelf and many other regions around the world.
In May 2021, Virtual Petrophysics and Green Imaging Technologies/H2 Laboratories entered a partnership to offer an enhanced NMR petrophysical service to our customers. These services include the use of NMR core plug measurements to calibrate and reprocess client NMR logs and offer basic and advanced interpretations services.
GIT/H2 has a fully equipped NMR core analysis lab with routine and specialized testing capabilities. Our suite of measurements includes downhole well log calibration, 2D mapping for fluid typing, and capillary pressure, among others. Our instrument capabilities range from 2Mz to 23MHz, handling samples from cuttings to 4” in diameter. The GIT/H2 team are experts in NMR rock core analysis and are continually training on the latest techniques. We have a strong focus on research with the goal of getting the most data possible from our client’s rock cores.