A big thank you to Expro News for highlighting our contribution to the TNO/EBN work on the Hauptdolomit.
Cambridge Carbonates are really excited to be collaborating with Aeon Geoscience Systems on their PDR.
Cambridge Carbonates are delighted to have recently collaborated on a Hauptdolomit study with TNO, looking at the Elbow Spit Area of offshore Netherlands.
Peter Gutteridge: I had an enjoyable evening last Saturday at the East Midlands Geological Society presenting my talk on the Moine Thrust Controversy.
Barents Shelf Palaeozoic carbonate well and core reports. We are very pleased that over the past 10 years, Cambridge Carbonates have built an impressive multiclient dataset of detailed analyses of Palaeozoic cores from 22 wells in the Norwegian Barents Shelf.
Why matrix porosity is important in fracture carbonate reservoirs. Fracture reservoirs with minimal effective matrix porosity tend to form in deep water carbonates such as the late Cretaceous Shiranish Formation in the Middle East and Cretaceous basinal carbonates in the Sureste Basin in Mexico...
Call for Abstracts for the GSLC Conference in May 2022. The "Development and Production Geology of Carbonate Reservoirs" conference was postponed due to COVID but is now taking place in London on 11-12 May 2022.
A quick guide to understanding the overall structure of your karst reservoir or prospect. This diagram summarises how the duration of exposure influences the architecture of karst reservoirs including the relative abundance and types of matrix and macroporosity, their layering vs. vertical connectivity and ...