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Decision models - Geological modelling to guide decisions
07.12.2017

Decision models - Geological modelling to guide decisions

The demand from our clients has shifted from holistic full-field models (“resource models”) to models where a specific objective is addressed (“decision models”).
Providing training and reservoir consultancy through quarter of a century
29.09.2017

Providing training and reservoir consultancy through quarter of a century

Mark Cook is one of the three founders of TRACS International group of companies which became part of AGR in 2008. In addition to his current role as Principal Reservoir Engineer and a trainer at AGR’s TRACS Training division, Mark also teaches students in the Universities of Aberdeen, Heriot Watt and University College Dublin. We caught up with Mark to uncover his career story.
Perforation strategy for injecting CO2 into a saline aquifer
13.09.2017

Perforation strategy for injecting CO2 into a saline aquifer

AGR's Reservoir Management team combines nodal analysis with thermal fracturing models to develop perforation strategy for injecting liquid CO2 into a saline aquifer.
AGR develops MultiClient studies in Barents Sea prior to 24th Concession Round
12.07.2017

AGR develops MultiClient studies in Barents Sea prior to 24th Concession Round

AGR has developed several MultiClient studies in the Barents Sea that help the small and medium-sized E&P companies, but also majors, identify exploration prospects in a cost-efficient method.
Rewarding working environment with talented professionals
16.06.2017

Rewarding working environment with talented professionals

Exploration Manager, Erik Lorange, tells about his long career at our company.
Future directions in reservoir modelling
07.06.2017

Future directions in reservoir modelling

New tools and ‘fit-for-purpose’ workflows.
Bringing Innovation to Mature fields
29.05.2017

Bringing Innovation to Mature fields

The VARG field: the tail is bigger than the fish
EOR for development plan of several heavy oil feilds in South America
20.04.2017

EOR for development plan of several heavy oil feilds in South America

As the life of a hydrocarbon reservoir goes through its maturation phases, various recovery techniques are employed.
Gas production from Coal Bed Methane
08.03.2017

Gas production from Coal Bed Methane

AGR’s Reservoir Management team has been working on analyzing and evaluating the possibilities to develop a coal bed methane prospect in the North-East part of Kazakhstan.
Logs, Core and Reservoir Model Elements
31.01.2017

Logs, Core and Reservoir Model Elements

Consider the Scale!
How much detail should go into a reservoir model?
24.01.2017

How much detail should go into a reservoir model?

Reservoir models need not be unnecessarily complex, nor miss essential detail.
Geology and Exploration Potential along the Karpinsky Ridge
17.01.2017

Geology and Exploration Potential along the Karpinsky Ridge

Our Exploration team has been involved in evaluation of prospective resources of over 10.0 billion BOE in the Karpinsky Ridge Basin, Rostov Oblast which lies between the Black Sea and Caspian Sea.
A CO2 molecules journey
10.01.2017

A CO2 molecules journey

Instead of venting the CO2 to atmosphere, suppose we capture it, compress it and put it in a pipeline? AGR's Reservoir Engineer talks about the Endurance project in the North Sea.
The Chalk Reservoir of the Ockley Accumulation
13.12.2016

The Chalk Reservoir of the Ockley Accumulation

The abstract to the paper presented at the Geology of Geomechanics conference.
Stable and Unstable Displacement in the Field Development Plan
05.12.2016

Stable and Unstable Displacement in the Field Development Plan

Nature controls much of what we have to work with when developing an oil reservoir, in particular fluid properties, gravity and capillary forces.
The Role of Geomechanics in Simulation
17.06.2016

The Role of Geomechanics in Simulation

AGR's Lead Geologist discusses the role of geomechanics during the production and injection operations.
AGR’s expertise in CCS in demand
25.05.2016

AGR’s expertise in CCS in demand

AGR has acted as a technical adviser contributing to developing CCS technologies both on the UK and Norwegian continental shelves.
Unlocking the potential of the Hammerfest Basin
03.04.2016

Unlocking the potential of the Hammerfest Basin

Senior Geophysicist, Carolina Perez-Garcia, will present at the Hydrocarbon Habitats seminar.
How to Manage Risk and Uncertainty in Mature Fields?
26.01.2016

How to Manage Risk and Uncertainty in Mature Fields?

AGRs Principal Reservoir Engineer and Trainer, Mark Cook, discusses effective risk and uncertainty management methods.
AGR’s Multi Client studies help operators identify exploration opportunities with confidence
04.01.2016

AGR’s Multi Client studies help operators identify exploration opportunities with confidence

AGR has developed several Multi Client studies on the Norwegian Continental Shelf that help the small and medium-sized E&P companies but also majors identify exploration prospects in a cost-efficient method.
Improving efficiencies for increased production
19.11.2015

Improving efficiencies for increased production

Craig Webster, AGRs Principal Production Technologist, gives an overview of the role of the production technologist.
Modelling for Comfort?
09.10.2015

Modelling for Comfort?

AGR writes on reservoir modelling in the latest edition of Petroleum Geoscience magazine.
Getting More from Less – For Increased Well Productivity
17.09.2015

Getting More from Less – For Increased Well Productivity

Wells can produce much more while spending no or relatively little financial resources.
AGR delivers Enhanced Oil Recovery study in Heglig field
20.08.2015

AGR delivers Enhanced Oil Recovery study in Heglig field

AGR was assigned to provide technical recommendation for pilots, assess the economics, uncertainty and risk analysis of Heglig field to ensure the development of more efficient oil recovery techniques that would be technically, economically and environmentally more viable.
Realising CCS potential in the North Sea
08.07.2015

Realising CCS potential in the North Sea

AGR's Lead Geophysicist comments on the subject

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