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Ingrain Services: Optimize Rotary Sidewall Core Selection and Analysis through Enhanced Petrophysical Cluster Analysis and Sample Screening


The CoreInsight™ service provides a customizable cost-optimized core analysis roadmap solution that integrates CorePoint service to provide facies identification for representative sample selection, and Ingrain® laboratories rock and fluid analysis to address the modern challenges of reservoir characterization.

The webinar will display an early application of the CoreInsight solution for a client in the Permian basin. In this particular application, the CorePoint service provided a sample recommendation that expanded the client's initial selection to capture variations across each of the identified electrofacies, leading to improved representative coverage. Following extraction, all samples were rapidly screened with the PlugHD® service to capture the degree of fine-scale heterogeneity, which served as a roadmap for subsequent digital and physical analysis and provided the client team with actionable results in days.

Three reasons to watch:

  • Learn how optimize rotary sidewall core selection
  • Build a roadmap to core analysis with rapid and noninvasive core screening
  • Gain new insights with our integrated rock analysis workflows

Who should watch?

  • Exploration and asset Managers
  • Geoscientists
  • Petrophysicists
  • Geologists
Presented By:
Gustavo Carpio

Gustavo Carpio
Senior Technical Advisor
Halliburton Ingrain

Gustavo Carpio is a senior technical advisor for Ingrain, a Halliburton service. For the past 11 years he has contributed to the company’s technological and commercial development, coauthoring several patented methods for the characterization of tight reservoir rocks and participating in the evaluation of unconventional resource plays in North and South America. Presently, he is focused on the integration of Digital Rock Analysis, Core, and Wireline data.

Mr. Carpio holds a B.S. in geology from the University of Houston and is a member of the AAPG, HGS, and SPE.