Consulting / Services
ATECH's Integrated Asset Management Solutions are
based on the principle of integrating all disciplines involved in the life
cycle of hydrocarbon production. We firmly believe that all asset management
teams should include geologists, geophysicists, petrophysicists as well as
drilling, completion, reservoir and production engineers. This approach
should then be supported by the use and integration of the most effective
technology tools to deliver the information required for cost-effective
hydrocarbon production decisions.
ATECH's operating philosophy is built on working
closely with it's clients. By applying leading edge technology and basic
engineering principles we develop solutions in the most practical, timely and
ATECH is involved
in the design, programming, procuring and on-site supervision of DST,
production and injection & falloff tests to meet the various objectives
of its clients. These include completion evaluation, reserves
estimation, reservoir characterization as well as secondary recovery project
evaluation and optimization. The projects range from single well tests
to multiple wells and multiple tests for both vertical and horizontal wells.
Functions include bidding and coordinating the services required to
successfully completing projects in the field.
ATECH has also been responsible for design,
management, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of horizontal under
balanced drilling systems for gas reservoirs in Alberta, Canada. A
major focus of ATECH's work is also in the identification, design
and optimization of well completion strategies including hydraulic fracturing
and matrix acidizing and fracturing.
ATECH's services also include evaluation of
reservoir properties, production practices as they relate to optimum resource
exploitation. The scope of projects require day to day use of
evaluation tools such as well logs, relate to optimum resource exploitation.
The scope of projects require day to day use of evaluation tools such as well
logs, production logs, well test & DST analysis, decline curve analysis,
multiphase flow analysis, geostatistical analysis and reservoir
services also include the building of large oil and gas gathering system
models for debottlenecking studies, compressor optimization and performance
forecasting. ATECH has a total systems approach on building
these models recognizing that a good description of the reservoir,
completion, production, and facilities elements are essential to a practical
and useful description of the system.
conducts extensive field studies that range from building reservoir
simulation models and network gathering systems for conventional and heavy
oil fields. The studies also incorporate the latest production and completion
strategies including hydraulic fracture and artificial lift design.