Magnetic Resonance Instruments
Green Imaging Technologies has partnered with some of the world’s top manufacturers in Nuclear magnetic resonance hardware solutions. In order to meet the needs of the industry, we have a range of frequencies available for all NMR applications in the oil and gas industry. From standard calibration of well logs to advanced 3D imaging on whole core, our range of hardware solutions covers all areas of core analysis.
geospec+ Core Analyzer
2MHz & 12MHz
Petroleum engineers constantly strive for a better understanding of their reservoirs. This requires extensive and reliable data in order to simulate their reservoirs. The GeoSpec core analyser provides measured and modeled data directly from fluids in the rocks in order to compliment other technologies and help solve the reservoir puzzle.
Variable Field MRI
0.1 – 3.0 Tesla
The ImaCore 3D variable field rock core imaging system is the result of a partnership between Green Imaging Technologies and MR Solutions. This partnership has resulted in a powerful MRI rock core instrument with an easy to use, yet robust interface.This allows researchers to analyze and measure the effects of fluids present in whole cores.
In recent years, lab based NMR core analysis researchers have begun to take advantage of enhanced signal-to-noise ratios (SNR) and shorter tau values to implement more data-rich measurement techniques.
Well Log Calibration
Measure or infer various petrophysical parameters such as porosity, permeability, and free and bound fluid rations using our T2 inversion components to give a better calibration of your well logs.
One of the best methods for the characterization of pore networks and their interaction with fluids is performing NMR rock core flow studies.
Capillary pressure is a critical parameter in the oil and gas industry and is a common measurement performed in Core Analysis laboratories. See how our patented GIT-CAP measurement saves time, labor, and cost without the destruction of your core.
One of the most important parameters in predicting the output of an oil reservoir in Wettability. The following provides some simple information to help understand Wettability.
Imaging a rock core in 3-dimensional space provides a more detailed picture of the pore network within the core and allows a much more interesting view of flow studies.