Core laboratories are in a position to gather the core samples from the field and then analyze the core to be sent back to the Operator. This process would be simplified and much easier on the cloud, if the core sample information and the associated logs are directly sent to the lab headquarters by the Service Companies. Once quality control and petrophysics/geomechanics interpretation are completed, the analysis can be sent to the Operator.
Here is an example of a core laboratory on a project.
The core laboratory will highly benefit from having the database in place and can decide to use Geofit™ Geomechanics or Petrophysics or a different application. Let’s assume that the lab has 14 personnel and they all want access to the database, while 2 geomechanics engineer and 1 petrophysicist running analysis.
• 1 Manager
• 1 Petrophysicist
• 2 Geomechanics Engineer
• 10 Core Lab Personnel
Total: 14 personnel
Additional memory (TB)
Subscription seat Basic
Subscription seat Standard
Subscription seat Advanced
Subscription seat Premium
Total Cost / Year
14 login access to DB and visualization
3 floating computation seats shared between all users
• 2 Standard seat: workflow, single well
• 1 Advanced seat: workflow, 10 concurrent wells