May 2010

JPT Online features Ingrain's new CoreHD®High-Definition Core Imaging and Logging
Houston (May, 2010) JPT Online discusses Ingrain's recently launched CoreHD, a technology platform that allows for high-definition CT scanning and logging of whole core samples from oil and gas wells. The platform, which gives geoscientists 3D visibility into their reservoirs at the wellbore scale, also provides faster and more accurate optimization of sampling locations for rock-properties analysis. reservoirs.

The Journal of Petroleum Technology, the Society of Petroleum Engineer's flagship magazine, presents authoritative briefs and features on E&P technology advancements, oil and gas industry issues, and news about SPE and its members.

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Ingrain adds SCA co-founder and first president Joel Walls to management team
Houston (May 14, 2010) Ingrain, the oil and gas industry's fastest growing digital rock physics lab, has added Dr. Joel Walls to its management team as the company's new Director of Technical Resources for Unconventional Reservoirs. He will be responsible for developing and commercializing services focused on shale and other unconventional reservoirs.

Walls is a geophysicist and entrepreneur with extensive experience in the research, development, launch and sale of advanced technology products and services for oil and gas exploration and production. He comes to Ingrain with a long and distinguished career in the oil industry, having been involved in the successful formation of several start-up companies focusing on core analysis, rock physics and geophysics. He was also the co-founder and first president of the Society of Core Analysts (SCA) and is a member of the SEG, SPE and SPWLA.

Dr. Walls holds an M.S. and Ph.D. in geophysics from Stanford University and a B.S. in physics from Texas A&M University, Commerce.

 
Ingrain featured in Unconventional Resources Technologies webinar sponsored by Energy Ventures
Houston (May, 2010) Energy Ventures hosted an Unconventional Resources Technologies webinar in partnership with Hart Energy Publishing on April 7, 2010.The webinar, entitled Making An Impact on Unconventional Resource Plays - The Latest Technology From The Lab and Field, provided oilfield insiders with insight into the innovation being driven by entrepreneurs and offered a first hand look at four new technologies, including Ingrain, that are overcoming specific production challenges of shale.

To access the complimentary webinar and learn more about how Ingrain's technology is impacting unconventional resource plays, please click here

 
Ingrain's recent presentation at SPWLA-Kuwait Chapter meeting mentioned in latest KOC newsletter
Houston/Kuwait (May, 2010) After attending the recent Ingrain-sponsored SPWLA-Kuwait Chapter meeting, Kuwait Oil Company (KOC) makes special mention of the digital rock physics lab's "new and exciting" technology in their latest newsletter.

The seminar, From Pore to Core: Multi-Scale Digital Rock Physics, was presented by Ingrain's Regional Manager to the Middle East and North Africa, Gary Sinclair, and discussed how digital rock physics has emerged as a valuable tool for providing deeper understanding of rock properties in challenging reservoirs in a very rapid time frame. The presentation will included examples of the technology as applied on actual Middle East Reservoir.

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Ingrain spotlighted in latest issue of Oil Review Middle East magazine
Houston (May, 2010) The latest issue of Oil Review Middle East magazine features a review of the recent GEO 2010 conference, with special attention paid to digital rock physics lab Ingrain, which both exhibited and presented a technical paper.

The article, which describes the GEO series as playing a "significant role in the development and transfer of exploration and development technology in the Middle East", spotlights Ingrain's technology and its new digital rock physics laboratory in Abu Dhabi, which is set to open within the next month.
 
To read the article in its entirety online, please click here.