Ingrain's Elizabeth Diaz and John Elmer discuss benefits of digital rock physics in latest issue of Hart's E&P
Houston (July 06, 2010) In the latest issue of Hart's E&P magazine, Chief Geoscientist Elizabeth Diaz and Chief Marketing Officer John Elmer discuss how Ingrain's digital rock physics technology allows oil and gas companies better understand technically challenging reservoirs.
The article explains how digitized reservoir rocks can "play a key role in the digital oil field by making rock characterization faster, more accurate and more readily available to the various technical disciplines involved in maximizing hydrocarbon recovery and asset value."
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Source: Hart's E&P