Oil Reserves Evaluation
Proven Oil Reserves
Expanding Your Bank
CTI experts have proven many, many millions of barrels of oil over the past 3 decades. Our services are accurate and cost effective. Many of our clients engage our services to perform a series of tests spanning the reservoir of interest. This provides a more thorough understanding of the reserves in place, helps to characterize the reservoir, and provides invaluable data for use in reservoir models.
Furthermore, we are able to assist in the banking of additional reserves through our evaluation of potential enhanced oil recovery programs. We can quickly demonstrate the additional mobilization of oil by comparing the residual oil saturation before and after EOR application using our One-Spot Pilot.

Trusted Methodology
Providing Confidence Through Experience
Proving oil reserves is an essential part of the oil business.  At CTI we take the matter very seriously. We have extensive experience in measuring residual oil saturation and in characterizing reservoirs in situ, utilizing a technology that has been well proven both in the field and in the technical journals.
The Single-Well Chemical Tracer (SWCT) test method is a rigorous procedure, recognized throughout the world, as a standard method for evaluating residual oil saturation and other reservoir parameters. Our experience with the SWCT method puts us at the forefront of oil reserve evaluation.
Evaluation of Oil Reserves
Engineers, corporate executives, stockholders, and government leaders all look to one critical number for the valuation of their oil holdings: proven oil reserves. Unfortunately this number can be quite elusive and is generally provided as a best estimate.

Modeling and estimation are not enough. Accurate measurement of residual oil saturation is essential for establishing proven oil reserves.

Bank your reserves
We provide fast, accurate, repeatable in situ residual oil saturation measurements that are non-destructive to the reservoir and provide hard data for use in determining oil reserves.