Reduce the total cost of hydrocarbon recovery for new ventures by pre-screening clastic reservoir quality potential. Leverage big data and predictive computation, all without expensive seismic or well data acquisition.Find Out More
Frontier hydrocarbon exploration needs to be efficient and effective. Often, poor reservoir quality only becomes apparent at a later stage, resulting in either high sunk costs or lower-than-expected recovery. To help explorers avoid this we've built a powerful workflow to quantify clastic reservoir quality potential in blocks and basins without accessible seismic or well data. Combining the power of predictive computation, massive globally distributed datasets and sediment process expertise, we provide cost-efficient intelligence for better preparing explorers before committing capital to new ventures.
We've distilled knowledge from the most up-to-date scientific research and literature classics to build predictive models for quantifying the sediment compositional characteristics which influence reservoir quality on block and basin scales. Our algorithms undergo continuous improvement and are ground-truthed using reservoir data from different modern and past sedimentary systems.
Lorin is a petroleum geologist with over 12 years of industry and academic experience in exploration and new ventures.
Laura is a clastic sedimentologist with 10 years experience in sediment fingerprinting and isotope geochemistry.
Sam is a data scientist with 10 years experience in integrating geological data and building predictive models.
Based at the University of Liverpool, Richard is the Director of the Diagenesis Research Group. He advises Petryx on reservoir quality, diagenesis and sedimentology.
Ian is the head of the Radiogenic Isotope Group at the BGS NERC Isotope Geoscience Laboratory. He advises Petryx on isotope geochemistry and geochronology data processing.
Petryx have partnered with Getech, a company delivering geoscience data and geospatial technology, allowing customers to view Petryx data coverage alongside Getech products.
Petryx have partnered with the British Geological Survey to allow us to collaborate on R&D, combining our diverse knowledge and facilities, and driving data standardisation and interoperability.