MASS SPECTROMETRY ANALYSIS
Application of the Mass Spectrometry
- Identification of Pay Delineation and Fluid Contacts.
- Petroleum Type and Quality.
- Porosity and Permeability.
- BTEX halos and Sw.
- Sweet spots in unconventional reservoirs.
- Practical data to improve well completions.
- Fractured Reservoirs.
- Identification of bit burns.
- Portable stand-alone direct quadripole mass spectrometry analysis of mud gas.
- Routine chemical analysis of paraffins, naphthenes, aromatics, organic acids, volatile inorganic compounds and mud additives.
- Assessment of petroleum type and quality, fluid contacts, proximity to pay, porosity, compartmentalization.
- Requires only a continuous supply of gas from the extractor, a depth input and a more-or-less continuous supply of electricity.
- Hydrocarbon detection range is C1-C10.
- Inorganic detection of CO2, He, N2, O2 and Sulfur bearing compounds.
- Standard Ratio analysis.
- Cycle time of 90 sec and 1 ppb sensitivity.
- Distinguish formation gas from mud additives gases.
- Discriminate paraffins, naphthenes and aromatics (BTEX compounds).