MSCL and X-ray CT Services
Maximising data recovery from core material has been the focus of Geotek for the last 20 years, as we believe that if a core is worth collecting, then it is worth logging! Geotek offer specialist core logging services using our multi-sensor core logger (MSCL) and high resolution X-ray CT technology to a variety of industries including:
- Geotechnical & Geohazard
- Unconventional Resources
- Environmental Assessment
- Oil and Gas
Non-Destructive Data Acquisition
All of Geotek's core logging services are non-destructive. Data acquisition is either through the core liner, or on bare rock or sediment core surface. The types of service Geotek provide include:
- Continuous non-destructive physical property logging
- High resolution X-ray radiography and CT
- X-ray fluorescence and near-infrared logging
- Superb quality linescan photography (core scanning)
- Ultraviolet light core scanning
- Core splitting
Onshore and Offshore Services
Core logging operations are conducted within our purpose built core logging laboratory based at our offices in Daventry, UK, or within our mobile containerised laboratories. Geotek will mobilise these containerised laboratories with specialist staff to both onshore and offshore sites for industrial and research applications to acquire data in the field, saving valuable time and money.
Gas Hydrate and Marine Project Management Services
Geotek also specialise in providing gas hydrate, sediment analysis and marine project management services
For gas hydrate field expeditions, Geotek provides specialty services tailored to the requirement to identify and quantify gas hydrate, including pressure core analysis and geochemical services necessary for gas hydrate quantification and integration with downhole logs.
In addition we have experience in project managing large marine survey projects such as the United Kingdom Offshore Strategic Environmental Assessment, research in the Caspian sea and the Indian National Gas Hydrate Program Expedition 1.
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