H.H. Howell, Inc.
How we do it:
·Utilizing our expertise in well-log interpretation and analysis, we construct comprehensive cross-section networks which provide the framework for detailed subsurface geologic map suites.
·We review or construct our own field studies, with thorough stratigraphy and petrophysics, to create analog models for our prospective reservoirs.
·We have developed innovative ways to use direct hydrocarbon indicators such as soil-gas geochemistry with indirect indicators like LANDSAT, Magnetic and Gravity surveys and surface geomorphology.
·These surveys are much less expensive than conventional geophysical (seismic) investigation. They are backed by research, and are effective in areas where the target is relatively shallow - even in areas where a seismic survey might not be possible or practical.
·When these tools are used in combination, they can yield exciting, inexpensive prospects, and at the same time, lower the exploration risk.