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Independent intelligence

Providing technical services for all subsurface activities, including Oil and Gas Field Development

Research Collaboration

Our specialist technical capabilities have formed the core foundations of ERCE since our inception. Geologists, Geophysicists, Petrophysicists, Reservoir Engineers, Field Development Engineers and Economists form our fully integrated multi-disciplinary team.

The team understands that every technical study is unique, allowing us to offer bespoke, customised services to each of our clients.

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The professionals in our team have a diverse skill-set and have the capability to provide the following services, alongside many others, to the oil and gas industry :

  • Static and dynamic modelling
  • Seismic interpretation
  • Depth conversion
  • Rock physics
  • Integrated regional basin analysis
  • Structural & kinematic modelling
  • Fracture modelling
  • Petrophysics
  • Integrated well analysis/well correlation studies
  • Well test analysis
  • Field development planning and development scenarios
  • Economic Modelling
  • Facilities and cost estimation

We also offer technical support to clients with unconventional portfolios including deepwater, shale, coal-bed methane (CBM) and heavy oil.

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In the office, staff of all disciplines are co-located allowing full cross-discipline communication. This increases time and cost efficiency on projects for our clients through advanced knowledge sharing and reduced iteration on projects. All technical work is peer reviewed internally to ensure the highest quality end products are delivered to our clients.

ERCE staff regularly attend training courses and conferences to keep abreast of the latest technical knowledge and technological developments for their disciplines. We also frequently host ‘lunch and learns’ where we invite academics, software developers and associates with specialist knowledge to present to the team on recent developments in Geoscience, Engineering and Economics. Where appropriate we then apply these new learnings to our project work.