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GeoMechanics Technology

Advanced GeoMechanics from the Wellbore to the Reservoir Scale

Technical Services in Petroleum Geomechanics

Petroleum geomechanics is the branch of engineering dealing with the mechanical behavior of geologic formations which influence the exploration, development, production, and storage of oil and gas.

This includes reservoir scale phenomena, such as structural deformations over geologic time, compaction and subsidence caused by production, induced faulting and seismicity, and salt formation creep. It also includes wellbore scale phenomena, such as hole stability during drilling, hydraulic fracturing, formation casing interaction, sand production, drilling mechanics, gravel pack operations, and slurry injection.

With worldwide experience and unsurpassed customer service, GeoMechanics Technologies is the industry leader in the geomechanical analysis of:

  • Reservoir compaction and surface subsidence
  • Well damage risk analysis and design
  • Shale fracture mechanics
  • Geothermal reservoir geomechanics
  • Gas storage geomechanics
  • Salt deformation and salt cavern analysis
  • E&P Injection Well Design, Permitting, and Monitoring

Over the past 15 years, our wide-ranging experience includes research, analysis, and consulting projects in North and South America, Central Asia, Southeast Asia, the Far East, Europe, and Africa. We look forward to applying our unique expertise and capabilities to support your project needs whenever and wherever they arise.


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