The basins of Peru have long provided technical and financial reward with Oil and Gas plays in the major basins both on and offshore. However current players in the region are looking at a number of alternative plays. Many such plays involve complex reservoir systems and require accurate data to input into basin modeling programs.
This study aims to evaluate all reservoir systems within the drilled succession from c. 69 wells and to evaluate regional and local seals within a newly established correlative framework. Additional outcrop samples may also be utilized where no wells penetrate targeted reservoirs. A total of c.4000 feet of core are available for study.
Specifically, the project will focus on the following:
The study Report will be available in two phases which will be available combined or separately:
Phase I – Onshore BasinsPhase II – Offshore Basins
The primary objective of this project is to provide operators with key geological and petrophysical data derived from the evaluation of rock samples from numerous reservoirs and their seals. These data and interpretations will allow operators to improve their formation evaluation, assessment of reservoir quality, prediction of reservoir quality in un-drilled areas, and seal integrity evaluation within a correlative framework. Specifically, the study will provide participants with the following analyses, data, and interpretations.
The key components of the study are as follows: