Seals International is the leading world expert on fault seal analysis. Our prospect risk analyses are based upon the largest, empirical database of fault seal behavior in oil and gas fields.
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Dr. Grant M. Skerlec
SEALS International, 6801 77th St. West, Lakewood, Washington 98499 USA
Oil wells, Bakersfield, California
View on a recent consulting trip to California
for Orion California LP and Mintaka International (Oil & Gas) Ltd.
The Spring newsletter is now available by accessing the following link
This newsletter briefly describes our prospect risk assessments, the SEALS course and our new QuickLook software for fault seal analysis.
Coming in our Summer Newsletter
Fault Seal Atlas of California
We have begun work on a Fault Seal Atlas of California oil and gas fields. This Atlas is an important database for anyone exploring in California or other strike-slip basins.
Details will be in the Summer newsletter. If you are interested in this study, please contact us.
Faults and fault seal behavior are important in controlling migration pathways. Recent work in the Neuquén Basin has helped us to understand some basic types of fault dependent migration pathways that are applicable to all basins.
Slow Bleed Faults: A Possible Cause of Under-filled Traps & Residual Oil in the Norwegian Sea