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  • GEO2021

    Bahrain - October 4-7, 2021 Analysis for the Petroleum Prospectivity of the Marcellus Formation of Western Pennsylvania, USA, using Pyrolysis and SEM XRF Measurements together with GR, ChemoGR, Porosity and PHIE Logging Albert Maende, W. David Weldon Visit GEO website for additional information about the conference.

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    Denver, CO May 23-26, 2021 Join us for an exciting show in Denver, CO! Will post any talks/posters once known. Visit AAPG ACE website for more information about the conference.

  • URTeC 2021 - BOOTH# 4506

    Houston, TX - July 26-28, 2021 Join us for an exciting show in Houston, TX! We will announce any talks or posters when known. Visit URTeC website for more information about the conference.

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  • Pyrolysis Data Request | Texas | Wildcattechnologies

    Custom Applications With our in-house team, we can consult with you regarding custom applications and interpretations of your analyses. Custom application possibilities are endless using our HAWK-Eye software and multi-ramp/heating rates. One of the most notable is the HAWK-PAM method which is focused on separating oil yields from kerogen carryover (S2 shoulder). ​ Request Custom Application Help us to understand your goals, business and samples and we can work together to design a program to get the results you need. Some popular applications of the HAWK Instrument that can be reviewed are: HAWK-PAM Application Note Learn more... AAPG published Advanced Pyrolysis paper “Advanced Pyrolysis Data and Interpretation Methods to Identify Unconventional Reservoir Sweet Spots in Fluid Phase Saturation and Fluid Properties (API Gravity) From Drill Cuttings and Cores". Learn more... Other popular applications of the HAWK Instrument include those listed below: 1. Source rock analysis based on determination of Total Organic Carbon and Carbonate Carbon contents together with equivalent Calcium Carbonate contents, discrimination of commonly occurring carbonate minerals as well as delineation of Kerogen Types 2. Maturity measurement 3. Reservoir rocks characterization 4. Oil saturation determination 5. Discrimination of fluid saturation from sorbed oil 6. Sweet spots identification 7. Heavy oil identification and quantification 8. API Gravity prediction from drill cuttings and cores 9. Waxy oil identification and quantification 10. Carbonate minerals identification and determination of carbonate percentage (Please see details in this application note " ") Non-Petroleum Uses of HAWK Instrument 11. Coal and Coal Bed Methane exploration (Please see details in this application note " ”) Non-Petroleum Uses of HAWK Instrument 12. Cement manufacture (Please see details in this application note “ ”) Non-Petroleum Uses of HAWK Instrument 13. Soil pollution studies for environmental protection (Please see details in this application note “ ” HAWK Analysis of Drill Cuttings, Cores, Outcrops and Soil Samples 14. Characterization of Rock Formations (review AAPG/URTeC case studies) such as , Eagle Ford Marcellus, Bakken, as well as several USA Rock Formations 15. HAWK Dynamic Reports Contact us regarding custom applications I want to subscribe to the newsletter. New method Sampling Business Goal SUBMIT Your Message Has Been Sent Please leave this field empty.

  • CONTACT US | Texas | Wildcattechnologies

    Contact Us Wildcat Technologies takes great pride in providing our customers with unparalleled support. Let us help you with your pyrolysis questions and solve your equipment problems. REQUEST A DEMO Request a demonstration of the HAWK Pyrolysis and TOC Instrument. SALES INQUIRY Reach out to our Sales team directly for assistance with HAWK sales inquiries. CUSTOMER SUPPORT Get in touch with Service Engineers for questions related to your HAWK Instrument. Contact Us Reason For Contact Request A Demo Sales Inquiry Custom Applications Customer Support General Information arrow&v SUBMIT Your Message Has Been Sent Please leave this field empty. Contact Information Wildcat Technologies 218 Higgins Street Humble Texas 77338 (281) 540-3208 info@wildcattechnologies.com About Wildcat Technologies started in 2010 with an idea to revolutionize laboratory and well-site pyrolysis instrumentation for the oil and gas industry. With the introduction of the HAWK Pyrolysis and TOC Instrument, Wildcat has developed the most accurate and reliable pyrolysis instrument available. Learn More Our Team David Weldon President Albert Maende Applications Geochemist Jared Stewart Instrumentation Specialist Julie Jones Operations Manager

  • Pyrolysis Data Request | Texas | Wildcattechnologies

    Pyrolysis Data Comparisons Use the form below to learn how the HAWK's superior design beats out the competition. Request Comparisons I want to subscribe to the newsletter. Type Of Interest Research Purchasing SUBMIT Your Message Has Been Sent Please leave this field empty.

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