CORING & CORE ANALYSIS

AMA GROUP International IS A QUALIFIED PROVIDER OF CORING SERVICES IN AZERBAIJAN, TURKMENISTAN, KAZAKHSTAN AND THE GEORGIA WITH TURKEY WITH PERSONAL MORE THAN 22 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE IN THE MOST COMPLEX OPERATING AND IN-PLACE CONDITIONS GLOBALLY. SINCE 2007, WE ARE USING EQUIPMENT OF THE VARIOUS CORING COMPANIES, 70% OF INVENTORY IS HALLIBURTON AND NOV, REST IS SELF ENGINEERED EQUIPMENT.

AMA GROUP International was established in Scotland in 2019 to provide geological and geological surveyance services word wildly.

CORE SAMPLING AND ANALYSIS SERVICES ARE PROVIDED ON LAND IN THE FOLLOWING AREAS:
  • Azerbaijan: Binagadi, Gunashli, Hovsany, Mishovdagh, Umid
  • Kazakhstan: West Zharkamys, Northern Buzachi, Chinarevskoye, Rozhkovsky
  • Georgia: Mirzaani, HIB
  • Russia: Urengoy, Beregovoe, Yu-Kirinskoye, Yu-Lunskoye, Barrier
  • Turkmenistan: Block 1 – the Turkmen Shelf, Baren
AMA GROUP International HAS A WIDE EXPERIENCE IN MARINE PROJECTS AS WELL:
  • Azerbaijan: Carries out core sampling and analysis services for Socar and BP companies
  • Russia: Carries out core sampling and analysis services for NewTech Services at the Yu-Kiniskoye and Yu-Lunskoye fields
APPLIED CORE ANALYSIS TECHNOLOGIES:
  • Standard core sampling process (Conventional ®)
  • Hydraulic system Hydro Seat Barrel HALLIBURTON ®
  • Oriented core sampling (Corienting®)
  • Full closure System (FCS ®)
  • Complete closing system (Posiclose®)
  • Core sampling using sponge coring crowns with sponges (Sponge coring®)
  • Core sampling with an insulating agent (Glider®)
  • Anti-jamming system®
OILFIELD SERVICES:
  • Core sorting and processing
  • Core stabilization
  • Gamma control of the core
  • reservation of the core
CORE EXPRESS ANALYSIS SERVICES:
  • High-resolution CT scan
  • Density of the mineral skeleton
  • Porosity
  • Determination of permeability in a steady state
  • Receiving high-resolution images
SPECIAL CORE ANALYSIS SERVICES:
  • Wettability by Amott
  • Residual gas by CCI
  • Cationic exchange capacity
  • Parameters of porosity and saturation
  • Relative permeability
  • Determination of capillary pressure by the semipermeable membrane method
  • Damage of the reservoir, compressibility of pore volume