TS&E and its associates are seasoned professionals with an average of over 20 years rich experience and a combined experience of over 250 years. They have to their credit about 200 publications and. are skilled in all facets of geological ,reservoir engineering, simulation and mathematical model development. Their academic disciplines span diverse fields including Petroleum Engineering, Geology, Mechanical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Physics, and Mathematics with M.S. and Ph.D. degrees.

TS&E had undertaken and successfully completed a number of fully integrated multi-disciplinary reservoir studies using state-of-the-art tools, methodologies and technologies, property acquisitions, reserves determinations, field exploitation/development and production forecasts, gas storage reservoir feasibility and development studies, gas transmission and design, geothermal reservoir studies and exploitation plans. The experience included both the domestic and international reservoirs. Numerous R&D projects to develop mathematical models for simulating gas and oil reservoirs, geothermal reservoirs, underground radio-active waste disposal simulation and others constitute a significant activity of the company. In fact, many of the simulation software in the current TS&E's library is the result of several industry sponsored research projects.

The reservoir studies entailed modeling/simulation of a variety of reservoirs, well pressure transient analysis including interference tests and design, fluid characterization, petrophysical analysis and developing correlations for rock properties, material and volumetric balances, reservoir management, economic analysis including property acquisition and disposition, surface gas transmission with coupled gas reservoirs, and other related tasks for a comprehensive reservoir study.

The reservoirs process mechanism involved depletion, water drive, and gas cap expansion for single porosity and dual porosity/dual permeability fractured reservoirs. Also included were gas condensate and volatile oil reservoirs, and heavy oil reservoirs employing thermal recovery processes.

Secondary and tertiary recovery processes comprised of water flood, gas injection, alternate water-gas injection, carbon-dioxide miscible floods, polymer and surfactant flood, hot water and steam injection processes
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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