We specialize in solving geologic problems encountered in the oil and gas industry. The problem can be as simple as a re-correlation to explain pressure miscommunication between wells, or as complex as predicting the distribution of sweet spots within an unconventional mixed carbonate-siliciclastic succession. We have worked across the globe including the Williston Basin, the North Sea, Pricaspian Basin, Lower Indus Basin, the Barents Sea, Offshore Mid-Norway and others.
We provide a wide range of geoscience courses. These courses have been taught to seventeen worldwide companies and are getting increasingly popular. Instead of sending your employees overseas and spending excessive amounts on airfare, hotel bills etc, our instructor comes to you.
We offer consulting services in seismic stratigraphy, sequence stratigraphy, sedimentology and geomodeling. At Applied Stratigraphix we have described over 3 km of core on a cm-scale from basins across the globe, as well as both carbonate and shale thin-sections.
Our field trips are offered in a variety of geographic locations including the Book Cliffs of Utah, modern carbonate beaches in Bali and Qatar, the Salt Range in Pakistan, the Colorado Front Range, the modern Indus Delta and more.
“ It was a great experience, which exceeded all my expectations for these reasons: great instructor (Dr. A. Jaffri) with very deep and wide knowledge of carbonate and clastic depositional systems; very well organized field trip properly integrated with theory and related to seismic observation, which helped cover the entire range of scales from rock grains all the way to macro-structures; extremely friendly and hospitable environment; very well organized logistics… A couple additional factors also helped make the field trip perfect: the fact that we had a small group and of course, the great nature and geology present in the Permian basin.”
Kostia Azbel - Senior Quantitative Geophysicist (Shell)
“Very Good. Instructor good at explaining things and very pedagogic! Good thing to make us answer the questions. Makes us think!”
Katrine Osa - Geologist (Wintershall)