At NSAI we have numerous professionals with focused experience in deepwater depositional environments who have been involved in exploration studies, reserves estimation and certification, development planning, detailed field studies, and regional studies around the world. In addition to the extensive shelf, deep shelf, and deepwater experience obtained while working at NSAI, our personnel typically have several years of experience within a major E&P company. This experience includes exploration, development planning, drilling proposals, and producing property management involving field surveillance, remedial workovers, and major field studies at various levels of responsibility.
To talk to an expert regarding a Deepwater evaluation call Joe Spellman or Rudi de Zoeten in our Dallas office at 214-969-5401, or John Cliver or Shane Howell in our Houston office at 713-654-4950, or click here for an on-line option.
We have worked on some of the most technically challenging deepwater projects around the world. These evaluations were performed for delineation and development planning, acquisitions, divestitures, financing, equity determination, company financials, and annual reserves evaluations. Many were fully integrated studies of multiblock deepwater areas including 3-D seismic and subsalt interpretation; petrophysical analysis; geocellular modeling; fluid property analysis; analysis of capital, operating, and abandonment costs; risk assessment; and reservoir modeling of all types for development planning and determination of reserves across all categories.
Northern Gulf of Mexico
The map below shows NSAI-evaluated deepwater fields and discoveries in the northern Gulf of Mexico, illustrating our extensive experience in deepwater GOM projects. This experience has given NSAI the knowledge and familiarity to effectively and efficiently address client requests regarding reserves, valuations, operations, risk, and future potential.