In 2010, Maxxam re-entered the core analysis market. Our 43,000 square foot Oil Sands Core Processing facility in North-East Calgary was designed for safe and efficient core movement from receiving to slabbing and frozen sample storage, and from photography to viewing and analysis.
Some highlights of the facility include:
- Safe, indoor unloading of cores with a drive-in receiving area
- Best-in-class viewing rooms with wall-to-wall roller benching
- An abundance of natural light channeled through transom windows
In January 2013, Maxxam acquired Henderson & Associates – the leader in digital core logging analysis. Serving exploration and production companies in the Alberta oil sands, they have analysed an unprecedented 670,000 metres of core since 2009 and our experienced team of geoscientists are focused on helping our clients succeed.
Maxxam is the leading provider of geological services for analysis and interpretation of oil sands core drilling projects.
Our Visual Logger™ software facilitates and expedites drill core description and logging for more efficient and accurate results.
Key features of Visual Logger include:
- Flexible, intuitive layout: Side-by-side view of your data enables quick, accurate comparisons and thorough analysis. Visual Logger can be adapted to your projects’ needs with personalized support as requested.
- Many data types supported: View both dynamic and static FMI simultaneously while depth correcting. V-shale ratios and depth corrections supported. Changes can be made at various levels (e.g. choice of facies scheme and dip interpretation can be changed by project or by well).
- Cloud-based services: Safe & secure access to your data from anywhere in the world. With local servers in select laboratories and with multi-site synchronization across various locations, we guarantee secure FTP access to your results 24/7.
Reports available in various formats: Hard-copy booklets and digital reports available. Final tracks can be exported in various formats (LAS, CSV, PDF, etc.) with the information broken down either in bulk, well-by-well, or track-by-track.