How does Numatex interpret its NMR readings by which to yield reliable porosity and permeability predictions? For security reasons we will not reveal that technique at the present time, nor will we reveal how we have learned to interpret free radical activity as described in the ANOMALY paragraph below. However, when performing NMR tests on your leases, Numatex will provide you a map of every reservoir we can find, with boundaries to the lateral foot. We will also include inside those boundaries your areas of highest recovery potential, including your “highs” and every area of your leases which will NOT yield oil or gas. The following graphic image is one of the illustrations submitted within our patent application, outlining four potential oil zones within a 120 square mile area, including an intrusive and perhaps unseen fault. Obviously these same results can be mapped down to 600 acres, 69 acres, or a 10-acre drilling location. See the interpretation below.
NMR INTERPRETATION AREA EXPLAINED
The above “Figure 7” is taken directly from our patent application, illustrating Numatex’s ability to determine any and every oil reservoir at any level, identify their best drilling locations, their extremities (oil/water contact zones or pinch-outs), potential dry hole areas, indications of free radical activity (SEE ANOMALIES PARAGRAPH ), and the invasion of unseen faults. CLICK ON THE CHART TO ACHIEVE ENLARGEMENT.
- To read the chart, begin with Reservoir “A,” representating a shallow oil zone. The black dots demonstrate where an operator will drill a succession of productive wells. Looking horizontally, that same operator would drill a number of dry holes while attempting to broaden his field. Numatex can tell that operator where to stop, thus saving dry hole expenses and tons of mental anguish.
- In the same 120 square mile area (or 69 acres), NMR detects a second level of oil (Reservoir “B”) as it abuts the unseen fault (#25), which is hidden beneath tertiary sediment. Reading horizontally, attempts to broaden that reservoir would also result in a series of dry holes, wasted money, and anxiety.
- NMR detects a third level of oil (Reservoir “C”) hundreds or even thousands of feet below Reservoirs A or B. Theoretically, this reservoir is captured on the adjacent side of the unseen fault. Lateral attempts to broaden that zone would also result in dry holes.
- The deepest zone (Reservoir “D”) lies thousands of feet deeper in the ground. Notice it is the largest of all and divided in two by the unseen fault. Thousands, if not millions, of oil leases around the United States may be loaded with deeper oil the operators do not know exists or do not have the wherewithal to drill deeper. The most advanced technology to determine whether that oil exists and is worth exploring is Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, as pioneered by Numatex.
- FREE RADICAL ACTIVITY: The most perplexing anomaly encountered by Thomas Wiley and Numatex for nineteen years was the inexplicable “Free Radical” (See ANOMALIES below). While the above illustration depicts free radical activity at only one level, the same misleading signals can and will be found at almost every level of the earth, but not at every location. Thomas Wiley and Numatex have drilled wells based on erroneous NMR readings attributable entirely to free radical activity. Even if someone else knows how to perform NMR, they cannot competently recommend drilling locations (spend your money) without accounting for the misguidance of free radicals, as called for within Numatex’s patent application.
To sum it all up, only Numatex, Inc, has the skill and experience to stake your next oil well at its most profitable location, to the depths to drill and not to drill, and to know where faults affect your wells.