........STRATEGY FOR HIGH QUALITY, VALUE ADDED, REAL-TIME SERVICES
   
WHEN OUR CUSTOMERS SUCCEED, WE SUCCEED
Formation of Chemical laboratory in January 2008.
Literature survey  & Compilation of latest R& D works
Related jobs on crude oil ,effluent water and gas samples studies.
Providing technical and sponsoring NGO  working on R& D projects .
Team of Scientists with wide experience in R& D who have served in oil industry and recommendations implemented for field trial .
INNOVATIVE PEOPLE, INNOVATIVE SOLUTIONS, EXCEEDING CUSTOMER EXPECTATIONS
Team of young scientists are being groomed in house &at International Institutes providing R &D services in oil Industry.
Team of Experienced Micro biologist .
Experienced in house survey department.
Efficient  in remote and hilly areas
Hi Tec Laboratory with latest equipment.
Technology support with Exploration Technologies INC .Houstan
SURFACE GEOCHEMICAL STUDIES
Assam Petroleum Ltd (APL) provides innovative geochemical services that are applicable to both the exploration & environmental industries. APL's geochemical techniques are employed in the petroleum industry to reduce exploration risk and utilized in environmental assessments for accurate and cost-effective site characterizations.
EXPLORATION GEOCHEMISTRY
Petroleum exploration surface geochemical surveys can be used to map the light hydrocarbons expressed through microseeps from active petroleum and natural gas reservoirs at depth. The maps, developed from the survey, serve as a guide to identifying prospective areas in both frontier and mature basins. The light hydrocarbons, when surveyed, analyzed and mapped, using APL's proven techniques and technology, produce a graphic, geochemical picture of the source rock below. This picture shows whether or not a given area contains petroleum source rocks; whether the area is more oil or gas prone; and finally, whether or not the gas is over cooked and non-productive, or the oil too heavy to produce by drilling alone. Such studies can greatly reduce the area to be searched; helping to focus more expensive exploration techniques, such as 3D geophysical surveys, on those portions of the basin most likely to contain petroleum accumulations and potential reservoirs.