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What sets the Xodus Group apart from other consultancies is our integration. Our team members work as a tightly coordinated unit, sharing data, managing risks and opportunities, and delivering true value to our clients quickly and cost-effectively. As a client, you benefit from:

Our integration - we help you make the most of your development opportunities by using our connected expertise in reservoir, subsea, flow assurance and facilities management.

Our resources - our integrated, teamwork-based business model helps us attract and retain the best consultants and engineers in all our specialist fields - so we consistently give you high-quality advice and service.

Our knowledge and experience - many of our team members are recognised industry leaders, ready to share their extensive knowledge and experience of the energy industry with you.

Our customer focus - Xodus is an owner-managed company. We take a sensitive, responsive approach to resolving our clients' needs and developing long-term relationships.

Our independence - when you work with Xodus, you won't find conflicts of interest. Instead, we focus on finding the right solutions to meet your needs, working with your teams through the entire development cycle.

Peter Tipler - Decommissioning Consultant / EIA Lead
Pete Tipler is a Principal Consultant and Xodus Group’s Decommissioning Lead. In this role, Pete brings together Xodus Group’s multi-disciplinary capability and oversees strategic alliances with the supply chain. In addition, Pete is Xodus Group’s Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Lead. To support these roles Peter’s consultancy career to date has given him experience in marine, coastal and
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Understanding fractured reservoirs and rocks

Tuesday, January 23, 2018

The fact that fractures are common in the subsurface have been known for at least the last century but the practice of treating reservoirs as fractured rock masses has been extremely slow in becoming a standard industry practice, despite that fact that fields with such reservoirs are known from SE Asia, the carbonates of the Middle East and much more recently, the basement West of the Shetlands.