Our technology provides the most detailed reservoir characterization in the market, improving unconventional resource development through more accurate placement of clusters and frac stages.

An industry standard downhole data logger is used to collect data in the normal course of drilling, from which high-resolution measurements of mechanical rock properties, such as Young’s Modulus, Poisson’s Ratio and the location of intersected natural fractures can be made.

An industry standard downhole data logger is used to collect data in the normal course of drilling, from which high-resolution measurements of mechanical rock properties, such as Young’s Modulus, Poisson’s Ratio and the location of intersected natural fractures can be made.


Our technology provides the most detailed reservoir characterization in the market, improving unconventional resource development through more accurate placement of clusters and frac stages.

An industry standard downhole data logger is used to collect data in the normal course of drilling, from which high-resolution measurements of mechanical rock properties, such as Young’s Modulus, Poisson’s Ratio and the location of intersected natural fractures can be made.

An industry standard downhole data logger is used to collect data in the normal course of drilling, from which high-resolution measurements of mechanical rock properties, such as Young’s Modulus, Poisson’s Ratio and the location of intersected natural fractures can be made.


Fracture ID delivers critical oil and gas reservoir properties to exploration and production (E&P) companies to help lower drilling and completion costs and increase hydrocarbon recoveries.

Fracture ID uses proprietary Drillbit Geomechanics™ to analyze at-the-bit vibrations for detailed reservoir characterization, providing the basis for improved unconventional resource development economics through informed frac stage and perf cluster placement.

An industry standard downhole data logger is used to collect data in the normal course of drilling, from which high resolution measurements of mechanical rock properties such as Young’s Modulus, Poisson’s Ratio and the location of intersected natural fractures can be made.


Our technology provides the most detailed reservoir characterization in the market, improving unconventional resource development through more accurate placement of clusters and frac stages.

An industry standard downhole data logger is used to collect data in the normal course of drilling, from which high-resolution measurements of mechanical rock properties, such as Young’s Modulus, Poisson’s Ratio and the location of intersected natural fractures can be made.