Analytical Testing Services

Greenhouse Gases

AB32 / California Air Resources Board Procedure for Flash Emissions of Greenhouse Gases and Other Compounds from Crude Oil and Natural Gas Separator and Tank Systems

Petroleum, Power, and Processing

Petroleum testing capabilities include over 80 crude, condensate and gas tests by EPA, ASTM, and GPA Methods:

  • Routine and customized crude profiles, including distillation
  • Natural gas liquids analysis
  • Compositional gas analysis
  • Sulfur analysis
  • Bitumen and tar analysis

Power, industrial processing, and emissions source testing services include:

  • Gases – compliance, fuel gas, and other compositional gas analyses
  • Waters – boilers; waste, source, ground, and storm water analyses
  • Biomass and biofuels characterization
  • Laboratory-based tests for sulfur and other particulates


Oilfield and wastewater analysis

  • Geochem and BLM characterizations
  • Water and fluid compatibility testing for injection, source water, cogeneration, and EOR
  • Assessments of potential corrosiveness and scalability, including organic acids
  • Glycol and oil / grease analysis
  • Waste waters

Groundwater & Wastewater Testing

  • Dairy Product Pollutants
  • Injection Wastewater Analysis
  • Injection Water Quality
  • Irrigation Water Suitability Analysis
  • Petroleum Refining Pollutants I & II
  • Priority Pollutants, Metals
  • Priority Pollutants, Organics (VOCs / SVOCs)
  • Priority Pollutants, Pesticides / PCBs
  • Storm Water Testing 
  • VOC Sump Rule Testing 

Environmental Compliance (Federal and California)

As an ELAP-certified laboratory focusing on the petroleum, refining, and power industries, our services are tailored to support testing of groundwater, soil, and wastewater for constituents specific to California and Federal regulations.

Federal and State Agencies we work with include:

  • Environmental Protection Agency and the Bureau of Land Management
  • California Air Resources Board (CARB) and the Air Pollution Control Districts (APCD)
  • California State Water Resources Control Board and Regional Water Quality Control Boards
  • Division of Oil, Gas and Geothermal Resources (DOGGR)

Tests matrices include: volatile organic, semi-volatile organic, and inorganic compounds; anions, dissolved gases; and petroleum constituents. Test applications include:

  • Drilling Muds and Cuttings – under 40 CFR and CA Titles 22 & 27
  • Gases – including Rule 4402 San Joaquin Valley APCD
  • Crude – including Rule 325 HOST Test Method, LBNL
  • Waters – produced, injection, waste, sumps, storm, NPDES, Geochem, DOGGR, BLM Geotechnical Production Brine Analysis and VOCs Sump Rule (including San Joaquin Valley APCD Rule 4402)
  • Solids – tanks, sumps, and soils
  • Hazardous Waste Testing – including 40 CFR; CA Titles 22 and 27; SW-846
    • Ignitability
    • Corrosivity
    • Reactivity
    • Toxic – TTLC/STLC/TCLP testing, Acute Aquatic Bioassay
    • SW-846 Analytical Tests: Semi-volatile Organic Compounds by EPA 8270C, Volatile Organic Compounds by EPA 8260B, Pesticides by EPA 8081, PCBs by EPA 8082.