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Issue 5, Volume 10, 2013
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Maximizing resolution from integrated seismic and quantitative biostratigraphy using CONOP
Central Asia represents an exciting frontier for oil exploration, from sub-salt to sub-thrust exploration. The region remains a hive of activity, boasting some of the largest oil and gas fields in the world, including Yolotan (Turkmenistan), Gazli (Uzbekistan) and Karachaganak (Kazakhstan). The implementation of new technology has revealed significant new potential in the Amu-Darya, Ustyurt and Afghan- Tajik Basins.
Since its production is tied to technological developments, well cost, and fraccing gas prices, tight gas is an economic issue
Geological Expression utilises sophisticated technology to deliver dramatic gains in productivity through a workflow whose structure will be familiar to seismic interpreters.
York Potash, a mining company based in north-east England, have discovered significant quantities of minerals for use as fertiliser, using technologies familiar to the oil and gas business.
Hydraulic fracturing has unlocked a vast, new oil and gas resource from very tight rocks. Innovative developments in nanotechnology are poised to make hydraulic fracturing more efficient, accountable, and much safer for the environment.
In a marine geophysical survey, every attempt is made to maintain the streamer at a constant optimum depth. But there are issues involved in selecting that optimum depth; too shallow, and the record tends to be noisy; too deep, and a ghost notch appears in the useful bandwidth of the seismic signal.
As the cableless seismic market grows it appears that the most flexible systems will be the winners.
An Exploration and Production organisation generates vast amounts of data in order to define and value its subsurface assets. But ultimate value will only be maximised if critical business decisions are made correctly, based upon the knowledge and understanding that data can provide.
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