GeoStreamer X, a faster, smarter acquisition and subsurface imaging solution, reveals greater hydrocarbon potential in the Viking Graben by illuminating complex geological targets, with a significantly reduced environmental footprint.
Following the launch of the Hydrogen Energy Supply Chain pilot in 2018, Australia has taken important step towards developing a hydrogen industry in May 2020 as key legislation passed through Parliament.
Scott Opdyke, Cyrille Reiser, Tiago Alcantara and Elena Polyaeva; PGS
Eastern Canada is one of the most promising deepwater exploration areas in the world, where the implementation of state-of-the-art imaging technology is critical to develop a more detailed local subsurface understanding.
Geoscience magazine GEO ExPro Vol. 17, No. 2 is available for download. This edition of GEO ExPro focuses on North America and the Gulf of Mexico; New Technologies; Near Surface Geophysics; and Changing Public Perceptions.
Is it time for the world’s most influential oil players – OPEC, North America and Russia – to engage and take collective leadership and responsibility? 2020 has already demonstrated that stabilizing oil markets has passed the politics of finger pointing and blaming each other.
Salt and evaporites in general are often regarded as both an excellent seal for hydrocarbons and an operational challenge to drill through – but salt biostratigraphy can also provide a valuable source of information for geoscientists in oil and gas exploration.
Subsurface interpretation using AI is here and being used on live projects. It is delivering clear improvements in subsurface understanding at a time when it has never been more important to make the correct decision to drill or to drop.
While wandering 240 km across California from Bakersfield to Death Valley, the geotourist can marvel at a range of superlative wonders, from the densest developed oil field to the deepest canyon and the lowest point in the United States.