The exploration process for oil & gas companies involves deep geologic analysis of data which comes from multiple sources. Now vital data on reserve volumes, seismic activity and petrophysical porosity and permeability can be gathered and analysed quickly and effectively. Topographical surveys using drones or IoT-enabled well exploration are just some of the ways technology is reinventing geological exploration.
Measuring reserve volumes with drones
This solution uses drone technology to make topographical surveys as simple as pushing a button.
Cheaper than traditional exploration methods
IoT enabled well exploration
This seismic acquisition solution uses wireless sensors to measure seismic activity. It is a highly scalable, easy to deploy solution that provides instant access to seismic data for real-time analysis. The sensors are deployed from the air, so data can be gathered in even the harshest places, from deserts to tundra. With the potential for use in a variety of scenarios such as exploration and fracturing, this solution can quickly and easily collect the data needed for a full 3D subsurface analysis, all while ensuring quality control and data processing in real time. Other notable features include battery life management, high-performance communications, configurable devices to handle thousands of sensors and complex connection topologies.
Increased ease and speed of data collection
Petrophysical analysis with machine learning
This petrophysical analysis software uses machine learning and visualisation tools to maximise the value of subsurface data. It analyses petrophysical properties to give the user a clearer understanding of attributes such as porosity and water saturation. The tool can be used to develop custom interpretation modules and workflows. These include generating permeability and porosity models in carbonates or unconventional reservoirs, or predicting production curves and using data clustering for more sophisticated analysis.
Clearer reservoir understanding
Ocean-mapping submersible robot
This submersible robot for deep sea exploration monitors the oceans to map deep regions in detail and analyse how they change over time, as well as detecting naturally seeping hydrocarbons. Using built-in self-learning algorithms, the vehicle requires minimal human intervention and operates autonomously in all marine conditions, helping to reduce exploration time and costs.
Our team has decades of collective experience, spanning all areas of industrial operations.
Dr Nick Mayhew
Chief Commercial Officer
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