First Barents Sea broadband reprocessed multiclient 3D
Geoprovider, the leading, low-cost, high-quality provider of multi-client geoscience data announced the release of its first multi-client reprocessed 3D seismic dataset in the Western Barents Sea, Norway.
The reprocessed broadband data covers 900 km2 of the Veslemøy High and reveals a working petroleum system and interesting prospects related to the 340 km2 megaclosure. Strong direct hydrocarbon indicators have been confirmed using angle stacks, gathers and multiple models. A full prospect evaluation, including advanced mud gas analysis, supports the presence of high-value targets, to feed into the new infrastructure of the Barents Sea.
Geir Helgesen, Geoprovider CEO commented: “We are proud of the team and our ability to deliver high quality data to our clients with fast turnaround times and careful attention to detail. The new 3D dataset is a milestone in the expansion of our data library, now reaching over 100 000 km of 2D and providing a cornerstone for frontier exploration in Norway.”
Source / More information : Geoprovider
Geoprovider’s full prospect evaluation supports the presence of high-value targets, to feed into the new infrastructure of the Barents Sea.Tweet
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