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Data Integration and Interpretation Studies


Successful land seismic and passive explorations require reliable technology, as well as local experts who have a detailed understanding of local conditions and constraints.


SeismicReprWe have long known that integration is critical. However, integrating at the data level is just the start.


Enabling critical insight in complex reservoirs requires the integration of work processes. This allows the capture and preservation of knowledge, from exploration to production and beyond.


At PGES, our breadth of experience, global coverage, safety and environmental practices, and technology enable us to provide our operator clients with optimum results, delivered on time, with the least risk to people, the environment, or the operation.


We provides dedicated teams of geophysicists who specialize in passive survey design, inversion services, geological and geophysical interpretation studies, and integrated design and processing. Our experts provide the link to a broad range of integration services focusing on passive exploration disciplines.


Experts and geophysicists provide consistency between all models, combining information from a number of data acquisition technologies. Building accurate earth models often relies on the integration of disparate measurements from various disciplines. 


Reducing uncertainty for hydrocarbon exploration by integrating seismic and nonseismic data, measurements and methods PGES provides data integration and interpretation services. 


Full Tensor Gravity is in line with the Passive Seismic results via M#1 and therefore also with the P-1 prospect from the TWT. 


Seismic Line K74-2, the Passive Seismic Potential II’ and FTG Closure’s M#2 & M#3 appears to be located between shot points 1700 and 1900


Passive Seismic Pot. I, II, III, VII. 


Passive Seismic Potential II and FTG closure’s M#2, M#3 and M#4 appear to be located between shot points 1700 and 1900 with a main peak of hydrocarbon potential localized quite specifically between shot 1750-1780.