Searcher Seismic introduced the enlargement of its trendy offshore knowledge library with the completion of its Northern Basins Prospectivity Study in Papua New Guinea.
Searcher, along side Discover Geoscience, has compiled the Northern Basins Prospectivity Study following its profitable acquisition of the Solomon Sea Broadband Non-Exclusive 2D seismic survey in 2017.
The research presents the trade an in depth understanding of the basins and hydrocarbon potential of the area, with intensive protection of the Cape Vogel, Bougainville and New Ireland Basins.
The Northern Basins Prospectivity Study accommodates an evaluation of the Sequence Stratigraphic Framework, with Chronostratigraphy unified with that from Searcher’s Gulf of Papua Prospectivity Study. It additionally incorporates Tectonostratigraphic Elements, Palaeogeography, Gravity & Magnetic Interpretation, Petroleum System Analysis, Regional Hydrocarbon Modelling and at last a abstract of Play Concepts.
Simon Crellin, Sales Director for Searcher Seismic, stated the Northern Basins of Papua New Guinea have piqued the curiosity of Oil & Gas corporations targeted on exploration in frontier basins.
“For the primary time, trendy seismic knowledge has unveiled detailed imaging of the subsurface inside the Northern Basins and this research enhances this seismic knowledge by offering a complete geological understanding of the area, with a number of performs varieties recognized.”
“The potential for this area is critical, with the research offering new gentle on basins that beforehand had little or no knowledge and evaluation undertaken so far” Mr Crellin added.
The Northern Basins Prospectivity Study is now obtainable along side the Solomon Sea Non-Exclusive 2D Seismic Survey.
(Source and picture: Searcher Seismic)
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