Skip to main content

FairfieldNodal adds to Delaware Basin database

Published by
Oilfield Technology,

FairfieldNodal’s Red Tank acquisition project in the Delaware Basin continues to progress on schedule. 380 square miles of fast-track data are now available, completing this portion of the project. Final PSTM data will be available mid-December 2017, and a PSDM product is expected in early Q1 2018.

The Red Tank multi-client survey, which began earlier this year, is in the heart of the New Mexico portion of the Delaware Basin. This high-resolution 3D survey adds more than 380 square miles to the company’s regional contiguous database of 3000 square miles.

The acquisition target for this survey is the Bone Spring through Wolfcamp formations, providing operators with crucial information they need to make the right decisions in these highly productive zones. To ensure customers have the best image possible, FairfieldNodal is processing the data using a variety of the latest techniques for noise removal, signal conditioning, azimuthal analysis and imaging.

Read the article online at:

You might also like


Embed article link: (copy the HTML code below):


This article has been tagged under the following:

Upstream news Seismic news Exploration news Oil & gas news