The Deltic Energy-Shell partnership is now working on updating the interpretation of the Pensacola structure in the North Sea.
The company is conducting an airborne Enhanced Full Tensor Gravity Gradiometry multi-client survey - together with magnetic and Lidar data - over the Upper Egypt region of the country.
ION will integrate and reimage approximately 24 000 km2 of MPME-held 3D data and can expand the scope to include 15 000 km of 2D data pending industry support.
The cordless 'green seismic' technology is connected via wireless systems, in lieu of cables, so the technology does not require special heavy machinery to install them.
Andrew Lewis and Bruce Karr, Fairfield Geotechnologies, USA, consider the emerging role of multi-client seismic data in unconventional asset development and exploration.