East Shetland Platform
With the long awaited UKCS 29th Frontier License Round upon us, discover the Palaeozoic to Eocene potential on the East Shetland Platform with 3D GeoStreamer® data.
15 000 sq. km of available 3D GeoStreamer data reveal multiple plays across the underexplored platform area, providing new insights into the geology and prospectivity of this key large frontier region. Proven and inferred targets include Palaeogene deltaic, shelfal and deep water sandstones, Triassic and Jurassic sandstones, Permo-Carboniferous carbonates and sandstones, fractured Devonian sandstones and fractured crystalline basement. The list is almost endless!
GeoStreamer is the Data You Need
Vast, unexploited sub-BCU potential has come to light, (see examples below). Palaeozoic-Jurassic reflectors are now visible on the GeoStreamer surveys and can be clearly mapped, highlighting large, as yet undrilled, fault blocks and anticlines. These resemble the simple large structural traps that characterize the existing Devonian fields, e.g. Cairngorm, Buchan & Clair, which typically contain a significant amount of recoverable reserves (some >1,000 MMboe).
Ten PGS surveys are available within the 29th Round Area of Interest, with more available in adjacent areas. Each was acquired within the last five years using GeoStreamer and imaged with PSTM or PSDM, providing the clearest images of the Palaeozoic section. More accurate sub-BCU imaging is now possible thanks to the surveys available in the area (see below).
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PGS surveys available in the UK 29th License Round area
East-West oriented line across the Crawford Spur and the western edge of the Viking Graben (UKCS Quadrant 9 in MC3D-Q16-2013 survey). Several deep-seated extensional structures are visible and have been annotated, including a prominent Devonian syn-rift wedge and partly inverted intra-platform Triassic basin (Crawford-Skipper Basin). The line is mostly undrilled, except for the wells targeting the Triassic-Jurassic Crawford field
Expanded view of the Crawford Discovery. The relative acoustic impedance image reveals several previously undetected subtle listric fault blocks, highlighting the highly compartmentalized geometry of the Triassic-Jurassic reservoir interval.
(A) Post-stack run-sum showing possible gas escape features (B) Full-stack Paleocene amplitude anomalies and Devonian fault blocks. Data example from PGS survey MC3D-Q15-2014 GeoStreamer (ESP)