As evaluations for the UK 30th Offshore Licensing Round begin, modern, high-quality broadband seismic data can help geoscientists highlight the remaining prospectivity of the mature North Sea.
Exploration in a mature basin requires technological advancements to identify potential new reservoirs. Significantly improved seismic imaging has rejuvenated interest in the search for missed or overlooked targets, and the identification of near-field opportunities.
During appraisal stages, dual-sensor broadband data can play a critical role in reducing risk and uncertainty in resource estimates. High-fidelity data volumes can be used to derive precise rock properties and provide a better understanding of lithology and fluid distribution. Allowing asset teams to make more informed field development decisions.
PGS has maintained investment in its MultiClient library. Ongoing acquisition and reprocessing of GeoStreamer dual-sensor broadband data in the North Sea is helping to develop these established plays, whilst also generating new ideas to revitalize this mature province.
Come and visit the PGS stand during the break-out sessions for more information, or attend the Seismic and Subsurface stream where Christine Roche will be presenting case studies to demonstrate what can be achieved using GeoStreamer technology throughout the life cycle of any field.
Venue: AECC (Aberdeen Exhibition & Conference Centre)