Confirmed UK 29th Licensing Round Blocks Revealed
PGS has 3D and 2D GeoStreamer® and modern 3D surveys that offer exciting new understanding of relevant areas on the East Shetland Platform and the Mid North Sea High.
There are two good reasons for evaluating the PGS data library before you bid on acreage in these frontier areas of the North Sea. Investment in high-quality data will be recognized in license application marking criteria, and new encouraging insights into the geology and the petroleum systems have been revealed by these 2D and 3D datasets.
Modern PGS seismic data provide the perfect starting point to define, resolve and characterize the many undrilled targets.
East Shetland Platform – Vast Unexploited Sub-BCU Potential
- 10 GeoStreamer surveys in 29th Round blocks
- Over 20 000 sq. km of PSTM/PSDM data throughout the wider area
- Palaeozoic-Jurassic reflectors clearly visible on the GeoStreamer surveys highlight large, undrilled, fault blocks and anticlines.
East-West oriented line across the Crawford Spur and the western edge of the Viking Graben (UKCS Quadrant 9 in MC3D-Q16-2013 survey)
Mid North Sea High - Modern 3D and Regional GeoStreamer 2D
- 1 500 sq. km 3D data
- 7 000 km 2D GeoStreamer data
- Fault blocks and faulted anticlinal folds containing pre-Westphalian potential reservoir packages can now be mapped in 3D, together with deep Devonian reflectors
(A) TWT-thickness map of a Z1-Z2 sulphate-carbonate platform (B) Full-stack Carboniferous structures and Zechstein build-ups (C) Relative acoustic impedance, with lithological discrimination of intra-Zechstein evaporite and carbonate clinothems.
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