TGS provides global data solutions that assure oil and gas operators' reservoir production and the highest payback for Increased Oil Recovery (IOR) schemes.
This is achieved through the deployment of Permanent Reservoir Monitoring (PRM) solutions that collect seismic information about the behavior of the reservoir, enabling increased production and reserves at lower cost and risk over the production life of a field.
By installing a Stingray® fiber-optic sensing system permanently on the seabed, operators are able to acquire repeatable, high fidelity, four-component time-lapse data (4C/4D) on a frequent basis. "Listening with light" using optical sensors enables TGS to deliver a step-change in reliability and to safely deploy the system in all field scenarios including obstructed areas, deep and ultra-deepwater.
Together with its global network of trusted partners, TGS is able to provide complete, integrated seismic PRM from feasibility planning through to processing and reservoir services.
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TGS Sponsors Second EAGE Workshop on PRM
This important Workhop in Stavanger, Norway will highlight recent successes and investigate new trends for Permanent Reservoir Monitoring, contributing towards a better understanding of PRM and its wider application in the future.
Enlightening the Reservoir with Optical PRM Solutions
In this short film, TGS experts discuss the origins of its “listening with light” technology while independent and experienced PRM practitioners highlight the critical role of permanent installations in meeting the future global energy challenge.
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Advantaged Fiber-optic Technology
Originating from a unique fiber sensing technology designed for underwater defense applications, TGS' Stingray fiber-optic PRM systems are inherently more reliable than electrical alternatives.
Listening with Light®
Learn more about the optical architecture of Stingray PRM systems and how a fiber-optic sensor works, enabling full-wave seismic data acquisition and monitoring using compact topside recording equipment with low electrical power requirements.