TGS Geoscience Interpretation

For the Geoscientist who needs regional subsurface knowledge, TGS’ multi-disciplinary Geoscience Interpretation group has consistently delivered best-in-class multi-client, basin-wide studies to the industry for over 20 years to reduce the risk, time and cost of the exploration-cycle. We combine unparalleled volumes of well and seismic data with geological experience to provide our clients with trusted high-quality solutions.

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Facies Map Browser (FMB)

The Facies Map Browser (FMB) is a unique and proprietary application designed specifically to deliver the results of TGS' worldwide Sequence Stratigraphic Studies.

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Play Fairway Analysis (PFA)

TGS’ Play Fairway Analysis studies integrate our seismic and well databases to evaluate the petroleum system of a region by mapping and risking the regional distribution of the key elements of the reservoir, source, and seal facies.

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Seismic Interpretation and Prospectivity

TGS interpret geological and geophysical datasets to support the entire exploration cycle from regional interpretations through to detailed prospect evaluations, including petrophysical and volumetric analyses.

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Post Well Analysis (PWA)

Provides a comprehensive study based on historic analogues to deliver a basin-wide understanding of the significant reasons for both exploration success and failures. The study utilizes both well and seismic data, and includes detailed geological, petrophysical and geophysical analysis.

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Basin Temperature Modeling (BTM)

TGS has developed a methodology for generating accurate Basin Temperature Models (BTM’s) to support exploration in shale plays. Models are available for the most active Basins in North America.

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Formation Tops

TGS generates a consistent and accurate set of well log formation tops to help with basin e valuation and hydrocarbon exploration. Using the industry’s largest well log database, experienced geologists have constructed cross-sections and correlated wells to generate a consistent set of tops in major basins across North America.