Technical Library

Seismic Data, Processing, Technology, Well Data Reports and Industry and Trade Publication Features, from the Experts at TGS

MSGBC: Where is the next success?

October 25, 2018
TGS

Exploring the Norwegian Atlantic Margin: Møre and Vøring Basins

June 1, 2018
BENT KJØLHAMAR, JAN LANGHAMMER, NICK WOODBURN, REIDUN MYKLEBUST and SIMON BALDOCK
By the end of 2018 TGS will have acquired a total of 45,000 km2 of high resolution 3D seismic across the Møre and Vøring Basins in the Norwegian Sea. This.

Liberia, A Fresh Approach

October 1, 2017
BEN SAYERS and ALEX BIRCH-HAWKINS, RUFUS TARNUE, GERRARD SPEAR, LAUREN MAYHEW,
Recent exploration in Liberia has not provided the commercial success we all want, with the most recent well, Mesurado-1 (drilled by ExxonMobil in Block.

Clari-Fi™ Broadband Processed 2D Seismic in Portugal and the Mid-North Sea High

September 1, 2016
SINDRE JANSEN, WILL BRADBURY and BENT ERLEND KJØLHAMAR
Clari-Fi™ is a broadband processing package which includes denoising, deghosting, designature and inverse-Q. A multi-domain denoising process attenuates.

Deepwater Kwanza Basin. A Prospective Pre-Salt Province?

October 1, 2015
Cian O’Reilly, Dario Chisari, James Clarke, Sadiqah Musa, Dr. Jennifer Halliday, Ian Deighton, Erika Tibocha and Paul Chandler
TGS acquired a high resolution multi-client 3D seismic survey over Blocks 35, 36 and 37 in the Kwanza Basin offshore Angola. A 3D Kirchhoff and Reverse.

Gulf of Mexico: Post Well Analysis

September 1, 2015
Alessio Checconi, Peter Conn, David Little, Edward Smith, James Stockley, Erika Tibocha;
 In order to assess the four key risk factors for exploration – reservoir, trap, seal, and charge (source and migration) – an interdisciplinary approach.

The Hoop Area: New testing ground for geophysical technologies

May 1, 2015
Bent Kjølhamar
The Hoop Basin was named after Der Hoop, a ship belonging to one of the great Arctic explorers, William Barents. Meaning ’hope’ in his native Dutch, this.

Hoop Basin: Drilling success and playground for new exploration methods

September 1, 2014
BENT KJØLHAMAR, CHRISTOPHER SÆBØ SERCK, CAMILLA BROCH PEDERSEN, REIDUN MYKLEBUST
The Hoop Fault Complex area of the Barents Sea has seen great exploration success lately. The area offers a condensed Paleozoic and Mesozoic succession.

New insights on the Alaskan Chukchi Sea

March 1, 2014
Brad Torry, Thane Strandberg, Abu Chowdhury, Jason Kegel, James Keay
operationally challenging, environmentally sensitive and seasonally limited; the vast bounds of the underexplored basins of the arctic region remain of.

Danish sector: Insight into mature and deeper plays

October 1, 2013
Will Bradbury, Steve Drewell, Gulnara Hickman
TGS' new regional 2D long-offset seismic survey of the Danish sector employs innovative processing techniques already proven in the North Sea and around.

Advances in deepwater reservoir monitoring

February 2, 2012
MARTIN BETT
With the market for Permanent Reservoir Monitoring (PRM) continuing to grow along with deepwater field expenditure (Douglas-Westwood forecasts global deep.

West of Shetland: Improved sub-basalt imaging

February 1, 2010
TGS
Extensive thick sequences of basalt dominate the northwest flank of the Faroe Shetland Basin. Recent reprocessing of this long offset data dramatically.

A new approach to deepwater frontier exploration

February 1, 2009
Jane Whaley
When a company is considering a new frontier area for exploration, a number of crucial questions require a rapid answer. The foremost of these is whether.

Acquiring seismic data in The Arctic Realm

December 1, 2008
TGS
"We have just completed one of the most demanding seismic acquisition programmes we have ever undertaken˝, says Jørn Christiansen, principal advisor to.

The Russian Chukchi Sea

May 1, 2008
V. Verzhbitsky, E. Frantzen, T. Savostina, A. Little, S. D. Sokolov, M. I. Tuchkova
In 2006, TGS-NOPEC Geophysical Company acquired 3600km of multi-client 2D seismic in the Russian Chukchi Sea in cooperation with Geophysical Solutions.

Oil and gas resources of Northeast Greenland

October 1, 2007
Donald L. Gautier
The new assessment carried out by USGS indicates that northeastern Greenland may be a very important future petroleum province. If the mean estimate of 31.

Deep imaging find new plays

May 1, 2007
Jørn B. Christiansen,
There was little industry interest in 2002 and 2003 when TGS launched the idea of aquiring a new generation of regional, long offset, long recording 2D.

Imaging deep into The Gulf of Mexico

January 1, 2007
Thomas Smith,
It is no secret that it is becoming more and more of a challenge to meet the expected production increases in the Gulf of Mexico. With its incredible.

Offshore West Greenland - frontier exploration!

November 1, 2006
GEO ExPro
In 2005 the Bureau of Minerals and Petroleum in cooperation with Nunaoil A/S and TGS-NOPEC acquired more than 3,200 km of new 2D seismic data offshore.

Rock and roll and all that...seismic!

January 1, 2006
Jane Whaley
T GS always had, and still has, a very different philosophy from most seismic companies, with a distinct business model," Hank explains. "In effect, TGS.

More giants to be found

February 1, 2005
GEO ExPro
Two fields are currently being developed, significant amounts of oil and gas have already been found, and geological studies indicate that this is a.