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TGS acquires new multi-client 3D-3C program in the Duvernay


Published Oct 8, 2014
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TGS, through its wholly-owned subsidiary Arcis Seismic Solutions, announces three new 3D-3C multi-client surveys covering 580 km2. The surveys, collectively titled Kaybob-Bigstone 3D, are located in West Central Alberta near Fox Creek and will expand TGS' existing coverage along the Duvernay fairway.

The program is designed to assist in the evaluation and development of multiple zones from the Cretaceous to Devonian, including emerging plays such as the Duvernay and Montney, along with established producing zones including Swan Hills, Gething, Notikewin and Dunvegan.

By using multi-component acquisition and including reservoir characterization deliverables, this data will help to develop greater reservoir understanding and will provide industry with new scientific information to support exploration activities. Processing will be performed by Arcis Seismic Solutions with initial data available to clients in Q2 2015.

This project is supported by industry funding.

Tags: TGS-NOPEC Geophysical Company




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