Proprietary Geoscience

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The Proprietary Geoscience group at Robertson (UK) Limited combines expertise from the key disciplines of Seismic and Non-Seismic Geophysics, Structural Geology and petroleum geology, supported as required by staff from our Technical Services departments, Specialist Services and the Reservoir and Economics Group.

The Proprietary Geoscience group works on single client projects, utilising client-provided data (seismic, non-seismic, well and geological) alongside the Robertson (UK) Limited multi-client data library. Each project is tailor-made to suit the client’s specific objectives, scope of work, time-frame and budget.

Scales and services offered

  • Regional: Integrated geological and geophysical exploration studies of regions or countries to develop a clear understanding of all the possible plays and active petroleum systems, to better understand the petroleum geology and exploration risks/rewards.
  • Basin: Screening exploration opportunities - both conventional and unconventional, providing second opinions and support for licence round reviews.
  • Block: Undertaking data-room analysis and due diligence for farm-in and farm-out opportunities, evaluating plays/leads/prospects, undertaking detailed attribute analysis, development of analogue data systems.
  • Field: Field/prospect evaluations, review of seismic interpretation and dry hole analysis and suitability studies for underground storage.

Integration with in-house data

The proprietary exploration geoscience team is fully resourced, and, where appropriate, is able to utilise the large in-house non-exclusive database accumulated over 50 years of operations in nearly every basin in the world to provide our clients with a full range of exploration related consultancy and services. Our Tellus™ tool allows us to gain a good understanding of basins, plays chronostratigraphy and structural setting. Regional Multi-Client Studies can add a valuable data source and insights to our regional experience.

Integration with Robertson departments and CGG

As CGG is a fully integrated Geoscience company we are able to offer an integrated product from equipment, acquisition and processing, to geology, geophysical and reservoir services. Within Robertson the department works closely with:

Key advantages

  • Software neutral with regard to interpretation packages (Petrel, Landmark, Kingdom all available in-house)
  • Worldwide experience and supported by in-house databases
  • Independent opinions offered
  • Integration with other Robertson disciplines (Biostratigraphy, Sedimentology, Geochemistry, Engineering & Economics and Petrophysics)
  • Ability to offer one-stop shop for ‘full’ Geophysical solution along with survey design, acquisition, processing and reservoir characterisation services through the CGG network
GeoConsulting - Exploration Geology and Geophysics

Exploration Geology and Geophysics

The Exploration Group at Robertson combines expertise from the key disciplines of Seismic and Non-Seismic Geophysics, Structural Geology and Petroleum Geology

GeoConsulting - Biostratigraphy

Biostratigraphy

Wellsite and routine stratigraphic services (micropalaeontology, palynology and nannofossils), high resolution reservoir stratigraphy, sequence stratigraphic evaluation and more.

GeoConsulting - Engineering and Economics

Engineering and Economics

Providing business solutions at an asset and company level to all participants in the exploration, development and production value chain.

GeoConsulting - Geochemistry

Geochemistry

Our Geochemistry services range from routine source rock and maturity analyses through oil, condensate and gas characterisation and migration modelling.

GeoConsulting - Sedimentology

Sedimentology

The Sedimentology unit's expertise extends to both clastic and carbonate facies, and includes the full spectrum of depositional environments.

GeoConsulting -  Structural Geology

Structural Geology

Experience at all scales, from fractures in thin section, through core logging, in situ stress analysis, assessment of fault seal and fault displacement, section balancing and fieldwork in frontier regions.