Bade

The Bade survey is over 28,000km2 of FALCON® Airborne Gravity Gradiometer (AGG) multi-client data, within the Papuan Foreland Basin in East Indonesia. Bade covers onshore PSC, JSA and open acreage, in a highly under-explored region of West Papua, along trend from multi-TCF gas fields and recent oil discoveries in Papua New Guinea (PNG).

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Geology

The island of New Guinea, the second largest island in the world, lies across the northern margin of Australia and records a complex structural and tectonic evolution. The Papuan Foreland Basin hosts up to 16 kilometres of Paleozoic to Cenozoic sedimentary infill and is part of the Northern Australia-Eastern Indonesia-PNG Super Gas Province. The Cross-Catalina and Kau oil fields confirm the existence of a working petroleum system in the foreland and demonstrate the potential for additional discoveries.

Interpretation

The Bade survey benefits from an integrated interpretation performed by CGG’s Multi-Physics group. The main aim of this interpretation is to improve understanding of this structurally complex area by identifying prospective structures in the Mesozoic syn-rift sequence.

FALCON® Technology

The Bade data was acquired using the FALCON® Airborne Gravity Gradiometer system.

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FALCON benefits:

  • FALCON airborne gravity gradiometry provides the highest sensitivity to gravity, the best spatial resolution and the best rejection of the aircraft motion effects
  • Maps geological targets, structural, basement, carbonate platforms, fold/thrust belt terrains, intrusives and volcanics 
  • Falcon provides the greatest bandwidth and lowest noise
  • Unique ability to create a measured error map
  • Conforming technology provides all long wavelengths of an anomaly

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