CGG is acquiring, processing and analyzing geochemical data from the sea floor (Seeps) and from satellite (Slicks).
The seep survey was carried out by CGG in June 2016. The area was covered by 272 successful core sites, whose locations can be seen on the map. All the samples were acquired using gravity coring, as the most rapid, generally more efficient, and safest method.
Over the Northern Viking Graben region CGG’s study comprises of 135 weather compliant satellite SAR scenes, see coverage map below. These create a near 15x temporal coverage (temporal coverage allows for an increase in slick confidence by removing ambiguity in the interpretation and allowing for the episodic nature of seeps) for the region and record over 100 slicks including potential seepage and repeating slick sites.
Our Geochemistry services range from routine source rock and maturity analyses through to oil, condensate and gas characterisation and migration modelling.
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