CGG continues to expand its multi-client data library in the Permian Basin, one of the most prolific areas in North America, with acquisition of the Central Basin Platform, our newest and highest density, onshore 3D survey.
This wide azimuth dataset complements other programs within the area including Gini, the reprocessing and upgrading of Leoncita and the four surveys combined to create the Hobo Depth Merge. Setting a new standard, these data sets employ the latest processing technology to address the noise and statics challenges in the area and enable better imaging. Several of our Permian Basin projects use a multi-disciplinary approach including advanced reservoir characterization to provide a complete reservoir package (ResPack).
The Central Basin Platform (CBP), our newest West Texas wide-azimuth 3D survey, covers 595 square miles and is located between the deeper Delaware Basin and the shallower Midland Basin. This high-density survey was designed to provide a better understanding of the structural complexity of the transition between the CBP and surrounding basins.
We have four data sets located in the Delaware Basin, including Gini a 481-square-mile 3D survey acquired using advanced broadband EmphasSeis™ sweeps and 3C multi-component sensors and Avalon 3D, a seismic survey offering 400-fold broadband data. Depth migrations are available for both surveys which target multiple geological formations of the Permian age.
The northeastern projects, located in the Midland basin, include the Hobo and Gypsy surveys as well as the Hobo Depth Merge, a volume that incorporates 2 additional smaller surveys to create a 658-square-mile data set which provides striking imaging of deep structures across the survey area.
A reservoir package for the Hobo, Gypsy and Avalon surveys are all available which tie the geophysical data to the geology, enabling enhanced sweet spot detection and improved hazard avoidance for optimal well placement.
Leoncita Merge is a 157-square-mile survey, located south of Gini, near the Alpine High and CGG has also entered into a brokerage agreement which adds the Grey Ranch Merge and ULS Ranch to the West Texas data library. These two surveys are located east of Leoncita Merge and provide imaging of multiple targets in the Val Verde, another sub-basin of the Permian Basin.
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