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Permian Basin

GPI is pleased to announce new 3D seismic surveys in one of the most active onshore oil plays in the U.S., the Permian Basin. The Flying Dutchman surveys are located in the heart of the Midland Basin in Midland and Upton Counties, Texas. The projects use modern, high effort, wide azimuth three-dimensional imaging to assist operators in optimizing their drilling, completion and production strategies in order to maximize the stacked pay potential of the Midland Basin. The first 290 square mile survey, Flying Dutchman, has been completed and is available for licensing. The 111 square mile FD East extension is underway and processed data will be available in late 2017.

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Gulf of Mexico Flex Trend Update

GPI and Schlumberger recently completed an imaging optimization project of the Flex Trend WAZ project along the Gulf of Mexico shelf break. The project covers approximately 300 blocks in an area where no legacy long-offset or wide azimuth data exists.

The optimization project updated the velocity model at depth & sub-salt via a Rock Properties modeling based upon key deep wells in the area, and benefitted from a refined post migration conditioning sequence. The final products include a RTM and KDM, along with KDM offset gathers and angle stacks. Please contact us for additional questions or licensing inquiries.

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When your success depends on quality seismic data, turn to the professionals and vast multi-client library at Geophysical Pursuit Inc. (GPI). For more than 30 years, both large and small energy companies have counted on GPI to supply the seismic required to make the right decisions.

GPI owns what it licenses. Through joint ventures or on our own, we’ve acquired approximately 21,000 miles of 2-D data and nearly 19,000 mi2 of 3-D data. Quality data in mature and pioneer regions could make GPI your primary seismic provider.


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