Category Archive: Applications in Action

NEOS Presenting at 2016 AAPG

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NEOS recently took on a project to asses the supply source of CO2 used for Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) in the northern Raton Basin. Onshore structurally complex areas, such as this, combined with large amount of igneous intrusions can be difficult to image at depth with seismic data alone. This multi-measurement interpretation study incorporating airborne- and ground-acquired …

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Our Geothermal Solution

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NEOS has created a solution to meet those geothermal challenges that each explorationist faces, allowing companies to de-risk their prospects through an enhanced understanding of the geothermal system. The delivery of an integrated, congruous, and consistent earth model provides geothermal operators with the insights required to make informed field development decisions, including: Attributed of the …

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Resistivity Imaging in a Fold and Thrust Belt

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Be sure to grab your April issue of First Break, and turn to this month’s special topic: EM & Potential Methods, where NEOS discusses the results from resistivity imaging using ZTEM and MT data in the geophysical study of a ~2900 km2 region of the northern Raton Basin in southern Colorado. Because of the land access and permitting issues, …

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An Emerging Hydrocarbon Province – Lebanon (Part 6 of 6)

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A 13-minute narrated slideshow describing some of the exciting findings about the oil & gas exploration potential of Lebanon is accessible by clicking here or on the image above. Click here to learn more about the Lebanon neoBASIN project on the Global Programs page of the NEOS web site.

An Emerging Hydrocarbon Province – Lebanon (Part 5 of 6)

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NEOS identified four distinct play types in the 6,000 sqkm area assessed on the Lebanon neoBASIN project: A Triassic interval (BLUE) which is geologically similar to the gas and condensate fields of Syria’s Palmyride Belt to the northeast of the survey area; A deeper (and potentially more gas prone) Paleozoic interval (PURPLE) also analogous to …

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An Emerging Hydrocarbon Province – Lebanon (Part 4 of 6)

Significant increase (log-scale) in intra-horizon resistivity as one moves up-section in the Cretaceous

On the Lebanon neoBASIN regional reconnaissance project, we acquired EM resistivity data from roughly 45 ground-based magnetotelluric (MT) stations that were deployed throughout the survey area.  Challenging topography and dynamic geo-political conditions on the ground didn’t always let us deploy the stations where we wanted to, but we did get some interesting results nonetheless. The …

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An Emerging Hydrocarbon Province – Lebanon (Part 3 of 6)

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Click here to read our article about our Lebanon neoBASIN project, published in OilVoice on the 20th of July.

An Emerging Hydrocarbon Province – Lebanon (Part 2 of 6)

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We continue our Lebanon neoBASIN project series, this time, taking a look at some large, basement-driven  structural highs that have been identified in the Triassic and Paleozoic intervals in the survey area. Our highly constrained, multi-measurement methodology for developing these types of 2-D cross-sectional models is covered elsewhere (you might review our MMI 101 narrated slideshow …

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An Emerging Hydrocarbon Province – Lebanon (Part 1 of 6)

Oil & Gas Fields of the Levant and Eastern Med.  6,000 sqkm Lebanon neoBASIN project area highlighted in black.

Greetings followers of NEOS.  There’s a really interesting oil & gas exploration story developing in a new frontier hydrocarbon province – of all places, in Lebanon!  I know, you probably are as skeptical reading this today as I was when our project started about a year ago.  But there is cause for hope in the Levant! …

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SEG Presentation: Case Study – Appalachian Basin

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The last presentation from our SEG Presentation Series is the narrated presentation: Case Study – Appalachian Basin. Take a few minutes to learn more about this program and how we used predictive analytics to depict the most (and least) prospective areas for leasing, drilling or further G&G study in the Marcellus shale, resulting in improved …

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