Category Archive: Applications in Action

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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NEOS Article in E&P: What’s Lurking in Your Basement?

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    An article – entitled, What’s Lurking in Your Basement – was just featured in the January 2015 issue of Hart’s E&P magazine. NEOS has been advocating a multi-physics approach to basement imaging for some time, as variations in basement topography, faulting, and composition can all play a big role in influencing source rock …

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SEG Presentation: Imaging the Basement

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The narrated presentation, Imaging the Basement, from our SEG Presentation Series is now available for viewing. Click on the image above to learn about the NEOS multi-physics approach to mapping basement topography, faulting and composition in support of regional exploration and development drilling programs. Visit our website for more on basement imaging.

SEG Presentation: Aquifer Delineation for E&P Operations

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The next presentation from our SEG Presentation Series is the narrated presentation: Aquifer Delineation for E&P Operations. Tune in for more on the application of multi-measurement interpretation techniques to map groundwater and identify best water well locations in support of E&P drilling, fracing, and waterflooding operations. To view the presentation click on the image or …

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SEG Presentation: Predictive Analytics in Exploration

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The next presentation from our SEG Presentation Series is the narrated presentation: Predictive Analytics in Exploration. Sit back and relax, while you listen and discover how geostatisitical predictive analytic methods are successfully leveraged for superior understanding of subsurface conditions and reservoir performance as well as to support deeply integrated, highly-informed project decision-making. Click here or …

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SEG Presentation: Neuquén Basin Case Study

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The next installment in our SEG Presentation Series, is a narrated presentation on a NEOS Case Study in the Neuquén Basin. Tune in to discover how multi-measurement interpretation (MMI) has helped to highgrade Vaca Muerta shale acreage and identify prospective well locations in Argentina. Access the presentation by clicking here or on the image below. …

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SEG Presentation: An Introduction to NEOS and Multi-Physics Interpretation in Oil & Gas Exploration

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Last week, NEOS joined 350 other companies, government agencies, and research and educational institutions at the 84th Annual Meeting of the Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG).  NEOS exhibited from a new booth on the exhibition show floor featuring, for the first time ever, a booth theater. Various presentations were delivered within the theater on an …

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Case Study: MMI to Predict BTU Content of Marcellus Wells

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Out in the October AAPG Explorer – the Geophysical Review edition – an article on NEOS’ work in the Marcellus resource play over a roughly 2,500 square-mile area in northwestern Pennsylvania. Click here (or on the image above) for the full article. For more on NEOS’ work in the Marcellus, visit the Appalachian neoBASIN webpage.

The Importance of Basement (Narrated Slideshow)

Basement plays a key role in establishing geologic environments conducive to hydrocarbon generation. Learn more about how through a multi-physics approach in which gravity, magnetic and EM datasets are simultaneously integrated, inverted and interpreted, NEOS helps to illuminate the basement and reveal key drivers of reservoir performance beyond the shale. Click on the image below …

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Near Surface Geoscience – NEOS in First Break

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Given heightened environmental awareness among all key stakeholders involved in oil and gas exploration and development, generating insights about geologically associated features on the surface and in the near-surface are becoming nearly as important as insights about reservoirs themselves. In this month’s First Break, A Multi-Physics Approach to Near-Surface Characterization Over the Marcellus Shale – …

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