Tag Archive: MMI

Updated: NEOS Corporate Video

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NEOS is unlike any other oilfield services company.  In the words of NEOS President and CEO, Jim Hollis, “We are changing the way the industry looks for oil and gas.” To learn more about the value that our multi-measurement interpretation methodology is delivering to clients around the world, as well as what makes NEOS unique, …

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A Multi-Method Approach for Exploring the Neuquén Basin


In GeoExPro‘s Issue 2, 2014, out this month, a NEOS case study on one of the most dynamic and underexplored hydrocarbon systems, the Neuquén Basin. …several operators in the region began to look ‘outside of the box’ for a fast and efficient exploration method in which the target shale intervals could be mapped and the most …

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2014 Update: NEOS Corporate Slideshow (Narrated)


To learn more about NEOS and our Multi-Measurement Interpretation methodology for oil & gas exploration, appraisal, and development, click on the image below to access our latest narrated slideshow. To learn more about NEOS GeoSolutions, click here to access the Resources page on our web site.

Unlock the Potential: Eco-Assurance

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For millions of years, Appalachian gas has migrated toward the surface along naturally occurring faults. Frequently, it gets trapped in shallow structures difficult to see on seismic images. Abandoned and undocumented wellbores, some a century old, compound the problem. Drilling into a shallow gas pocket en route to the Marcellus or Utica Shale can throw …

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Unlock the Potential: Tioga

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Thanks to unconventional drilling and extraction techniques, the Appalachian Basin has experienced a multi-billion dollar economic resurgence. In Tioga County, Pennsylvania, a methodology called Multi- measurement Interpretation (MMI) has been introduced by NEOS GeoSolutions to provide a better understanding of the basin. NEOS acquired airborne geophysical data – magnetic, electromagnetic (EM), radiometric, gravity, and hyperspectral …

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Neil O’Sphere Observes a Marcellus Frac Job

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What a great time several of us had in the Greater Pittsburgh area last week (and no, it wasn’t to celebrate the first playoff appearance by the Pirates after twenty consecutive losing seasons)! After two solid days of collaborative brainstorming in an unconventional shale workshop hosted by our largest customer, a dozen of us – NEOS …

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Unlock the Potential: Ventura

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Over the past 150 years, California’s Ventura Basin has been one of the world’s most productive regions, yielding nearly 4 billion barrels of oil. Coinciding with the shale boom and the subsequent search for sweet spots in the Monterey Shale, as well as recent multi-hundred-million barrel discoveries in the nearby San Joaquin Basin, explorationists have …

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Unlock the Potential: Neuquen

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Argentina’s Neuquén Basin is one of the world’s most dynamic and underexplored hydrocarbon systems. Its two principal shale targets – Los Molles and Vaca Muerta – have been rich source rocks for the conventional reservoirs that have been produced in the basin for more than 50 years. With new technologies available for unconventional asset exploration …

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Neuquen neoBASIN Program Continues to Expand

TOC variations across various formations outcropping in Argentina's Neuquen Basin. Image is roughly 10km across x 30 km long. Red = High TOC; Blue = Low TOC

NEOS has completed Phase I of its multi-measurement project in Argentina’s Neuquen Basin, having delivered the results to the program’s underwriters (a group that included a North American supermajor). This particular survey made extensive use of hyperspectral imaging to map outcrops, detect oil seeps, identify indirect hydrocarbon indicators, and even delineate Total Organic Carbon (TOC) variations on an areal basis …

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Unlocking the Potential of Appalachia

Dr. Craig Beasley presenting our work in the Appalachian Basin.

NEOS presented at the Geophysical Society of Pittsburgh (GSP), a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting the science of geophysics in the Appalachian Basin. NEOS’s Dr. Craig Beasley, Vice President of Exploration, presented “Unlocking the Potential of Appalachia,” a talk in which Dr. Beasley shared highlights from several recent multi-measurement interpretation (MMI) projects in the region. …

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