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neoSCAN in Action: Athabasca Uranium Deposits, Canada

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The Athabasca Basin is a 100,000 km2 region of northern Saskatchewan, Canada that is home to the world’s leading source of high-grade uranium. The basin is filled with sandstone sediment varying from 100 to 1,000 metres in depth. The uranium ore is mostly found at the base of this sandstone, at the point where it meets the basement. …

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The neoSCAN – Keeps Explorers Exploring in a $50 Oil World

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This is an actual and recent quote from a Global Basin Studies manager at one of Europe’s most successful oil & gas exploration companies. And I’m sure he’s not the only one with this opinion. In fact, during the last oil price bust (in 2008-09) some of us heard similar things at our former employer …

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NEOS Returns to NAPE with the Message: Keep Exploring Using MMI

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NEOS is gearing up for the NAPE Summit next week.  And like many of you, we have one eye fixed on the market and the price of oil.  But we are not just watching.  We are finding ways we can help our customers keep exploring in this low-price environment. Airborne-acquired, multi-measurement interpretation (MMI) is proving …

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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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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: 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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Set to Take the Stage at SEG

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At this year’s SEG in Denver, NEOS will join other great industry minds to share the latest case histories and technological advancements. Not only will we have a booth theater packed each day with presentations on real-world case studies and the latest innovations in MMI, but several of our geoscientists have been selected to share …

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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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Your Basement is Full of Dark Secrets

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A good horror or suspense film can get your heart pounding and adrenaline racing.  Simply thinking of the dark, creepy basements in blockbuster movies like Psycho and Silence of the Lambs is enough to make anyone’s skin crawl. Have you ever had a similar sensation when evaluating your shale play? Is your basement full of …

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