NEOS Presenting at 2016 SEG


NEOS recently completed a study over 1,000 square miles of Southern Colorado to identify areas that may contain CO2 reservoirs.  Airborne magnetic and EM (ZTEM) data were collected and integrated with proprietary seismic and well data, as well as public domain ground gravity data.  With a more quantitative integration using Predictive Analytics methodology we were then able to highlight areas that may have a higher potential to host CO2 reservoirs. Join us at the SEG Technical Program next week to gain more insight into this study.

Multi-measurement exploration and interpretation in the southern Rocky Mountains
Session ID & Name:  INT 6, Case Studies
Presentation date and time:  10/19/2016 @ 3:10:00 PM
Room: 170/172


Introducing our New Logo & Website

We are excited to debut our new look as a part of the evolution of NEOS.

neoslogo_600x186x150dpi_forwebBy harnessing technological innovations and seeking out smart synergies, we continue to advance multi-physics and grow as a company. As we have evolved, so has our look; and we are excited to share our new brand with you.

Visit to discover how we are reinventing exploration and leading the way to a brighter future.

Stay tuned over the coming weeks and months as we reveal more.

NEOS Presenting at 2016 AAPG


AAPG logoNEOS 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 geophysical data covers more than 1,000 square miles of topographically challenging, environmentally sensitive terrain in the Rocky Mountain region, an area containing numerous natural accumulations of CO2.

Join us at the AAPG Technical Program next week to gain more insight into this study.

Mark your calendar:
Structural models constrained by geophysical data provide additional insight to the subsurface in Southern Colorado, U.S. (Expanded abstract)
M. Soledad Velasco, NEOS
Tuesday, June 21st | 8:25AM
Theme 5 – “Structural Interpretation Quality and Methods”

For more on NEOS’ work in the northern Raton Basin click here for our article on Resistivity Imaging from the 2016 April issue of First Break.

NEOS to Acquire CGG Multi-Physics Business


Earlier today, NEOS and CGG announced that they entered into a Definitive Agreement in which NEOS has agreed to purchase CGG’s Multi-Physics business line & General Geophysics Italy business (read:  press release).  These two businesses are part of the CGG group of companies, a leading provider of geoscience technologies, services and equipment.

DASH-7-RebrandedThe Multi-Physics business operates the world’s largest fleet of geophysical data acquisition aircraft, is the leading provider of airborne gravity gradiometry (AGG) systems and acquisition services, owns one of the industry’s largest non-exclusive libraries of gravity and magnetic data, and has a distinctive capability in acquiring and processing airborne electromagnetic (EM) data.

According to NEOS CEO, Jim Hollis,

“We are combining two of the leading proponents of multi-measurement interpretation, albeit with different strengths.

CGG’s Multi-Physics & General Geophysics Italy business is acknowledged for its advanced geophysical sensor technologies, efficient data acquisition platforms, and excellence in all facets of airborne operational execution, particularly in its HSE philosophy and performance.

NEOS has focused in the areas of multi-physics data processing, integration and interpretation, as well as predictive analytics.

By combining the entities, we will be able to better deliver a full-scope exploration offering that encompasses multi-measurement survey design, data acquisition, processing and analytic interpretation.  Moreover, the combined entity will have a truly global operational footprint in key natural resource centers, with a client base that includes the world’s leading oil, natural gas, and mining firms.”

After the transaction closes in a number of months, the combined company will feature:

  • Aircraft: world’s largest fleet of geophysical acquisition aircraft;
  • Data libraries: one of the largest non-exclusive libraries of gravity and magnetic data;
  • Gravity gradiometry: industry’s largest portfolio of airborne gravity gradiometry (AGG) systems;
  • EM technologies: unique capabilities in electromagnetic data acquisition, imaging and interpretation;
  • Seismic imaging: industry-leading capabilities in seismic data processing in complex geologic regimes, including subsalt, naturally fractured, and stacked-pay reservoirs;
  • Geophysical software: proprietary geophysical software supporting multi-physics data integration and interpretation;
  • Marine acquisition services: the leading provider of marine potential fields acquisition services to the oil & gas industry;
  • Analytic interpretation: proprietary predictive analytics algorithms and methodologies used to highgrade exploration acreage and identify new exploration targets;
  • Global team: 350 professionals positioned in key natural resource exploration centers in the United States, Canada, Australia, South Africa, Italy and Brazil.

To learn more about this transaction, visit the Transaction Summary page on the NEOS web site.

Our Geothermal Solution

Geothermal - Earth Core

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 geothermal system as a whole
  • Geologic and structural controls on the geothermal field
  • Characteristics of the geothermal reservoir and fluids

Click here to read more about the NEOS Geothermal Solution.

Resistivity Imaging in a Fold and Thrust Belt

Resistivity Volume
3D Resistivity Volume

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, as well as the large amount of terrain needing to be traversed during the geophysical survey, we decided to incorporate a dense airborne ZTEM survey along with the sparse MT stations.

To read the full article, Resistivity Imaging in a Fold and Thrust Belt using ZTEM and sparse MT Data, click here or on the image above.

For more on NEOS’ use of EM as a part of its Multi-Physics methodology, click here.