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 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 “Resistivity imaging in a fold and thrust belt using ZTEM and sparse MT data” from the 2016 April issue of First Break.