- A unique and complete exploration review which systematically assesses the hydrocarbon potential of the entire Arctic
- Data provided by seismic contractors, oil companies and state agencies to provide a vast database beyond the scope of any individual company
- Co-operation from government agencies
- Regular workshops held with clients and contributors
- Purchased by over 15 major international oil companies
Basins north of the Arctic Circle.
This review, managed by Exploration Geosciences in conjunction with its partners IGI and Canadian Discovery and in association with FE2 Limited and WAA Limited TGS-NOPEC, Jebco, WesternGeco and Fugro, is the first known attempt to systematically assess the hydrocarbon potential within the area enclosed by the Arctic Circle Produced in the form of a digital Atlas. A vast database has been accumulated from many sources that would be nearly impossible for any one oil or gas company to replicate. Nearly 20 man-years of work carried out over a period of two years by 30 people has resulted in new interpretations and insights throughout the region including Russia, Norway, Greenland, Canada and the United States (Alaska).
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- New structural elements mapping based on over 100,000 km of seismic data. The map is linked to detailed text arranged geographically by feature, cross section and seismic profile.
- New reconstructions of the plate tectonics of the region for 11 geological time periods. Maps are supported by fully linked text and analysis.
- Detailed stratigraphic analysis is presented by geological age and geographic area.
- North America and Eurussia are subdivided into areas supported by explanatory figures, well correlation sections, key well presentations, paleogeography maps and well summaries.
- Reservoirs are analysed by area and by quality. Reservoirs are presented under four grades (A through D).
- Petroleum Systems are organised geographically going east from the Chukchi Sea, and by the stratigraphic sequences determined by plate tectonic development. The analysis draws upon a geochemical database of some 45,000 samples.
- The environmental section is arranged in 3 sections, General, Physical Environment and Ecological Environment. The text analysis is backed up by detailed maps.
- The engineering development and economics section provides a technology review and details of export infrastructure, economics and case studies.
Complete report, exclusive of any tax, delivery or customs duties: US $ 225,000
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