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Multi-client data library

Allton`s data library contains subsurface resistivity volumes suited for advanced imaging and interpretation and is used for exploration and delineation of hydrocarbon accumulations in areas of high prospectivity. The resistivity volumes are provided as industry standard SEGY format for simple integration with other data sets and geological models.

Allton`s 3D vertical-vertical resistivity volumes and can be licensed under a range of different commercial models.

Allton is always seeking partners for new multi-client projects where it has technical and financial benefits.

For information or enquiries contact: Aslak.Myklebostad@allton.no

Midgard North

The PM17250 Midgard North 3D survey covers 500 km2 in the Norwegian Sea. The primary objectives were mapping of resistive anomalies in Cretaceous and Jurassic intervals, delineation of an undeveloped hydrocarbon discovery and CSEM calibration against know wells and fields in the area.

Data was acquired in 2017 with the Olympic Taurus in sea depth 240 to 360 m. The area covered by acquisition includes acreage in blocks 6507/8, 6507/9, 6507/10, 6507/11 6507/12. The stationary vertical electric dipole source with output 5000 A was deployed in 211 pre-defined positions, and vertical E-field data recorded for 221 receiver positions. Acquisition configuration is 1,7km node spacing and 1.7km source spacing.

Data availability is 2D resistivity sections and 3D resistivity volumes in depth.

Frigg East

The PM19250 Frigg East 3D survey covers 180 km2 in the North Sea. The primary objectives were mapping of resistive anomalies in Tertiary and delineation of a hydrocarbon discovery.

Data was acquired in 2019 with the Bourbon Sapphire in sea depth between 100 and 130 m. The area covered by acquisition includes acreage in blocks 25/2 and 25/3. The stationary vertical electric dipole source with output 5000 A was deployed in 193 pre-defined positions, and vertical E-field data recorded for 117 receiver positions. Acquisition configuration is 1.4km node spacing and 700m source spacing.

Data availability is 2D resistivity sections and 3D resistivity volumes in depth.

Gjøa

The PM18250 Gjøa 3D survey covers 675 km2 in the northern North Sea. The primary objectives were mapping of resistive anomalies in Cretaceous and Jurassic intervals, and calibration against existing hydrocarbon discoveries.

Data was acquired in 2018 with the Siddis Mariner in sea depth between 200 and 400 m. The area covered by acquisition includes acreage in blocks 35/9, 35/12, 36/7 and 36/8. The stationary vertical electric dipole source with output 5000 A was deployed in 248 pre-defined positions, and vertical E-field data recorded for 260 receiver positions. Acquisition configuration is 1.7km node spacing and 1.7km source spacing.

Data availability is 2D resistivity sections and 3D resistivity volumes in depth.

Heidrun North

The PM18252 Heidrun North 3D survey covers 370 km2 in the Norwegian Sea. The primary objectives were mapping of resistive anomalies in Cretaceous and Jurassic intervals, and calibration against existing hydrocarbon discoveries and dry wells.

Data was acquired in 2018 with the Siddis Mariner in sea depth 270 to 420 m. The area covered by acquisition includes acreage in blocks 6507/5, 6507/6, 6507/8 and 6507/9. The stationary vertical electric dipole source with output 5000 A was deployed in 118 pre-defined positions, and vertical E-field data recorded for 127 receiver positions. Acquisition configuration is 1.7km node spacing and 1.7km source spacing.

Data availability is 2D resistivity sections and 3D resistivity volumes in depth.