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Lundin Energy - Research & Development agreement

Allton has entered into a research and development agreement with Lundin Energy were Phase 1 is to develop new and accurate marine CSEM inversion and modelling software.
We are very pleased to receive financial and technical support from Lundin Energy during these challenging times. Lundin Energy`s support and CSEM knowledge will be very valuable during this software development phase.

First Break article: Introduction to CSEM. Kjetil Eide and Steve Carter present the latest developments in Marine Controlled Source Electromagnetic

Marine Controlled Source Electromagnetics (CSEM) is the collective term for techniques that can be used to investigate the geological subsurface using electromagnetic signals gener­ ated by artificial and controllable source systems operated in a marine setting.

Use of vertical CSEM Method in prospect
de-risking. A Dry well Case Story – the Grind Prospect

Allton in cooperation with Concedo presented a Dry well Case story at the Second EAGE Marine Acquisition Workshop in Oslo.

Triumph for EM technology

Based on analysis of EM data, Concedo bravely predicted that the Grind well would be dry or, at best, a small discovery. This is now fully confirmed, which is a true victory for the use of EM.

Vil EM bestå testen?

EM-data tyder på en tørr brønn for den kommende boringen av Grind-prospektet i Norskehavet.

Innertier for EM-teknologien

Basert på analyse av EM-data gikk Concedo modig ut og spådde at Grind-brønnen ville være tørr eller eventuelt et lite funn. Nå er dette fullt ut bekreftet, noe som også er en seier for bruk av EM.