GeoClerk is a web-based platform that utilises machine learning to source industry related imagery and link back to its source documents.

What is GeoClerk?

GeoClerk unlocks a wealth of valuable, industry relevant information that was previously hidden within and around images in legacy geoscience publications. GeoClerk classifies and extracts imagery and pertinent data from unstructured documents, which is then collated in searchable and filterable geo-imagery libraries for convenient access.

A wide range of geoscience images, from maps, geosections, seismic, stratigraphy, structure maps to well logs, are collected and catalogued from websites, presentations, reports, and scanned documents. A limitless library of geoscience images is centralised onto the subscription-based platform, enabling the industry to view all published geoscience imagery in one platform.

Search through a limitless
database of oil and gas content.
Advanced algorithms turn unstructured
documents into searchable and
filterable geo-imagery libraries.
Never miss out on important
information on your area of
interest with personalised alerts.

GeoClerk Features

In the age of machine learning, GeoClerk, brings a revolutionary new search tool to the industry bringing to light decades of historic and uncategorised documents and making them readily accessible and available to all in one searchable location. Users will be able to effectively research and simplify efforts required to source industry relevant information.

Curated live database
Search through an ever growing, curated database of oil and gas industry specific content.

Limitless library
Search across all publicly available content on the Internet via the GeoClerk online interface.

Licensed databases
Institutional and government database plug-ins ready for search and download.
– EAGE’s EarthDoc Document Library
– NVentures Competitor Intelligence Database
– NOPIMS Historical Permit databases
– WAPIMS Historical Permit databases
– SARIG Historical Permit databases
– DIGS Historical Permit databases
– GSQ Historical Permit databases

Ingest your own content
Make unstructured G&G libraries searchable with GeoClerk’s ability to securely import and store custom libraries.

EAGE's EarthDoc Database

Searcher has entered into a strategic partnership with the European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers (EAGE), for hosting and integrating EAGE’s scientific content database, EarthDoc on GeoClerk

GeoClerk users have the ability to add EarthDoc’s document library, which consists of over 70,000 articles and publications, into GeoClerk’s image-search engine which intelligently identifies, classifies and returns corresponding search results in an intuitive geoscience and exploration focused format.

Data included in the partnership extends to all historical editions of First Break, Geophysical Prospecting, Near Surface Geophysics, Petroleum Geoscience and all EAGE Conference and Workshop Proceedings.

NVentures Database

NVentures competitor intelligence database is the latest plugin to now be available on GeoClerk.

GeoClerk users can now add the NVentures database plugin onto their GeoClerk subscription. In doing so, users will be able to search for geo-imagery through GeoClerk’s open-file database and the NVentures database with the platform intelligently identifying and classifying images into relevant categories.

The NVentures global E&P database consists of geology-rich reporting, maps and presentations, providing valuable and up to date information and insight to exploration teams monitoring upstream activity and local exploration results. This includes subsurface context with unique Joint Venture collaboration, and timely actionable intelligence to support New Ventures and Business Development groups analysing opportunities, trends and the farm-out market. Service companies utilise the NVentures product suite to determine market focus and resource priorities.

The addition of the NVentures plugin to GeoClerk will allow our users to search through years of highly technical data in an instant, saving them hours of endless research by having all available data accessible via one centralised and searchable platform, GeoClerk.

Australian States’ Permit Report Archives

GeoClerk’s plugin’s of NOPIMS, WAPIMS, SARIG, DIGS and GSQ Historical Permit Reports is the essential time saving tool for evaluating the 2020 Australian Offshore Petroleum Exploration Acreage Release.

Searcher has integrated The NOPIMS, WAPIMS, SARIG, DIGS & GSQ Historical Permit databases to provide GeoClerk users with the ability to search through over sixty years of Operating Reports, Surveys, Interpretation Reports and more for all West Australian, NSW, QLD, SA and National Offshore Permits. This allows users to search through the entire library for modern geo-imagery and brings to light decades of historic and uncategorised documents.