Searcher Seismic has undertaken a comprehensive review of the open-file data of the Gulf of Mexico and surrounds to provide a regional geological framework and analysis tool for managing ongoing evaluation and acreage release within the area.
The Multi-Client Basin Analysis Report is available now and comprises:
- Plate tectonic analysis
- Depths to basement grid
- Synchronised sequence stratigraphy of some 20 geologically distinct regions (US-Mexico-Caribbean)
- 24 paleogeographic time slices from the Permo-Triassic to Present;
- Source rock presence and preliminary maturity maps;
- 24 Permo-Triassic to Present play maps combining reservoir, seal and hydrocarbon charge; and
- An integrated analysis of the hydrocarbon prospectivity of the region
The report summarises key hydrocarbon play components (reservoir, seal and charge) in a set of 24 time slices from the Permian to Present and covers the US, Mexico (onshore and offshore) and western Caribbean.
A preliminary assessment of risk for each time slice is provided which allows quick ranking of vastly different areas. Based on hundreds of references and a significant in-house knowledge of the region, the report is supported by a digital set of paleogeographic reconstructions and source rock atlases allowing workstation ready display of the deliverables.
Deliverables include an electronic and hardcopy of the report and the GIS Project.
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