The Nova Scotia 2D reprocessing project comprises of over 13,000 kilometers of 2D data throughout the Scotian Shelf, including the prolific Sable Sub-Basin that, in addition to the produced fields, contains ten undeveloped Significant Discoveries that have P50 recoverable gas reserves of 1.3 TCF. This basin is a great example of exploring for “Advantaged Hydrocarbons” and Searcher offer two data products: Firstly, Searcher will apply its proprietary post-stack reprocessing method to rectify navigation, metadata, amplitude, phase and time creating a contiguous legacy database that can be easily loaded into any interpretation software. Secondly, major improvements in the data will be provided by reprocessing the data through a modern pre-stack reprocessing sequence, including shallow water demultiple and deghosting. Reprocessing is expected to reveal numerous additional leads in the form of seismic attribute anomalies which can be calibrated with discoveries and producing fields.
Neil Hodgson, Searcher’s VP GeoScience, explains, “This is an incredible time to be providing the industry a ready-to-interpret dataset over a significant portion of offshore Nova Scotia including data in the vicinity of the prolific Sable Island Fields. Reprocessing the seismic in this area is likely to re-open this gas province at a time when low carbon energy security and supply is so welcomed, and our ability to see the gas before we drill has never been easier.”
Searcher’s growing East Coast Canada dataset will be available on Searcher’s on-demand web platform, sAIsmic, for easy access to explorers.
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