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Halliburton Company and TGS-NOPEC Geophysical ASA announced a collaboration to bring advanced seismic imaging to fiber optic sensing. The alliance will provide operators with advanced insight to determine their reservoir potential for oil and gas production or carbon storage. The Halliburton FiberVSP™ and Odassea™ distributed acoustic sensing solutions will now incorporate TGS's seismic imaging workflows that process the entire seismic wavefield to generate high-resolution reservoir images.
TGS has completed its study of carbon capture storage in Canada for a major oil and gas company. This study helped TGS understand the latest geological carbon storage locations onshore and offshore. Its collaboration with Canadian Discovery Limited (CDL) provided with world-class basin evaluation expertise, subsurface data library, and geological knowledge. The activity was carried out throughout British Columbia and led to the creation of framework for carbon storage assessment.
A strategic collaboration has been announced between oilfield service firm Schlumberger and survey service firm TGS. This is to assist multi-client ocean-bottom node projects in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico. Under the agreement, TGS will work with Schlumberger's geophysical services company WesternGeco. CEO of TGS informed that "We are working closely with our clients to plan future phases and are excited by the potential growth in exploration and production activity,”.
Ramform Sterling, the second vessel of Tomlinson Geophysical Services (TGS) and Petroleum Geo-Services (PGS), will be allocated to the 2018 East Canada acquisition program by the third quarter of 2018. The vessel is fully rigged with dual-sensor, GeoStreamer acquisition technology which provides subsurface images of greater clarity, accuracy, and reliability. PGS will execute the pre-processing of the initial Geo Streamer signal, onboard the Ramform Sterling.
TGS, world’s largest geo-science data company, has announced an expansion of its Atlantic Margin (AM) multi-client program in the Norwegian Sea. Following the significant milestone of AM17, the new AM18 3D Extension will comprise 5,135 km² of 3D seismic data and covers a variety of play models with strati-graphic and structural traps in Paleocene and Cretaceous turbidite/fan deposits.