The First-in-country webinar on Non-seismic and Non-conventional Data Acquisition Technologies

Synergy E&P, in collaboration with its partners NXT Energy Solutions, Amplified Geochemical Imaging, and TechnoImaging®  conducted the First-in-country webinar on Non-seismic and Non-conventional Data Acquisition Technologies with remarkable success. The participants included representatives of Nigerian Upstream Petroleum Regulatory Commission (NUPRC), Nigerian Content Development & Monitoring Board (NCDMB) and other government entities, as well as key industry players International Oil Company (IOC), Marginal Field Operators (MFO).

The technologies represented were:

NXT Energy Solution which offers a unique geophysical service to the upstream Oil & Gas industry using its proprietary gravity-based StressField Detection (“SFD®”) remote sensing survey system to rapidly identify and rank prospect-level leads, which provide the clients with the incomparable benefit of targeting their exploration efforts.

Amplified Geochemical Imaging (AGI) which provides expert detection and mapping survey services for the Oil & Gas, Environmental, and Mineral Industries, while specializing in ultrasensitive surface detection and mapping. Amplified Geochemical Imaging Surveys identify, measure, and map volatile and semi-volatile organic compounds in soil gas, water, air, and sediment.

TechnoImaging® which is a leading global geophysics technology company that develops and provides 3D imaging solutions for all land, air, marine, borehole electromagnetic and potential field geophysical methods for mineral, geothermal, oil and gas exploration and production, carbon capture and storage, environmental monitoring, security, and defense applications.

The webinar was hailed by participants as an important step towards adopting more advanced, cost-saving and environmentally friendly technologies in the Exploration for Oil, Gas and critical Minerals. 

YouTube Link : Introduction of Non-seismic and Non-conventional Data Acquisition Tools

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