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Seismic Data Acquisition
SEISMIC DATA ACQUISITION
the beginning, gas production was incidental to oil discovery.
Following the discovery of oil at Oloibiri in 1956, the facilities that
were built to produce oil did not include gas processing and export
units. This lack of utilization plan resulted in the flaring of most of
the Associated Gas (AG) produced except for that used as fuel.
Acquisition Department (DAD) was created
in 1988 to provide quality Seismic data for the Exploration Production and
Mining industry. DAD has been involved in the Acquisition of high integrity 2D,
3D and 4D seismic data in a variety of terrain on standalone and in Joint
Ventures. Our operational environment range from Land, Swamp, Transition zone
and deep offshore.
IDSL partnered Petroleum Geo-Services (PGS)
qCarry out 2D, 3D and 4D Seismic Data Acquisition on Land, Swamp and Desert using state-of- the art Survey, Drilling and Recording equipment’s.
qShallow and Deep offshore (OBC, OBN and Streamers) Seismic Acquisition using Industry standard seismic vessels and in – sea equipment
qAbility to deploy 4,000 Channels
qA team seasoned professional staff.
qEnhanced project turnaround time.
qSterling HSE performance Records without LTIs in projects undertaken.
Modern Acquisition Technology:
The tools we use are
•Sercel SN 428 XL
• Sercel SN 408 UL
• Sercel SN 388
• Associated line units, cables, FDU, Station Units,
State of the art Softwares like:
OMNI 3D design layout, KL Seis,
• ESQ C Pro
• SPS generation using SPS gen
• PROMAX (Field processing and QC)
• VISTA (Field processing and QC)
• Uphole interpretation software
• Low velocity Layer interpretation software
OML 83/85 operated by First E & P was the first marine project executed by the IDSL/BGP JV. The 901 square kilometres project was carried over two month period, about 40km offshore Bayelsa State, Nigeria and OML 130 is a field operated by TUPNI (Total Upstream Nigeria) roughly 124 miles (200 km) south of Port Harcourt, Nigeria in water depths of 1,200 to 1,400 m (3,900 to 4,600 ft).The projects were successfully executed with no LTI with a strong emphasis on goal zero.
OML 83/85 operated by First E & P was the first marine project executed by the IDSL/BGP JV. The 901 square kilometres project was carried over a two month period, about 40km offshore Bayelsa State, Nigeria and OML 130 is a field operated by TUPNI (Total Upstream Nigeria) roughly 124 miles (200 km) south of Port Harcourt, Nigeria in water depths of 1,200 to 1,400 m (3,900 to 4,600 ft).The projects were successfully executed with no LTI with a strong emphasis on goal zero.
Deliverables: Pre/Post Plot and Raw stacks:
• Commitment to excellence
• Specialized software
• Quality control checks
•As a responsible Joint Venture (JV), a total of 130 graduates were trained in Seismic data acquisition both in-country and overseas in the last three years.
•About 90% are currently engaged by the IDSL/BGP JV on different projects.
Sucess Story in Land Basin:
•A seismic acquisition collaboration by IDSL/BGP JV in Benue Trough, resulted in NNPC announced the discovery of Hydrocarbon in Kolmani River II well in Barambu Village of Alkaleri Local Government Area of Bauchi State.
•This validated the time and resources invested by the IDSL/BGP JV in high quality seismic data acquisition of the Frontier Basins.
Success Story In Land Basin!
Pre/Post Plot. and Raw Stacks