The information you need at a fraction of the price of costly downhole monitoring.
Understand and Optimize your Well Completions
Combining intelligent acquisition with advanced data processing to provide actionable results, earlier in the development cycle. Passive Fracture Imaging service provides all of the microseismic information required to evaluate the effectiveness of completions programs, without the high-cost and operational risk of deploying downhole sensors.
The key benefits of PFI are complete data, improved decision-making, optimized operations and low environmental impact.
Accelerate the understanding of your well
Our super-station design allows for scalable and flexible array configurations that adapt to any environment and reduce the number of sensors required. The lower station count compared to traditional surface acquisitions reduces the environmental footprint, field exposure and acquisition cost of the project. The unique geometry of a super-station and proprietary noise suppression algorithms provide best-in-class enhancement of signal-to-noise ratio, allowing detection of microseismic events below Mw−2.
Fast, Accurate and Complete Results
Our leading edge workflows and enhanced data processing maximizes data and reduces the turn-around time, getting you actionable results quickly. Imaging algorithms are used to automatically detect and locate events using a velocity model calibrated from perforations or events in a series of refinements. Matched-filter techniques are also applied to ensure a uniform detection threshold is achieved. All potential events also undergo an additional manual verification by our highly specialized team of data analysts.
Deliverables are provided through our interactive data visualizer, Luminos, which provides a dynamic view of the microseismic data for greater operational insight. Luminos allows you to isolate specific features for closer examination, rotate and manipulate the view to examine data from more angles, view source parameters for selected events and review how the seismicity evolves over time.