Oil & Gas

We streamline oil and gas exploration, development and production by providing an integrated package of geophysical services to help optimise these operations founded on critical knowledge of geophysics, data collection, processing and interpretation.

TenzorGEO is an end-to-end service company providing everything from survey planning and equipment through data acquisition to data processing and interpretation. Saying that, TenzorGEO’s ‘know-how’ is in data processing and interpretation part so we welcome projects where data acquisition is planned and done by the client or their partners in close collaboration with TenzorGEO.

We are leaders in passive microseismic technologies which forms the basis of all our solutions which provide cost-efficient and environmentally friendly way to our clients to narrow the uncertainty on their developments and improve the discovery and production management of commercial hydrocarbon deposits.

Our unique Low Frequency Seismic technology is a Direct Hydrocarbon Indicator methodology that presents a robust alternative to find untapped hydrocarbon deposits from both mature and young fields.

Our technology can be applied for geophysical prospecting for oil & gas, producing detailed surveys, delineation of fields and optimisation of both exploration and production drilling decisions.

Our technology can be a great solution in situations where conventional practices would not be an option, either due to the size of the survey required, active seismic waves energy penetration issues (e.g. sub coal, salt, basalt), accessibility or environmental restrictions.

Our experience in physically challenging locations is proven, and we have the tools, knowledge and partners to translate this into field appraisal, regardless of the size, location or complexity. With our expertise and technological resources, we can assist in the location and assessment of prospective petroleum targets and identify development opportunities. We support and help de-risk your exploration targets, whilst equipping you with the data and knowledge required to attract and secure investment for future developments.

Our survey specialists are experienced hands in the deployment of our sensory equipment both onshore and offshore. We deploy our own equipment and cutting-edge technology to obtain high quality passive seismic data over the designated site area. Throughout survey operations, our data acquisition and interpretation services combine with our extensive environmental knowledge to enable our exploration and survey activities to be carried out safely, reliably and responsibly.

We have been working in oil and gas industry for many years and have solved many different issues which our clients encountered during exploration or field development and operation. However, we are not standing still, we have a continuous research and development program which strives not only to be able to solve new industry challenges but also to deliver environmentally friendly alternatives to existing third-party solutions.

Contact us to find if our passive seismic solutions can be a right answer to your subsurface challenges.






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