More than 30 years of research and work on electromagnetism allow us today to have a technology for exploration of hydrocarbon deposits.
The OFT™ is an express technology, remote exploration based on the identification of electromagnetic anomaly caused by the same hydrocarbon reservoirs and through its spectral signature, called resonant frequency, in the deep blue range and in the ultraviolet spectrum identifies the fluids within these anomalous areas.
Stages of technology:
Applications of technology:
GREENFIELDS OR EXPLORATORY AREAS: La OFT™ is the starting point for the exploration of areas not previously studied. When performing the spectroscopy prospects presents in the area are displayed, discarding the areas where the presence of hydrocarbons is not evident.
REINTERPRETING DATA: In areas where already been conducted with the traditional tools, but there is uncertainty as to the areas for which the interpretation of data can be complicated by reflectors, salt domes or the same depth of prospecting, OFT™ in these cases is of great help to elucidate not only the structures but contrast with fluids present.
DEVELOPED FIELDS: In the already developed fields, where reengineering is required to locate the oil accumulation areas that have not been drained and also to verify the existence of oil structures unknown (new fields).
VIRTUAL DRILLING: A verification study with OFT™ pwill help forecast production units present, its depths, thicknesses and approximate coordinates background where to direct drilling.
¿Why the OFT™? :
- Ensures increased success in drilling campaigns.
- Considerable reduction of the time to gather information.
- Friendly to the environment and communities.
- It does not require permits and licenses.
- Lower costs to traditional methods.
- Remote exploration anywhere in the world.
- It facilitates increase recovery from developed fields.
- A priori verification of the coordinates for drilling.
- Backed by the National Hydrocarbon Agency of Colombia (ANH) as part of the contractual commitments (Technical and Financial).
Frequent questions :
It is a graphical representation of electromagnetic anomalies that show the presence or absence of the material sought in the study area.
Dedicated to geophysical studies Georesurs-type P and DK satellites are used.
The acquisition is from passive platforms that acquire multispectral information specific study area.
A metadata with multispectral information tied to the coordinates of the investigated area is obtained.
In a laboratory of Geophysics satellite data it is transferred to a satellite plate in which the digital information is converted to analog, making it susceptible to be excited in a spectrometer and analyzed centimeter by centimeter.
The information has a high degree of assertiveness, cataloged by 65% as an average, depending on the scale used.
It is optional, depending on the technical task and the amount of information held in the study area.
For Phase 1, remote, between 15 and 30 days, depending on the scale and the area in question. For phases 2 and 3, the field, between 1 and 6 weeks to tour the area, depending on the topography and specific conditions of the area, after acquiring the data one month to deliver the final report.
Geophysical method FSPEF delimits the extent of the electromagnetic anomaly and the VERS surface and determines the depths, thicknesses and number of intervals of the polarized rock.
It is void, does not require explosions, nor noise, there is no impairment to the flora and fauna or damage to property.
For the use of technology not require permits or licenses.