CGG delivers Reservoir-Oriented data for Fort Trinidad


CGG has announced the completion of state-of-the-art reservoir-oriented seismic processing and imaging for its Fort Trinidad 3D multi-client survey in Houston County, East Texas. The data is now available for license.
Fort Trinidad is the 104-square-mile eastward continuation of CGG’s Rock Ridge East and Bedias Creek Merge surveys. CGG said all three had been acquired and processed to a high specification, using a workflow specifically developed for unconventional plays, to provide quality seismic data for characterization of Cretaceous reservoirs in the Eaglebine, Buda and Georgetown formations.
Luc Schlumberger, EVP, Multi-Client & New Ventures, CGG, said: “Fort Trinidad extends our East Texas library of technologically advanced multi-client 3D surveys. This library has been processed with the latest imaging techniques to illuminate the stacked pay formations of the Buda-Georgetown Lime play while giving greater insight into fracture density.”


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