|Project type||3D gScan survey, Hydrocarbons|
|Location||W18-4 and W18-5|
|Scale of Map||1:250,000|
|Acquisition mode||Landsat 8, Sentinel 2, Sentinel 1|
|Exploration Area||49,000 sqkm|
|Scan Depth||10,000 m|
|Depth Steps||21.50 m|
|Support Data||Bathymetric Map, Public Well data|
TerraScan acquired a total acreage of 49,000 square kilometers offshore gScan data in Australia, including the blocks W18-4 and W18-5 and the territory with the latest discovery of Dorado-1 well, using our proprietary remote sensing algorithm. The distribution of thousands of hydrocarbon indicators (oil and gas) has been computed and a subsurface earth model has been created.
The objective of this survey was to identify possible hydrocarbon accumulations within this territory. The analysis of the area resulted in a mapping of known and unknown fields inside the blocks.
The acquisition and processing was executed using our gScan processing technology using image, signal processing, lineament and geodynamic analysis.