|Project type||2D gScan survey, Hydrocarbons|
|Scale of Map||1:10,000|
|Acquisition mode||Landsat 8|
|Exploration Area||Line of 160 km|
|Scan Depth||6,000 m|
|Depth Steps||10.50 m|
|Support Data||Well data from the region|
TerraScan generated a 160 kilometers long cross section offshore in the Ionian Sea in Greece, using our proprietary remote sensing algorithm. The distribution of 2000 hydrocarbon indicators has been computed and a cross section showing the earth model along this line has been created.
The objective of this survey was to demonstrate the ability of our technology, verify the existence of gas accumulations in the area and to increase the amount of geological data for this territory.
The acquisition and processing was executed using our gScan processing technology using image, signal processing, lineament and geodynamic analysis.