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GGS Interica

GGS-Interica is a joint venture company which manages and licenses the Persian Carpet 2000 dataset that GGS acquired during 1999-2005. This data set covers the entire Iranian Persian Gulf offshore and Iranian part of the Oman Sea and comprises approximately 100,000 km of multi-client 2D data, 120 wells and 30,000 km of gravity data, all interpreted and available in Kingdom or Petrel workstation formats.

To ensure a full-scale re-processing of the PC 2000 data and development of new related products, GGS-Interica has secured a non-transferable PC 2000 license.

The joint venture company has started the reprocessing of the entire data in preparation for any offshore Iran bidding.
Early results, using the latest demultiple and broadband processing algorithms, show a great improvement in the data which should assist interpretation, AVO analysis, or seismic inversions.

www.ggs-interica.com

Katya Krylova - Sales Director
Katerina Krylova is a Sales Director at GGS-Interica. Prior to her current position, she was an account manager at Paradigm Geophysical UK (2012-2015) and an EAME Business Development Manager at CGG (2010-2012). Katerina began her career as a seismic reservoir characterization geophysicist at CGG in 2005.
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