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Terrasys Geophysics

Based in Hamburg and Houston as independent consultancy, TERRASYS Geophysics offers interpretation services to the international E&P industry, focusing on non-seismic technologies since 1993.
Utilizing integrated workflows in close cooperation with our clients' experts, TERRASYS combines advanced 3D ground/marine/airborne gravity, magnetic, EM and full tensor gradient interpretations with geological and geophysical constraints, aiming to reduce subsurface uncertainty and exploration risk.
Worldwide studies involved plays, prospects, and reservoirs with complex targets and tectonics; they showed how advanced multi-disciplinary modelling and joint inversion techniques help to achieve reliable geological solutions, such as precise salt geometries and constrained velocity models, e.g. for optimized prestack depth migrations.

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Markus Krieger - Managing director
Markus H. Krieger is Co-Founder and Managing Director of TERRASYS Geophysics and holds an MSc in Geophysics from Hamburg University.

Due to his background in applied geophysics he moved the company to become a service provider for the oil & gas industry, focusing on integrated interpretation from a non-seismic perspective. Always striving to facilitate the most advanced solutions to TERR
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Understanding fractured reservoirs and rocks

Tuesday, January 23, 2018

The fact that fractures are common in the subsurface have been known for at least the last century but the practice of treating reservoirs as fractured rock masses has been extremely slow in becoming a standard industry practice, despite that fact that fields with such reservoirs are known from SE Asia, the carbonates of the Middle East and much more recently, the basement West of the Shetlands.