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Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Video Presentation

The role of gravity gradiometry in the exploration workflow
Dr David Jackson
Dolphin Geophysical

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Talk Description
Once considered a niche technology, gravity gradiometry imaging (GGI) is today becoming a significant line item in exploration budgets, providing valuable additional data to incorporate into the exploration workflow. Although 2D and 3D seismic continue to be the technology of choice in frontier exploration - both onshore and offshore - the deeper and more complex geological settings, and the continued need to explore large areas while controlling costs, have focused attention toward additional technologies such as GGI.

This presentation will illustrate the value of GGI data and how it has been incorporated into the exploration workflow using a series of examples from the Middle East, Africa and the Gulf of Mexico.

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