PGS has announced that modern imaging techniques applied to 12,000 sq km of broadband data unveil key plays in the West Africa Transform Margin exploration hot spot of Cote d’Ivoire. This MultiClient 3D dataset is now available in the PGS data library.

Recent 3D GeoStreamer acquisition over blocks CI-526/707/708 has been combined with reprocessed GeoStreamer data acquired in 2015 over CI-602/603, to target the deepwater area offshore Cote d’Ivoire.

Upper Cretaceous aged turbidite channel and fan complexes provide the primary target in the deepwater Cote d’Ivoire Basin. Extensive 3D GeoStreamer coverage provides an unprecedented view on the distribution and detail of depositional systems held in stratigraphic pinch-out traps.

Broadband acquisition paired with the latest processing workflows provides over 12,000 sq km of enhanced imaging in this underexplored area. The increased high and low-frequency content provides clearer imaging of subtle depositional features.


Source: PGS