Spectrum has completed the reprocessing of approximately 8,500 km of regional 2D seismic data from the Italian sector of the Adriatic Sea on a Multi-Client basis. The original surveys were acquired by the Italian government as part of a study to highlight the hydrocarbon potential of the Adriatic Sea.
The majority of production in the region is from Pliocene age gas fields, many of which have multi-TCF reserves. However, the deeper potential of the Adriatic has yet to be fully explored and this reprocessed data library, which shows many un-drilled structures, should lead to a greater understanding of the hydrocarbon potential within the Adriatic Sea.
The reprocessing was carried out in Spectrum’s state-of-the-art processing centre. The data is now available and it has already triggered significant industry interest through the direct hydrocarbon indicators highlighted.
Spectrum provides innovative Multi-Client seismic surveys and high-quality seismic imaging services to the global oil and gas industry from offices in the UK, USA, China, Egypt, Australia, Indonesia and Singapore.
Spectrum’s Multi-Client strategy focuses on both the major, established hydrocarbon-producing regions of the world as well as key frontier areas identified by our experienced team of geoscientists. The Spectrum library of Multi-Client data has projects from many of the foremost oil producing regions of the world. These include new acquisition, reprocessing and interpretation reports.
All statements in this press release other than statements of historical fact are forward-looking statements and are subject to a number of risks, uncertainties and assumptions that are difficult to predict and are based on assumptions as to future events that may not prove accurate.
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