Gain rapid insight into worldwide basin and well data with APT’s interactive map solution
Applied Petroleum Technology (APT) offers operators and developers an overview of the extensive basin and well studies the company has analysed over the past two decades.
The interactive map solution provides insight into APT’s petroleum geochemistry studies, oil and gas studies, biostratigraphic studies, petroleum system analyses, source rock studies, oil population studies and much more.
“Identifying available data, to expand an operator’s basin, field and acreage understanding, is crucial for exploration teams. By having this intuitive map-based overview of our basin and well data available online we hope to help operators make effective and quick data acquisition decisions based upon their specific needs and objectives” says Geir Hansen, General Manager of Geochemistry at APT.
The interactive map enables subsurface insight into multiple oil and gas basins and thousands of oil and gas wells offshore Europe, Canada and USA, as well as onshore wells in Africa, UK and the Middle East.
Through the interactive map, developers and operators can access each individual well to find out exactly what type of subsurface data is available to them. Multiple data sets exist for each well, including Cores, Ditch Cuttings, Fluids, Gas, Rock-Eval, Vitrinite Reflectance, Composition C1-C5+, δ¹³C Isotopes of C1-C4 & CO2, Bulk HC, Isotopes, WOGC/WEGC, Sat GC, GC-MS, and much more.
Visitors can also get a full overview of every well that has been studied and download an associated PDF-document that describes the content of each individual study.
APT continuously makes new data and studies available online. During the past two years the company has added the Southern Grand Banks geochemistry study, Flemish Pass and Outer Ridge petroleum systems evaluation studies, a large pressure-temperature-CO2 database for the North Sea and the APvT database on the NCS and UKCS.
“We encourage developers and operators who wants to add value to their hydrocarbon exploration or development work to check out our worldwide basin and well data map. Research institutions may also find the tool an interesting source of information,” adds Geir Hansen.
For in-depth access to all data and analyses, contact details for the relevant APT expert can be found on the PDF document that is available on each study detail page on APT’s website, easily accessible through the interactive map.