The newly-released Southwest Africa Margin SEEBASE® multi-client Study and GIS from Frogtech Geoscience focuses on syn-rift basement evolution highlighting the pre-salt petroleum plays that constitute the main target following the recently discovered giant field accumulation in the South Atlantic-conjugate margin of the Santos basin in Brazil.
A pioneering study of the Equatorial West African margin identifies new targets for exploration controlled by structure of the underlying basement. The Equatorial West Africa SEEBASE® multi-client Study and GIS by Frogtech Geoscience proposes an advanced rift migration and crustal model for Sierra Leone to Gabon, offering unique geological interpretations that support increased interest in underexplored sections of the continental margin.
A new SEEBASE study for the African Central Atlantic margin by Frogtech Geoscience has revealed the first continuous 3D depth-to-basement interpretation from offshore Morocco to the Guinea Plateau. By building an integrated structural model, the study has highlighted a zone of hyperextended crust below emerging play frontiers of the Mauritania-Senegal-Gambia-Bissau-Conakry Basin.
Geological structures uncovered in the South China Sea with significant implications for petroleum exploration
Australian geoscience company Frogtech Geoscience released a comprehensive new basement-focused study of the hydrocarbon-rich South China Sea and Gulf of Thailand; a geologically complex region.