MCR is pleased to announce the availability of two new Broadband 3D PreSDM Reprocessed seismic surveys covering seven highly prospective 2019 Acreage Release blocks on offer within the Vulcan Sub-Basin.
The North Vulcan Advanced 3D Reprocessing project (NOVAR MC3D), incorporating ten legacy 3D surveys will, for the first time, provide the industry with a superior quality seamless 3D dataset processed through an extensive de-ghosted, de-multiple, anisotropic PreSDM sequence. The continuous 14,816 km2 3D dataset extends across the basin margins of the northern Vulcan Sub-Basin and north east to the Nancar Trough and Laminaria High. The survey covers high impact exploration and field development acreage including five 2019 Acreage Release permits (AC/19-1, 2, 3, 4 & 5), Orchid-1 commercial gas/condensate discovery, Cash / Maple field development, Jabiru / Challis shut in fields and surrounding prospective acreage.
The NOVAR MC3D has significantly improved imaging of the deeper Jurassic & Triassic structural & stratigraphic objectives and will allow E&P companies to undertake a more extensive evaluation of the petroleum potential and complex fault-seal risks in the basin.
Molyneux Advisors, in collaboration with MCR, has undertaken a regional seismic interpretation study of the NOVAR survey to accelerate E&P companies evaluations and is available for license with the NOVAR seismic data.
The ZEPON 3D PreSDM Reprocessed survey incorporating the Onnia & Zeppelin legacy 3D surveys provides a consistent 2,450 km2 enhanced 3D imaging over 2019 Acreage Release permits AC/19-7 & 8. The survey covers the Montara field to the south west and adjoins the NOVAR MC3D to the north east.