Method to reduce helicopter costs in drilling operations in a 2D seismic survey in mountainous areas. Case study.

Written by Antonio Di Lecce and Alessandra Ciafardini (Geotec S.p.A.) on .

Summary

Land seismic acquisition in areas difficult to reach by vehicles, implies the use of helicopters to support operations, such as, surveying, drilling and recording. Optimizing helicopter flight time is significant when facing budget constraints and for obtaining good results. The purpose of this paper is to present the results of a recent case-study where both conventional and heli-portable rigs were used and introduce a method to optimize helicopter flight time for drilling operations.

La Venta Spedizione Tepui Venezuela

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Il giorno 27 febbraio é partita una nuova spedizione dell’Associazione La Venta in terra venezuelana. La spedizioni rappresenta una nuova tappa del “Progetto Tepui”, promosso e organizzato dall’Associazione la Venta, un gruppo no profit che da vent’anni svolge ricerche multidisciplinari in tutto il pianeta, prevalentemente in ambienti sotterranei, e che ad oggi ha organizzato oltre sessanta spedizioni esplorative in molte regioni remote della Terra: dall’Antartide alla Patagonia, dal Myanmar al Messico, dall’Asia centrale al Venezuela.

Seismic Ops Underway at Petromanas' Albania Blocks

Written by Rigzone Staff on .

Petromanas Energy Inc. announced late Monday that its 2013 seismic program on Blocks 2 and 3 in Albania is underway. Petromanas said its contractor, Geotec SpA of Italy, has initiated survey work and the drilling of shot holes. Recording commenced April 15. Under the terms of the company's farm-out agreement with Royal Dutch Shell plc, Petromanas will be carried on the first $20 million spent on the seismic program, including the test line which was shot in 2012 and which is currently being processed.

Petromanas updates drilling and seismic programs on Blocks 2-3

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CALGARY, Feb. 11, 2013 /CNW/ - Petromanas Energy Inc. ("Petromanas" or the "Company") (TSXV: PMI) today provided an update on its Albanian operations, including its ongoing drilling and seismic programs on Blocks 2-3. The Shpirag-2 well is currently at a depth of approximately 4,800 metres and is sidetracking in a lower Flysch shale zone, and will then drill ahead, as planned, into the targeted carbonate reservoir zone.

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