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Advanced depth processing of ocean bottom station data

Application of OBS tools to node data in a workflow enhances interpretation.

Paleobiology as a driver in exploration activities

Paleo-ecological information and biostratigraphic data may lead to new play prospects.

Seep-hunting in deepwater for prospectivity assessment

Multibeam echosounders and seismic data detect seeps, enhancing exploration.

Using 4C seismic data to improve prospect appraisal: A case study from offshore Trinidad

Problems with gas occlusion, fault shadows and shear wave splitting were overcome.

Using cone penetration tests to differentiate between gas hydrates and carbonate concretions in the Niger Delta

Seismic data alone shows high P-wave values for gas hydrates and concretions, creating a need for other tests to characterize anomalies in the ocean floor.

Exploration discoveries

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What's new in exploration

Winners curse: The end of exploration for ExxonMobil?

Exploration discoveries

Total made a new oil discovery in the Mer Tres Profonde Sud Block, offshore Republic of Congo in 6,955 ft of water.

Seismic acquisition vs. marine life: An update

Regulations to mitigate the effects of exploration on whales and other species have evolved rapidly, while research tries to identify those effects and to better detect whales.

Board chair discusses Nova Scotia's proactive exploration agenda

Vol. 228 No. 11   NOVA SCOTIA CANADA: THE NEXT PLAY Board chair discusses Nova Scotia’s proactive exploration agenda

Complete well history and subsurface data on-site at Geoscience Research Centre

Vol. 228 No. 11   NOVA SCOTIA CANADA: THE NEXT PLAY Complete well history and subsurface data on-site at Geoscience Research Centre The Geoscience Research Centre (GRC), located in Dartmouth, N.S. (across from Halifax), along with a recently established online Data Manag

East Coast supply and service delivers

Companies prove worth on Sable

Evaluating Scotian Shelf Deepwater

Vol. 228 No. 11   NOVA SCOTIA CANADA: THE NEXT PLAY Evaluating Scotian Shelf Deepwater Although much work remains to be done,

First ever Canadian Petroleum Digital Data now online

Vol. 228 No. 11   NOVA SCOTIA CANADA: THE NEXT PLAY First ever Canadian Petroleum Digital Data now online Nova Sc

Jurassic Carbonate Bank evaluation

Vol. 228 No. 11   NOVA SCOTIA CANADA: GEOSCIENCE Jurassic Carbonate Bank evaluation Arthur G. Kidston, David E. Brown, Brenton

Message from the Honourable Rodney J. MacDonald Premier of the Province of Nova Scotia Canada

Vol. 228 No. 11   NOVA SCOTIA CANADA: THE NEXT PLAY Nova Scotia welcomes World Energy Explorers

Millions being spent on Geoscience

Vol. 228 No. 11   NOVA SCOTIA CANADA: GEOSCIENCE Millions being spent on Geoscience Arthur G. Kidston, David E. Brown, Brento

New strategic licensing terms to spur exploration

Flexibility and lower costs key

Nova Scotia Offshore Regional Geoscience Initiative

Vol. 228 No. 11   NOVA SCOTIA CANADA: THE NEXT PLAY Nova Scotia Offshore Regional Geoscience Initiative The government run Nov

Nova Scotia, Canada's Offshore Frontier

Increasing exploration is top priority

Nova Scotia's geological subbasins

Opportunities in Sable subbasin and deepwater

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