May 31, 2017 -- Getech, providers of natural resources exploration data and information expertise, has released two, complementary in-depth reports that will provide users with remarkable insight into the geology of the North Atlantic, from the coastal margins of Canada across to Western Europe.
Regional Reports, written by Getech’s expert geoscientists, are designed to give users a wider and greatly improved understanding of their area of exploration.
Exploration new ventures and asset teams who use these two reports will benefit from a thorough understanding of the variations in structural and tectonic evolution between the basins and the influence these variations have had on the petroleum systems that developed along the European conjugate margin (from Rockall to the Iberian Peninsula) and the Canadian conjugate margin (including Newfoundland and Labrador).
Recently, and as part of its 29th licensing round, the UK Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) offered 25 licences for award (covering 111 blocks or part blocks) to 17 companies. The region of the UK Continental Shelf (UKCS) covered by this round includes the Rockall Basin. These two new Regional Reports from Getech considerably strengthen understanding of the region and provide vital insight to improve exploration decision making.
Getech’s Director of Sales and Marketing, Jules Cullen, explains more about the benefits that Regional Reports can provide to exploration companies of all sizes: “Our reports are invaluable as they produce new insight into our customers’ key areas of interest. Companies who invest in our reports are often looking for rapid orientation about the geology in the areas they are screening. Other companies want to gain a more detailed insight into the prospectivity of the regions they are planning to explore and develop. Whatever the motivation, all our customers tell us that they refer to our reports repeatedly as their own thoughts and ideas develop.”
To view all of the latest Getech Regional Reports please visit: www.getech.com/regional-reports