June 16, 2021
Sounding to a depth of up to 400 m. Determination of geophysical boundaries and layers. Detection of possible anomalous heterogeneities associated with zones of fracture and increased porosity.
Good correlation of identified geophysical boundaries with actual geology.
It is possible to reveal the regularity of the dependence of electrophysical parameters with concentration of hydrocarbons.
An increase in hydrocarbons production rate should be observed in wells confined to zones of fracturing and local heterogeneities at the layer bottom.
Confirmation of efficiency, of ability to operate at depth up to 400 m, and of high resolution capacity of the DHRGE technology.