Regions: Europe and Russia

Drone-Based Magnetic and Electromagnetic Measurements in Sweden: A Few Case Studies

13 September 20237:00 AM–8:00 AM (CST) In the frame of an EU-funded project, Smart Exploration, two data acquisition systems have been developed by the Geological Survey of Sweden (SGU and Uppsala University (UU) to measure the total magnetic field and electromagnetic (EM) signals from distant radio transmitters in the frequency range 10-350 kHz on-board an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV). The EM system is composed of a data logger and a three-component induction coil sensor, mounted

Advanced electromagnetics for geothermal/hydrocarbon applications – Part 2 Applications

This webinar continues exploring the application of electromagnetics methods for geothermal/hydrocarbon problems. The examples include sub-salt and sub-basalt applications where careful survey design and feasibility studies allowed optimum field operations. Subsequently well placed on the EM interpretation integrated with other geophysical data confirmed the results. Another successful geothermal case history is from Hungary where the integrated interpretation strategy was used to define drilling target. In addition, electromagnetics can be used to monitor hydrocarbon reservoirs or