Over 110,000 km2 surveyed and counting...

Since 2000 we have completed over 50 R&D and commercial projects in 16 countries.
The effectiveness of GeoResonance has been proven by drilling and trials.

Oil

USA

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Oil & gas

Australia

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Oil & gas

Australia

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Uranium

Mongolia

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Oil & gas

Indonesia

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Groundwater

Iran

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Oil & gas

USA

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Oil

Nigeria

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Geothermal water

Turkey

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Groundwater

Mongolia

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Shale gas

USA

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Oil

USA

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Coal

Russia

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Groundwater

Ethiopia

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Coal

Russia

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Gas

Russia

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Oil & Gas

USA

2009more »

Oil & Gas

Turkey

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Oil

Mongolia

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Gas Condensate

Ukraine

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Gas

Russia

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Groundwater

Cyprus

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Gas

Ukraine

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Oil

Kazakhstan

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Oil

Mongolia

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Methane Gas

Congo

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Diamonds

Congo

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Groundwater

Mongolia

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Granit

Ukraine

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Uranium

Ukraine

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Groundwater

UAE

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Platinum & Nickel

UAE

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Copper molybdenum

Mongolia

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Uranium

Ukraine

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Gas

Ukraine

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Gas condensate

Ukraine

2006more »

Uranium

Ukraine

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Groundwater

Mauritania

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Groundwater

Ukraine

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Oil & Gas

Ukraine

2005more »

Sunken ship

Ukraine

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Stockpiled warfare

Ukraine

2004more »

Oil & Gas

Russia

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Oil

Bulgaria

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Gas Leaks

Ukraine

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Groundwater

Ukraine

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Oil · USA · 2014

USA · Utah

Area 160 km2
Service Remote Sensing
Duration 4 weeks

A detailed geophysical survey identified two oil anomalies in the designated area.

GeoResonance results will be verified by drilling in the second part of 2014.

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Oil and Gas · Australia · 2013

Australia · Queensland

Area 1,101 km2
Service Remote Sensing
Duration 8 weeks

Four oil and one gas anomalies were identified in the designated area in the Surat Basin. Occurence depths of oil- and gas-bearing horizons and reservoir porosity were determined.

GeoResonance results matched historical drilling data in the vicinity of the survey area.

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Oil and Gas · Australia · 2013

Australia · South Australia

Area 218 km2
Service Remote Sensing
Duration 7 weeks

A tenement in the Cooper Basin, South Australia was surveyed for an Australian ASX-listed company. 18 hydrocarbon accumulations were identified – 5 accumulations anomalous to oil, 12 anomalous to gas, and one anomalous to both oil and gas. Occurence depths of hydrocarbon-bearing horizons and reservoir porosity were determined.

GeoResonance results were confirmed by historical drilling data and one exploration well.

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Uranium · Mongolia · 2013

Mongolia

Area 26,000 km2
Service Remote Sensing & On-Site Survey
Duration 28 weeks

Large-scale survey by request of Mongolian Government, to identify and delineate uranium deposits.

Results matched EM surveys and were confirmed by drilling.

Team received Government awardselectric and gravity surveys.

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Oil and Gas · Indonesia · 2012

Indonesia · Brantas region

Area 3,050 km2
Service Remote Sensing & On-Site Survey
Duration 27 weeks

GeoResonance surveyed five tenements, three of them were in the sea. Delineated 18 hydrocarbon deposits with depths of horizons ranging from 500 to 4,050 metres.

Estimated reserves of oil – 14.5 million ton.
Estimated reserves of gas – 57.8 billion m3.

Seismic survey had been conducted on two tenements and hydrocarbon deposits had been discovered prior to our survey. GeoResonance survey confirmed the location of the deposits and matched the seismic data.

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Groundwater · Iran · 2012

Iran · Yazd province

Area 560 km2
Service Remote Sensing & On-Site Survey
Duration 20 weeks

Identified and delineated three streams of drinking water at 150 – 190 m depth. Two streams of salt water were identified at 2,000 m and 3,800 m. Delineated eight fractures filled with water at 80 m, 170 m, 200 m, and 400 m depths.

Four existing wells produce water. The survey showed that the wells are located in fractures delineated by GeoResonance. Further drilling is scheduled for 2013.

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Oil & Gas · USA · 2011

USA · Utah

Area 100 km2
Service Remote Sensing & On-Site Survey
Duration 17 weeks

Seven hydrocarbon deposits have been discovered and delineated in the western regions of the State of Utah. All of them are currently for sale.

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Oil · Nigeria · 2011

Nigeria · South Coast

Area 10 km2
Service Remote Sensing
Duration 10 weeks

Verification of oil deposits for two oil rigs located near the south coast of Nigeria. GeoResonance determined the depths of oil fields which matched the actual depths. GeoResonance identified the reasons of weak oil inflow of one of the rigs. Identified geological faults filled with oil.

Survey results matched the seismic surveys and the actual drill data.

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Geothermal Groundwater · Turkey · 2011

Turkey · Central region

Area 200 km2
Service Remote Sensing
Duration 6 weeks

Geothermal groundwater deposit was delineated during the Remote Sensing stage for SANKO GROUP company.

The depth of the groundwater stream was 2,450 metres, temperature 248 °C.

The depths and temperature of the geothermal reservoir was confirmed by drilling.

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Groundwater · Mongolia · 2011

Mongolia · Gobi desert, Dalanzadgad

Area 2,200 km2
Service Remote Sensing & On-Site Survey
Duration 20 weeks

Identified and delineated four deposits of underground drinking water at 70 – 110 metre and 190 – 280 metre depths. Selected coordinates for five wells.

Estimated reserves - 100 million ton.

One well was drilled. The well yields drinking water of commercial quantities.

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Shale Gas · USA · 2010

USA · Texas

Area 128 km2
Service Remote Sensing & On-Site Survey
Duration 23 weeks

Delineated a shale gas deposit at 3,000 metre depths:

  • 25 gas anomalies were located. Each anomaly had 6 horizons at depths ranging from 1,500 to 2,400 metres. Horizon thickness – (50 – 60) metres. Gas pressure – ( 50 – 60) MPa, total area 7.8 km2.
  • Out of 25 gas anomalies, only 13 had commercial quantities of shale gas.
  • Another gas deposit (3,700 m deep, gas pressure 60 MPa) was located 2km north from the tenement.

Subsequent drilling has confirmed survey data. The well is producing gas at 62MPa. Actual well depth is 3,710 metres, depth estimation error - 7 metres. The deposit is currently under development.

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Oil · USA · 2010

USA · Utah

Area 200 km2
Service Remote Sensing & On-Site Survey
Duration 13 weeks

Delineated a hydrocarbon deposit for an American company "Python-AG" (Project "Rocky Ridge” 33/1). Three oil horizons were identified at 1,500 – 2,500 metre depths. The coordinates for a new well drilling were recommended to the Customer.

Estimated recoverable reserves – 30 million barrels.

The well was drilled to a depth of 2,600 metres. Oil well coring confirmed the location of all three oil horizons.

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Coal · Russia · 2010

Russia · Krasnoyarsk region, Siberia

Area 235 km2
Service Remote Sensing & On-Site Survey
Duration 14 weeks

Delineation of coal deposits and determination of coal grades. Four coal deposits at 150 m depths were delineated.

The presence of coal was confirmed by 20 drillholes. Depth errors were in 5 – 7 metre range, errors of deposit thickness were in 0.2 – 1.7 metre range.

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Groundwater · Ethiopia · 2010

Ethiopia · Danakil desert

Area 1,000 km2
Service Remote Sensing
Duration 8 weeks

Surveyed the area to identify reserves of groundwater required to mine potassium salts in the region. Water deposits were located at 145 – 190 metre depths.

Four wells confirmed survey results – groundwater was discovered at 150 – 190 metre depths. Wells yield 100 litres of water per second.

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Coal · Russia · 2010

Russia · Kemerovo region, Siberia

Area 30 km2
Service Remote Sensing & On-Site Survey
Duration 14 weeks

R&D project to determine the thickness of coal deposits in ‘Erunakovskaja-VIII’ coal mine. Three coal horizons with total length of 1.5 km were delineated.

GeoResnance results agreed with the results of electric survey and were confirmed by drilling and coring.

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Gas · Russia · 2010

Russia · Kemerovo region, Novokuznetsk, Siberia

Area 60 km2
Service Remote Sensing & On-Site Survey
Duration 18 weeks

Survey of natural gas fields under three coal deposits of the coal mine. Gas fields were discovered at 420 – 720 metre depths.

GeoResnance survey results matched electric survey data. The presence of gas was confirmed by increased inflow of natural gas at 420 metres during coal extraction.

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Oil & Gas · Technology Trials · USA · 2009

USA · Utah

Area 250 km2
Service Remote Sensing & On-Site Survey
Duration 10 weeks

GeoResonance technology trials. 20 active hydrocarbon sites were surveyed by GeoResonance; the results were demonstrated to independent arbiters and compared with drilling results. Practical demonstration of GeoResonance technology showed 98% accuracy.

Practical demonstration of GeoResonance technology showed 98% accuracy.

Read GeoResonance Technology Trials for more details.

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Oil & Gas · Turkey · 2009

Turkey · North and South regions

Area 2,300 km2
Service Remote Sensing & On-Site Survey
Duration 17 weeks

Surveyed and delineated gas deposits in the South region and oil deposits in the North region. Discovered four gas deposits in three horizons – 1,800 m, 2,300 m, and 3,500 metres. Discovered two oil horizons at 2,350 m and 3,450 metres.

Estimated gas reserves – 150 billion m3.

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Oil · Mongolia · 2009

Mongolia · Mondah Solomon region

Area 24,700 km2
Service Remote Sensing & On-Site Survey
Duration 24 weeks

Delineated two oil reserves. Each reserve had three oil-bearing horizons at 700 m, 1,200 m, and 2,350 metres.

Estimated reserves - 130 million ton.

One oil reserve was surveyed using electric, seismic, and gravity methods. Results matched.

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Gas and Gas Condensate · Ukraine · 2009

Ukraine · Kirovograd region

Area 60 km2
Service Remote Sensing & On-Site Survey
Duration 18 weeks

GeoResonance was contracted to detect the presence of gas under the uranium mine. A deposit of natural gas and gas condensate at depths 2,500 and 2,600 metres was identified. Also, a gas field in the faults at 580 – 620 metre depths was detected.

The presence of gas in the fault (560 metre depth) was confirmed by drilling. The presence of the gas deposit at 2,500 metres was confirmed by subsequent electric survey.

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Gas · Russia · 2009

Russia · Kuznetsk Basin, Siberia

Area 4 km2
Service Remote Sensing & On-Site Survey
Duration 14 weeks

Surveyed of ‘Kuzbass Coal’ coal mine to detect the presence of gas under the coal horizon. Detected gas deposit beneath the coal horizon at 500 metre depth, with gas pressure 30 MPa.

The presence of gas was confirmed by drilling.

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Groundwater · Cyprus · 2009

Cyprus · Limassol region

Area 100 km2
Service Remote Sensing & On-Site Survey
Duration 16 weeks

Identified and delineated drinking groundwater. Estimated parameters: depths 180 – 200 metres, pH 6.5 – 7.0.

Drilling confirmed the reported survey data. Actual parameters: depths 185 – 205 metres, pH 6.8, yield - 45 ton per hour.

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Natural Gas · Ukraine · 2009

Ukraine · Donetsk region

Area 10 km2
Service Remote Sensing & On-Site Survey
Duration 14 weeks

By request of ‘Zasyadko’ coal mine in Donetsk region, GeoResonance investigated the presence of natural gas. Gas seeped into the mine and caused an explosion that led to several depths.

The survey detected three faults filled with methane gas. Also, GeoResonance determined the gas deposit comprised four horizons at 544, 974, 1,266, and 1,753 m.

Subsequent drilling confirmed the presence of gas in all four horizons at the specified depths. Depth errors ranged from 10 to 40 metres, mainly due to the deviations of the drill.

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Oil · Kazakhstan · 2009

Kazakhstan · Kyzylorda

Area 80 km2
Service Remote Sensing & On-Site Survey
Duration 19 weeks

Delineated three tenements near South Torgaj oil basin. Discovered two horizons of oil at 1800 and 2600 metres.

Estimated volume - 15 million ton.

Survey data were confirmed by electric and seismic surveys.

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Gas & Oil · Mongolia · 2008

Mongolia · The Gobi desert

Area 2,400 km2
Service Remote Sensing & On-Site Survey
Duration 25 weeks

Large scale fields of natural gas and oil were prospected in Gobi desert region by request of ’MAK’ company. Delineated 12 oil anomalies – three oil bearing horizons at 1,600, 2,400, and 3,200 metre depths.

Estimated reserves - 35 million ton.

GeoResonance data was confirmed by electric and gravity surveys.

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Methane Gas · Congo · 2008

Congo · Lake Kivu

Area 20 km2
Service Remote Sensing
Duration 10 weeks

Data acquisition and estimation of methane gas resources near the Lake Kivu. Delineated a unique methane gas deposit in the area of the Lake Kivu at 400 and 800 metre depths.

Estimated reserve – 6,760,000,000,000 m3 of natural gas.
Recoverable gas - 2,028,000,000,000 m3.

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Diamonds · Congo · 2008

Congo

Area 100 km2
Service Remote Sensing
Duration 12 weeks

Search for diamondiferous deposits on the territory of the Democratic Republic of Congo. 16 formations of diamondiferous rocks were identified along the river bed, 6 to 8 metres deep.

Diamonds were found during prospecting of 8 identified locations. The tenement was evaluated as US $325m.

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Groundwater · Mongolia · 2008

Mongolia · South of the Gobi desert

Area 800 km2
Service Remote Sensing & On-Site Survey
Duration 23 weeks

By request of ‘MON-ZIM-INTERNATIONAL’ Co. Ltd (Ulan-Baator) GeoResonance discovered groundwater streams in the South of the Gobi Desert, 270 – 320 metres deep, 4.2 km wide.

Estimated parameters: pH 7.0 – 8.0, pressure – 25 atm, yield – 15 ton per hour.

Survey data was confirmed by 6 boreholes. The boreholes were drilled to 275 – 320 metre depths and yielded high quality drinking water (pH 7.3) at 18 ton per hour rate.

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Granit · Ukraine · 2008

Ukraine · Zhitomir region

Area 200 km2
Service Remote Sensing & On-Site Survey
Duration 12 weeks

GeoResonance located and delineated three granite deposits at 10 – 35 metre depths.

All surveyed deposits were confirmed by drilling and are in industrial exploitation now.

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Uranium · Ukraine · 2008

Ukraine · Kirovograd region

Area 120 km2
Service Remote Sensing & On-Site Survey
Duration 26 weeks

GeoResonance won the tender to explore uranium deposits for the Ministry of Energy of Ukraine. Identified and delineated four ore bodies at 120 – 950 metre depths.

All surveyed results were confirmed by drilling.

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Groundwater · UAE · 2007

United Arab Emirates · Fujairah Emirate

Area 300 km2
Service Remote Sensing & On-Site Survey
Duration 20 weeks

Created a map of groundwater resources of Fujairah Emirate, delineated 5 streams of groundwater.

Currently 2 of the 5 groundwater streams have bores which produce water in commercial quantities, used by local bottle factory.

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Platinum, Palladium, and Nickel · UAE · 2007

United Arab Emirates · Fujairah Emirate

Area 480 km2
Service Remote Sensing & On-Site Survey
Duration 23 weeks

Located and delineated deposits of platinum, palladium and nickel at depths from 3 to 50 metres.

All surveyed deposits were confirmed by drilling and are in industrial exploitation now.

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Copper Molybdenum · Mongolia · 2007

Mongolia · Erdenet region

Area 24 km2
Service Remote Sensing & On-Site Survey
Duration 21 weeks

By request of ‘Erdenet’, GeoResonance delineated copper molybdenum deposits near town of Erdenet. Three deposits were identified at 20 – 350 metre depths.

Survey results were confirmed by geological studies.

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Uranium · Ukraine · 2007

Ukraine · Kirovograd region

Area 60 km2
Service Remote Sensing & On-Site Survey
Duration 24 weeks

GeoResonance won the tender to explore uranium deposits for the Ministry of Energy of Ukraine. Identified and delineated four ore bodies at 10 – 1,100 metre depths.

All surveyed results were confirmed by drilling.

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Gas & Gas Condensate · Ukraine · 2007

Ukraine · Donetsk region

Area 54 km2
Service Remote Sensing & On-Site Survey
Duration 16 weeks

GeoResonance identified and delineated a gas deposit near ‘Novokonstantinovskaya’ uranium mine. The gas condensate field was located under the granite shield at the depth of 2,500 metres.

The results were examined by The Institute of Geological Sciences of Ukraine in 2008. GeoResonance findings were confirmed by the results of electrical survey.

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Gas & Gas Condensate · Ukraine · 2006

Ukraine · Crimean peninsula

Area 12 km2
Service Remote Sensing & On-Site Survey
Duration 15 weeks

The accuracy of GeoResonance technology to measure depths of oil, gas, and gas condensate deposits was verified on existing two gas wells and two gas condensate wells in Crimea. The test results were used to delineate the oil and gas deposits. Gas horizons were identified at 1,600 and 4,000 metre depths, gas condensate – at 4,100 metres.

GeoResonance results matched the parameters of the existing wells and seismic survey data.

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Uranium · Ukraine · 2006

Ukraine · Kirovograd region

Area 100 km2
Service Remote Sensing & On-Site Survey
Duration 25 weeks

GeoResonance won the tender to explore uranium deposits for the Ministry of Energy of Ukraine. Identified and delineated four ore bodies at 70 – 800 metre depths.

All surveyed results were confirmed by drilling.

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Groundwater · Mauritania · 2006

Mauritania · The Sahara desert, Atar region

Area 2,500 km2
Service Remote Sensing & On-Site Survey
Duration 17 weeks

By request of the Ministry of National Security of the Islamic Republic of Mauritania, GeoResonance carried out a search for underground drinking water in Sahara, near town of Attar. A powerful flow of drinking water was found at the depth of 130 – 150 metres. Estimated pH: 7.0 – 8.0. Estimated yield: 800 ton per hour.

Surveyed results were confirmed by drilling boreholes. Actual parameters: 125 – 150 m depth, pH 7.5, yield – 920 ton per hour.

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Drinking Groundwater · Ukraine · 2006

Ukraine · Crimea, Sevastopol region

Area 100 km2
Service Remote Sensing & On-Site Survey
Duration 16 weeks

By request of Sevastopol City Administration, GeoResonance searched for ground drinking water in the metropolitan area. 78 boring points were indicated. Water occurrence depth was ranging from 20 to 100 metres.

Survey results were confirmed by drilling boreholes. All boreholes yielded high quality drinking water in industrial quantities.

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Oil & Gas · Ukraine · 2005

Ukraine · Crimean peninsula

Area 84 km2
Service Remote Sensing & On-Site Survey
Duration 21 weeks

By request of ‘Krymgeologiya’ Ltd. GeoResonance carried out works to investigate ‘Tat'yaninskoe’ oil and gas deposit which was discovered earlier on the Crimean peninsula. GeoResonance delineated the deposits, evaluated recoverable reserves, and selected points for drilling.

In 2010, a new well was drilled based on GeoResonance survey report. The well confirmed the commercial inflow rate, determined by GeoResonance.

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Sunken ‘Armenia’ ship · Ukraine · 2005

Ukraine · Crimea coast, the Black Sea

Area 1,000 km2
Service Remote Sensing & On-Site Survey
Duration 12 weeks

Located the 'Armenia' ship which sunk in the Black Sea at 520m depth. The survey was undertaken in corroboration with the Institute of Archaeology of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, the Underwater Heritage Department. Samples of the targeted materials that made up the Armenia were obtained from the wharf in Nikolaev and included steel alloys (the hull), iron (chimneys), copper (wires), brass. Covered by 5-6m silt layer, the identified object comprised 100m and 10m long fragments, 40m apart. The smaller 10m long fragment was presumably the torpedoed Armenia’s bow. At 500m depth the 'Langouste' bathyscaphe discovered a 40m deep submarine canyon at the pipointed location. The bathyscaphe was not equipped with a magnetometer and metal detector to register the hull of the ship, however the crew visually identified a “100m long smooth surface”. Contrary to unreliable Wikipedia blogs the Armenia has been located.

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Sunken Warfare and Explosives · Ukraine · 2004 - 2009

Ukraine · Crimea coast, the Black Sea

Area 120 km2
Service Remote Sensing & On-Site Survey

Determination of the depth and location of stockpiled chemical warfare that was left from the World War II in the coastal Black Sea area. Remote identification of chemical substances in containers (organophosphate, organ chlorine, arsenic). Located and recovered more than 1,600 objects - underground stock of explosives of the Second World War (depth 6 metres), chemical warfare agents under water and silt layer (depth 18-20 metres).

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Oil & Gas · Russia · 2003

Russia · Tyumen region, Siberia

Area 16 km2
Service Remote Sensing & On-Site Survey
Duration 14 weeks

By request of ‘INCOTEC-region’, Moscow, in cooperation with the Russian Academy of Energy Science and Tyumen Oil and Gas Institute, GeoResonance studied seven oil fields in the Tyumen region.

Exploration results were confirmed by industrial drilling on two fields. On the remaining five fields drilling was not completed yet.

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Oil · Bulgaria · 2003

Bulgaria · South regions

Area 400 km2
Service Remote Sensing & On-Site Survey
Duration 25 weeks

Delineated an oil deposit. Estimated reserves - 25 million ton.

Survey matched the drilling results - two wells were drilled and sealed by USSR specialists two decades ago.

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Gas Leaks in Underwater Pipeline · Ukraine · 2003

Ukraine · Crimea coast, the Black Sea

Area 40 km2
Service On-Site Survey

By request of ‘Krymneftergaz’ GeoResonance searched for gas leaks in the underwater pipeline in the Black Sea. To survey the area, GeoResonance mobile equipment was mounted on a floatation platform. GeoResonance located six places which leaked gas, depth 30 metres. The locations of two of them were known to the customer prior to the survey. The leakages were confirmed by divers.

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Groundwater · Ukraine · 2003, 2006 - 2009

Ukraine · Crimea, Sevastopol and Simferopol regions

Area 1,100 km2
Service Remote Sensing & On-Site Survey
Duration 6 contracts,16-18 weeks per contract

Search for underground sources of drinking water quality was carried out on the Crimean peninsula. Over 100 points for bore drilling were identified. Drinking water (pH 6.0 – 7.0) was found at the depths of 50 – 150 metres. Geothermal water was found at 1,000 metre depth, 85 °C temperature.

Over 100 bores were drilled in Sevastopol and over 20 were drilled in Simferopol. The drilling confirmed the depth accuracy of ±(5 – 8) metres and the yield estimation of ±(6 – 8) litres per second. Drinking water (pH 6.8 – 7.5) was found at 50 – 150 metres. Two geothermal boreholes were drilled: 1,020 metre depth, 86°C temperature.

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