Precise exploration down to 5,000 metres

We are an Australian company that offers a unique and proven method of geophysical survey.
Subsurface exploration has never been so precise - we detect the nuclei of targeted substances.
GeoResonance Remote Sensing and On-Site Survey will delineate your deposit in weeks not years.
Any commodity. Any tenement. Anywhere.

Science Creates Solutions

Any commodity. Unambiguous results.

GeoResonance combines over 20 technologies and patented know-hows into one methodology. The application of so many technologies requires specific skill-sets and state-of-art equipment. Our typical project involves 47 scientists and nuclear physicists, including 5 professors and 12 PhDs.

Traditional geophysical techniques produce ambiguous results. GeoResonance results are concise and unambiguous - we detect distinct resonance that is unique to nuclei of the ore minerals or hydrocarbons.

A complete GeoResonance survey starts with Sample Analysis followed by two stages: Remote Sensing and On-Site Survey.

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GeoResonance geophysical survey

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Survey area: 1,200 km2 onshore and 330 km2 offshore.
Target commodities: oil and methane gas.

Remote Sensing

Survey of vast territories within weeks.

Subsurface deposits generate distinct electromagnetic fields that reflect physical and chemical properties of atoms. The electromagnetic fields can be captured by airborne multi-spectral images.

During the Remote Sensing stage, we process satellite multi-spectral images of the survey territory and identify areas that are anomalous to the targeted substance.

Within weeks our Remote Sensing Report will detail locations of subsurface deposits, the size, occurrence depths, reservoir rock types, porosity of the reservoir rocks, direction of migration of fluids, prospectivity.

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Remote Sensing identified 2 oil and 5 gas anomalies. The map shows the intensity of the anomalous signals.

On-Site Survey

The most precise delineation of deposits.

Once anomalies are identified during the Remote Sensing stage, our team of experts visits the tenement to survey the anomalies.

Our on-site measurements are based on the phenomenon of the Nuclear Magnetic Resonance. Proprietary equipment is used to stimulate nuclei of the targeted mineral by using an oscillating electromagnetic field. The perturbed nuclei resonate at characteristic frequencies that are detected by GeoResonance instrumentation at the surface.

Our measurements do not require interpretation. If substance is present, we detect it. If it’s not present, we don’t detect it. Sensing depth - 5,000m for hydrocarbons, 1,500m for minerals, 3,000m for geothermal, 1,000m for groundwater deposits.

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On-Site Survey: identified anomalies and locations of the measurement points.

Deposit Delineation Report

Comprehensive analysis of deposit structure.

Our final report details deposit and substance characteristics.

We detail boundaries of the deposit, area size; occurrence depths, horizons, thicknesses; reservoir type, porosity; structural and non-structural traps; cross-sections, stratigraphic columns; direction of fluid migration.

Reported substance parameters include grade, pH factor, temperature, pressure.

We also provide estimation of reserves in place, recoverable reserves, and select coordinates for well drilling.

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GeoResonance on-site geophysical survey cross section

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Cross-section of the identified oil and gas anomaly shows
gas and oil-bearing horizons.

GeoResonance Applications

Reconnaissance of Prospective Territories

GeoResonance Reconnaissance of Prospective Territories

GeoResonance Remote Sensing can be undertaken to identify the presence or absence of mineral and hydrocarbon deposits in the area of interest. Fast and accurate GeoResonance survey results will add value in the following scenarios:

  • Territory assessment prior to acquiring tenement rights.
  • Definition of prospective territories for further exploration.

Greenfield Exploration

GeoResonance Greenfield Exploration

Remote Sensing, combined with the On-Site Survey, can significantly shorten and reduce the risk of exploration programs. With data reliability above 90%, GeoResonance delineation will identify the boundaries of all occurrences on the tenement, their depths, structure, and quantitative characteristics.

Deposit Delineation

GeoResonance Deposit Delineation

In cases when the presence of a deposit is established, GeoResonance technology can accurately detail its geology. GeoResonance report will create cross-sections of the deposit and estimate reserves which are economically and technically feasible to extract.

Verification of Traditional Exploration Methods

GeoResonance Verification of Traditional Exploration Methods

Traditional geophysical exploration methods can yield ambiguous results, as their interpretations are based on information about subsurface structure, not the substance itself. In contrast, GeoResonance technology directly detects the presence of the substance. While GeoResonance and traditional exploration methods can complement each other, experimental studies and commercial projects have proven the superior accuracy of GeoResonance method.

Reserve Definition

GeoResonance Reserve Definition

During the production stage, GeoResonance survey can provide an accurate assessment of remaining ore reserves.

Drilling Support

GeoResonance Drilling Support

Every prospect is ultimately drilled in order to provide proof of resource, but getting to the point of drill locations is a complicated process. Although GeoResonance survey does not remove all exploration risks, it generally improves the success rate of productive wells. Based on the results of the On-Site Survey, GeoResonance can determine drill locations for commercially viable wells.

Hydrogeological Mapping

GeoResonance Hydrogeological Mapping

A mining project is rarely viable when water has to be sourced from a considerable distance. GeoResonance technology has demonstrated extraordinary ability to identify groundwater deposits in both the South Gobi (Mongolia) and Sahara (Mauritania) deserts, with water-bearing horizons located 300 meters deep.

Coal Seam Gas Water Security

GeoResonance Coal Seam Gas Water Security

The biggest concern of the coal seam gas industry is the issue of water contamination. The increase in water wastage by mining in such a dry country with such a public focus on water shortages and water security represents a major public relations risk for the industry.

GeoResonance can accurately map groundwater resources, to satisfy CSG production water needs, manage water discharge, and to ensure that drilling and production do not contaminate water-bearing deposits.

Special Projects

GeoResonance Special Projects

We have successfully applied our technology to locate submersed structures, ships and aircraft. The technology has also been used to successfully identify WWII munitions that later led to the recovery of explosives left buried under layers of silt in the coastal Black Sea.

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