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Science of GeoResonance Technology

20+ technologies.
One solution.

GeoResonance technology is a unique combination of quantum physics, mathematics, chemistry and technical innovation. It has been invented, verified and continuously improved by our multinational team of scientists and geophysicists.

How does GeoResonance technology work?

The basic nature of GeoResonance technology rests on the premise that all physical objects have unique properties of energy. All elements in the Earth's crust exist in an excited state and are constantly emitting intrinsic electromagnetic radiation with its unique amplitude and frequency.

Since different lithologic units in the Earth's crust have different atomic structure, the electromagnetic (EM) field generated by each unit has distinct properties. The EM field produced by a lithologic unit overlaps EM fields produced by other lithologic units. Therefore, the Earth's electromagnetic field at any point is stacked, i.e. it contains overlapped EM fields from different lithologies.

GeoResonance oil trap

That electromagnetic radiation can be captured above the surface by remote sensing systems. The captured electromagnetic information can be analysed to filter out the electromagnetic field, generated by the substance of interest.

GeoResonance oil deposit type anomaly
Remote Sensing Survey

Remote Sensing
Key Enabling Technologies

GeoResonance Remote Sensing methodology makes use of over 20 technologies. Some of the key enabling technologies are:

  • Earth Remote Sensing
  • Multispectral imaging
  • Gamma irradiation, radiation chemistry
  • Photostimulated luminescence
  • Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) spectroscopy
  • Atomic absorption spectroscopy
  • X-ray fluorescence
  • Proprietary know-how. Patents 86496-UA, 35122-UA, 2007A00347-EU.
On-Site Survey

On-Site Survey
Key Enabling Technologies

An On-Site Survey follows the GeoResonance Remote Sensing stage, to take the accuracy of geophysical findings to the next level.

Main key enabling technologies used by GeoResonance On-Site Survey methodology are:

  • Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) spectroscopy
  • Electron Paramagnetic Resonance (EPR) spectroscopy
  • Earth Field NMR (EFNMR)
  • Earth’s Natural Pulse Electromagnetic Fields (ENPEMF)
  • Proprietary know-how. Patents 86497-UA, 55916-UA, 2272305-RU, 2007A000247-EU.
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One solution for all commodities
Scientific, cost and timeline advantages over traditional technologies.

Petroleum exploration with GeoResonance

Learn the potential of your deposit
before you drill.

Since 1997 the GeoResonance team has successfully completed over 60 hydrocarbons survey projects around the world. Effectiveness of GeoResonance technology has been proven by drilling results.

Depending on client’s requirements, GeoResonance can execute either a standalone Remote Sensing survey, or Remote Sensing followed by the On-Site Survey. GeoResonance On-Site Surveys offer unmatched accuracy and wealth of reported data. The capabilities of GeoResonance hydrocarbon surveys are summarised below:

REPORTED PARAMETER

REMOTE SENSING

On-SITE SURVEY

Survey area Any size. Anywhere. Onshore or offshore Onshore or offshore[1]
Identification of hydrocarbons Direct, by Spectral Signature Direct, by Spectral Signature
Sensing depths 5,000 m 5,000 - 6,000 m
Object of investigation Deposit Type Anomaly[2] (DTA) DTA
DTA contours Reported Reported
DTA area size Reported Reported
Effective DTA[3] Reported Reported
Intensity of anomalous signal Reported Reported at Measurement Points
Number of hydrocarbon-bearing horizons Reported at Test Points Reported at Measurement Points
Occurrence depths[4] of hydrocarbon-bearing horizons Reported at Test Points Reported at Measurement Points
Thickness of each hydrocarbon-bearing horizon Reported at Test Points Reported at Measurement Points
Hydrocarbon type in each horizon Reported at Test Points Reported at Measurement Points
Reservoir rock type[5] in each horizon Reported at Test Points Reported at Measurement Points
Reservoir pressure Reported Reported at Measurement Points
Oil-water contact, gas-water contact Reported at Test Points Reported at Measurement Points
Virtual Boreholes N/A Reported at Measurement Points
Anomaly cross-sections Reported Reported
Hydrocarbon traps Reported Reported
Tectonics, decompression zones Reported Reported
Estimation of original oil in place and original gas in place N/A Reported
Recommendations for further exploration and drilling Reported Reported
Selection of location for drilling of an exploration well N/A Reported
Map scale[6] Any scale Any scale
FOOTNOTE:
[1] - availability of the On-Site Survey service is subject to the safety of GeoResonance On-Site Survey team at the search area.
[2] - Deposit Type Anomaly (DTA) is a projection of subsurface hydrocarbon accumulations on the surface of the Earth.
[3] - effective DTA is an area inside the Deposit Type Anomaly with highest volumes of hydrocarbons.
[4] - True Vertical Depths are reported for all measurements of occurrence depths.
[5] - samples of reservoir rocks may be required for the analysis of reservoir rock types.
[6] - map scales for the presentation of survey results are subject to client's requirements and survey budget.
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GeoResonance vs. Seismic.
More capable.
Not as costly.

CAPABILITIES

GEORESONANCE

SEISMIC

Typical source of anomaly Nuclei of the targeted substance Structures or velocity layer contrasts
Direct identification of hydrocarbons Yes No
Identification of structural traps Yes Yes
Identification of non-structural traps Yes No
Decision-ready data reported Yes No, data requires interpretation
Estimation of occurrence depths of hydrocarbon-bearing horizons Yes No, depths of structural elements are reported
Identification of gas caps Yes No
Estimation of reservoir pressure Yes No
Identification of oil-water and gas-water contacts Yes No
Measurement of “virtual boreholes” Yes No
Estimation of probable reserves of hydrocarbons Yes No
Selection of locations for drilling points Yes Yes
Survey in any climate and geological conditions Yes No
Environmental impact No, zero impact There are environmental issues
Remote Sensing for fast reconnaissance Yes No
Survey duration (~ 1,000 km2)/td> 8 – 24 weeks 2+ years
Survey cost Negotiable ~ 50,000 USD per km2

Mineral exploration with GeoResonance

Base and precious metals.
Any terrain.
Anywhere.

The GeoResonance team has successfully completed over 50 surveys to locate and study mineral deposits occurring in igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic terrains, including structurally controlled and superficial deposits.

GeoResonance technology has successfully searched for Gold (Au), Copper (Cu), Uranium (U), Nickel (Ni), Molybdenum (Mo), Platinum (Pt), Silver (Ag), Iron (Fe), Zinc (Zn), kimberlite pipes and other materials. Our clients benefit from the following capabilities of our technology:

REPORTED PARAMETER

REMOTE SENSING

On-SITE SURVEY

Survey area Any size. Anywhere. Onshore or offshore Onshore or offshore[1]
Identification of mineralisation zones Direct, by Spectral Signature Direct, by Spectral Signature
Sensing depths 1,000 - 1,500 m 1,500 m
Object of investigation Deposit Type Anomaly[2] (DTA) DTA
DTA contours Reported Reported
DTA area size Reported Reported
Effective DTA[3] Reported Reported
Intensity of anomalous signal Reported Reported at Measurement Points
Number of subsurface mineralisation zones Reported at Test Points Reported at Measurement Points
Occurrence depths[4] of mineralisation zones Reported at Test Points Reported at Measurement Points
Thickness of each mineralisation zones Reported at Test Points Reported at Measurement Points
Groundwater contact Reported at Test Points Reported at Measurement Points
Virtual Boreholes N/A Reported at Measurement Points
Anomaly cross-sections Reported Reported
Tectonics Reported Reported
Estimation of in-place resources N/A Reported
Recommendations for geological sampling Reported Reported
Selection of location for drilling of exploration wells N/A Reported
Map scale[5] Any scale Any scale
FOOTNOTE:
[1] - availability of the On-Site Survey service is subject to the safety of GeoResonance On-Site Survey team at the search area.
[2] - Deposit Type Anomaly is a projection of the targeted subsurface mineral accumulations on the surface of the Earth.
[3] - effective DTA is an area inside the Deposit Type Anomaly with highest volumes of mineralisation.
[4] - True Vertical Depths are reported for all measurements of occurrence depths.
[5] - map scales for the presentation of survey results are subject to client's requirements and survey budget.

Groundwater exploration with GeoResonance

Discover new aquifers.
In weeks.

GeoResonance technology is an extraordinary tool for discovering geothermal and groundwater supplies at great depths. GeoResonance has successfully discovered groundwater in the deserts of the Sahara (Mauritania) and the South Gobi (Mongolia).

In addition to mapping of aquifers in sedimentary and crystalline rocks and in superficial deposits, GeoResonance technology can determine chemical composition of the groundwater, detect pollution plumes in groundwater systems, and much more. Our capabilities are presented in the table below:

REPORTED PARAMETER

REMOTE SENSING

On-SITE SURVEY

Survey area Any size. Anywhere. Onshore or offshore Onshore or offshore[1]
Identification of groundwater Direct, by Spectral Signature Direct, by Spectral Signature
Sensing depths 1,500 m 4,000 m
Object of investigation Deposit Type Anomaly[2] (DTA) DTA
DTA contours Reported Reported
DTA area size Reported Reported
Effective DTA[3] Reported Reported
Intensity of anomalous signal Reported Reported at Measurement Points
Number of groundwater-bearing horizons Reported at Test Points Reported at Measurement Points
Occurrence depths[4] of groundwater-bearing horizons Reported at Test Points Reported at Measurement Points
Thickness of each groundwater-bearing horizon Reported at Test Points Reported at Measurement Points
Groundwater type in each horizon Reported at Test Points (fresh, salt, geothermal) Reported at Measurement Points
Reservoir rock type[5] in each horizon Reported at Test Points Reported at Measurement Points
Groundwater temperature Reported Reported at Measurement Points
Direction of migration Reported Reported
Virtual Boreholes N/A Reported at Measurement Points
Anomaly cross-sections Reported Reported
Tectonics, decompression zones Reported Reported
Geothermal anomalies Reported Reported
Estimation of groundwater resources N/A Reported
Recommendations for drilling Reported Reported
Selection of location for drilling of an exploration well N/A Reported
Map scale[6] Any scale Any scale
FOOTNOTE:
[1] - availability of the On-Site Survey service is subject to the safety of GeoResonance On-Site Survey team at the search area.
[2] - Deposit Type Anomaly (DTA) is a projection of accumulations of subsurface aquifers on the surface of the Earth.
[3] - effective DTA is an area inside the Deposit Type Anomaly with highest volumes of groundwater.
[4] - True Vertical Depths are reported for all measurements of occurrence depths.
[5] - samples of reservoir rocks may be required for the anlysis of resevoir rock types.
[6] - map scales for the presentation of survey results are subject to client's requirements and survey budget.
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