Combining seismic, well, and geological information to model the evolution of a sedimentary basin for predicting the likelihood, quality, and quantity of technically and economically recoverable oil and gas is at the core of successful exploration and appraisal strategies.

Understanding how a reservoir has been charged with hydrocarbons—including the source and timing of hydrocarbon generation, migration routes, quantities, and hydrocarbon type—is essential to developing an optimal exploitation plan. By integrating petroleum systems analysis into full model-based evaluations of the exploration risk elements of trap, reservoir, charge, and seal, you are able to quantify risk and make more informed investments on prospective acreage and exploration drilling prospects.

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