Pinpoint viable geothermal production locations and monitor wells during operations with cutting-edge land seismic technology and solutions
Land seismic data can be used to de-risk decision making and drilling operations by pinpointing viable geothermal production locations and monitoring well integrity during operations. Discover the seismic surveys that make this possible...
High-density 3D surveys – for exploration
Required to de-risk pre-drill decision making
An end-to-end solution comprising of survey planning, survey design and optimisation, delivery of seismic acquisition programs using cutting-edge technology and techniques, and seismic data processing solutions.
Development of a seismic survey plan (single project or long-term (multi-year program)) to support permitting/regulation compliance
Design of a fully optimised 2D, pseudo-3D, 3D, seismicity, or monitoring survey
Efficient and cost-effective seismic inclusive of the world's smallest, lightest and most affordable receiver system, source technologies and the survey acquisition team required to execute the survey
Low cost, fast-track seismic data processing, inclusive of time, depth and analysis of seismicity data
“Not only did we get access to next-generation seismic instruments, but the contact with experienced seismologists at STRYDE (who clearly understood what instrument characteristics were important for our application), provided advice on how to maximise success on the deployment was a real bonus for us.
The STRYDE Navigator Tablet and App provided location accuracy of node locations for retrieval that was particularly impressive and was essential for retrieving the nodes in what was challenging terrain, and reduced the retrieval time (and therefore cost/man hours) down to 24 hours.
I was especially impressed by the number of instruments we were able to quickly deploy and the per-unit cost which I believe has the potential to revolutionise microseismic studies, even above and beyond other node providers.”
As the creators of the world’s smallest, lightest and most affordable seismic receiver node, STRYDE makes seismic accessible to the geothermal industry by reducing costs and logistical requirements, minimising HSE risk and environmental footprint and allowing seismic to be acquired in urban and environmentally restricted areas.
Are you curious how about the STRYDE Nimble System™ can help unlock and de-risk your next geothermal project? Watch the video of our Product Manager, Tom O'Toole, as he runs through all the capabilities of our cutting-edge land seismic technology and discover the power of the system below...
Rely on an experienced team who have supported geothermal projects in Europe, North America, and Asia to navigate through regulations and benefit high-resolution seismic data to improve subsurface knowledge and reduce the likelihood of well/and or project failure.
STRYDE's systems are the lowest price per channel in the industry, both in terms of upfront equipment and ongoing operating costs, and so are the natural choice for acquiring the high-definition data required for your geothermal project.
Use of world’s smallest and lightest seismic receiver node results in the ability to deploy hundreds of nodes a day by foot, meaning fewer deployment resources and minimal requirements for line clearance for significantly reduced environmental impact and surveys being supported and sanctioned by landowners.
STRYDE technology allows seismic acquisition teams to reduce exposure to HSE risk by requiring fewer vehicles and people in the field. Due to the low cost of our solutions, we make monitoring affordable, helping our clients assure the integrity of subsurface wells.
"STRYDE’s Nodes™ have enabled us to plan and deploy a seismic survey that with more traditional, or cabled systems simply would not be feasible. We anticipate that the data acquired will enable us to gain valuable insights into novel processing workflows with the aim of improving our ability to image the subsurface and identify geothermal resources. All the time doing so cost effectively and with minimal environmental impact, in addition to minimising risk.”
Dr Mark Ireland, Lecturer in Energy Geoscience at Newcastle University
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