HydroCarbon Feature Extraction
The phenomenon of hydrocarbon (HC) microseepage is a common phenomenon occurring in areas with the presence of onshore oil and gas reservoirs.
The GIS remote sensing techniques with satellite imagery or Hydrocarbon raster dataset is used to detect any indication of such seepage systems by satellite imagery is carried out through the process of advance Geoprocessing tools in recording the reflectance characteristics generated by HC microseepage symptom. The use of remote sensing in detecting hydrocarbon seepage phenomena as an estimate of the existence of oil and gas reserves can promise big profits because the process takes place quickly and effectively, and can be done at various scales. Based on the exposure, oil and gas exploration activities can actually be done through detection of HC microseepage detected by satellite imagery. Through this approach, the presence of oil and gas reserves onshore as a source of oil and gas can be known accurately and precisely so as to increase the profitability of oil and gas production.
Mama Information Technology & GIS Solutions collects the following information about a place or area of study:-
- Geological History and General Stratigraphy.
- Geomorphological properties.
- Lineaments interpreted from gravity data.
- Lineaments interpreted from magnetic data.
- Basement fault datasets.
- Lineaments based prospective maps.
The gravity and magnetic lineaments will be extracted from both gravity and magnetic contour maps, and the same will be digitized into GIS layers. Another GIS layer on basement faults system will be prepared sourced from seismic interpretations of top basement horizon of the area. The basement linearities and other identified linearities will be correlated with the surface lineaments interpreted from IRS P-6 LISS III image, SRTM, and Landsat image.