EMGS Releases Interactive, Multi-client Maps

By Joseph R. Fonseca
Tuesday, August 05, 2014

 

From EMGS's website, you now have interactive access to EMGS’s multi-client library.
 
Interactive EMGS survey maps v1.0

Visit our interactive multi-client maps. Zoom in to the area of interest, see what data is available, request more information about the survey, or download the shape file to open in a GIS application to interact with your existing acreage and data.

Multi-client data from around the world 

EMGS has extensive multi-client library, which contains exploration data from the Gulf of Mexico, offshore Brazil, the deep waters of India, Fylla East in Greenland, West of Shetland, and East Canada.

For the Barents Sea alone, we offer a library covering over 35,000 kmof data.  This data is ready for the immediate incorporation into your workflow.

Moreover, the integrated interpretation of 3D EM can also be used to improve well positioning, optimize portfolios, define appraisal programs, and characterize gas hydrates (either as drilling hazards or for commercial exploitation), among other applications.

Using EMGS’s survey maps 

Interact with EMGS's survey maps by double clicking on an open area or clicking on the controls in the upper left to zoom in/out and pan areas of interest.

Then, once you have selected a survey you can contact us for more information on the survey and download a shape files to load in a GIS application.  Please contact us if you experience any difficulty using the survey maps or need more information.

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