NEW! Congo Vision Phase 4
SNPC in partnership with PGS has started an extension of the project to add an additional 4 220 sq. km (nearly 50% more) of rejuvenated KPSDM data to the deep water covering open blocks Marine XIX and Marine XXX. This will be matched and merged with the existing Vision product to create more than 13 100 sq. km of contiguous, rejuvenated seismic data across the offshore Congo. The full reprocessed Congo Vision volume, delivered on a common grid, will be available in Q2 2023.
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Congo Peu Profond – new acquisition
This exciting new opportunity will allow SNPC to provide extensive coverage over the prospective and producing region on the Congo Shelf, to unlock plays and prospects not seen by the existing data. Partnering with PGS, the new data will enhance pre-salt imaging and improve our knowledge of the post-salt opportunities.
In 2019, PGS and SNPC reprocessed a vast amount of seismic data over the shelfal area, which provides robust datasets that reduce the technical risks of Congo shelf exploration. The Congo Shelf presents presalt plays and rift structures in prolific shallow-water acreage, close to existing infrastructure. Mesozoic salt basins with associated fields and discoveries extend across this area to the present-day onshore.
With a modern reprocessing flow PGS and SNPC have revitalized the entire basin area with an improved and consistent regional geological perspective, tying wells to a common 3D data set to allow a regional interpretation and identification of prospects, plays and migration paths. The Congo MegaSurveyPlus comprises 12 surveys, all reprocessed from field data using the latest broadband processing techniques, to deliver PSDM and prestack volumes and clearer images. Increased bandwidth and signal fidelity allow for better velocity models and more reliable images.
Map showing Congo Vision (purple with orange outline)
Congo Vision reprocessing example in the area of Phase I