Optimized design reduces field exposure hours.
Integrated GIS tools identify high risk areas up front and aid risk mitigation strategy development.
Reducing environmental impact is not just the right thing to do … it’s good business.
ACTeQ is the only choice for unbiased survey planning solutions.
TesserACT is a powerful integrated survey design package for land, marine, seabed and mixed mode projects.
TesserACT allows you to get the most out of your acquisition and processing technology by ensuring that you focus your effort on the most critical targets.
Reliable and easily available image quality and operational cost metrics ensure that your 3D survey is the best possible investment to exploit your sub-surface resources.
ACTeQ provides game changing 3D seismic survey design software and innovative, experienced personnel. Our mission is to enable E&P companies and service providers to collaborate in the design of 3D surveys delivering increased return on investment.
3D seismic surveys have become the most important exploration and production tool for oil and gas companies. The last 20 years have seen an explosion in acquisition and processing technology available for land, marine and transition zone surveys:
We will be demonstrating TesserACT on the Lenovo stand #1642, with public presentations at Noon each day plus a special Happy Hour presentation at 16:30 on Monday.
“TesserACT: Advanced survey planning for land, marine streamer, seabed and mixed mode acquisition”
In this talk, we will feature a number of survey design optimization projects on-shore and offshore, including our unique OBN scenario optimization capability for cabled systems, ROV nodes, nodes on a rope and flying nodes, as well as integrated seabed and towed streamer operations. We will also be making a major product announcement that will be of great interest to anyone seeking to minimize towed streamer 3D infill shooting.
ACTeQ is proud to be a Titanium sponsor of the Geophysical Society of Houston Icebreaker to be held from 6pm to 8pm at St. Arnolds Brewery (2000 Lyons Ave., Houston, TX 77020) on September 5th, 2019.
Join us to
Click on the St Arnold logo to register at the GSH website.
ACTeQ has moved into our new office space at
16225 Park Ten Place, Suite 500
Houston, Texas, 77084
United States of America
The GSH Web Symposium on Survey Design (New Tools for New Challenges) held on May 29th 2019 was a first of a kind event that brought presentations from 8 industry thought leaders to a global geophysical audience. This format aids the dissemination of ideas by making the latest ideas available at low cost, and with no travel expense. The proceedings were recorded and are available through the GSH.
ACTeQ would like to thank the organisers, speakers and chairpersons for their efforts in making this event a big success.
ACTeQ founder and advisor Dave Ridyard provided a short article for the May GSH Journal to set the background for the web symposium. The article reviews 30 years of history (and in one case 1,000 years of history) to identify broader themes that remain relevant today.
In response to growing client demand, ACTeQ is recruiting a Houston based Survey Planning Support Specialist.
To see details of the role, Click here.
To apply, Click here.
Version 1.6.3 contains many great new features for Land, Seabed and Towed Streamer survey planning. These include enhanced automated hazard avoidance features and an interactive line turn editor.
A series of short articles addressing key topics in the arena of 3D survey design; Geophysics, operations optimization and TesserACT tips and tricks
Compressive sensing is emerging as a powerful tool in the geophysicist's toolkit. TesserACT now offers a range of powerful tools to support randomization.
Image shows a small piece of a large, high resolution survey on the Permian Basin, with trace densities exceeding 70M traces per sq km.
Great imaging requires great data. In this short note, Dave Monk discusses one of the key factors that should be considered when designing a survey for FWI.
Image above : This Full Waveform Inversion shows 100Hz data from 300m to 4,500m. The image was produced by DownUnder Geosolutions. Capreolus data is shown by kind permission of Polarcus.
TesserACT is available for marine streamer, seabed, transition zone, land and mixed mode applications. Support for borehole applications is on the way !
If you are an E&P company, a geophysical service provider, an equipment manufacturer, a consulting organization or an academic institution, contact us now for a demonstration or a trial installation.
Help us to make TesserACT a game changer in faster, safer, cheaper delivery of high quality, environmentally sensitive 3D surveys.