Logs from the 431 wells are available in multiple formats, ranging from raster image logs, LAS logs and Workstation-Ready processed logs. In addition to the standard suite of common logging runs, special care was undertaken to locate and include mud and dipmeter logs. Where available, velocities and directional surveys are also in the online collection.
"This expansion into the offshore east Canada market is part of A2D's growth strategy to increase data coverage in areas outside of our traditional U.S. focus," stated Dave Kotowych, president A2D Technologies. "We will continue to expand into new areas and existing markets to meet the demand of our customers for convenient desktop access to well log data access worldwide."
Since the 2002 acquisition of A2D by TGS-NOPEC Geophysical, A2D has focused its international expansion of well log coverage in areas that coincide with TGS-NOPEC seismic surveys. This new addition of well logs from offshore eastern Canada complements the multi-client seismic surveys in progress or completed off the coasts of Nova Scotia, Newfoundland and Labrador. Bundled exploration packages of seismic and well log data will available to companies looking to quickly enter the play or dramatically expand their stratigraphic picture of the region.
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