DataReSource has one of the largest seismic data libraries in the world with hundreds of thousands of data sets from many different regions globally. In addition to the seismic data, DataReSource has support data from field acquisition to final processing and interpretation. We have a massive archive of seismic surveys starting from the 1960s up until the present day as well as observer logs, acquisition reports, processing reports, surveyor’s notes and interpretation project data.
In todays exploration world, government bodies tightly control the release and access to seismic data for use in exploration projects. Prior to the 1990’s this control was less demanding, and many data sets recorded by exploration companies where never submitted to the appropriate governing bodies. DataReSource has spent considerable time researching seismic data that was recorded but never submitted to governing bodies in an attempt to build a body of unique, rare, and previously inaccessible data sets and make these data available to the public.
If you are looking for seismic, or any other type of exploration data, Contact Us with your requirements and will get right back to you.
- Field Seismic
- Processed Seismic
- Observer Logs
- Acquisition Reports
- Shot Point Base Maps
- Processing Reports
- Surveyor Notes
All data is available in any required format including SEGY for digital data and pdf for Support Data
All Australian basins covered including the following
- Carnarvon Basin
- Bowen Basin
- Surat Basin
- Murray Basin
- Otway Basin
- Amadeus Basin
- Clarence Morton Basin
- Eromanga Basin
Large collection of international data including the following
The primary method used for the exploration of oil and gas is Seismic. Seismic exploration is the uses the principles of seismology to derive the properties of the subsurface from reflected seismic waves. The method requires a controlled seismic source of energy, and an array of geophones to receive the information form the subsurface for processing.
Seismic was first used in the 1960’s and deployed single receivers which were moved to differing distances from the seismic source. Over time the number of receivers has grown from 1 to 12 to 24 and now into the thousands. DataReSource has data in its collection spanning the last 40 years. The method that was first deployed was a 2 dimensional method, but this has now grown to 4 dimensional.
The types of seismic data available from DataReSource include:
- Method - 2D, 3D, and 4D Data.
- Terrain - Marine, Shallow Marine, and Land.
- Source Types - Dynamite, Vibroseis, Airgun, and a range of other source signals.
- Purposes - Site survey’s, regional exploration survey’s, targeted reservoir projects, survey ties, well ties, and many others.
- Data Types - Field, Processed, Gathers, Navmerged, and final interpretation projects
- Processing Types - Raw field, demultiplexed field, navigation merged field, gathers, stacks, and migrations.
- Data Formats - SEGA, SEGB, SEGC, SEGD, SEGY, DIGICON, WESTERN INTERNAL,GEOSYSTEMS, Pheonix, TIMAP, SIPMAP, and many others.
Additional Data Libraries
DataReSource has one of the largest well log libraries in the world with thousands of wells data files from around the globe. The data library includes both onshore and offshore wells, location data, and logs in LIS, DLIS, LAS, and ASCII. The types of well data including, Well Logs Files, Well Completion Reports, etc
If you are looking for well log data, or any other type of exploration data, contact us with your requirements and will get right back to you.Contact Us
DataReSource has a comprehensive elevation data set that covers every onshore survey shot in Australia no matter what vintage or location. The Elevation data set allows users to add elevation data to projects where it does not already exist and compare and update elevation data in existing projects
For onshore explorers that have been searching for elevation data for their historical seismic surveys, DataReSource has the data you have been looking for.Contact Us
Potential Field Data
DataReSource has a significant collection of potential field surveys from around Australia. The data has been acquired through a mix of oil and mineral exploration projects allowing oil and gas companies quick access to data acquired for minerals projects in their area of interest. With the newly expanding role that unconventional gas is playing in the Australian market, typically in areas of previous coal prospects, this data is now becoming increasingly more important
The types of data available include magnetic, gravity, electromagnetic and other forms of potential field and flight line data from across the region.Contact Us