Our current multi-client data library consists of 2,033 sq km of 3D seismic data from the Pannonian Basin in Hungary. As subscribers to a multi-client program, you’ll receive:
- PSTM stack
- AVO attributes
The Pannonian Basin of Hungary has a rich history in hydrocarbon E&P. According to the Hungarian national oil company, MOL, “extensive geological knowledge of the country and a well-developed existing surface infrastructure have enabled low cost and quick field production start-ups thus supporting rapid cash flow generation”.
License rounds are announced annually in Hungary offering 4-8 hydrocarbon and 1-3 geothermal blocks.
2D and 3D seismic surveys in Hungary
Multi-client Dévaványa 3D AVO Timeslice
Multi-client Dévaványa 3D Similarity Timeslice
Multi-client Kunmadaras 3D AVO
Our Multi-Client Model
In 2015, the Hungarian government gave access to a large portion of G&G data including 2D/3D raw seismic field records. Hungary has over 9,000 wells, 120,000 km of 2D and ~15,000 sq km of 3D seismic data that can be reprocessed using today’s advanced technology.
To help Operators more efficiently explore the region, Pannon Imaging has created a multi-client business model whereby clients can select public domain seismic data in the area of their choosing, and we’ll purchase and reprocess the data. Once processed, you’ll have the opportunity to license the dataset which saves time and reduces exploration risk vs. shooting a brand new 3D program.
You can select data from our existing multi-client library covering open areas and productive fields.
The summary of open exploration areas and our currently available multi-client survey locations can be downloaded from here.
Bela Marton, Senior Geophysicist, Vermillion Energy
“…The multi-client 3D seismic reprocessing idea helps interested companies evaluate upcoming concession blocks without having to invest large capital, but still have the benefit of modern technology reprocessing results.”
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