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Did BP's Nova Scotian well miss the prize?

Did BP's Aspy D-11 well miss the prize? Seismic shows that there are untested anomalies missed by the well. Do you think there is more potential here? Watch the full video covering Aspy results and see where huge potential is identified!

Nova Scotia's NS22-1 licence round closes in September 2023. There are eight parcels on offer and huge exploration potential. Searcher Seismic offers a comprehensive seismic database covering much of the area on offer. Searcher's high-quality 3D can image prospective reservoir fairways with AVO anomalies. The 2D seismic has great reprocessing potential to provide better subsurface imaging. There is huge potential in the deeper water regions that is largely untested!

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All of the information in this video can be found in our TROVE Canada database. This impressive product is a 'must-have' for E&P companies working in this region.

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