TGS unlocks access to data for 300 wells in Trinidad and Tobago’s energy-rich basins

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TGS, a provider of energy data and intelligence, recently announced that it can now provide access to derivative standardised well data from 300 wells in Trinidad and Tobago’s onshore and offshore basins. 

TGS said its well packages are interpretation-ready and include products such as standardised digital logs (LAS, LAS+, Mud LAS, Lith LAS), validated well headers, quality-controlled directional surveys, and other available derivatives. The well packages will be licensed and delivered to customers through TGS’ cloud-based R360 Platform.

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“High-quality well data will further enhance geological understanding of the area and enable E&P companies to maximise the potential for deepwater discoveries in one of the world’s most prolific exploration basins,” the company said. 

Jan Schoolmeesters, Executive Vice President of Digital Energy Solutions at TGS, said: “In addition to high-quality seismic data, we are pleased to offer a standardised well data catalog for both onshore and offshore wells in Trinidad and Tobago. Our well data processing enables customers to start interpretation right away, ultimately enhancing their ability to evaluate exploration opportunities and block prospectivity for current and future licensing rounds.”

The data will complement existing TGS 2D seismic coverage and wide-ranging basin studies offshore TT and support operators in assessing prospectivity in blocks included in the upcoming Shallow Water Bid Round. The country will be targeting over 23 blocks in its offshore acreage.

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