Gravitude’s DepthWatch technology is used to determine relative seafloor depths with extreme accuracy. Thanks to recent developments that make the instrumentation even more precise and compact, DepthWatch is now available as a service for ocean bottom node (OBN) seismic campaigns. The development will be presented by Paul Hatchell (Shell) at the forthcoming SEG Conference (see the abstract here). 4D OBN surveys are performed periodically over
OCTIO Gravitude has surveyed this summer the Snøhvit, Albatross and Askeladd gas fields, operated by Equinor Energy AS. The survey featured the gWatch technology, the new generation of seabed gravity and subsidence instrumentation. The operation lasted for less than three weeks and was performed very efficiently and with no HSE incidents. In this type of surveys, the quality of both gravity and seafloor depth data
Don’t miss this opportunity to get updated about recent developments in OCTIO’s technologies: DrillWatch: real-time decision support during drilling operations using a portable seabed seismic system Applications: improved geo-steering, depth control, well integrity and look-ahead gWatch: 4D gravity at the seafloor as an alternative to seismic at 10% of cost Applications: map mass redistribution in the reservoir, map reservoir depletion, quantify aquifer influx, identify compartments DepthWatch:
OCTIO Gravitude is proud to present our new innovation: DepthWatch for accurate node depth measurements – a game changer in terms of enhanced data quality in OBN surveys. Visit us at booth 701 to learn more about the novel DepthWatch system for seismic ocean bottom node campaigns: In addition, OCTIO provides a range of services for non-intrusive monitoring applications: Come and visit us at booth number
Equinor Energy AS has awarded OCTIO Gravitude an exclusive contract for gravimetric monitoring on the Norwegian continental shelf. The contract has an initial duration of five years, with an option of additional four years. For these surveys, OCTIO Gravitude will be utilizing gWatch, the new generation of seabed gravimetry equipment. gWatch was introduced in 2018 for the surveys of the Ormen Lange and Aasta Hansteen
OCTIO and Gravitude will be present at the SEG exhibition and conference in Anaheim, California, 14-19 October 2018. Come and visit us at booth 1943 and discover our new products: DepthWatch: full-field seafloor subsidence monitoring to indentify undepleted compartments and prevent geohazards gWatch: 4D gravity at the seafloor as an alternative to seismic at a 10% cost DrillWatch: real-time seismic look-ahead during well drilling, for
OCTIO is now hiring a software engineer to develop front-end applications for OCTIO’s Guardian package. The deadline for the application is October 14th 2018. Please find more information and apply here.
OCTIO Gravitude has just finished surveying the seabed at the Aasta Hansteen and Ormen Lange gas fields, operated by Equinor Energy AS and A/S Norske Shell respectively. The surveys featured the new gWatch technology, introducing for the first time the new generation of gravity sensors in an offshore application. OCTIO Gravitude’s technology allows measuring tiny changes in the gravitational field and deformations of the seabed
OCTIO and Gravitude will be presenting solutions for a greener, safer and more efficient hydrocarbon production at the ONS exhibition and conference in Stavanger (August 27th-30th 2018). OCTIO will be one of the companies showcased at the Next Energy stand, coordinated by Innovation Norway. Please come and visit us at stand 9445, located at the Clean Energy Park in Hall 9. Don’t miss our pitch
OCTIO and Gravitude will be present at the EAGE exhibition and conference in Copenhagen, 11-14 June 2018. Come and visit us at booth 1058 and discover our new products: #DrillWatch #WellWatch #ResWatch #gWatch #DepthWatch.