A variety of electromagnetic (EM) methods are either used or being adopted by the exploration&production industry for detecting, delineating, assessing, and monitoring hydrocarbon reservoirs. For effective utilization of EM methods, the industry needs fast 3D modeling software capable of accurately simulating EM fields in arbitrary anisotropic media. 3DEM Holding is able to address clients’ needs by leveraging a unique combination of our best-in-class fast and accurate 3D EM Software, advanced EM Data Acquisition capabilities, and deep technical and practical knowledge of our Team.
3DEM offers a wide spectrum of proprietary 3D EM modeling-based products and independent services for the following sectors:
- Borehole EM
- Marine EM
- Land EM
- KMS Technologies (Houston) http://kmstechnologies.com/
- Central Geophysical expedition (Moscow, Russia) http://www.cge.ru
- ZOND Software LTD (St. Petersburg, Russia) http://www.zond-geo.ru
- Nord-West (Moscow, Russia) http://www.nw-geophysics.com
August 2013 — 3DEM Holding jointly with SingularEM has successfully completed a large 3D time-domain controlled-source electromagnetic modeling project for Shell. The goal of the project was to study the effects of complex anisotropic 3D subsurface conductivity structures, the terrain and acquisition geometry on the electromagnetic fields acquired during land exploration for hydrocarbons.
November 2013 — 3DEM Holding jointly with SingularEM has successfully completed a 3D marine Controlled-Source Electromagnetic (CSEM) modeling project for EMGS using 3DEM’s proprietary general anisotropy finite-difference modeling software. The scope of the project included generating wide-azimuth, multi-component and multi-frequency electromagnetic data for a synthetic 3D CSEM survey. The survey included: a grid of 252 seabed receivers performing registration of three electrical and three magnetic components at 20 frequencies, 16 towlines, and 574 km of the EM source towing.
June 2014 — U.S. Patent on Focused-Source EM has been issued:
Rykhlinskaya, E. and. Davydycheva, S., 2014, Method for marine geoelectrical exploration with electrical current focusing, U.S. Patent 8,762,062 B2.
Patent Continuation pending.