Under the seabed, desert sands or the meadows of the North German Plain: In exploring for oil and gas deposits we rely not just on state-of-the-art technologies and equipment but also on the know-how and intuition of our specialists.
Just like the intern who uses ultrasound equipment to look inside the human body, our geophysicists use seismic waves to study the earth's interior.Read more
Surface conditions, laboratory findings, databases: From a variety of sources our specialists create a precise picture of the conditions underground before drilling work begins.Read more
Bacteria and organic hydrocarbon content lead us onto the right track to find gas and oil molecules.Read more
How have the geological structures of the Earth's crust changed in a particular basin over millions of years? And what do these changes mean for the formation of oil or gas?Read more
Investigative deductions: Core samples from thousands of metres underground point to the characteristics of a particular reservoir.Read more
Gravimetry, magnetics and electromagnetics: when combined, these geophysical methods deliver decisive information to aid our understanding of subsurface conditions.Read more
Numerous methods, one model: once the subsurface surveys have been completed, our specialists use the huge amount of data gathered to draw up an integrated geo-model ready for specialist interpretation.Read more