Custom Solutions

Why Custom Interpretation Solutions?

Custom interpretation projects are designed to accomplish your objectives IGC provides you with a detailed narrative—a project summary or project report—covering methods and observations. To help you visualize results clearly, we will design and tune data to the most appropriate final map views. The project is defined as a series [...]


Examples of Final Products

Integrated interpretation maps Qualitative interpretation overlay The gravity and magnetics data can be used to interpret and map qualitative structure in the project area. Structural features include faults and anticlinal and synclinal trends. The DEM hillshade grids will be used to correlate & interpret structure and lineaments. The surface geology [...]


The Predictive Value of Basement

Over 70% of existing assets in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico are associated with basement structural highs or faults indicating the predictive value of basement studies. IGC’s Definition of Basement The geologic term “basement“ can be defined in several different ways. What is equated to “geologic basement” generally is a [...]


Outsourced Interpretation Services

Some clients use IGC as their potential fields (gravity and magnetic) department. Some recommended best practices can strongly increase the benefits of this strategy. The pressure to reduce costs Outsourcing the interpretation function can reduce staffing costs. However, it can be a dangerous option if not done right. Here are [...]


Project Consultants

You may not have the expertise on staff to interpret a special project or just need assistance for a short amount of time. Either way, we can act as a consultant to augment your existing team. We provide recommendations about what it would take to get the interpretation you need, [...]


VIDL® Visual Interactive Data Library

On-line data storage, review and retrieval tool makes it easier for clients to store, view and manage geophysical data Your gravity and magnetic data sets are expensive assets They can represent the largest single cost element in interpretation. Next to seismic surveys, these data sets may even be the largest [...]

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