Subsurface Science & Engineering

End-to-end geoscience and modeling solutions for optimization across subsurface engineering and operations. Empower decision makers to reduce uncertainty, improve confidence, minimize risk and support responsible asset management.

Over 30 Years of Technology Leadership in Geophysics, Petrophysics, Geological and Reservoir Modeling

Optimizing Carbon Capture Utilization and Storage to Meet Ambitious Sustainability Goals

The race to a zero-carbon future is on. Learn how advancements in digitalization enable you to:

  • Identify the best options for carbon reduction, capture, storage and re-use
  • Reduce emissions and explore ways to effectively capture and store carbon
  • Determine the best reservoir targets for reliable, long-term carbon storage

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Optimize Asset Management while Driving Sustainability

Characterize, model and monitor the subsurface for a responsible management of resources, while supporting energy transition pathways such as CCUS and geothermal energy.

Obtain Deeper Insights to Maximize Production

Quickly deliver the best production scenarios by combining geology, engineering and production, increasing confidence in decisions through deeper insights into the subsurface.

Deliver Best Development Scenarios and Maximize ROI

Optimize well placement and production using advanced geophysics, petrophysics and modeling to minimize operational costs and obtain more productive wells with less planning.

Minimize Risks Across Engineering and Operations

Locate and delineate opportunities for new fields, while optimizing and minimizing risk, using seismic imaging and interpretation solutions and connecting subsurface technology to operational activities.

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