Innovative Solutions for the Geoscientist by Integrating Geological & Geophysical Expertise

Our new tool – DIG DEEP – predict rock physics properties away from well control

This novel methodology developed by Per Avseth and Ivan Lehocki can be applied in frontier and mature oil & gas exploration

Publications

82nd EAGE Conference & Exhibition 2020 8-11 December 2020, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

A New Integrated Workflow to Generate AVO Feasibility
Maps for Prospect De-Risking

P. Avseth1*, I. Lehocki1, K. Angard1, T. Hansen1, E. Shelavina2, S. Schjelderup2 1 Dig Science; 2 Spirit Energy

FIRST BREAK I VOLUME 38 I SEPTEMBER 2020

Exploration workflow for real-time modelling of rock property and AVO
feasibilities in areas with complex burial history — a Barents Sea demonstration

Per Avseth1*, Ivan Lehocki1, Laurent Feuilleaubois2, Tore Nordtømme Hansen1, Kristian Angard1 and Cyrille Reiser2 1 Dig Science | 2 PGS

Geophysical Prospecting, September 2020

From cradle to grave: how burial history controls
the rock-physics properties of quartzose sandstones

Ivan Lehocki1,2∗ and Per Avseth2,3 1Lehocki GeoSpace, Oslo, Norway, 2Dig Science, Oslo, Norway,
and 3Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway

Geophysical Prospecting, May 2020

Data-driven rock physics analysis of North Sea tertiary reservoir sands

Per Avseth1,2∗, Ivan Lehocki3, Øyvind Kjøsnes4 and Odd Sandstad4 1Dig Science, Oslo, Norway, 2Norwegian University of Science
and Technology, Trondheim, Norway, 3Lehocki GeoSpace, Oslo, Norway, and 4AkerBP, Trondheim, Norway

Front. Earth Sci., 15 March 2021

3D Subsurface Modeling of Multi-Scenario Rock Property and AVO Feasibility
Cubes—An Integrated Workflow

1Dig Science, Oslo, Norway 2Lehocki GeoSpace, Oslo, Norway

The Founding Story

DIG Science AS was founded in February 2018 by a hardcore exploration team with average industry and tech experience of 20+ years. Members of the founding team are experts within rock physics, AVO analysis, quantitative seismic inversion, reservoir prediction, petroleum system analysis, seismic interpretation and data science – all important elements for creating exploration value.

With our long exploration history within oil companies, we have new and innovative solutions on how to optimize what we do best

– get the most value out of the seismic and well data

– find oil and gas

We aim to create sustainable exploration value and efficiency by combining our in-depth knowledge with the advances of new technology.

The Founding Team

The team has extensive exploration experience and is available for special studies and consultancy work.

Give us a problem, and we will solve it!

Tore N. Hansen, CEO

Geophysicist (Cand.Scient, UiT). Seismic interpreter and Prospect hunter. 20 years exploration experience, prospect generation, evaluation, risking and resource estimations. Experience from seismic multiclient survey planning, acquisition and processing and marketing.

Dr. Per Avseth, CTO

Geophysicist (PhD, Stanford). Expert in Rock-Physics, AVO analysis and quantitative seismic interpretation. 20 years industry experience. First author of the book «Quantitative Seismic Interpretation», Cambridge University Press (2005).

Ivan Lehocki, Geophysicist & Data Scientist

Geophysicist (MSc, ELTE, Budapest, Hungary) and space scientist (MSc, LTU, Luleå, Sweden and MSc, UPS, Toulouse, France). Code developer with 12 years of experience in developing codes and user-friendly GUI-s in rock-physics, AVO analysis and quantitative seismic interpretation. Winner of the Young Petroleum Geoscientist Award (Geonova, 2015).

Kristian Angard, Lead Petroleum System Analyst (PSA)

Basin Modeler (Cand.Scient, UiO). Petroleum system specialist and seismic interpreter. 20 years exploration experience. Comprehensive basin modelling knowledge NCS, prospect generation and evaluation.

Kristin Dale, Advisor Geology and Digitalization

Geologist (Cand.Scient, UiO). 20 years exploration experience from NCS with focus on prospect maturation, geological modelling, basin modelling, risk evaluations, resource estimations. Experience from several technical positions handling G&G activities, license and portfolio management.

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Dig Science
Visiting address:
Lilleakerveien 4
0283 Oslo
Norway