Our unique technology – DIG DEEP – predicts rock properties away from well control guided by rock physics
Our generic rock-physics based tools for subsurface characterization can be applied throughout the lifetime of fields, from frontier exploration and appraisal, to resource mapping and production monitoring (4D) in mature fields.
The approach can also be applied for CO2 monitoring, mapping shallow geohazard, analyzing geothermal aquifers, and other studies that require subsurface insight.
GeoExpro #4 2023
Åsmund Drottning, Per Avseth and Tore N. Hansen; Dig Science Norway
82nd EAGE Conference & Exhibition 2020 8-11 December 2020, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
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
Per Avseth1*, Ivan Lehocki1, Laurent Feuilleaubois2, Tore Nordtømme Hansen1, Kristian Angard1 and Cyrille Reiser2 1 Dig Science | 2 PGS
Geophysical Prospecting, September 2020
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
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
Per Avseth1 and Ivan lehocki2; 1Dig Science, Oslo, Norway 2Lehocki GeoSpace, Oslo, Norway
The team has extensive exploration experience and is available for special studies and consultancy work.
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