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Innovative geophysical technologies

Integrated solutions

TRANSCOMPLEX’s services are relevant for both large companies and small businesses. Our services are used by private corporations, government agencies, and local self-government bodies. Our team comprises seasoned geologists, mining engineers, hydrogeologists, surveyors and IT-specialists.

High professionalism allows us to offer our customers a wide range of state-of-the-art services.

Our equipment does not depend on weather conditions, a time of the year, landscape or surface conditions. Technologies function both on land and sea.

TRANSCOMPLEX as an innovation, R&D, manufacturing company applies highly effective equipment and proprietary software to conduct surveys in the shortest possible time and at a comparatively low cost.

Efficient. Precise. Professional
Contractual survey is conducted in three main phases:
  • preparatory work: desk study of data on the object of exploration and drawing up a project of work;
  • field work;
  • laboratory processing of the acquired data and preparation of the final report with conclusions and recommendations.

TRANSCOMPLEX innovative technologies are highly demanded by companies engaged in exploration, fossil fuel production, construction and environmental control.

Professionalism and versatility of TRANSCOMPLEX’s team of experts allow them both to apply innovative technologies in practice and provide consulting services to interested companies and entities.

Our specialists conduct expert reviews and issue relevant opinions on geological and geophysical projects and reports. They perform expert evaluations of the resource base of hydrocarbons in prospective and prognostic areas. Also our team consults on a range of technical and technology-related issues related to the operation and efficient use of geophysical devices.

HYDROCARBON EXPLORATION,
UNDERWATER CLUSTERS, MINERALS
Petroleum explorationMineral explorationGroundwater exploration
Prospecting for Oil with TRANSCOMPLEX
Getting an estimate of the well’s potential before drilling

Hydrocarbon exploration is one of the most in-demand areas of TRANSCOMPLEX’s activities. A sharp reduction in the number of anticlinal oil and gas traps across oil and gas producing regions in the world has led to a sharp increase in the price of traditional prospecting methods (seismic) and, at the same time, to a decrease in the reliability of such surveys. Prospecting for oil and gas deposits is increasingly carried out in complex geological conditions — lithological traps or traps of combined types and at considerable depths (exceeding 6000 m).  TRANSCOMPEX, created as a unique set of technologies to resolve tasks in such conditions, has manifested its high efficiency in prospecting for oil and gas practically across the globe – in Russia, the U.S, some African countries, India, Ukraine, etc.

REPORTED PARAMETER REMOTE SENSING ON-SITE SURVEY
Survey area Any size. Anywhere. Onshore or offshore Onshore or offshore[1]
Identification of hydrocarbons Direct, by Spectral Signature Direct, by Spectral Signature
Sensing depths 5,000 m 10,000 m
Object of investigation Deposit Type Anomaly[2] (DTA) DTA
DTA contours Reported Reported
DTA area size Reported Reported
Effective DTA[3] Reported Reported
Intensity of anomalous signal Reported Reported at Measurement Points
Number of hydrocarbon-bearing horizons Reported at Test Points Reported at Measurement Points
Occurrence depths[4] of hydrocarbon-bearing horizons Reported at Test Points Reported at Measurement Points
Thickness of each hydrocarbon-bearing horizon Reported at Test Points Reported at Measurement Points
Hydrocarbon type in each horizon Reported at Test Points Reported at Measurement Points
Reservoir rock type[5] in each horizon Reported at Test Points Reported at Measurement Points
Reservoir pressure Reported Reported at Measurement Points
Oil-water contact, gas-water contact Reported at Test Points Reported at Measurement Points
Stratigraphic columns N/A Reported at Measurement Points
Anomaly cross-sections Reported Reported
Hydrocarbon traps Reported Reported
Tectonics, decompression zones Reported Reported
Geothermal anomalies Reported N/A
Estimation of probable reserves N/A Reported
Recommendations for further exploration and drilling Reported Reported
Selection of location for drilling of an exploration well N/A Reported
Map scale[6] Any scale Any scale

FOOTNOTE:
[1] – availability of the On-Site Survey service is subject to the safety of On-Site Survey team at the search area.
[2] – Deposit Type Anomaly (DTA) is a projection of subsurface hydrocarbon accumulations on the surface of the Earth.
[3] – effective DTA is an area inside the Deposit Type Anomaly with highest volumes of hydrocarbons.
[4] – True Vertical Depths are reported for all measurements of occurrence depths.
[5] – samples of reservoir rocks may be required for the analysis of reservoir rock types.
[6] – map scales for the presentation of survey results are subject to client’s requirements and survey budget.

Prospecting for minerals with TRANSCOMPLEX
Any minerals on any site

TRANSCOMPLEX’s set of technologies makes it possible to prospect for almost the entire spectrum of metallic and non-metallic minerals. The company has sufficient experience of prospecting for gold, platinum, polymetallic minerals, iron, lead, aluminium, chromium, nickel, molybdenum, etc. Also, it successfully implemented test projects on prospecting for diamonds (kimberlite pipes). The company has substantiated the applicability of its set in prospecting for rare metals (beryllium, bismuth, tantalum, niobium, etc.). Presently, TRANSCOMPEX’s set is tested in prospecting for non-metallic minerals (graphite, sulphur, phosphate rock).

REPORTED PARAMETER REMOTE SENSING ON-SITE SURVEY
Survey area Any size. Anywhere. Onshore or offshore Onshore or offshore[1]
Identification of mineralisation zones Direct, by Spectral Signature Direct, by Spectral Signature
Sensing depths 1,000 – 1,500 m 10,000 m
Object of investigation Deposit Type Anomaly[2] (DTA) DTA
DTA contours Reported Reported
DTA area size Reported Reported
Effective DTA[3] Reported Reported
Intensity of anomalous signal Reported Reported at Measurement Points
Number of subsurface mineralisation zones Reported at Test Points Reported at Measurement Points
Occurrence depths[4] of mineralisation zones Reported at Test Points Reported at Measurement Points
Thickness of each mineralisation zones Reported at Test Points Reported at Measurement Points
Groundwater contact Reported at Test Points Reported at Measurement Points
Stratigraphic columns N/A Reported at Measurement Points
Anomaly cross-sections Reported Reported
Tectonics, decompression zones Reported Reported
Estimation of probable reserves N/A Reported
Recommendations for geological sampling Reported Reported
Selection of location for drilling of an exploration well N/A Reported
Map scale[5] Any scale Any scale

FOOTNOTE:
[1] – availability of the On-Site Survey service is subject to the safety of On-Site Survey team at the search area.
[2] – Deposit Type Anomaly is a projection of the targeted subsurface mineral accumulations on the surface of the Earth.
[3] – effective DTA is an area inside the Deposit Type Anomaly with highest volumes of mineralisation.
[4] – True Vertical Depths are reported for all measurements of occurrence depths.
[5] – map scales for the presentation of survey results are subject to client’s requirements and survey budget.

Prospecting for Groundwater with TRANSCOMPLEX
Surveying new water resources in the short term

Prospecting for water requires a deeper knowledge of groundwater. Moisture accumulates underground in aquifers as a result of percolation of atmospheric precipitation. The liquid which is sandwiched between impermeable layers of soil consisting of stone or clay forms reservoirs of different sizes. An optimal way of prospecting for water depends on a depth at which it has been accumulated. It depends also on water criteria, particularly water quality. The company has a good experience in prospecting for groundwater.  

REPORTED PARAMETER REMOTE SENSING ON-SITE SURVEY
Survey area Any size. Anywhere. Onshore or offshore Onshore or offshore[1]
Identification of groundwater Direct, by Spectral Signature Direct, by Spectral Signature
Sensing depths 1,500 m 10,000 m
Object of investigation Deposit Type Anomaly[2] (DTA) DTA
DTA contours Reported Reported
DTA area size Reported Reported
Effective DTA[3] Reported Reported
Intensity of anomalous signal Reported Reported at Measurement Points
Number of groundwater-bearing horizons Reported at Test Points Reported at Measurement Points
Occurrence depths[4] of groundwater-bearing horizons Reported at Test Points Reported at Measurement Points
Thickness of each groundwater-bearing horizon Reported at Test Points Reported at Measurement Points
Groundwater type in each horizon Reported at Test Points (fresh, salt, geothermal) Reported at Measurement Points
Reservoir rock type[5] in each horizon Reported at Test Points Reported at Measurement Points
Groundwater temperature Reported Reported at Measurement Points
Direction of migration Reported Reported
Stratigraphic columns N/A Reported at Measurement Points
Anomaly cross-sections Reported Reported
Tectonics, decompression zones Reported Reported
Geothermal anomalies Reported N/A
Estimation of probable reserves N/A Reported
Recommendations for drilling Reported Reported
Selection of location for drilling of an exploration well N/A Reported
Map scale[6] Any scale Any scale

FOOTNOTE:
[1] – availability of the On-Site Survey service is subject to the safety of On-Site Survey team at the search area.
[2] – Deposit Type Anomaly (DTA) is a projection of accumulations of subsurface aquifers on the surface of the Earth.
[3] – effective DTA is an area inside the Deposit Type Anomaly with highest volumes of groundwater.
[4] – True Vertical Depths are reported for all measurements of occurrence depths.
[5] – samples of reservoir rocks may be required for the anlysis of resevoir rock types.
[6] – map scales for the presentation of survey results are subject to client’s requirements and survey budget.

CONFIRMED EFFECTIVENESS
Application of technologies
Geological Prospecting and Exploration
  • natural resources exploration (ore minerals, hydrocarbons, diamonds, fresh and mineral waters);
  • delineation of deposits during the exploration of mineral deposits;
  • technological support functions in production drilling and commercial development of oil, gas, and groundwater fields.
Engineering and Geological Surveying:
  • engineering surveying for the design of permanent structures (engineering, hydraulic and other structures) to determine risks of engineering and geological effects (landslides, sinkholes, ruptures, decompression and invasion zones).
Environmental Survey:
  • detection and delineation of petroleum leaks from fuel and lubricant storages and oil pipelines;
  • identification of geological structures for storage and disposal of hazardous industrial waste.
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