The probabilities for finding oil exceed 50 % in some of the 23rd round blocks, while other areas have very low probabilities for finding oil. These are some of the results from our updated probabilistic migration model for the Hoop area.
Migris has contributed with a number of proprietary 3D modelling studies for our clients in the recently closed (September 2nd) Norway APA 2014 licensing round.
The majority of these studies have been based on our North Sea Charge regional framework, incorporating high-resolution maps, facies models and interpretations from the client companies to build detailed, local models covering the application areas. Continue readingRead More
One of the more important processes modelled in Migri is the generation and primary migration of oil and gas out of the source rocks. Learn more about us and our technology for unconventionals during our visit to Houston, 13 – 17 October.
Migris is participating in an Innovation Norway sponsored effort to introduce Norwegian technology to companies in the US unconventionals market. In the week of 13-17 October, we and the other participating companies will visit Houston. Continue readingRead More
Our technology has been further improved through a three year R&D project; Migrisk. The main objective of the project has been to implement, test and verify new methods for evaluations of uncertainties for complex geology using our migration simulator, Migri. Tullow Oil Norway and Statoil were partner companies and has contributed with testing and verifying the methods in the Migrisk project, which was completed in December 2013. Our software and methods are now more effective and our analysis more accurate.Read More
Migris AS launches “Barents Sea Charge Study” in partnership with Petroleum-Geo Services (PGS). A newly-developed simulation tool combined with statistical analysis methods is used in the study, to improve definition of the uncertainties surrounding petroleum systems in the Barents Sea.