GeoResonance Remote Sensing Surveys are based on proprietary processing of satellite multispectral images of a study area. Vast territories can be comprehensively surveyed within weeks.
Our Remote Sensing Surveys reliably identify hydrocarbons deposits and aquifers to 5,500 metre depths, and mineral deposits to 1,500 metre depths.
GeoResonance On-Site Surveys accurately measure occurrence depths of the targeted substances, estimate in-ground resources, establish locations for drilling exploratory wells, and much more.
Our measurements do not require interpretation. If the targeted substance is present, we detect its Spectral Signature above the surface.
GeoResonance technology can be successfully applied for detection and precise location of buried wood, stone and metal artefacts regardless of their size, mapping ancient walls and foundations, detection and mapping of subsurface cavities, inspection of the structural integrity of the foundations of ancient structures.
GeoResonance technology accurately maps geothermal and groundwater aquifers down to 1,500 - 3,000m depths.
GeoResonance Remote Sensing reliably identifies groundwater horizons, determines their occurrence depths, estimates water temperature and water characteristics (fresh, salt or geothermal), determines directions of groundwater migration.
GeoResonance On-Site Surveys determine chemical composition of groundwater, its temperature, render Virtual Boreholes and cross-sections of identified aquifers, select locations for drilling water bores.
Before your company bids for an exploration license, GeoResonance Remote Sensing can accurately identify the presence of economically viable mineral and hydrocarbon deposits in your area of interest.
Large-scale Remote Sensing surveys can be undertaken in deserts and forests, where vehicle access is impractical, or in mountainous areas where access would be impossible.
The GeoResonance Remote Sensing survey, combined with the GeoResonance On-Site Survey, will significantly shorten your exploration program and reduce associated financial risks.
GeoResonance technology reliably identifies Deposit Type Anomalies of hydrocarbons onshore and offshore.
GeoResonance Remote Sensing determines locations and boundaries of hydrocarbon anomalies, their type (oil, gas, gas condensate), number of hydrocarbon-bearing horizons, and their occurrence depths down to 5,500m.
GeoResonance On-Site Surveys measure quantitative characteristics of hydrocarbon deposits, construct deposit cross-sections, estimate probable in-place reserves, and select optimal locations for drilling of exploratory wells.
GeoResonance Remote Sensing and On-Site Surveys are unmatched exploration tools for direct identification of mineral deposits.
Our Remote Sensing maps the boundaries of Deposit-Type Anomalies of the targeted minerals, determines occurrence depths of ore bodies down to 1,500m, determines deposit cross-sections, and produces recommendations for core drilling programs.
GeoResonance On-Site Surveys accurately measure quantitative characteristics of mineral deposits, construct Virtual Boreholes, evaluate deposit cross-sections, and estimate probable resources.
GeoResonance Remote Sensing and On-Site Surveys reduce the risk of drilling dry holes and ensure that an exploration well is located within an economic Deposit Type Anomaly.
At the selected location the GeoResonance team will take measurements, to construct a Virtual Borehole, which will accurately map occurrence intervals of the targeted substance, report oil-water and gas-water contacts.
Water scarcity. Water is one of the greatest constraints to new supply of mined products across the industry. Quality and availability of water are drivers for those water-related social conflicts with mining companies.
Water pollution. Groundwater aquifer contamination through drilling and fluid disposal. Surface water contamination by mine water. Surface water contamination by chemical agents used in processing ores
What we do
Remote Sensing Reconnaissance to map groundwater resources in vast territories.
Determine chemical composition of groundwater to identify fresh water aquifers.
Groundwater survey within drilling locations, to ensure that drilling and production do not contaminate water-bearing strata.
Detect pollution plumes in groundwater systems.
Determine direction of flow of groundwater.Learn More About Our Services
Soil disturbance and distraction of vegetation by exploration activities such as cutting of traverses, trenching and drilling, mine construction and mine development
Noise hazard and vibration caused by seismic exploration, plants, machinery, blasting and drilling activities.
Soil and rock contamination by heavy metals.
Soil erosion, subsidence, landslides, quakes due to alterations in the equilibrium of the geological environment.
What we do
Zero impact on soil and vegetation during GeoResonance surveys.
Minimise impacts on the lithosphere by (1) eliminating barren territories from exploration, (2) eliminating sub-economic prospects, and (3) localising exploration and mining activities to economically viable prospects.
Minimise disturbance caused by drilling by selecting optimal locations for exploratory wells.
Identify heavy metals in the subsurface prior to mine construction.
Mapping superficial unconsolidated deposits responsible for gully erosion.
Determining the causes of landslides and other hazardous movements of superficial materials.
Detection of underground cavities.
Monitoring the integrity of foundations of major engineering structures.Learn More About Our Services
Unsustainable exploitation of non-renewable resources, ompromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.
Unbalanced mining due to the lack of knowledge about the present mineral and hydrocarbon assets.
What we do
Mapping of strategic mineral and hydrocarbon deposits in vast territories.
Implementation of the Mineral Assets Valuation and Evaluation Program, to allow nations to plan balanced and sustainable exploitation of natural resources.Learn More About Our Services
High costs of exploration and mining due to ambiguous exploration methods.
High costs due to the enormity of unexplored and underexplored territories.
What we do
GeoResonance drastically cuts exploration costs by:
reducing the scope of expensive traditional geophysical surveys;
reducing exploration timelines;
focusing exploration on most economically viable natural deposits;
Halting or redirecting further effort on a project that is either technically infeasible or economically unviable in its proposed configuration.Learn More About Our Services