Fairfield Geotechnologies’ Red Tank Processing Update

380 square miles of PSTM and PSDM data now available.

Fairfield Geotechnologies’ Red Tank acquisition project in the Delaware Basin has reached another milestone. Final PSTM and PSDM data are now available.

The Red Tank multi-client survey, which began in early 2017, is in the heart of the New Mexico portion of the Delaware Basin. This high-resolution 3D survey adds more than 380 square miles to the company’s regional contiguous database of 4,700 square miles.

The acquisition target for this survey is the Bone Spring through Wolfcamp formations, providing operators with crucial information they need to make the right decisions in these highly productive zones. To ensure customers have the best image possible, Fairfield Geotechnologies is processing the data using a variety of the latest techniques for noise removal, signal conditioning, azimuthal analysis and imaging.

Fairfield Geotechnologies has recently moved its headquarters to the Houston Energy Corridor, with sales staff representing Houston, Midland, Dallas/Fort Worth, Tulsa, Oklahoma City, Denver, Austin and Pittsburgh. For more information on any of our programs, please visit our Permian Basin webpage.