The following example is an "Apical" type microseep pattern seen in north Texas over a new reservoir discovery. It is a profile over the discovery to be used as a model for exploration in the area. The area survey would be in a grid format with 528 ft. spacing in 2 directions.
The enclosed "Stacked Chart" shows the stacked geochemical profile through the prospect areas as well as the discovery well. In contrast to the "Stacked Chart" is the "Concentration Chart". It shows individual tool concentrations and anomalies. The scatter or lack of coherence exemplifies the "Noise" seen in each individual tool. This is in sharp contrast to the clear anomaly seen on the "Stacked Chart".
INDIVIDUAL TOOL MAPS
The "K-Bismuth Map" shows the new well to lie on the south side of a strong reduced area with a strong Oxidized area to the east and west. The northern dry hole is off the north side of the strong reduced area.
The "K-MAG Map" shows the producing well to lie on the south side of a strong microseep area. The northern dry hole is in a slightly oxidized area.
The "Iodine Map" shows the producer to lie on the southern side of a strong Reducing microseep area. The dry hole to the north lies in a normal to slightly reduced area.
The "Microbial Map" shows the producer to be in a microseep. The northern dry hole is in a very low microbial count area.
The "STACK Map" is a representation of the five tools stacked. The producing well is on the south side of a strong reducing microseep with strong oxidation seen to the east and west. The northern dry hole is in a slightly oxidized area.