A vital key to Cook Inlet exploration
Seismic surveys are essential to deciding where to drill but can be tricky to conduct in challenging geology and environment
With a heightened interest in recent years in searching for new oil and gas resources in Alaska’s Cook Inlet basin, the use of data gathered from seismic surveys has become a critical factor in deciding where to drill exploration wells. A seismic survey involves creating sound waves bouncing from a....
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Lower frequencies dominate
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