The research and development of deepwater marine electromagnAddDate：2016-10-27
Will provide important technical support for offshore oil and gas field investigationRecently, by the Guangzhou Marine Geological Survey Bureau led by the application of the Deepwater dual ship towed marine electromagnetic exploration system research "project, by the national key research project" key technology and equipment of the special approval of the project "deep sea. The project will be the key geological problems of deepwater and complex oil and gas construction, develop a new double ship towed marine electromagnetic exploration system, to solve the problems of deepwater oil and gas exploration in complex geological environment of low resolution and detection depth, low efficiency, the development is expected to become an important support technology for marine oil field survey.
China's deep-water oil and gas after years of investigation, field seismic acquisition, seismic data processing has made abundant achievements, but the key geological problems of key structure and basement information, especially the Deepwater seismic profile in Mesozoic imaging has been plagued the oil and gas exploration problem has become a bottleneck restricting the deepwater oil and gas exploration. The research and development of a new deepwater dual ship towed marine electromagnetic exploration system has important practical significance.
It is reported that the "deepwater dual ship towed marine electromagnetic exploration system research" project plan for the water depth of 2000 meters deep water reservoir construction, the key technical problems of near submarine towed high power transmission and multi component electromagnetic information collection, complete the Deepwater power towed system, multi frequency electromagnetic emission multi chain cable component of deep towed electromagnetic acquisition system, monitoring system and double deck ship type development of marine electromagnetic data processing software to establish complete towing, two ship towed marine electromagnetic exploration offshore deep water double standards, and ultimately the formation of ship towed marine electromagnetic exploration system, the maximum depth of 2000 meters below the seafloor exploration. (Zong He)