TEEC is continuing the research in gas hydrate exploration.
The task of the German research cooperative SUGAR is the development of the technology for gas hydrate exploration and production.
Within the framework of the third phase of this program TEEC continues and extends its efforts to enhance the capabilities of high resolution seismic
imaging and estimation of subsurface parameters. In collaboration with academic and industrial partners the use of seismic Full Waveform Inversion
and multi-parameter inversion from seismic, electromagnetic and gravity field measurements shall sharpen the vision of the hydrate bearing sedimentary regime.
To visualize the small scale channel and levy systems with data from a sparse 3D seismic acquisition is a challenge.
This new technology is aimed to sharpen the vision not only for gas hydrates, but also for seismic exploration in conventional and unconventional regimes.