SUPERIMPOSITION AND INTEGRATION OF RESULTS


All of the methods used to process the data are carried out totally independently from each other, each method answers part of the equation, we seek agreement among the independent methods as well as other conventional data sets such as geology, gravity, magnetics, seismic surveys, well logs etc. if available, our methods do not require conventional datasets, although these datasets can be integrated with TERT’s results as and when required.

The key to TERT’s success is multiple disciplines, totally independent processing methods

and data sets that come together in one place for an independent human assessment of the independent results.

The deliverables include a STeP® report, accompanied by a collection of GIS-compatible (shape/MPK) files and maps in graphical format. Conventional exploration data and TERT’s data can be integrated into any industry software including GIS, Leapfrog, Petrel etc.


Results produced via different analytical methods (not all are shown) are superimposed and analysed in view of all of the disciplines and the region’s geology:



The totally independent methods come together in 
one place where they are compared 

If there is a discrepancy, there will ALL WAYS be a reason why 


CAUTION NEEDS TO BE EXERCISED