How to Find New Natural Resources Cost Effectively

Are You Looking for New Resources? (Giant Oil & Gas Fields, Large to Small Areas for Minerals or Volcanic/Non-volcanic Geothermal Systems)?

Terra Energy & Resource Technologies, Inc. (TERT) is able to offer a solution that has been proven many times over.

The solution is called: STeP® Express where one of the processing tools is called Geodynamic Analysis (GDA)


which is used to assess prospectivity of an area for hydrocarbons (and other mineral resources) and to delineate the highest-potential zones for further exploration. 

Having something to process with our other analysation tools is important, nothing found, nothing to process, move on.

As the original data is obtained by satellite, the terrain, geology, cloud and weather do not obstruct the process, which in turn allows the time, cost and risk of exploration to be reduced considerably.

By knowing if any given area, (onshore or offshore) contains commercially viable resources prior to tendering, obtaining a license or sending out costly exploration instruments and people to the field will help to attract local and international investment.
  
Terra Energy & Resource Technologies, Inc. (TERT) is able to offer a solution that has been proven many times over. 

GDA is able to identify regular patterns of tectonic divisibility in the lithosphere and constructs a geometrical model comprised of patterns within patterns that represents the structural arrangement of the Earth’s entrails. 

The model ranks the earth’s geodynamic systems (formed as a result of concentric discharge of deep energy and fluid fluxes coming from the Earth’s crust to the upper horizons) in a kind of hierarchy.

GDA significantly advances the technology of morpho-structural studies and predicts prospectivity zones of hydrocarbons and other deposits within large areas.  Moreover, it has proven to be reliable in identifying optimal prospects for hydrocarbons and other minerals during the pioneering exploration stages.  

The GDA method uses fundamental proven science to assess the resource potential starting from a regional level to a local area. Studies of the entire area tie all of the existing mineragenic zones and petroleum systems into a calculable model, and accurately shows the zones of any resource prospectivity or lack of.

A typical regional result of the analysis is shown above, where it provides a unique opportunity to “match” existing mineragenic systems (oil, gas and mineral deposits) to the geodynamic model of the region.  

Zooming from sub-regional to local level/scale reveals additional zones of hydrocarbon prospectivity, as shown below.

Most of the known mineral deposits of deep genesis are confined to areas of intersections of concentric fluid-supply zones with radii, characterized by a universal discreetness ranging from just a few kilometers to thousands of kilometers.


The Earth beneath our feet has order, IT IS Organised.

GDA can be applied to an entire country or region with tie-in of the existing natural resources to the model.

 All of the underexplored area's resources with the status of 

GO (Potential Resources in the AOI) 

or 

STOP (Nothing in the AOI) 

can be vetted by GDA.

GDA’s regional and local results can help strategize the energy policy and infrastructure development of an entire country just by knowing its potential resources.

GDA is also an efficient tool to estimate the resource potential based on its relative location to the major energy supply nodes identified by GDA.

GDA allows large areas to become explorable irrespective of the complex geology that exists.





Terra Energy & Resource 
Technologies, Inc. (TERT) 
offers exploration services using Innovative Technologies. 

To try and find new oil, gas, minerals and at times geothermal potential either volcanic or non-volcanic resources is time-consuming, very costly and gives no assurance that the resources will be found with the traditional methods of exploration, it is a high-risk business, most of the easy resources have been discovered and if there are new resources to be found they are normally smaller in size, deeper in-depth and in complex geology.







TERT’s methods which are normally applied in the early exploration stages, where knowledge of a given area (greenfield or brownfield) is important before obtaining a license or investment is made, or where complex geological conditions with conventional methods fail to produce the expected results.