INNOVATIVE EXPLORATION METHODS


are suitable for ALL Natural Resource Exploration that requires detailed information about what is 
beneath the surface of the Earth at the source of the resource. 

Most people think of Innovative as new ideas or new innovations, the TERT Innovative Exploration methods or tools are NOT new ideas, they have been in development for the past thirty-six years, they are based on geology, mathematics, power processing methods and the skills of our highly trained personnel.

Our ideas are in continuous development, satellites continue to develop with each new launch, computers continue to develop which allows us to learn more about the Earths interior on a continuous basis, this can not be said for the traditional methods of exploration which is limited by the very nature of what they can collect and process. 


The above exploration tools are used for all types of natural resource exploration and at times manmade objects. 


Unlike traditional exploration approachesSTeP® will give a clear 

understanding of any given area irrespective of the geology,

quickly, remotely and cost-effectively.


STeP® will
  • Reduce the risk and wasteful spending of surveying areas that may not contain a prospect.
  • Focus spending on high-potential areas only.
  • Plan license retention.
  • Discard none potential areas with a solid early-stage understanding of any given area.
  • Reduce savings in Time (70%+) Costs (50%+) Risk (60%+).
It should be noted that exploration licences, permission to fly, run seismic and enter any area is NOT required

STeP® studies typically take four to six months from receipt of the first payment.




The result is a powerful collection of conclusions of the independent processing methods that were used and the interpretation of the areas with their contours that are the most prospective. 

On acquiring the data to be processed, various Independent processing methods  (several are shown below) are used to analysis the satellite-derived data as well as other open-source data, they are then superimposed and analyzed in view of all of the disciplines and the region’s geology.

Where a typical 2D STeP® Express study report consists of many subsurface studies and corresponding maps.

 The final result integrates all of the studies and provides: 

    • Structure contour maps at a scale of 1:100,000   
      • The depth of each delineated structure
        • Coordinates of exploratory drilling location(s) for each  structure
          • A hierarchical ranking of the prospectivity for each delineated structure.
          Based on the STeP® Express results (potential targets), further analysis can then be carried out prior to deploying confirmation tools such as seismic,

          this is called
          3D Full 
          STeP®  on a scale of 1:25, 000, 10, 000 or better, (dependent on the target size).