CBRTP | Experimental and complex, and multi-variant interpretation of seismic, magnetotelluric, gravity and borehole data as a tool to improve the efficiency of structural and depository studies
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Studies of deposits

 

projekt2CBRTP, as a member of the consortium, is carrying out a project in the area of ​geophysics and exploratory geology whose main objective is to increase the effectiveness of processes of searching, recognizing and exploitation of mineral and hydrocarbon (gas and oil) deposits, both conventional and unconventional (including those lingering in slate structure). The results of the project will have a positive impact on the safety and effectiveness of exploration for oil and raw materials, providing the prospect of increasing their domestic production and exploitation.

 

CBRTP and partners in the consortium meet expectations in the area of ​​continuously increasing the extraction of mineral resources and fossil fuels while reducing the costs of their discovery, recognition and exploitation. Both CBRTP and other partners take the market challenge of building exploratory solutions for an effective study of the extremely complicated Polish geological structures, for European conditions. These studies will be a revolution in the approach to the study of deposits, and the use of new tools and measurement and analysis techniques will increase the participation of the team in the market for oil exploration by improving its competitiveness in the technical, operational and financial aspects.

 

The Company collaborates with leading research centers in this field: AGH University of Science and Technology in Kraków, Warsaw University of Technology, and leading representatives of the petroleum industry including PGNiG, Orlen, Lotos, and exploration companies, i.e. Geofizyka Toruń and Przedsiębiorstwo Badań Geofizycznych.

 

As a key partner of the application process, CBRTP optimized the finance and business model of the project, which resulted in a very high substantial assessment and the decision to finance the project with a value exceeding 14 million PLN, and a record funding amount in the subject group “Geology and Mining” of nearly 6 million PLN.

 

Members of the scientific and industrial consortium:

  • AGH University of Science and Technology in Kraków – Leader of the consortium
  • Warsaw University of Technology
  • Przedsiębiorstwo Badań Geofizycznych Sp. z o.o.
  • Centrum Badań i Rozwoju Technologii dla Przemysłu S.A.