KLEX/Bell Geospace Webinar : New Geological Information Available for Malaysia

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27 May 2020

Join KLEX online as Bell Geospace's Chief Geoscientist, Colm Murphy shares important new geological information which is now available for Malaysia.

376,000 square kilometres of airborne 3D Full Tensor Gradiometry (FTG) and magnetic survey data has been acquired over offshore Peninsular Malaysia, Sabah and Sarawak.

In this presentation, Colm will explain the survey results to show how these high resolution and accurate gravity maps depict subsurface complexity across Malaysia.

Attend and learn how you can use airborne FTG data to steer successful outcomes when de-risking projects whether you are prospecting, exploring or even deciding which blocks to relinquish.

This presentation will be most relevant to geoscientists, asset/exploration managers and regional heads with a focus on Malaysia but it is also a good case study for those parties who are generally interested in the insights that FTG data can provide.

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Date of Event

27 May 2020

MalaysiaKLEXbell geospaceAirborne Oil & Gasgeologyexplorationwebinar

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