Heliometric data provides additional valuable geologic information
Helium spatial anomaly – is an area of selected research site significantly differing in Helium content from site background Helium value.
In terms of interpretation positive He anomalies indicate zones with high hydrocarbon, helium, geothermal or hydrogen saturation of the target - zones of high permeability, natural drainage of productive section, while negative anomalies and weak He variations are indicators of low resource saturation, low permeability of the target object and high pool isolation, lack of drainage by efficient reservoirs.
65% on the edge of Heliometric Anomaly
0% outside of Heliometric Anomaly
80% inside of Heliometric Anomaly
Heliometric Technology success rate confirmed by drilling -
up to 100%
According to our experience, in the contours of positive Heliometric anomalies of significant size and area, the probability of success (obtaining an industrial flow) is much higher than outside them, and reaches 80% when anomaly is confirmed by other geological and geophysical informaiton.
In the case of drilling in the zones of background values and negative Heliometric anomalies, the probability of drilling success decreases significantly.
In the zones of positive Heliometric anomalies confirmed by G&G, the probability of failure (non-industrial flow) exists, but it is small and amounts to about 15%, based on our many years of experience.