When a geophysicist looks at a seismic line, they see the complex and beautiful contours of the earth.
Most people don’t.
And that’s where we come in. In the land before time—or at least before everyone had a computer—John knew that he had to find a way to let the non-technicals see what the geologists, geophysicists, and engineers saw when they read and interpreted their data. For many of your stakeholders, this data is going to be nothing more than a ragged pattern of black and white squares. And if you show them a structure map, isopach, or cross-section, it’s going to be just as cryptic. Once you illustrate it, however, it can reveal the geological formations that mean everything for your project.
Our signature schematic diagrams were born out of this disconnect, and over the course of twenty years, we have been telling the story of the earth’s crust to laypeople of every sort. No two schematics are alike, because no two prospects, processes, pieces of equipment, or geological features are the same. You’ve got the data. You know what you’re sitting on. But the people who are in this with you need to see what you see—potential.
We design our schematic diagrams to clearly communicate the most complicated geology or recovery processes. What is your drill bit going to encounter? What’s hidden deep under your offshore spar? We will help your team understand—and then answer—the important questions: what’s down there? what’s it going to take to get there? and how will we recover the resource once we are there?
Even though it’s been a while, not much has changed since John first started out. Clients, management, financial institutions, the public—they still need to see the data in an easy-to-understand way. And us? We’re still leading the industry in creating the graphics and three-dimensional multimedia to show them.
Quite frankly, we’re still in love with opening up these worlds to those who need to see them. We’re just as excited to start working on the next schematic—your schematic—as we were all those years ago. Maybe we’ve left the Stone Age of technology behind, but we’ll always love digging into the geology on behalf those who work there.
Let us tell your story with a custom schematic diagram. We’ll help them see what you see.