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An Innovative Technology
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Strategy for the use of the NMR
In the current context, the NMR represents a productive, large-scale and strategic tool for a major E & P, because its infinite possibilities allow to take back the hand in the war between majors E & P which is in progress.

1. NMR and the Refurbish Brown Field (RBF)
Like Sun Tzu says "If you don't know your opponent or yourself, in every battle you will be defeated.
1.1. Old fields in full ownership of the E & P
Instead of relying on new projects, it would be more interesting to rework Brown Fields by doing a new seismic but by an NMR system of the reservoir in production. Thanks to the NMR (NMR stage 1 and stage 2), even if it is in production one can make this new photo of the deposit without stopping it. This deposit produces what it produces but after a refurbish work on the tank and the asset in general (see redoing new wells) we can increase the production without having to go through a green field process. The Shutdown will be limited in time see, there will be no Shutdown to set up the new configuration
1.2. Fields to be bought
A major E & P may be required to buy another oil company asset that is in one of the following situations:
- Sale of a field with proven reserves, but we can check for cheap (stage 1 NMR) before signing and see if in fact the field is not bigger with other additional reserves without saying anything to the seller.
- Sale of Brown Fields for cessation of activities or fallbacks, Stage 1 and then Stage 2 NMR for refurbish.
- Redeeming dead wells and relaunching them, there are technologies of the former Soviet block that come from military applications diverted to resurrect the dead.

2. New blocks or Green Field Development (GFD)
- If the trend is to go to develop a new block, you can make a seismic stage 1 to know roughly where are the tanks on the block auctioned. This is a quick and inexpensive method because we quickly know if it is a viable project or not.
- We can check all the blocks that are in a round of bidding to choose the best and easiest to do in terms of technical difficulties for production. We will avoid the "Kachagan" effect or the "EPR syndrome".
- For example, after 4 drilling campaigns in Namibia in which I took part (Sintezneftgas, Chariot, HRT and Repsol) nothing was found, the tectonic theory with interlocking continents does not work. A good NMR would have been useful not to spend what was spent in terms of 4 projects. We started a NMR study started in Namibia but to look for very deep water reservoirs, Namibia is a desert with perhaps Offshore Oil!

3. Information about colleagues E & P
Before associating with a colleague one can proceed to a collection of general information on his assets before signing for a project, a JV and know what he really is as a partner, what he actually brings in Bpd currently but with a vision on the future of its tanks. It is Eni Congo who bought Maurel and Prom in 2010 for example.

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NMR Scientific presentation of an innovative technology for exploration in oil and gas or refurbish

  1. 1. 1 Ukraine Institute of Geophysics and Problems of the Earth NMR and RSS An Innovative Technology
  2. 2. Our scientists have developed and successfully apply an innovative technology of remote search and prospecting of minerals deposits Classification ″Direct″ method of remote sounding of Mineral Deposits Thanks to resonance, which we arouse in sought-for substances, we “see” deposits of minerals underground and precisely define their parameters We work w,ith: hydrocarbons, underwater accumulations, other minerals in large and small territories, on land, on shelf 3 ″Direct″ method of remote sounding of Mineral Deposits Nuclear magnetic resonanceNuclear magnetic resonance Use of aerospace photographUse of aerospace photograph Work on siteWork on site Main Principles of the TechnologyMain Principles of the Technology
  3. 3. Halliburton and Schlumberger Companies + Direct measurement of T1 parameter for identification of fluids, porosity and penetrability regardless of lithology -- Small survey radius, powerful magnets, powerful transmitter (r =0.05-0.2m, f =0.6–1.2 MHz, В0=0.1-3Т, Р =50-300W) Method of nuclear magnetic logging Halliburton and Schlumberger Companies + Direct measurement of T1 parameter for identification of fluids, porosity and penetrability regardless of lithology -- Small survey radius, powerful magnets, powerful transmitter (r =0.05-0.2m, f =0.6–1.2 MHz, В0=0.1-3Т, Р =50-300W) Method of magnetic resonance sounding (MRS) NMR Methods in GeophysicsNMR Methods in Geophysics Т/R MRS response Water horizon Disadvantages caused by weak directionality of antennas: Resonant signal Loop IRIS instruments and others + Direct measurement of Т2 parameter for identification of water horizons, depth and reservoir porosity -- Shallow survey depth (up to 150m), -- powerful transmitter (impulse 4000 V, 600 А) IRIS instruments and others + Direct measurement of Т2 parameter for identification of water horizons, depth and reservoir porosity -- Shallow survey depth (up to 150m), -- powerful transmitter (impulse 4000 V, 600 А) Dipole Gain coefficient G ≤ 4 Dipole Gain coefficient G ≤ 4 Low-suspended horizontal frame antenna Low-suspended horizontal frame antenna
  4. 4. Our way - Increase of Radiating PowerOur way - Increase of Radiating Power The considered systems use sinusoidal resonance signal. However, oil consists of 1,000 substances, therefore in order to reach maximum identification of the sought-for mineral it is necessary to excite resonance in all types of molecules of the sought-for substance Thus, the main idea of the innovative method lies in “Point-by-point sounding of an area with frequency spectra that excites resonance in the sought-for substance” Application of superdirective antenna Prad у Superdirective antenna Dipole (frame) х R Antenna’s radiating power: Рrad = ηА .GA .Рtr where Рtr is transmitter power, ηА – antenna’s coefficient of efficiency, GA – antenna’s gain coefficient, For dipole GА ~ 4, For directive antenna: GA = S1/SA = 4π .R2 / SA, where SA is effective antenna area. With R = 1m and SA = 10-6 m2 we receive power increase of superdirective antenna GA = 4π .106 ~ 12 . 106 Antenna’s radiating power: Рrad = ηА .GA .Рtr where Рtr is transmitter power, ηА – antenna’s coefficient of efficiency, GA – antenna’s gain coefficient, For dipole GА ~ 4, For directive antenna: GA = S1/SA = 4π .R2 / SA, where SA is effective antenna area. With R = 1m and SA = 10-6 m2 we receive power increase of superdirective antenna GA = 4π .106 ~ 12 . 106 e” Increase of Prospecting AccuracyIncrease of Prospecting Accuracy
  5. 5. General Idea of the TechnologyGeneral Idea of the Technology A С D В OilOil Test wafer Test waferOil Reprinter Preliminary the spectrum of the sought-for mineral is recorded on special test wafers α + γ radtation Photograph Тest Wafer X-ray film Aerospace photographsAerospace photographs Test wafers are used as a resonator during radiation- chemical processing of analogue aerospace photographs of the territory obtained in the infrared range. Result is direct visualization of ground contours of basins and deposits Ground expeditionGround expedition Point-by-point resonance sounding of an area: improvement of deposit contours, obtainment of longitudinal and transverse sections. Selection of optimal drilling points, improved calculation of expected reserves. Test wafers are used for spectral modulation of transmitter’s radiation
  6. 6. Services of Institute are provided in the following format: 7 Application territory – without limitations (on land or shelf), Survey area – virtually without limitations, Survey depths – from 0 to 7 km Sought-for minerals – oil, gas, water and other minerals, Efficiency – for hydrocarbons and water > 90%, Stages duration – from 1 to 3 months, Environmental safety – the method is completely safe for humans and the environment. Application territory Survey area Survey depths Sought-for minerals Efficiency Stages duration Environmental safety – without limitations (on land or shelf), – virtually without limitations, – from 0 to 7 km – oil, gas, water and other minerals, – for hydrocarbons and water > 90%, – from 1 to 3 months, – the method is completely safe for humans and the environment. Remotely with application of the patented technology of radio-chemical processing of analogue aerospace photographs of a territory 4 Options Remotely with application of the patented technology of radio-chemical processing of analogue aerospace photographs of a territory 4 Options On site with application of the patented technology of pointwise sounding with the help of mobile field equipment 2 Options On site with application of the patented technology of pointwise sounding with the help of mobile field equipment 2 Options Services are provided in the following format:Services are provided in the following format: Capabilities of the TechnologyCapabilities of the Technology
  7. 7. Solved tasks: •Prompt detection of deposits and reservoirs of hydrocarbons in large territories, underground flows of fresh water and other minerals at request. •Definition of ground contours of deposits, estimation of number of horizons and their possible occurrence depths. Diagnostics allows to quickly evaluate the prospects of different territories. 8 Diagnostics of territories and blocks is conducted on areas of up to 10,000 sq. km and moreDiagnostics of territories and blocks is conducted on areas of up to 10,000 sq. km and more Prompt diagnostics of territories Prompt Remote survey of plots Remote Survey of wells Obtainment of map of minerals diagnostics of 1 territories Remote survey of plots Remote Survey of 4 wells Obtainment of map of 3 minerals2 RESULTS Achieved within 1 - 2 months Achieved within 1 - 2 months Territory of survey with diagnostics method Land Shelf Deposit of natural gas Underground flow of fresh water Oil field 1 Solved tasks: •Prompt detection of deposits and reservoirs of hydrocarbons in large territories, underground flows of fresh water and other minerals at request. •Definition of ground contours of deposits, estimation of number of horizons and their possible occurrence depths. Diagnostics allows to quickly evaluate the prospects of different territories. Options of Remote SurveyOptions of Remote Survey
  8. 8. Survey results: - presence or absence of deposit of the sought-for mineral in a drilling point (or close to it), if “yes” then the following is defined: - ground contours of deposit, number of horizons, occurrence depth and expected thickness of horizons. 9 Results is achieved in 2 months maximum Solved tasks: 1. Detection, localization and obtainment of ground contours of deposits, 2. Definition of number of horizons of deposit, 3. Definition of occurrence depths of horizons, 4. Definition of thickness of each horizon, 5. Evaluation of reservoir rock, 6. Calculation of forecast volume of deposit reserves.4 Result is achieved within 2 months Solved tasks: 1. Detection, localization and obtainment of ground contours of deposits, 2. Definition of number of horizons of deposit, 3. Definition of occurrence depths of horizons, 4. Definition of thickness of each horizon, 5. Evaluation of reservoir rock, 6. Calculation of forecast volume of deposit reserves. Result is achieved within 2 months 4 Remote survey of wellsRemote survey of wells4 Obtainment of map of mineralsObtainment of map of minerals Mapping of deposits of various minerals in large areas of land and shelf. 3 Survey results: - presence or absence of deposit of the sought-for mineral in a drilling point (or close to it), if “yes” then the following is defined: - ground contours of deposit, number of horizons, occurrence depth and expected thickness of horizons. Results is achieved in 2 months maximum Drilling point N°, E° Surveyed plot Deposit of natural gas Oil deposits Remote Survey of PlotsRemote Survey of Plots2 9
  9. 9. 10The map shows two deposits of natural gas discovered in complex rocks and two crack zones (shown in red). Prospective drilling sites were selected 10 Example of remote plot survey (total area of the plots is 500 sq.km) Example of remote plot survey (total area of the plots is 500 sq.km)
  10. 10. Survey of deposits Survey of wells on siteSurvey of deposits Survey of wells on site65 -Detection the sought-for mineral in the drilling point, -Determining the number of horizons, occurrence depths and their thickness, gas pressure, type of reservoir and cap rock. -Detection the sought-for mineral in the drilling point, -Determining the number of horizons, occurrence depths and their thickness, gas pressure, type of reservoir and cap rock11. 5 A С D В Surveyed plot Solved tasks: 1.Specification of ground contours of deposits and occurrence depths of horizons and their thickness, evaluation of reservoir rocks and cap rocks. 2.Definition of number of horizons of deposit. occurrence depths and thickness of each horizon, 3. Construction of geological sections of deposit. 4. Definition of optimal drilling points. 5.Detection of gas caps in horizons, definition of thickness and pressure in them, evaluation of reservoir rocks. 6.Calculation of predicted volumes of deposit reserves. 4 The result is achieved within 2 months. Solved tasks: 1.Specification of ground contours of deposits and occurrence depths of horizons and their thickness, evaluation of reservoir rocks and cap rocks. 2.Definition of number of horizons of deposit. occurrence depths and thickness of each horizon, 3. Construction of geological sections of deposit. 4. Definition of optimal drilling points. 5.Detection of gas caps in horizons, definition of thickness and pressure in them, evaluation of reservoir rocks. 6.Calculation of predicted volumes of deposit reserves. 4 The result is achieved within 2 months. Drilling point N°, E° Survey of wells on siteSurvey of wells on site6 5 Conduction of Works on site (expedition)
  11. 11. Relative signal strength Relative signal strength Survey Example: Natural Gas (ground contours of deposit) Survey Example: Natural Gas (ground contours of deposit) Slope tectonic dislocation Slope tectonic dislocation
  12. 12. Seismography Innovative method Using shock impacts on the ground surface Effectiveness - about 30% There are restrictions on the type of terrain, Long duration of work and data processing, Unfavorable to the environment and humans. Study of the Earth's crust on the basis of artificially excited acoustic waves Study of mineral deposits on the basis of nuclear-magnetic resonance Using signals that excite resonance in sought-for substances Effectiveness - 90% There are no restrictions on the type of terrain, Short duration of work and data processing, It has no harm to humans and the environment. Using signals that excite resonance in sought-for substances Effectiveness - 90% There are no restrictions on the type of terrain, Short duration of work and data processing, It has no harm to humans and the environment. 11 22 33 TTrraannssmmiitttteerrooff sshhoocckkiimmppaaccttss Receivers of acoustic waves Receivers of acoustic waves Anomaly Seeking mineral 11 TTrraannssmmiitttteerrooff rreessoonnaanncceessppeeccttrraa RReecceeiivveerroofftthheeLLaarrmmoorr ffrreeqquueenncciieess Anomaly Sought-for mineral Comparative analysis of terrestrial technologies 13 Using shock impacts on the ground surface Effectiveness - about 30% There are restrictions on the type of terrain, Long duration of work and data processing, Unfavorable to the environment and humans.
  13. 13. Response signal ℓ2 ℓ1 1st horizon 2nd horizon Modulation signal α h1 h2 Measuring ribbonTest In measuring point the modulated laser beam is directed towards deposit under α angle. Modulated signal spreads under ground from test wafer. Оperator moves along the measuring ribbon with receiver. Response signal is registered at distance from ℓ1 tо ℓ2. Occurrence depths of a horizon are calculated with the help of the following formulae h1 = ℓ1 . tg α, h2 = ℓ2 . tg α. Horizon thickness ∆h = h2 - h1 = (ℓ2 - ℓ1) . tg α, By placing test wafers with recording of own frequencies or natural gas at different pressure, we are able to determine presence of gas cap and gas pressure in it. 14 Diagram of Measurement of Deposit Parameters
  14. 14. Work on location is completely harmless to humans and the environment Deep probing of a deposit is carried out pointwise using a narrow-beam spectrally modulated signal that resonates in the sought-for substance Deep probing of a deposit is carried out pointwise using a narrow-beam spectrally modulated signal that resonates in the sought-for substance Transmitting part of the complex of mobile equipment Work on location is completely harmless to humans and the environment Peculiarities of work on site 15
  15. 15. Comparative Efficiency for large territoriesComparative Efficiency for large territories Comparative Characteristics with 3D Seismography 16 Methods Executable works Results (for an area ~1000 sq. km) Effectiveness Duration Average number of mining holes Traditional methods Space survey Geological survey Geophysical survey Searching boring 30- 40 % 3 – 5 years 6 (From data of Russian State Institute of Oil and Gas) Innovation technology Radiation-chemical treatment of spaces pictures Nuclear-magnetic resonance sounding of a deposit on-site  80%  90 % 1- 2 months 1- 2 months 1 # Parameters 3D-Seismography "IT" 1 Topographical binding + (anomalies) + 2 Construction of 3D models of objects + (anomalies) + 3 Search of unstructured traps of oil and gas --- + 4 Detection of gas "caps" in oil horizons --- + 5 Definition of gas pressure in gas "caps" --- + 6 Definition of presence of oil mobility --- + 7 Detection of water horizons over oil and gas deposits --- +
  16. 16. The innovative technology is PatentedThe innovative technology is Patented Ukraine PATENT Name of useful model: METHOD OF SEARCH FOR MINERAL DEPOSITS Serial number: u 35122 Date : 26.08.2008 Formula of useful model: 1. Method of search for mineral deposits, which includes processing of an space photograph, which differs due to the fact that a black-and-white negative is used as an space photograph which was obtained in an infrared range of frequencies, and processing of an space photograph is conducted after a package was preliminary formed which consists of a negative of space photograph, test wafer and X-ray film, the formed package is treated with γ-rays, X-ray film is separated, the latter being chemically processed and placed in an alternating electric field of high pressure of a camera of gas-discharge visualisation and visualise an obtained image on a PC screen. 1. Patent № 55916 “The process for the search for natural resources”, 2010; Patent № 86496 «Search method mineral deposits using analog pictures Earth's surface», 2013; Patent № 86497 «A method of searching of oil deposits», 2013; Patent № 86169 «A method of searching of natural gas deposits», 2013. 2.The positive decision to the International application РСТ/UA2011/000033 "The system of remote exploration of mineral resources" 2011; РСТ/UA2013/000036 "System for remote exploration of mineral deposits " 2013. 17
  17. 17. Testing of the TechnologyTesting of the Technology Testing and practical demonstration of innovative technology was conducted in 2009 on territory of state of Utah. Тotal area is 3600sq. km. Directly on locality were inspected 5 beforehand unknown for us underground objects, being drillholes and oil-extracting settings. As a result of inspection the following control indexes were defined by us: presence of deposits of oil and gas, amount of horizons in them, depths of bedding of horizons and their thickness. Information obtained by us during the survey was fixed and presented to the members of commission and officially confronted with information of Arbiter. Тhe results: Effectiveness = 100%, Accuracy of depth ≥ 98% Technology is tested in the USA
  18. 18. Project for Gas in UkraineProject for Gas in Ukraine A number of large accidents took place at mine that were the worst ones on mines in Ukraine In 2010 we conducted work on remote detection of methane sources under mine longwalls. Drilling results in the point shown by us confirmed presence of assumed sources of natural gas and showed high match of our data and gas horizons detected by drilling (number of horizons, occurrence depths, horizon thickness, gas pressure in horizons). A number of large accidents took place at mine that were the worst ones on mines in Ukraine In 2010 we conducted work on remote detection of methane sources under mine longwalls. Drilling results in the point shown by us confirmed presence of assumed sources of natural gas and showed high match of our data and gas horizons detected by drilling (number of horizons, occurrence depths, horizon thickness, gas pressure in horizons). *Gas flow rate of 0.26 cubic meters per day **The drilling fluid disappeared from cavity Number of horizon Depth, m our data / drilling Gas pressure, kg / sq cm. our data / drilling 1 544 – 583 / 535 - 595 10 – 20 / 16 2 973 – 1043 / 906 - 1020 15 – 20 / 92* 3 1272 – 1317 / 1266 - 1324 18 – 20 / ** 4 1753 – 1857 / 1794 - 1808 150 – 160 / 164
  19. 19. Examples of work performedExamples of work performed We examined 2 sections onshore and 3 sections offshore with a total area of Brantas block - 3050 km2, a total of 30 wells. Previously, these areas have been studied by traditional methods ofgeological survey and drilling. Using remote technology of nuclear magnetic resonance in these areas we have been established 31 border hydrocarbon anomalies including 8 oil and 6 gas prospective anomalies. The boundaries of identified prospective oil and gas anomalies virtually fully coincided with the boundaries of the previously uncovered drilling anomalies or with promising geological structures including offshore ones. Project for Oil in Indonesia
  20. 20. The figure shows land contours of 25 detected deposits of shale gas, drilling points in the largest sites, migration routes of gas in cracks and contours of two detected oil deposits. Data obtained on number of horizons (6), thickness and their occurrence depths as well as gas pressure in horizons (30 - 50 atm.): Project for Shale Gas in Texas, USAProject for Shale Gas in Texas, USA Territory
  21. 21. 22 Technical Know - How
  22. 22. Diagram of reception of resonance signal from deposit OilOil Reprinter Reprinter Test wafer Oil 3. Superdirective Antenna 1. Spectral Modulator 2. Generator Receiver 4 Receiver 4 Вe + М║ For resonance actuation of oil molecules in a deposit and registration of response signal we use a transmitter containing: - spectral modulator 1, - master generator 2, - superdirective antenna 3, as well as - superregenerative receiver 4 Characteristics of various oil types are recorded from samples onto test wafers. Тest wafers as spectrum carriers are used for modulation of semiconductive laser (positive decision on international application РСТ/UA2011/000033) (laser aiming device) 23 As integrated with antenna high frequency generator we use red gallium-arsenide laser: Рrad = 0,2 W, beam diameter = 1,1mm, GA = 13.106 relative to point-light isotrope emitter Implementation
  23. 23. two compounds: longitudinal Мll that matches with vector direction Вe, and transverse М ╧, perpendicular to Вe. 3. Principle of superposition of magnetic fields: magnetic field that is created by several moving charges or currents is equal to vector sum of magnetic fields that are created by each charge or current separately. According to Gauss’s law for magnetic field div B = 0 we receive superposition of fields Вe and М║, i.e. the magnetic field of the Earth ‘ extract’s resonance response of molecules to the surface. Reception of Response Signal on the Surface of the EarthReception of Response Signal on the Surface of the Earth 1. We will use natural magnetic field of the Earth as a source of constant magnetic field with intensity Вe = 0,34-0,66 E N Вe М М╧ М║ S As to shape the main magnetic field of the Earth up to distance of less than three radii close to field of the equivalent magnetic dipole 2. Vector of nuclear magnetization М in relation to Вe can be decomposed into
  24. 24. 25 Radiation-chemical treatment of analogue aerospace photographs
  25. 25. satellite 26 The General Idea-Technical Know-How Basic idea of works lens 30 кГц 200 ТГц 400 ТГц 800 ТГц 30 000 ТГц Рhotographic filmРhotographic film Radio waves Ultraviolet radiation Optical Range (visible light) Infrared range (natural frequencies of the molecules) Оptical Filters Оptical Filters Magnetic nuclear resonance Magnetic nuclear resonance VisualizationVisualization Radio waves Infrared range (natural frequencies of the molecules) Optical Range (visible light) Ultraviolet radiation
  26. 26. 27 The General Idea-Technical Know-How How it is Done α + γ radiation Space picture Test plate Х-ray photography tape Мар of locality Radiation-chemical treatment of analogue aerospace photographs Visualization of latent image with Kirlian effect RReessuullttss
  27. 27. TechnologyTechnology Оbtaining of space photographs Оbtaining of space photographs Recording of electromagnetic spectrum of the mineral on test wafers Recording of electromagnetic spectrum of the mineral on test wafers Оbtaining of mineral samples Оbtaining of mineral samples Radiation-chemical treatment of analogue aerospace photographs of the inspected territory Radiation-chemical treatment of analogue aerospace photographs of the inspected territory Drawing up of report Visualization of object contours Visualization of object contours Laboratory manufacture of test gel-wafers Laboratory manufacture of test gel-wafers Kirlian-camera, Digital Camera, РС Kirlian-camera, Digital Camera, РС Geographic connection of the image’s points and the area Geographic connection of the image’s points and the area Object’s fixation аnd the analytical processing of data Object’s fixation аnd the analytical processing of data Preparatory works Preparatory works Object identification Object identification Photo- grammetric calibration Photo- grammetric calibration Visualization of object contours Visualization of object contours Object’s fixation Object’s fixation Тechnological scheme The general scheme
  28. 28. 29 Operating sequence Drilling location № list of works of remote detection and investigation of deposits 1 Preparatory works Order and obtaining of aerospace photographs of the investigated territory. Order and obtaining of ultra-pure chemical reagents. Laboratory manufacture of test gel-wafers. Recording of electromagnetic spectrum of the sought-for substance on test wafers. 2 Object identification Radiative processing of aerospace photographs on research nuclear reactor with test wafers of the sought-for substance and sensitive X-ray film. Chemical processing of negatives that have undergone radiative and energoinformational impact in the nuclear reactor. 3 Contour object deciphering Visualization of object contours and also incoming and outgoing torrents with the help of Kirlian- camera. Obtaining of computer image with the help of digital camera connected to Kirlian-camera. 4 Photogrammetric calibration of computer image of the object (geographic connection of the image’s points and the area). 5 Object’s fixation – definition of its size, form and location on the area according to the photograph. 6 Analytical data processing obtainment of coordinates of beds and calculation of supplies 7 Preparation of report and providing the Customer with it
  29. 29. 30 The procedure for measuring the depth of occurrence of deposits using analog satellite images Drilling location 1. Use space images the investigated area obtained at different elevation angles α and β from the satellites 1 and 2. 2. Obtain ground mapping point 3 in two different positions, "1" for the first satellite and "2" for the second. 3. We calculate coordinates of points 1 and 2, calculated by different images. 4. Determine the amount of displacement "and" between them on the ground. 5. In the triangle 1-2-3 side a and the adjacent interior angles α and β are known. Such a triangle is called a solution. 6. After the evaluation is determined by the depth of the deposit h. 1. Use space images the investigated area obtained at different elevation angles α and β from the satellites 1 and 2. 2. Obtain ground mapping point 3 in two different positions, "1" for the first satellite and "2" for the second. 3. We calculate coordinates of points 1 and 2, calculated by different images. 4. Determine the amount of displacement "and" between them on the ground. 5. In the triangle 1-2-3 side a and the adjacent interior angles α and β are known. Such a triangle is called a solution. 6. After the evaluation is determined by the depth of the deposit h. h α β а 1 2 1 2 3DepositDeposit
  30. 30. We believe that application of the Technology will have a significant economic impact which can be achieved within very short time! Thank you for your attention Landline +591-33257175 Mobile +591-716-96657 (WhatsApp) VoIP: + 1-786-352-8843 Skype mlf10357 Home Bolivia: +591-3-3330971 Michel.friedman@fands-llc.biz

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