In the Fall of 2014, Texoma Exploration Group acquired industry leading 32 bit A/D wireless ISeis Sigma units to serve as our foundational backbone for current 2D & 3D acquisition operations. The flexibility of Sigma along with high production shooting via our XLR8 Accelerated Weight Drop mounted on an IHI-45 track unit, allows for an economically driven solution for the independent oil and gas producers. The IHI-45 track unit allows TEG to hammer hard to reach source points without unnecessary clear-cutting of land, keeping surface damages low. To further increase field production and lower overall acquistion costs, TEG invested in 10 Hz GS-One vertical geophones, which provide near equal sensitivities to 6x1 groupings.
For deeper surveys, Texoma Exploration utilizes a LSR-315 vibroseis mounted on a 6x6 International Paystar. The unit has a peak force of approximately 47,000 lbs and can employ sweeps ranging from 5hz to 120hz. A combination of the accelerated weight drop and vibroseis can be used on the same survey to locate deeper targets while maintaining a low environmental impact.
Unlike typical acquisition companies, Texoma Exploration Group employs several engineers and geophysicists that have the capability to process the acquired seismic reflection data. TEG currently uses a seismic reflection processing package from Globe Claritas, which can handle both marine and land in 2D or 3D collection modes. In-house data processing allows TEG to provide seismic services at extremely competitive rates. Equally important, it provides a invaluable feed back loop for field acquisition and processing quality control.