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Heologic owns a unique approach for data acquisition, processing and integration

of indirect and direct geochemical methods


We believe that the combination of surface and subsurface exploration methods leads to better prospect evaluation and risk assessment.

Geochemical methods used by our company in exploring for petroleum, helium, geothermal and natural hydrogen are based on the premise that gases generated and trapped at depth leak in varying but detectable quantities to the surface and produce anomalous patterns near the surface.

In our practise, we use different exploration techniques to acquire and process field data obtained through direct and indirect geochemical surveys of trace gases. Whenever possible, we use more than one geochemical survey method, for example, we combine a direct method with an indirect methodThe most important part of our work is the integration of geochemical data into available geological and geophysical data.

Despite the abundance of geochemical methods, due to Helium gas mobility, chemical inertness, and abiogenic nature, most of our orders come for helium surveys. Helium forms a very good geochemical marker and serves as clues to the location of undiscovered oil and gas, helium, geothermal, and natural hydrogen accumulations.

Deep knowledge in Helium data acquisition, processing, and interpretation gave us the opportunity to develop a technique for identifying natural hydrogen traps by recording Helium and Hydrogen anomalies in subsoils.


  • Helium

  • Methane (C1)

  • Ethane (C2)

  • Propane (C3)

  • Butane (C4)

  • Pentane (C5)

  • Hydrogen

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