Subsurface resource locator Getech has launched a new exploration project in Eastern Europe for an unnamed ‘prominent’ European energy company to investigate the region’s potential for natural (or white) hydrogen.
With hydrogen seen as a potential game-changer in the energy transition, the project harnesses Getech’s subsurface data and geoscience experience to exploit the magnetic characteristics of igneous rock formations called ophiolites, which are considered prime sources of natural hydrogen.
The company uses this data to identify potential hydrogen sources before applying 3D inversion modelling techniques to distinguish the magnetic properties of ophiolites from other sources of magnetic anomalies.
“The collaboration with a respected European energy company signifies a vital step into the realm of natural hydrogen exploration,” said Richard Bennett, CEO at Getech. “Our expertise in geoscience and AI analytics, especially in gravity and magnetic data analysis, is critical in pinpointing hydrogen-rich formations.”
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