PROJECTS

Tectonor runs projects of various size and duration. The projects are mainly single-client studies or multi-client studies, both involving research activities. Single client studies are tailored to the need of the client, and could be related to licensing rounds or be a part of strategic research for specific basins or regional areas.

Our multi-client projects are joint industry projects where several oil companies participate. These projects normally have a strong research focus, and tend to have a regional scale. Typical project duration is 2-3 years.

Tectonor has run projects regarding petroleum systems in the North Sea, the Norwegian Sea and the Barents Sea, as well as sedimentary basins outside the Norwegian Continental Shelf.

Please contact us if your company could be interested in our studies, either individual studies or multi-client projects

SINGLE CLIENT STUDIES

One of our main activities is running single client studies tailored to the needs and wishes of our clients. The study areas can be on local or regional scale.

MULTI-CLIENT PROPOSAL 1

New! 'Quaternary Uplift and Erosion of the North Sea' - on the effects of glaciations, erosion and isostatic uplift on petroleum systems in the North Sea.

MULTI-CLIENT PROPOSAL 2

New! 'Quaternary Uplift and Erosion of the Norwegian Sea' - on the effects of glaciations, erosion and isostatic uplift on petroleum systems in the Norwegian Sea.

NEOGENE II (2013-2015)

In the project 'Neogene Uplift of the Barents Sea - phase II' we continue the work on effect of glaciations and erosion on petroleum systems in the Barents Sea

NEOGENE I (2010-2012)

The project 'Neogene Uplift of the Barents Sea' focuses on the effects of glaciations, erosion and isostatic uplift on petroleum systems in the Barents Sea.

VØMAG (2011-2013)

In the VøMag project we studied the effects of sill emplacement on petroleum systems in the Vøring Margin, and the reservoir potential of sills.

SEAMOD (2011-2013)

The SEAMOD project studied the past, present and future sea level changes in Norway - and the effect on offshore infrastructure.