Beholder

AI for sustainable oil & gas exploration

Get more

with AI

Precise satellite imagery is the most efficient method of oil exploration available to the petroleum industry today.
With AI processing and analyzing it becomes even more promising.

GET MORE DATA
COVERAGE IN LESS TIME

Decrease
exploration risk

Decrease
project cost

GET LIMITLESS
SCALABILITY

Explore oil & gas
deposits with no harm
to the environment

No deforestiation
required

Less risk of spontaneous
aquifers pollution

75% success rate on
exploration & predictions

In comparison with classic methods — 25%

Deep Learning

becomes more accurate with time

Availability

globally, regardless of site access

Precise

0,8 to 10 m spatial resolution

Extremely
cost-effective

open data + AI at 5,5 USD/hectare

Large
area cover

satellite scale

Products

HC Micro and
Macro Seepage

70% of global Oil & Gas Deposits show leakage of light hydrocarbons through deposit cover and can be detected

Radar
site mapping

Radar images allow to see old river beds and oil wells and unveil some insights unseen by other tools

Site
mapping

Multispectral images allow detecting almost any changes on a surface through time which is a source of valuable insights

Soil moisture
mapping

High-resolution soil water monitoring
in both mining and environmental predictions

Environment
Mapping & predictions

Allows to see the environmental impact of operations in near real-time to take actions in time

Pilot

We studied and tested Beholder predictive algorithm within multiple locations of known Oil and Gas deposits.

In the course of the pilots, we determined the performance of our
hydrocarbon prospecting method.

The Vernal Oil Ridge and Warior are well explored with classical methods. We used Beholder technology to predict the presence of hydrocarbons and compare it with existing sources.
As a result, we were convinced that the technology works and allows us to discover previously unnoticed deposits.

Vernal Oil ridge / 1000 sqm

UT

Warrior oil field (North)

AL

Have Questions?

We can study any additional options
of remote sensing for you – so just ask.